Civil Rights

Study on unproven ‘abortion reversal’ drug halted due to risk to...

A study on an unproven “abortion reversal” treatment that relates to a senate bill currently sitting in the Ohio Legislature has ended because of...

U.S. House passes legislation to crack down on voter suppression

The U.S. House passed legislation on Friday that would give the federal government broader authority to police voting rights violations across the country.  The bill,...

Bipartisan state senators working to protect domestic violence survivors from gun...

Just before Thanksgiving this year, Logan resident Natalie Nutter filed for divorce from her husband, Kevin. Weeks prior, Kevin Nutter, also of Logan, pleaded guilty...

Dayton shooting, universal background checks brought up in gun reform bill...

Supporters of gun reform measures proposed by Gov. Mike DeWine said the legislation would be an important first step in curbing gun violence, but...

Supporters of ‘Duty to Retreat Act’ testify before Senate committee

A committee of state senators took another look Tuesday at a proposed change to the self-defense law that would eliminate the legal requirement for...

U.S. Supreme Court may sidestep a big Second Amendment fight

WASHINGTON — A high-profile gun rights case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday might be dismissed with little fanfare.  The justices heard an...

Ohio Dems want to increase turnout by making Election Day a...

A pair of Democratic state legislators are seeking to improve voter access and turnout by making Election Day a state holiday in Ohio. Their proposal...

Push is on to pass a paid family leave bill; advocates...

Debates are frequent surrounding the legitimacy of baby boomer life advice and the struggle of the millennial, but public policy analysts say there’s another...
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