Home Civil Rights Women's Rights

Women's Rights

Reproductive rights battles will continue after small election changes to judiciary,...

While anti-abortion groups claim victory in Ohio with little change to the majority conservative Ohio legislature, abortion-rights groups are ready for continued fights in...

Sure 2016 was a big surprise, but 2020 has some stunners...

Driving home to Austin from San Antonio in the wee morning hours of Nov. 9, 2016, I was still unable to wrap my head around the fact that Donald Trump had just been elected president.

Coronavirus explodes, DeWine praises Trump’s handling of the pandemic

A vicious, widespread spike in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continued in Ohio Friday. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump entered the final days of a reelection campaign that a New York Times headline said "clashes with science, and voters’ lives" on the deadly disease.

Portman, fan of a big tax cut for the rich, won’t...

Portman, fan of a big tax cut for the rich, won't say whether he supports $2T in coronavirus relief

Supreme Court confirmation hearings to plow ahead amid COVID-19 infections

Federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett will face the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee beginning Monday for what’s expected to be an unusual and contentious four...

DeWine: Judges, economy justify supporting Trump

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has resolutely refused to condemn President Donald Trump's controversial words and actions — including some that have undermined DeWine's own efforts to get people to protect themselves and others against coronavirus.

Most Ohio legislators are men. Will that change in 2021?

Men dominate the Ohio Statehouse, as they do in nearly every other state legislature in the United States. Almost three-fourths (73%) of the combined members...

DeWine’s tough spot shows in Thursday presser

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday provided a glimpse of how difficult it is to be a traditional Republican office holder in the era of Trump.

Food bank official urges people to lean on Congress for more...

Thursday was national Hunger Action Day and Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director of the Ohio Association of food banks said the facilities continue to see record demand.

New tort law first step in getting justice for sexual assault...

There is no amount of money that can keep Jessica Simpkins from replaying the images of her rape at the hands of a church...
Adjust Font Size