Budget & Taxes

Antitrust concerns are increasing on Capitol Hill. Advocates say they should...

Antitrust concerns are increasing on Capitol Hill. Advocates say they should extend to drug pricing.

Mailbag: The lowdown on winning the Ohio Vax-A-Million lottery

You have a 1-in-2.8 million chance of winning the Vax-A-Million, but at least a 1-in-3 chance of enjoying the Ohio Capital Journal Mailbag column....

Eleven generic versions of an HIV drug rush onto the market…...

The health care system is supposed to incentivize the development of wonder drugs and then apply market forces to squeeze prices to a minimum....

K-12 funding boost headed to districts, ACT/SAT opt-out bill headed to...

The Ohio legislature approved COVID-19 pandemic-related measures to bring more federal monies to K-12 schools, and the House will review another bill to reduce...

DeWine speaks out against legislative attempt to block Vax-A-Million: ‘I respectfully...

A proposal to halt Ohio’s Vax-A-Million program has not yet been formally introduced, but Gov. Mike DeWine said Monday he hopes it will make...

Housing advocate: Worker crunch due to a lot more than federal...

Federal unemployment supplements are not the sole reason Ohio employers are having a hard time finding workers, an Ohio housing advocate said Monday. Gov. Mike...

With new legislation supporting mental health housing, property tax case gets...

The Ohio Supreme Court vacated the decision of a state tax board that said tax exemptions shouldn’t apply to a permanent supportive housing facility...

Consumer protection? New DeWine regulatory chief says most overcharges can’t be...

Consumer protection? New DeWine regulatory chief says most overcharges can't be refunded.

Biden praises Tlaib, previews Ford F-150 Lightning and touts jobs plan...

By Andrew Roth, Michigan Advance President Joe Biden praised U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit) for her passion relating to Palestine during a stop in Dearborn...

Turning the page: After 15 months Ohio starts to move on...

Turning the page: After 15 months Ohio starts to move on from pandemic
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