Politics & Gov

Control over the Ohio Supreme Court is on the ballot in...

There will not be any drama on primary election night for the two Ohio Supreme Court seats. The General Election in November 2020, though, should...

Bill to put photo IDs on food stamp cards returned to...

The Ohio Senate will reconsider a bill regarding photo identification on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program after sending it back to committee Tuesday in...

Trump becomes 3rd president impeached by U.S. House

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House voted to impeach President Donald Trump Wednesday night, making him the third president to be impeached in U.S. history.  Trump...

‘Voltage Valley’ senators want Ohio tax incentives for electric vehicle purchases

With investments being made into the electric vehicle industry in Northeast Ohio, two area legislators want the state to enact tax incentives for people...

Sen. Portman: ‘Inappropriate is different from removal from office’

WASHINGTON — Ohio Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman has indicated that he’s likely to vote against removing President Donald Trump from office after a...

Senators reverse course on criminal reform bill amendment

ACLU of Ohio pledges support once again on SB 3  Members of the Judiciary Committee unanimously decided to strip an amendment from Senate Bill 3...

New Ohio law mandates harsher penalties for promoting prostitution

Gov. Mike DeWine has signed into law stricter penalties in Ohio for those convicted of promoting prostitution. Senate Bill 5, sponsored by Sens. Stephanie Kunze,...

A ban on bans: Ohio House approves bill to stop local...

At the heart of it, Ohio House Bill 242 served as a political Rorschach test. The bill, which the House approved on Wednesday, bans Ohio...

Bill to increase hospital billing transparency presented to Ohio House committee

A bill seeking to create more transparency in hospital billing was recently brought to an Ohio House Committee for review. State Sen. Steve Huffman, R-Tipp...

Bill looks to give employers ‘affirmative defense’ in sex harassment cases

A bill that would provide an “affirmative defense” for employers in sexual harassment cases is continuing through the Ohio Legislature. House Bill 352, also called...
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