Politics & Gov

Ohio Supreme Court: City of Toledo can’t hold hearings on red-light...

The city of Toledo lacks jurisdiction to hold hearings on violations cited via red-light camera, according to a ruling by the Ohio Supreme Court...

As outbreak booms, younger Ohioans comprise most COVID-19 cases

More than half of the Ohioans who contracted COVID-19 in June are less than 40 years-old, a sign that new cases are skewing younger...

Supporters share personal stories on racism as a public health crisis

Sarina Herman’s mom was dying. It wasn’t just from the cancer she had, but from the chemo being used to treat it, and the language...

Governor, lawmakers urge U.S. Space Command to consider Ohio for its...

Ohio lawmakers are shooting for the stars.  The state Senate passed a resolution Wednesday urging the U.S. Space Command to ground its new headquarters in...

The Confederate flag is an insult to Ohio’s heritage

One of the most tired, loathsome bromides made in favor of flying the battle flag of slavers and traitors is the exaltation of heritage,...

Democrats block GOP’S ‘weak’ police reform bill

WASHINGTON — Senate Democrats blocked a GOP police reform bill Wednesday because they said it fails to adequately respond to police brutality against people...

Poll: Gov. DeWine has higher approval rating among Democrats than GOP

More than 2 million Ohioans voted against Republican Mike DeWine as governor in the 2018 election. How things change. Eighteen months later, DeWine now finds...

LaRose says Trump and Biden ‘need to stop’ questioning election integrity

Ohio’s top elections official has condemned both presidential candidates' comments about the integrity of the 2020 election, saying they need to stop questioning "the...

After U.S. Supreme Court decision, Ohio Fairness Act still awaiting hearings

A piece of Ohio House legislation on sexual orientation discrimination is sitting idle in a committee, even after the nation’s highest court said LGBTQ+...

State hasn’t acted, but Medicaid care companies move to pay pharmacists...

The Ohio Department of Medicaid has been slow to implement a law that would enable pharmacists to be paid to consult with patients and...
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