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HIV positive inmate to Ohio Supreme Court: people will die here...

Derek Lichtenwalter is serving 30 months for leading police on a lengthy chase, but he says the pandemic has turned 2.5 years into a...

State, abortion clinic lawyers now clashing over health order specifics

State leaders declined to comment Tuesday on orders the Ohio Attorney General’s Office made to halt surgical abortions as part of a coronavirus-related health...

Democrats challenge LaRose’s election postponement in state Supreme Court

The Ohio Democratic Party filed a lawsuit in the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday challenging Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s order — issued hours...

Amid COVID-19 pandemic and economic cratering, evictions continue in Ohio

On Sunday, after the publication of this story, the Franklin County Municipal Court suspended most hearings, including eviction proceedings, for three weeks. You wouldn’t know...

With voter expansion referendum in pieces, ACLU asks Supreme Court to...

A political group asked the Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday to reverse the state Ballot Board’s decision to dissect its referendum into four separate...

Push for death penalty elimination continues with upcoming legislation

Current and former legislators, religious leaders and advocacy groups came together Wednesday to announce an upcoming bill to eliminate the death penalty in Ohio. State...

Ohio Senate passes telemedicine abortion ban

A bill to ban the use of telemedicine for abortion-related services has passed the Ohio Senate, moving on to House consideration. Senate Bill 260 specifically...

State asks for Ohio Supreme Court dismissal in EdChoice lawsuit

The state of Ohio is asking the state Supreme Court to dismiss a lawsuit demanding EdChoice vouchers be distributed as planned before the Ohio...

Total abortion ban introduced in House, in case Roe v. Wade...

A new abortion ban is being introduced in the Ohio House, this time aiming at total prohibition of abortions statewide. Dubbed the “Human Life Protection...

Supreme court reviews challenge to drinking-and-guns ban: ‘How’s he… protecting anybody?’

A drunk person, in the sanctity of his home, has every right to lawfully use a firearm, Stephen Palmer argued before the Ohio Supreme...
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