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Amid bloody Spring, House Dems renew gun laws push  

BY: - April 20, 2021

Ohio House Democrats renewed efforts Monday to pass what they described as common-sense gun laws, characterizing Republicans as in the pocket of the gun lobby and deaf to public hunger for solutions. In a press conference, they talked up several proposals to curb gun violence amid a bloody start to 2021. At least 218 Ohioans […]

Ohio Supreme Court: Dayton shooter’s school records not part of public record

BY: - November 6, 2020

The school district where the Dayton shooter went to school is not required to release school records to a media source, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled on Thursday. After national news network CNN and other media outlets brought the case before the state’s highest court, a six-judge majority ruled that the Ohio Student Privacy Act […]

Improving Medicaid, stopping gun violence, and addressing housing discrimination

BY: - February 6, 2020

Each day in our newsletter, we are highlighting stories and commentary from other media big and small throughout Ohio and the nation. If you’d like to get this feature directly to your inbox, please sign up for our newsletter here.  Catching Our Eye: History Thursday The creative characterizations of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson given by […]

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How gerrymandering brings about extreme Ohio laws that don’t reflect majority opinion

BY: - December 9, 2019

Recent gun and abortion bills the latest examples For decades, Ohio has been the quintessential battleground state. But in the last 10 years, Ohio has steadily taken a turn to the right — but not because its voters have suddenly become more conservative. Sure, Republicans enjoy supermajority control of both state legislative chambers and hold […]