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Ohio troopers head into Texas political maelstrom

BY: - July 16, 2021

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and six other Republican governors are sending state troopers to the border at the request of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, also a Republican, amid a chaotic political situation.

Coronavirus cases in Ohio, neighboring states might be inching back up

BY: - March 30, 2021

After a disastrous January, coronavirus cases in Ohio steadily marched downward. Then in recent weeks, they hit a plateau. Now, even as greater numbers of Ohioans get vaccinated, case numbers might be inching back up. Ohio might be part of a disturbing national trend. The Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center published a set of […]

Ohio dramatically expands vaccine eligibility while other numbers go up

BY: - March 16, 2021

Ohio dramatically expands vaccine eligibility while other numbers go up

The legislature was stormed in England three centuries ago. Parliament marks it to this day

BY: - March 4, 2021

On Tuesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray was peppered by senators’ questions about Trump supporters’ Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol as Congress worked to formalize President Donald Trump’s defeat at the ballot box. Among the questions: Were white-supremacist groups among the attackers? Did security officials ignore warnings? Was there any evidence that some of the […]

Ohio’s vaccine rollout continues to hit speed bumps

BY: - January 20, 2021

Ohio's vaccine rollout continues to hit speed bumps

DeWine starts working with incoming Biden administration on coronavirus

BY: - January 15, 2021

As officials scramble to work out kinks in getting the covid vaccine into Ohioans’ arms, Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday said he’s started talks with members of the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden. DeWine, a Republican, stressed that he’s had a good working relationship with the administration of outgoing President Donald Trump — and […]

Our history of insurrection

BY: - January 14, 2021

How big a deal were last week’s events in Washington, D.C.?  We’re only beginning to get an idea of what happened, who participated and who might have organized the attack. So it seems like it’s going to be awhile before we can fix its place in history. However, the violent raid on the U.S. Capitol […]

Where’s the beef? Portman won’t provide evidence of voter fraud

BY: - January 12, 2021

Ohio Sen. Rob Portman is continuing to raise doubts about the integrity of American elections — even after President Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election fueled a deadly insurrection at the Capitol while Congress was trying to certify that Joe Biden had beaten Trump. And while he continues to say we need to “restore […]

Trump awarding U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan the Presidential Medal of Freedom

BY: - January 11, 2021

Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan is being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Trump administration has announced. A statement from the White House press office states that Trump is awarding the country’s highest civilian honor to Jordan on Monday. Jordan, a Republican from Urbana, has served in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2007. He […]

DeWine condemns Trump’s riot incitement, praises his judges

BY: - January 8, 2021

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine condemned the riot Donald Trump incited at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. Yet he refused to withdraw his support from the president, for whom DeWine served as Ohio co-chair. Nor would DeWine say whether he thought Trump should run for another term in 2024.

5 Ohio congressmen object to Electoral College count in effort to overturn result

BY: - January 7, 2021

Five Republican members of Congress from Ohio voted Wednesday evening to reject an Electoral College certification, an action taken hours after a right-wing mob stormed the U.S. Capitol building in a violent show of support for overturning the presidential election results. Those objecting were U.S. Reps. Jim Jordan of Urbana, Bill Johnson of Marietta, Bob […]

Ohio officials not tracking rate of vaccine refusals

BY: - December 31, 2020

Ohio health officials on Thursday said there's no organized effort to track refusals among people they consider so critical that they've been given first crack at the scarce vaccines.