Senate Bill 288

LIST: Notable lame-duck Ohio bills that have now passed ahead of the holiday recess

BY: and - December 16, 2022

The following article was originally published on and is published in the Ohio Capital Journal under a content-sharing agreement. Unlike other OCJ articles, it is not available for free republication by other news outlets as it is owned by WEWS in Cleveland. While several high-profile bills that would have altered the State Board of Education’s role […]

Woman disqualified in cross country for wearing hijab asks for religious expression legislation

BY: - June 12, 2020

Noor Abukaram was 16 when she became fearful of the consequences of her hijab at her cross country meets. After running a personal best in a hijab designed by Nike meant to be used during sports, Sylvania resident Abukaram found out she had been disqualified because of what was considered a uniform violation.  Her mother […]