At a symposium on opiate addiction last month, Ohio Governor John Kasich praised himself for taking Obamacare money to put able-bodied childless adults on Medicaid.
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees announced last week that it will no longer support United Negro College Fund (UNCF) because the Koch brothers have donated to UNCF.
Enrollment in Medicaid under Ohio Governor John Kasich’s Obamacare expansion has rocketed to 285,553 in just six months, according to a new Ohio Department of Medicaid release.
Ohio teachers’ mandatory Ohio Education Association dues helped publicize an insane Alternet post this week titled, “Is SCOTUS’s Harris v. Quinn Ruling on a New Version of the Infamous Dred Scott Decision?”
“Obviously, you have bought into the misinformation campaign being waged by opponents of the Common Core,” Ohio Rep. Gerald Stebelton (R-Lancaster) sneered in a letter to Washington County GOP Chair Leslie Haas.
Targeted benefits from state “job-creation” agencies like JobsOhio misallocate resources and lead to cronyism, according to a Mercatus Center working paper released in May.
Ohio Democrat Ed FitzGerald’s campaign for governor demonstrates his party’s increasing reliance on a few narrow “progressive” themes: FitzGerald is running on a pro-abortion, pro-union, anti-Koch brothers platform.
Lucas County Republican Party members await the Ohio GOP Central Committee’s decision on whether Jon Stainbrook or David Kissinger will be recognized as the local party chairman.
Today’s U.S. Supreme Court Harris v. Quinn ruling leaves millions of teachers and other government workers forced to pay union “fair share” fees as a condition of employment.
Ohio union bosses have scheduled a special Columbus screening of Citizen Koch, a far-left revisionist history of Big Labor’s failed attempt to unseat Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in 2012.