Campaign finance reports filed on January 31 serve as a reminder that Big Labor holds the purse strings of the Ohio Democratic Party (ODP).
Ohio secretary of state candidate Nina Turner’s top individual donor for the just-ended campaign finance period was Corky Stoller, a California musician who serves on the boards of Planned Parenthood and NARAL.
“I have a right to shape what conservative philosophy means,” Ohio Governor John Kasich said yesterday when asked how he plans to explain recent forays into big-government Republicanism to conservative voters.
Free market think tank Opportunity Ohio (O2) released two reports this week showing Ohio’s slowing job growth and plummeting workforce, countering claims from Governor John Kasich that Ohio is experiencing a miraculous recovery.
Union membership rates increased in 11 of 24 workplace freedom states in 2013, undermining Big Labor’s insistence that workplace freedom is “union-busting.”
Cleveland Plain Dealer parent Northeast Ohio Media Group (NEOMG) announced in a January 24 story that the Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com are ending their partnership with farcical “fact-checking” outlet PolitiFact.com.
Governor John Kasich keeps misrepresenting what the Obamacare Medicaid expansion is and how it works, because Ohio’s press doesn’t know — or care — to report that Kasich is not telling the truth.
Opposition to making Missouri the 25th workplace freedom state is driven by union bosses, who currently have the power to take mandatory dues from Missourians in unionized workplaces.
Ohio’s most powerful labor union complained in the December issue of its dues-funded magazine that the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has a “stranglehold” on the state legislature.
Democrat gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald announced on January 17 that Sharen Neuhardt, a Greene County attorney and former Planned Parenthood of the Greater Miami Valley board member, will be his running mate.