Ohio Rep. John Adams (R-Sidney) announced at a June 4 Ohioans Against Common Core rally that he is circulating a discharge petition to force a floor vote on Common Core repeal legislation.
What was a silly Ohio Democratic Party (ODP) campaign jab on May 30 was Cleveland Plain Dealer news by June 2, because Ohio’s legacy press is embarrassingly fixated on horse-race politics.
U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) will address a Tuesday, June 3 Ohio Statehouse stop on her national “When Women Succeed, America Succeeds” bus tour.
Ohioans Against Common Core has announced details of an Ohio Statehouse rally planned for this Wednesday, June 4.
Labor unions are complementing their endorsements of and contributions to Ohio Democrats with outside spending through 501(c)(4) front group “Moving Ohio Forward.”
Thomas Suddes has raged against a Republican proposal to freeze state renewable energy mandates in three consecutive editorials, imploring Governor John Kasich to drag his party to the left as he did for Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
A class-action suit filed against the Ohio Education Association (OEA) by over a dozen current and former Ohio teachers will likely be settled in July, based on recent court filings.
Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald is making universal taxpayer-funded preschool a centerpiece of his campaign to unseat Republican Governor John Kasich, in an obvious nod to his union backers.
Ohio’s press would love for the state’s limited-government movement to die so reporters can resume their usual Red vs. Blue programming without having to pause for pot-shots at conservative critics of Ohio Republican Party leadership.
Republican lobbyist Steve LaTourette celebrated the defeat of conservative primary challengers in North Carolina, Indiana, and Ohio in a May 7 release from Main Street Advocacy.