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.”
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.
Quinnipiac University’s latest Ohio poll found a big lead for Republican Governor John Kasich in his campaign for reelection, although a plurality of those surveyed believe the state’s economy has not improved much since Kasich took office.
“So-called ‘Right To Work’ is a dangerous attack on working and middle-class families,” leftist think tank Policy Matters Ohio warned in a recent invitation to a propaganda event organized by union front We Are Ohio.
Former government employees’ theft or misuse of thousands of dollars is only one of the issues facing public officials in the Cuyahoga County city of Richmond Heights, based on a report from the Ohio Auditor of State released this month.
Ohioans Against Common Core and The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions have both scheduled events in downtown Columbus on Wednesday, April 9 for Ohioans interested in learning about Common Core.
Oberlin College professor Eunjung An sued her employer last month, alleging that Oberlin failed to protect her from Ali Yedes, a fellow French Department professor whom An alleges has harassed her and threatened her life.
More evidence of a methamphetamine lab assembled on Clinton County government property using taxpayer money has been obtained by Media Trackers Ohio, shedding new light on allegations against Village of Martinsville officials.