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.
An employee of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) accepted thousands of dollars in gifts from a vendor before hiring the vendor for an OSUWMC position, according to a report from The Office of the Ohio Inspector General (OIG).
Media Trackers uncovered several facts about “citizen-driven, community-based bipartisan coalition” We Are Ohio during 2013 which should confirm beyond question that We Are Ohio is a union front group.
Village of Genoa Chief of Police Bob Bratton was charged on January 9 with treating Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office accounts as a personal slush fund, roughly two years after he was first accused of misusing taxpayer money.
Ohio homeowners in Hardin and Logan counties are squaring off against EverPower Wind Holdings, a Pittsburgh-based “green” energy company, over its plan to build hundreds of massive wind turbines near their property.
Ohio Auditor of State Dave Yost recently published a report alleging that Virginia “Ginny” Letson, fiscal officer for Cheshire Township in Gallia County, has continued to defraud taxpayers after being caught misusing public funds in 2011.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) officials have dropped all charges against a Knox County woman who faced jail time for rescuing an injured fawn in 2011, agreeing to a settlement that will allow her to keep the animal.
Village of Martinsville employee James Robinson, Jr., charged with multiple felonies related to the production of methamphetamines using taxpayer resources, already had a history of drug offenses when his grandmother hired him to work for the southwestern Ohio town.
Ohio Education Association (OEA) membership declined by 2,286 in the union’s 2013 fiscal year, but the average OEA employee was still paid more than $100,000.
Leftist think tank Policy Matters Ohio suggested this week that Cleveland’s nonprofit hospitals should be paying tens of millions in additional property taxes, despite insisting in May that Ohio hospitals need more taxpayer funding through the Obamacare Medicaid expansion.