Environmentalist groups and “green” energy companies gave new testimony to the Ohio Senate’s Public Utilities Committee on April 30 as Senator Bill Seitz (R-Cincinnati) began final preparations for a committee vote next week on Senate Bill 310 (SB 310).
As the result of a class action suit filed in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court on March 25, Dayton is the latest Ohio city whose use of automated traffic cameras will be reviewed by a judge.
This morning I talked with Brian Thomas about Governor Kasich’s false Obamacare rhetoric and the salaries of national plumbers union bosses on Cincinnati’s 55KRC morning show.
Allegations that Cincinnatians for Jobs Now (CJN), a labor-backed nonprofit, violated state campaign finance laws while promoting union-friendly candidates last year are being reviewed by the Ohio Elections Commission.
Supporters of House Bill 69 (HB 69), a bipartisan proposal to restrict use of automated traffic cameras throughout Ohio, described the bill as necessary to prevent civil rights violations in testimony before the Ohio Senate’s State Government Oversight and Reform committee this week.
House Bill 203 (HB 203), which would expand Ohioans’ right to self-defense with a firearm, was approved by the Ohio House on November 20 despite hyperbolic, racially-focused testimony from a number of Democrat legislators.
A second same-sex couple was recently added to a lawsuit against the State of Ohio, seeking to build on U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Seymour Black’s summer ruling that the Supreme Court decision in United States v. Windsor requires Ohio to recognize gay marriage.
Nonprofit group Save Cincinnati formed in 2012 to promote local politicians who will implement fiscally conservative policies, offering a list of endorsements to supplement sample ballots from the Democratic Party and Republican Party.
A central Ohio resident is suing the City of Columbus on the grounds that the city’s 38 red light cameras violate citizens’ due process rights, and are intended more for generating government revenue than for increasing safety.
I discussed some of the awful arguments being used by Gov. Kasich and other Obamacare Medicaid expansion advocates in an interview this morning with Brian Thomas on 55KRC in Cincinnati.