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2 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
David Pepper doesn't want you to see where the Ohio Democratic Party's polls place him in his bid against Attorney General Mike DeWine.
6 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
The Ohio Supreme Court today on Wednesday rejected attempts by the political blogger Plunderbund Media to force disclosure of records detailing threats against Gov. John Kasich.
7 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
The state legislature continues its debate about the Common Core educational standards this week, following a week that saw opponents of the Core criticize them, Gov. John Kasich weighing in on the debate and two national polls offering varying national looks at support for the Core.
7 hrs ago | InformationWeek
Some of the reasons the state of Ohio is embracing private cloud and shared services: more than 11 million customers, 32 data centers, 9,000 servers, 2,300 applications, 14 separate statewide networks, a 30% retirement rate among IT staff, irritable office holders, and a pile of Christmas trees.
9 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch
Rita McNeil Danish didn't have much time to get comfortable in her new job as a Franklin County Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court judge.
Initiatives recently announced by the Kasich administration to address the algae problem that creates poisonous toxins in Lake Erie are welcome and constitute an indicator that the problem, which shut down Toledo's drinking water supply for several days, is taken seriously at the state level.
With age comes wisdom, supposedly. But not for Scott Brown. As the evidence of human-made climate change accumulates, Brown has decided he no longer accepts it.
Over the past few years, the White House has shifted its drug policy away from putting low-level offenders in jail and prison and toward helping them access addiction treatment -- an approach that dovetails with the life of acting drug czar Michael Botticelli , a recovering alcoholic.
Gov. John Kasich visited Fayette County Tuesday on one of his latest campaign stops, touting his administration's economic accomplishments in Ohio and stressing the importance of agriculture to the state's future.
The Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports that Democratic Ohio governor candidate Ed FitzGerald's campaign, faced with a series of unhelpful revelations, is basically packing it in: Ed FitzGerald's campaign for governor confirmed Friday what was speculated for days: That the beleaguered Democrat is altering his strategy in an attempt to ensure his ... (more)
Poverty advocates on Monday called on Gov. John Kasich to reinstate the statewide waiver of work requirements to receive food stamp benefits.
Sean Chichelli, Director of Labor & Human Resources Policy for the Ohio Chamber of Commerce penned an article recently titled "Employers should have a right to know about criminal past of potential employees."
One one hand, Gov. John R. Kasich never misses a chance to dwell on his compassionate conservatism, because it makes him look human and sympathetic to the less fortunate.
Ohio's Republican governor has been working feverishly to outlaw abortions. The trick has been to create laws that make it almost impossible for clinics to get licenses .
The news in America was joyful. Two brave American health professionals, Dr. Keith Brantly and Nancy Writebol, flown to the United States after they fell ill with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa, walked out of the hospital last week.
Does opposing Obamacare hurt you or help you if you're a Republican governor? To find out, Sam Wang took a look at nine Republican governors who were first elected in 2010 and are now running for reelection.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 01:32 pm
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