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26 min ago | The Indianapolis Star
Thanks to Pence, these financially struggling Hoosiers will soon lose their health insurance.
Should the federal government stop offering subsidized student loans?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
4 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat
Mayor John Cranley and a majority of City Council appear ready to halt Cincinnati's $132.8 million streetcar project on Dec. 4 - and voters might not get a final say if council ends up canceling the project after further reviewing the costs to do so.
4 hrs ago | WBNS
There is rare issue of agreement in the 2014 gubernatorial campaign: Both Republican incumbent John Kasich and his likely Democratic challenger Ed FitzGerald oppose legislative efforts to eliminate the death penalty in Ohio.
8 hrs ago | The Medina Gazette
More than 30 prominent Democrats gathered in Pam Miller's Medina living room Tuesday to hear Ed FitzGerald make his case why he should be the party's candidate for governor next year.
Should the state require out-of-work residents to take job training, volunteer at nonprofits or find gainful employment to receive food stamps? Or are there too few decent-paying jobs and state-backed opportunities for advancement in the present economic environment to enable the down-and-out to meet such requirements? That's the debate going on at ... (more)
The Republican-led effort to change Ohio's energy laws at the request of the state's electric utilities -- and over the objections of the Ohio Consumers' Counsel, the Ohio Manufacturers Association and several environmental groups -- is headed for a showdown this week.
President Barack Obama won reelection last year warning voters about what he called an extreme Republican agenda that would roll back the social and economic victories of the previous years.
Budget projections show Sandusky, by early next year, having about a $1 million deficit in the $16 million 2014 budget.
Since introducing State Sen. Eric Kearney, right, as his running mate less than two weeks ago, Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald's campaign for governor has taken hit after hit about his vetting process and about Kearney's financial problems.
Ohioans aren't very fond at the moment of President Obama or his signature health care law, giving both low ratings in a survey released Wednesday by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.
Recently, I heard Gov. John Kasich say on a morning TV talk show that his primary concern for Ohio is jobs, jobs, jobs.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says that while talk of a presidential run is "flattering," he's focused on running for reelection.
Paying for access is hardly a new phenomenon around the Statehouse. Interest groups and lobbyists shell out big campaign dollars for their voices to be heard.
Ohio's new formula for deciding whether teachers make the grade has yet to be fully tested, but the state Senate is looking at loosening what some say may be too burdensome a mandate on schools.
Living in a state whose governor keeps ratcheting down food stamps, I confess to sticking an asterisk on every report of John Kasich's feel-good outreach to the needy.