Curator Melissa Wolfe talks about the inspiration we can all take away from the Columbus Museum of Arts newest exhibition showcasing the work of home town hero George Bellows. George Bellows and the American Experience through January 4, 2014. This exhibition follows on the heels of a major retrospective of the artist organized by the [...]
When Ohioans go to the polls today, they are likely to vote on school board candidates. And this year, there’s a common theme of fiscal responsibility among some Tea Party candidates in various areas of the state. The outcome of the races could change the future spending in some schools.
Supporters say it’s different from the controversial Florida law, but critics say it’s still unnecessary.
Many activists and politicians say Ohio’s process for drawing congressional and legislative districts fuels the partisan fire. But they says it’s hard to get the public’s interest.
Opponents of new laws restricting abortion in Ohio took their message back to the Ohio Statehouse Wednesday. But supporters of those new laws say they’re here to stay.
Today, Ohioans can sign up on the new marketplace for health insurance called exchanges. But thousands of low income Ohioans would be eligible for Medicaid coverage instead if the state were to expand the program. Governor Kasich wants expansion. The legislature has, so far, not taken action.
Backers of Medicaid expansion are taking their fight to a new level. Those who want the state to extend health care coverage to low income Ohioans are preparing for a ballot issue if necessary.
Many immigration activists are denouncing an effort to repeal a state policy that grants in-state tuition prices to some young immigrants.
A new bill at the Statehouse would mandate cities and townships to balance their budgets and maintain fully- funded municipal pension plans.
An investigative report showing two-thirds of the board members for JobsOhio close ties to companies receiving benefits from the job program is getting the attention of a key candidate for governor.