Starting as the hobby of a seed collector, Happy Cat Farm has grown into a national distributor of both seeds and plants.
Proceeds of the state’s $1.5 billion liquor deal with a job-creation nonprofit would be shielded from public audit under a bill headed to the governor.
A new independent poll says a majority of Ohio voters approve of Gov. John Kasich’s job performance. it also says Kasich holds a commanding lead over Democrats likely to challenge him in 2014.
The survey by Quinnipiac University says 60 percent of Ohio voters support the idea of increasing the severance tax on drilling companies to allow income tax relief for Ohioans.
A proposal to hold back Ohio third graders who cannot read has been softened by a committee of state senators, and the governor is frustrated by the move. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen has an update.
The Governor wants to tax drilling companies, then use that money to offset an income tax cut for Ohioans.
Ohio’s governor is launching a campaign aimed at reducing prescription drug abuse by highlighting the stories of those who have been impacted by addictions.
For better or worse, 2011 proved quite eventful for the state of Ohio. As the year winds down to a close, WOSU commentator Stacia Kock takes a look back at some of the state’s more memorable headlines.
The Governor got the semi-private jobs board he wanted, but he suffered a major defeat with the repeal of Senate Bill 5.
The fight over a $55 billion, two-year spending plan was one of the many events that divided the legislature in 2011.
Gov. John Kasich says he has concerns about the legality and the family impact of drug tests for people getting cash assistance from the state.