The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
Nearly two dozen police officers in riot gear dispersed an off-campus party involving University of Cincinnati students.
A Columbus follower of the Tea Party is defending the movement from charges that the group tolerates racist behavior. The NAACP’s charge against the Tea Party comes as the civil rights organization is taking heat of its own for supporting the resignation of a federal official for alleged racial comments.
The state Supreme Court has ruled that a proposed amendment by groups seeking to exclude the state from the federal health care law should appear as a single issue on the ballot.
Ohio’s attorney general has approved language summarizing a proposed ballot measure to exempt the state from President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul.
Ohio Tea Party groups are planning to propose a state constitutional amendment to allow Ohio to opt out of the health care bill passed Sunday in the U.S. House.
The Tea Party movement is endorsing Seth Morgan over David Yost in that contested Republican primary for Ohio Auditor.
The split among conservatives in the Republican Party has been well documented, as people who lean to the right continue to consider the “Tea Party” as an alternative to the GOP. But there may be a similar split brewing in the Democratic Party.
One of the two Republican candidates for Ohio attorney general has decided to run for state auditor. Delaware County Prosecutor David Yost announced he’d switchraces. He drew criticism from Republican state Rep. Seth Morgan and his Tea Party backers.
The leaders of Ohio’s two major political parties have had a little time to think about the outcome of last week’s elections.