The recent death of Billy Milligan has people once again talking about multiple-personality syndrome.
Gov. John Kasich’s plan to expand Medicaid under the federal health law won’t be included in the Ohio House version of the state’s two-year budget.
Of the 132 state lawmakers sworn for the new General Assembly, 18 are there for the first time.
There’s increasing partisan bickering about whether state lawmakers should address elections reform in the upcoming lame duck session.
President Barack Obama is resuming his storm-delayed chase to win Ohio with help from former President Bill Clinton, while Republicans are putting together a huge rally for Friday evening.
The Ohio Bar Association says a state Supreme Court justice must demand the state GOP pull a controversial ad from the airwaves. But Republicans say the ad will stay on the air.
The Libertarian Party of Ohio is denouncing a hearing ordered by Secretary of State Jon Husted after what Libertarians call a frivolous complaints by Republicans.
Geauga County Prosecutor David Joyce will replace LaTourette, who’s retiring because of the increasingly-partisan climate in Washington.
A coalition of voter groups awaits word from the Ohio Secretary of State’s office on whether a proposal to revamp Ohio redistricting will go on the fall ballot. Republicans call the plan dangerous.
The fall election is still about five months away, but Ohio Democratic Party chairman Chris Redfern and GOP chair Bob Bennett are talking like itâ€™s just around the corner.
The Governor vetoed an earlier version of the bill after it was sharply criticized by environmentalists, former Ohio governors, and current governors in other Great Lakes states.