Ohio governor: Bieber, Brady distracting Americans from debt
Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) is blaming pop star Justin Bieber and football player Tom Brady for the nation’s lack… READ MORE
Ohio Senate to weigh changes to state weapons laws
COLUMBUS, Ohio – An Ohio Senate panel has approved changes to the state’s weapons laws that include relaxing some requirements for a concealed carry permit and letting hunters use noise suppressors on their guns under… READ MORE
Appeals court upholds Ohio ruling on early voting
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A federal appeals court panel Wednesday upheld an order from an Ohio judge that expands the swing state’s voting schedule…… READ MORE
Ohio to judge: Hold off enforcing voting decision
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio officials asked a federal judge Friday to hold off from immediately forcing the state to comply with his ruling that…… READ MORE
Ohio Lawmakers Urged to Repeal Common Core Standards
Common Core opponents spent three days in hearings this week urging Ohio lawmakers to pass a bill that would repeal the Common Core standards in their state. House Bill 597, jointly sponsored by Reps. Andrew… READ MORE
CLEVELAND TO HOST 2016 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION
UPDATED: Cleveland picked to host 2016 Republican National Convention
Who will be next to call Cleveland home: LeBron James, or… READ MORE
Ohio coal company sues over carbon emissions rules
WASHINGTON (AP) — One of the nation’s largest coal companies on Wednesday sued President Barack Obama’s administration seeking to block the…… READ MORE
Homeland Security app: ‘See something, send something’
Ohio Homeland Security officials are asking smartphone users to “see something, send something” with the release of an app to… READ MORE
‘In Jesus name, we pray’ sparks ire at Ohio council meeting
The attorney for one Ohio local government body — the Cuyahoga Falls City Council — said the Freedom From Religion Foundation has sent a threatening letter over prayers led by the local chaplain that end… READ MORE
Fracking foes pump out votes in Colorado and Ohio where wells are dry
DENVER — The four local anti-fracking initiatives approved last week by voters in Colorado and Ohio should have roughly the same impact as outlawing surfing in Denver or cliff-diving in Cleveland.
That’s because there’s virtually… READ MORE
Ohio town readies for battle over weapons in parks law
The small town of Oberlin, Ohio is preparing for a big fight over a change in its law that would permit people to carry weapons in local parks, in accordance with a state statute.
The… READ MORE
Ohio: Health Premiums to Soar
The fight over Obamacare premiums has a new home base: Ohio.
Customers in the key swing state can expect to pay 41 percent more on average for individual health insurance coverage next year because of… READ MORE
Ohioâ€™s Most Vulnerable House Republican Raises Big Bucks
Rep. David Joyce, R-Ohio, raised a strong $406,000 in the second quarter of this year as he gears up for what will likely be a tough re-election race.
National Democrats have already said they see… READ MORE