Derrick J. Washington of Cleveland has spent nearly nine months fighting city law enforcement officials to retrieve his legally licensed and registered firearm, which is being held as evidence following his arrest after he reported a potential crime in progress.
Voters in Hillsboro, Ohio will select city council members for three at-large seats and four ward seats today, as the small Highland County city continues to consider contracting emergency services from Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District to save taxpayers money.
Ohio Representative Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) discussed House Bill 231 (HB 231), his proposal to reduce the number of what he refers to as “unarmed victim zones” across the state, in a House Judiciary Committee hearing last week.
State Representative Terry Johnson (R-McDermott) recently introduced a revamped version of proposed gun rights legislation House Bill 203 (HB 203), making changes requested by constituents over the summer recess.
Ohio University student group Students Teaching About Racism in Society (STARS) works to raise awareness of what the group views as systemic discrimination promoted by costumes at the annual Halloween celebration on the Athens campus.
A recent Animal Liberation Front (ALF) announcement of a nighttime raid on a mink farm in Van Wert, Ohio has been disputed by the business’s management, who have not filed a police report in the matter.
“This is really about upholding the constitutional separation of powers,” State Representative Matt Lynch (R-Bainbridge Twp.) told Media Trackers of his decision to participate in a lawsuit filed over Governor John Kasich’s implementation of the Obamacare Medicaid expansion.
CGI Group, the parent company of one of the primary IT contractors behind the Obama Administration’s failed launch of HealthCare.gov, is also being paid millions by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.
Data from the left-leaning Urban Institute support the findings of a recent study of U.S. entitlement benefits conducted by the libertarian Cato Institute, which concluded that many poor Ohioans have trouble climbing out of poverty because of tax and welfare policies.
Columbus lobbyist Neil Clark, an Ohio Statehouse veteran and champion of big-government Republican politics, is held up by the press as a budget expert despite a history of failing to pay his own taxes.