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House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio takes a question during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 23, 2013.
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The Ohio State Flag: A controversial new bill seeks to stop brewer's in the state also owning distributors, and has upset Anheuser-Busch Anheuser-Busch InBev has attacked 'free market restrictions' after a controversial brewery bill was passed in Ohio, but the state's Craft Brewer's Association says the law protects craft brewers' route to market.
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Whoop-sie! The GOP members of Ohio's House of Representatives just pulled a blooper so big that it's probably time to promote all of them to the United States House of Representatives.
COLUMBUS: A first-of-its-kind statewide review found instances of voter fraud in Ohio during last year's presidential election but not rampant abuses, the elections chief in the battleground state said Thursday.
Anheuser-Busch InBev is upset again with Ohio lawmakers, saying a new brewery bill introduced this week could scuttle its plans to buy a wholesale distributorship in Lima.
The Republican leaders of the House of Representatives are pledging to act to fix the nation's immigration system but making clear that they will not simply accept legislation passed by the Senate.
Having lived most of her life in this Oklahoma City suburb, Barbara Bryen never feared twisters.
An older brother was being questioned Thursday in the deaths of two Utah boys found by their mother when she returned home, police said.
Marred by three contentious issues, the Obama administration has demonstrated their "arrogance of power," House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said Wednesday.
The Ohio House of Representatives has unanimously passed House Bill 98, legislation that will assist Ohio's newest generation of veterans by helping them find employment upon returning home from deployment.
Ohio lawmakers voted to ban the 600 cafes across the state Wednesday afternoon. One internet caf owner says the vote wasn't fair.
Ohio legislators finally seem to be getting serious about shutting down "Internet cafes" throughout the state.
Rep. Barbara Sears has introduced a bill to raise Medicaid eligibility limits to 138 percent of the federal poverty level, which is the expansion called for under Obamacare.
Editor's Note: The following is a guest column by state Rep. Richard Adams, R-Troy: While the budget bill was still in the Ohio House of Representatives, committee hearings about the budget were posted online, where people could tune in to watch deliberation and testimony about the legislation.
A Republican lawmaker wants the state to stop issuing driver's licenses to undocumented residents, whether those individuals have applicable federal paperwork or not.
It's official: A Washington bureaucrat could stand amid 1,000 acres of tall corn and still not realize he was in the country.