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Speaker John Boehner quickly pushed back against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's suggestion Tuesday that an immigration overhaul could be attached to a $659 million House border bill.
Medical marijuana OK in Granville? A surprising bit of language in a Granville ordinance appears to allow medical use of pot.
If The Toledo Blade ever had a thought about Gov. John R. Kasich or JobsOhio helping them out after they announced layoffs of 131 workers in late May, they can kiss that fantasy goodbye after an editorial Sunday blasted Ohio's GOP governor and legislature for "their energy mess."
However, it's unclear whether the legislation unveiled by House GOP on Monday will have the votes to pass before the General Assembly wraps up business for the year.
A drug that was used in botched executions in other states will remain part of Virginia's lethal injection mixture.
After a slow start, a $66 million state effort to help welfare recipients find jobs and move off public assistance is picking up steam.
The $600 million Blue Creek Wind Farm in Van Wert and Paulding counties was Ohio's largest single investment in 2011.
State officials in Washington are trying to determine whether a now-former state Representative owes them any of the money he earned as a state lawmaker.
Arizona executioners had to administer at least two full doses of a two-drug lethal injection cocktail to a convicted killer before he finally succumbed nearly two hours after his execution began, the state's assistant attorney general said Thursday.
Homeless kids count. And they need to be counted accurately. So I am encouraged that Senators Dianne Feinstein and Rob Portman introduced legislation yesterday [7/24] to fix a long-standing injustice in the way our nation counts homeless kids, that has kept about 900,000 children and families from federal assistance programs designed to help them.
It will cost the federal government a lot more to address the border crisis if Congress fails to act before recess Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-Ohio on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, July 24, 2014.
Virginia Department of Corrections spokesman Larry Traylor said Friday that officials aren't considering eliminating midazolam as one of three drugs that can be used as the first dose in Virginia's three-drug cocktail.
Those who support the death penalty ought to feel a special revulsion at botched executions, the latest being the almost two-hour ordeal Wednesday in Arizona.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 09:02 am
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