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2 hrs ago | WISH-TV Indianapolis
Mike Pence wants to cut taxes on corporations and that means higher taxes for somebody else.
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
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6 hrs ago | Cleveland.com
In at least a partial turnabout, severance tax reform is again on the General Assembly's agenda, thanks to a Republican bill that the Ohio Oil and Gas Association - the drillers' lobby - described as "rational, substantive and good."
10 hrs ago | Xenia Daily Gazette
Over the years, I've written several columns on guns, and picked rhetorical buckshot out of my hide each time.
14 hrs ago | The Review
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles has decided to back off plans to comply with federal driver's license rules because of privacy concerns.
Voting advocates on Thursday urged Gov. John Kasich to veto bills headed for his desk that they argue could make it more difficult to cast a ballot and be sure it was counted.
President Barack Obama said Thursday that he thinks many House Republicans, including Speaker John Boehner , want to pass immigration reform and other measures -- they're just getting blocked.
Inspectors from Attorney General Mike DeWine's office next week will begin cracking down on veterans posts and fraternal lodges operating illegal electronic raffle machines.
The Ohio Senate Public Utilities Committee canceled a vote Wednesday on a bill aimed at weakening the state's renewable energy standard and energy efficiency mandate.
Ohio Senate Minority Leader Eric H. Kearney released "an unprecedented" amount of information today related to the unpaid taxes that have dogged him in his two weeks as running mate to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald.
On Wednesday, the Ohio House of Representatives voted to pass legislation intended to "enhance the safety of children while at school".
Time is running out for certain military veterans to cash in on a gift from the state of Ohio for their service during wartime.
To the shock of his Mormon congregation, bishop David Musselman revealed himself as the homeless man whom many in the suburban Salt Lake church mostly shunned as he walked the grounds just prior to a recent Sunday service.
House Speaker John A. Boehner visits the D.C. HealthLink Web site from his office computer.
I found this on the Speaking of Womens' Health site. It's such good & timely information that I wanted to share it with you.
This week, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announced the spike in natural gas-related employment around the Marcellus and Utica Shale plays in the eastern part of the state.
Requiring every teacher in Ohio to undergo a thorough annual evaluation might sound good in theory, but in practice many districts are finding that the cost and administrative burden outweigh the benefits.