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Even though the Finance Committee of the Ohio House of Representatives removed a provision to expand who is eligible for Medicaid, the executive director of a Cleveland-based advocacy group thinks it is still on the table.
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In the future Ohio Gov. John Kasich will call family members of murder victims when he decides to spare the lives of death row inmates, the governor's office said Friday.
Seven regional chambers of commerce and the state chamber want the General Assembly to clarify the auditing boundaries that pertain to JobsOhio , the quasi-private company that's heir to the former Ohio Department of Development.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Ohio Senate President Keith Faber thought his pledge to kill a package of right to work bills might end "breathless fundraising appeals" from Democrats.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says Utica shale oil and gas production has grown over the past couple of years.
In the future, Gov. John Kasich will call family members of murder victims when he decides to spare the lives of Death Row inmates, the governor's office said yesterday.
Ohio was among the 40 states the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday that saw a slight dip in unemployment.
At a signing ceremony Thursday for SB 33 -Ohio legislation that designates the Adena Pipe as the official state artifact-Gov. John R. Kasich basked in the glow from more than one hundred smiling faces of 4th graders, from the Columbus School for Girls, who helped drive the bill through the legislature to the governor's desk, which today was located ... (more)
A Senate Republican leader on education policy wants to create a $100 million voucher program over the next two years to allow thousands of low-income Ohio children to attend preschool.
As the Franklin County legal community gathers today for a seminar on attracting qualified candidates for judgeships, a local Democratic leader is questioning the qualifications of the Republican governor's two latest judicial appointments.
Mayor Merle Gorden is up for a raise next year. But The Plain Dealer's recent article about Gorden's status as a "double dipper" --collecting retirement benefits while still working for the city -- questioned whether city council should consider that in determining whether to give him a raise.
Advocates for the needy continued their push for expanded government-backed health care Monday, distributing bracelets to state lawmakers that posed the question, "What Would Your Mother Do?" The latest in the continuing campaign for increasing Medicaid eligibility came a day after the annual holiday honoring moms and in conjunction with a study ... (more)
The first order of business Wednesday for Mayor and Acting City Manager Domenick Mucci was coffee, doughnuts and a conversation with city department heads.
COLUMBUS - Ohio Gov. John Kasich is ready to sign legislation establishing an official state artifact.
Lorain County might end up the focus of a pilot project that would authorize emergency responders to administer the nasal spray Narcan to revive persons who have suffered an overdose from heroin or other drugs if a state bill becomes law.Prospects for the yearlong pilot grew stronger with Wednesday's unanimous 33-0 vote by the Ohio Senate on Senate ... (more)