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Feds' GDP report by state exposes Ohio's mediocre recovery
At the Republican National Convention in September 2012 , Ohio Governor John Kasich regaled attendees about the supposedly robust economic recovery the state was achieving on his watch.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Former Judge loses battle with brain cancer
Former Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Connie S. Price, who left the bench last year due to her continuing battle with brain cancer, died Thursday at a nursing home near Columbus.
Fairview Park City Council runs out of time on Ohio clean energy resolution
FAIRVIEW PARK Councilwoman-at-large Peggy Cleary supports Ohio's current clean energy laws , and she wanted her fellow council members to help to sustain them.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Governor not giving upon Medicaid expansion
By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER BOWLING GREEN -- His proposed Medicaid expansion has been snubbed by his own party's lawmakers, but Gov. John Kasich is still fighting for it, he said Monday.
The Columbus Dispatch
Kasich on defense this time around
When Ohio House and Senate members gathered in June 2011 to iron out differences in their proposed state budgets, Gov. John Kasich introduced a policy that hadn't been a part of anyone's budget, including his own.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
The Times Bulletin
Broadband availability nears 100% across Buckeye state
A report issued this week shows a statewide program begun in 2008 is continuing its progress towards making broadband available in every part of Ohio.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Kasichnomics isn't working for Ohioans
When the March jobs report was released, it was bad. Across the board, it was bad.
2 potential 6th District challengers
Former state Rep. Jennifer Garrison of Marietta and state Sen. Lou Gentile, D-Steubenville, both confirmed Tuesday they're considering seeking the 6th District Congressional seat currently occupied by Republican Bill Johnson, a Marietta resident.
Budgets in crisis
The budgets of local governments took massive cuts in the last two years as Ohio worked to repair an $8 billion hole in the budget, and now a proposal is in place to restore some of that money.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Assessing the politics of JobsOhio: Analysis
The party's only announced candidate for governor, Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald, is running on an anti-corruption image.
Marin Independent Journal
GOP governors endure early trials, gird for 2014
Republican governors took over statehouses across the country after the 2010 elections and immediately acted on promises to usher in a new era of budget cutting and conservative labor policies.
Sat Jun 01, 2013
The Daily Record
IRS case gets Ohio tea party movement steamed up
While it's clear that Ohio tea party activists are fired up over recent disclosures that the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups, what that will mean to politics in the pivotal swing state is still a little hazy.
Fri May 31, 2013
Senate GOP unveil new plan to fund Ohio schools
Senate Republicans unveiled a new school funding formula Thursday that they call the biggest increase in at least a decade.
Thu May 30, 2013
Candidate for governor campaigns in Findlay
By ROSE SCHNEIDER Staff Writer If John Kasich had been honest about his plans for Ohio while running for governor in 2010, he would not have won, his potential Democratic opponent in 2014 said Thursday in Findlay.
Three vying for seat on judge's bench
The Ohio Republican Party is expected to submit the names of two sitting judges and a past judicial candidate to Gov.
Tue May 28, 2013
The Huffington Post
Dem Gubernatorial Candidate Comes Out For Gay Marriage
Cuyahoga County executive Ed FitzGerald, the only Democratic candidate currently running in Ohio's 2014 gubernatorial election, announced his support for gay marriage rights in an interview with Outlook Columbus published Tuesday.
Fri May 24, 2013
Ohio's treading-water economy, as seen in unemployment claims
Previously, I showed that "Ohio's economy is treading water" by looking at the state's stagnant unemployment rate and its anemic job growth during the past 12 reported months.