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The press and the people need protections afforded by the Free Flow of Information Act: editorial
There is a bill working its way through Congress that is of vital importance to journalists, including this editorial board, but more importantly to the public at large.
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Regardless of the Hillary factor, Ohio needs more women in state office: Thomas Suddes
Don't cry for her, Park Forest: Hillary Rodham Clinton - wife; mom; lawyer; senator; secretary of state; and, oh yes, Democrat - is running hard for president.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Ohio attorney general released from hospital
Attorney General Mike DeWine headed home Saturday after spending the night in a Cincinnati hospital where he was taken because he felt ill while at a speaking engagement.
Senators Tell Kellogg to 'Act Swiftly' to End Memphis Lockout
A group of five U.S. senators have joined the growing chorus of influential voices, telling the Kellogg Co.
Funds for Kensington sewer project coming together
Columbiana County received notice another piece of the funding puzzle is officially in place for the Kensington sewer project, with plant construction expected to begin this year.
Times past for March 8-9
The proposed half-percent sales tax hike that would have raised $1.2 million annually for the Washington County Sheriff's Office will not be on the May 2 ballot.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Crain's Cleveland Business
Ford Motor to invest $168 million in its Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake
The investment will enable Ford to shift production from Mexico and retool its Cleveland-area plant to produce the company's all-new 2016 F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks.
The Northwestern in Oshkosh
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine hospitalized
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine fell ill Friday during a speaking engagement in Cincinnati, his office said in a statement.
Experts: ‘Retirement Crisis’ Concerns Might Be Overblown
Experts have cautioned against concerns over a retirement crisis, saying the most commonly cited measure of retirement income ignores a large portion of the money retirees receive.
'Thank you' vs. 'pay me!'
I was without electric power from very early Feb. 5 to very late Feb. 9. The temperature did not rise above 30 degrees on any of these days, and the nights were often in single digits.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Portman and Brown with Ukraine supporters
The Takeaway is a national morning news program that invites listeners to be part of the American conversation.
ITIF Praises National Network For Manufacturing Innovation In Obama Budget
The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation praised the inclusion of the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation in President Obama's 2015 budget proposal.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Obama Administration Gets It Precisely Wrong on Trade Policy
It won't get as much notice as his budget proposal. But President Obama's "2014 Trade Policy Agenda," which was released this week, sends an exceptionally powerful signal regarding the administration's economic vision.
Wall Street Journal
Minimum Wage Boost Would Cut Food Stamp Tab by $4.6 Billion
Raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour would cut federal government outlays on food stamps by $4.6 billion per year, according to a study released Wednesday .
Ohio Declares War on eCigarettes! Should They Be Banned?
Ohio Governor John Kasich yesterday signed the state's first bill opposing electronic cigarettes.
May Primary Preview
May 6, 2014 will feature a primary election during which the shape of the November 2014 election will take shape.
The Columbus Dispatch
Ohioans in House cut office expenses
Adam Slane, center, Jacob Hesseling, right, and Stephen Cheek II work in the central Ohio office of Rep. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington.
Flood study in Army Corpsa budget
By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Count the Blanchard River Flood Mitigation Study among the Army Corps of Engineers' $4.8 billion in funded projects this year.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
President Obama's budget document would boost NASA Glenn, shortchange Great Lakes cleanup
President Barack Obama sits with Emily Hare as she completes her spelling lessons during his visit to a preschool classroom at Powell Elementary School in the Petworth neighborhood of Washington, Tuesday, March 4, 2014.