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Ohio's U.S. senators and other members of the state's congressional delegation are pushing for extension of a health coverage tax credit they say is particularly important for Delphi YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Mahoning County Democratic Party Chairman Dave Betras is asking local legislators to sponsor a measure that would make it illegal to donate cash to ... (more)
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To get evicted through foreclosure is dispiriting enough. But to lose your house or apartment through foreclosure when you merely rented - and you paid your rent on time - ought to be permanently illegal, say Congress members who are pushing for permanent protections for renters.
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.
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.
A group of five U.S. senators have joined the growing chorus of influential voices, telling the Kellogg Co.
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.
To a resounding cheer from workers at its Abbe Road assembly plant, a Ford Motor Co.
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.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine fell ill Friday during a speaking engagement in Cincinnati, his office said in a statement.
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.
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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.
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 Governor John Kasich yesterday signed the state's first bill opposing electronic cigarettes.