U.S. Southern District Court Judge Timothy Black declared Ohio’s ‘false statement’ law unconstitutional, and now a potential appeal of that ruling may muzzle free speechRead More →
After four years and a trip to the U.S. Supreme Court, an Ohio law that made it a crime to utter false statements about a candidate or politician has been declared unconstitutional.Read More →
It’s a familiar complaint: community schools siphon money from traditional public schools. In Ohio, that’s true, but only if you look at a single funding source.
Ohio’s school funding is complicated, which makes it hard for citizens to decipher and easy for special interests to spin.Read More →
A federal judge has ordered Ohio to reinstate the so-called “golden week” during which time voters can register and vote at the same time.Read More →
Monday is Labor Day and if your town is anything like mine, it will be celebrated with a parade of union members marching and driving their vehicles – many of them public ones, like fire engines and dump trucks.Read More →
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown wants to boycott Burger King – and he wants you to do so as well.Read More →