A new study by the Mercatus Center at George Washington University says Ohio’s real unemployment rate is closer to 11.5 percent, not the 7.0 percent reported for April 2013.Read More →
As with any subject, especially political ones, whether something is good or bad depends upon who you ask. Project Labor Agreements (PLAs) are no different, but even their definition is subject to opinion.Read More →
In Ohio, there are 145 different state entities that have rule-making authority, so figuring out which of the more than 9,000 yearly rules actions might impact you can be a daunting task, especially because the consequences of not following them can be costly.
With the creation of RuleWatchOhio.com, that task just became a bit easier.Read More →
Would you like to see how many checks the State of Ohio issues, to whom and for how much?
You’ll be able to do just that if Rep. Mike Dovilla, R-Berea, gets his way.Read More →
Should bus drivers and other transit workers have special status when they are the victim of an assault? Ohio Senators Tom Patton, R-Strongsville, and Nina Turner, D-Cleveland, think so.
They’ve introduce S.B. 107, which, would make an assault on a bus driver or other transit employee more serious than an assault on an ‘ordinary’ citizen.Read More →