Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is still dodging what should be the bare minimum for a gubernatorial candidate: debating his opponent.
Kenneth Parker, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, has asked the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio to put a six-month hold on its investigation of the $60 million bribery scandal behind a billion dollar bailout for FirstEnergy.
Ohio’s financial disclosure law doesn’t work and must be fixed.
Heath Robinson answered the call of his country.
The passage of the CHIPS Act can help build Ohio’s economy for decades to come.
It’s time for an independent examination of the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio and the state’s other public-employee pension funds.
Don’t unplug your computer! Don’t throw away that smartphone! Just because a Google software engineer whose conclusions have been questioned says a computer program is sentient, meaning it can think and has feelings, doesn’t mean an attack of the cyborgs through your devices is imminent.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine should have vetoed a bill that would allow teachers to carry guns in schools with minimal training.
Members of the Ohio Supreme Court made the correct decision by staying out of what is clearly the legislature’s business.
Last week’s news that the European Union has reached an agreement to sharply curtail the purchase of Russian oil is a welcome development that signals the continent is not only united against the genocidal attack on Ukraine but that its political leaders are prepared to make hard choices in response.