Voting rights groups have their hands full with state Attorney General Dave Yost.
Safer railroads are a must for the United States, as evidenced by the ongoing trauma in East Palestine, Ohio.
It’s often said that no one likes paying taxes, but what’s frequently left unsaid is that taxes are a necessity if government is to function.
In a televised debate last week among the three candidates for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination, all three vied to be the most Trumpian, but Bernie Moreno stood out.
For sheer gobbledygook, Ohio’s real-estate property tax system – which dates to 1825 – is hard to beat. That’s why a proposal by two downstate Republicans in the General Assembly deserves passage.
The DeWine administration argued disclosure of expense receipts could reveal information that could be used to attack the governor. We think that’s a stretch.
In Ohio, the number of students missing a significant amount of school time has become such a concern that two lawmakers have pitched what may seem like an outlandish idea. State Reps. Bill Seitz, R-Green Twp., and Dani Isaacsohn, D-Evanston, want to establish a pilot program that would offer cash incentives for both attendance and high school graduation, according to a report by the Cincinnati Enquirer.
There is much going right in Ohio and Gov. Mike DeWine is deeply involved in many factors driving economic growth around the state. The governor’s grasp of policy detail was obvious in a wide-ranging discussion with The Blade Editorial Board and Columbus Bureau Chief Jim Provance.
Progressive Ohioans hoping to bolster voters’ rights by a ballot issue that would amend the Ohio Constitution are awaiting the outcome of a second bid for paperwork approval by Ohio’s Republican attorney general, David Yost.
It’s not clear if such rankings are kept, but any list of the most pro-utility states – and pro-utility governors – would surely give Ohio, and Republican Gov. Mike DeWine, a place near the top of the scoreboard.