Toledo Blade: Fix or eliminate Ohio Ethics Commission
Ohio’s financial disclosure law doesn’t work and must be fixed.
Ironton Tribune: Vote betrays those who sacrificed
Heath Robinson answered the call of his country.
Toledo Blade: Let CHIPS fall in Ohio
The passage of the CHIPS Act can help build Ohio’s economy for decades to come.
Toledo Blade: Ohio’s public pension funds need scrutiny
It’s time for an independent examination of the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio and the state’s other public-employee pension funds.
Philadelphia Inquirer: Does a chatbot have a soul?
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.
Elyria Chronicle-Telegram: 24 hours isn’t enough training for armed teachers
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine should have vetoed a bill that would allow teachers to carry guns in schools with minimal training.
Toledo Blade: Ohio justices made right call in health-care case
Members of the Ohio Supreme Court made the correct decision by staying out of what is clearly the legislature’s business.
Dallas Morning News: Don’t go to Saudi Arabia, President Biden
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.