Bill sponsors gave sponsor testimony Tuesday afternoon in front of a full gallery at the Statehouse.
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Child support is determined by how much it costs to raise a child and for more than 20 years, it’s been calculated using ’80s prices.
The Republican senator’s Ohio Auto Manufacturing Jobs Tour has him visiting automakers across the state.
You can buy them, you can transport them, but you can’t enjoy them — at least for now.
Chardon High School did not have a school resource officer when T.J. Lane shot three students to death and wounded two others in 2012.
If ECOT transitioned to a drop-out recovery school, its failing grade from the state would immediately improve.
The two bills seek to address how schools should discipline bullies once they’re discovered.
Marchionda is the CEO of NYO Property Group, which owns several buildings in Youngstown.
The prospect of having your car drive you home is still a fantasy in Ohio, but that fantasy is getting closer to reality.
The legislation in honor of the Ohio State student who was kidnapped, raped, and killed aims to keep violent offenders from just being relea…
Republican leadership comes together to create a panel of four lawmakers who could develop a new method.
Legislation reintroduced in the House is in response to a deadly dog attack in Dayton in 2014.
Which message stuck, and if it clarified this convoluted issue, remains to be seen.
Rep. Theresa Gavarone wants constituents to have the final say in what the Ohio Department of Education comes up with for academic standards…
An Ohio lawmaker says drug companies are no longer search for cures, but for the next drug to treat diseases.
Eliminating the marriage penalty would affect an estimated 2.5 million Ohioans, and cost the state around $500 million dollars
Half of the state’s school districts still have crumbling schools in need of repair or replacement.
In 2015, Ohio voters approved a reform of how the legislative district maps are drawn to eliminate partisan gerrymandering.
Several gun bills are making their way through the legislature this fall.
Racial tension has affected relationships between some police departments and the communities they serve.
Sen. Joe Schiavoni claims that most of the $943 million in tax deductions was never reinvested into the communities.
Marsy’s Law expands the legal rights of victims of crime to include 17 rights in the judicial process.