Ohio Senate Bill 39, introduced back in February, is finally up for discussion in the Senate Education Committee this week. Ohio state Sen. Joe Schiavoni, D-Boardman, introduced the bill on February 8 and offered testimony to the committee on February 15, but the bill was put aside by committee chair Peggy Lehner, R-Kettering, until now.
The Senate Education Committee will meet on Wednesday, September 27, at 3:15 pm in the South Hearing Room. Information about providing written or in-person testimony in support of the legislation is at the […]Full Story... →
The disconnect between Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s call for bipartisanship at the national level, on healthcare, compared to his almost non-existent record of partnering with Democrats in Ohio on virtually any issue is a total embarrassment.
“Americans will be served best when we work together to create lasting reforms. It’s been done before and it can happen again,” Kasich, the Buckeye State’s term-limited, lame-duck leader said in an email to his fan base recently.
Kasich pointed to his days in congress as proof “both parties worked together” on issues like welfare reform, that he says “continue to serve the American […]Full Story... →
While squads of first responders, medics and volunteers were risking their own lives in the search for possible survivors still trapped in the collapsed buildings of the Mexican earthquake, the dark side of human effort was unfolding on Capitol Hill that would put millions of Americans at risk in a new health care proposal with spitefully bizarre motives.
The assassins of Obamacare were even obsessively changing the rules of how the legislative game is played in Trump Americana these days to erase the Obama name on the program rather than add improvements. Never at a loss for junk politics in […]Full Story... →