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Suspicious fires at two different properties owned by GOP candidate for State Representative are under investigation.

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Some descriptive statements may seem political when they are, in fact, merely stubborn truths. Such is the case with the fact that the contemporary Republican party, at least on the federal level, lacks both the ideas and the will to improve American health care. To be sure, Republicans take positions all the time that will dramatically impact Americans’ health, and in important ways. But those impacts are ancillary, mere collateral damage in wars being waged in the other policy domains, such as concerned with taxes and guns.

Let’s be clear about the present situation. In 2016, the Republican party lined […]

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Republicans in several competitive Statehouse districts have sought the endorsement of Ohio’s largest anti-vaccination interest group.

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Last week, candidates for state office reported their fundraising going into the 2020 election. Here are five candidates for critical Ohio House races who reported big hauls. They’ll need it going into November.

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This week, candidates seeking office in the 2020 election had to file petitions to earn a spot on the ballot. Here’s a look at some potentially interesting intra-party battles for the Ohio House and Senate to watch in the March 17 primary.

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Antivax activists are making inroads at the Ohio Statehouse, recruiting at least 35 sitting lawmakers to endorse their positions through intense lobbying and outreach. A deep dive into the latest viral phenomenon to infect state politics.

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Too often charter schools are just a way to convert public assets into profit at the expense of kids.

As campaign season fires up, Denis Smith offers advice to presidential candidates: here are the key questions to ask when you visit a charter school.

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Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder, already an obstacle to passage of gun safety legislation, yesterday chose to attend a political fundraiser at a horse race instead of meeting with survivors of one Ohio mass shooting and the Mayor and police chief still leading the response to another.

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On the schedule this week? Not a single gun reform bill. Instead, House lawmakers will hear from supporters of a bill that prosecutors say would allow convicted violent felons to legally purchase guns.

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Yesterday, Ohio Republican State Representative wondered on Facebook if mass shootings were the fault of transgendered Americans, open borders, parents who don’t discipline their kids or legalized weed. The reaction was swift and brutal. Today was not a good day for Ohio’s craziest State Representative.

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