From the daily archives: Monday, September 28, 2015

Here’s a shocker: A majority of Ohioans respect and revere women. Unfortunately, Republican leaders do not.

A new survey from Public Policy Polling of likely Ohio voters shows they overwhelmingly support laws that would require paid maternity leave and equal pay for equal work, and they oppose a bill that would make it illegal to abort a fetus with Downs Syndrome.

The poll was conducted Sept. 22-23.

The progressive group Progress Ohio issued a press release Monday noting that Ohio’s Republican governor and legislative majority don’t much give a damn what likely Ohio voters think on these issues, and they don’t share […]

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With the announcement last Friday by long-time Ohio Congressman John Boehner that he’ll step down from his role as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and quit Congress by the end of October, Republicans are looking to replace him with another ideological leader bent on mayhem as they grind government.

Republicans may think they are fit to govern, but Americans by a 3-1 margin want the federal government to stay open even though the rabid right wants to shutter it over funding for Planned Parenthood.

In Ohio, under the Kasich Administration, the number of abortion providers in Ohio has […]

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