Ohio Senate Dems Focus On Workers And Families, While GOP Pushes Extremist Agenda Dictated By Lobbyists And Special Interests

COLUMBUS — Ohio Senate Democrats yesterday unveiled a family-friendly, pro-worker agenda that puts the people first, while Ohio Senate Republicans this week announced a passel of right-wing priorities that are dictated by lobbyists and special-interest groups. “The contrast between the Democratic agenda for Ohio and the GOP’s extremist priorities is crystal clear,” said Ohio Democratic

ICYMI: Dolan’s Radioactive Roads Bill Moving Forward Despite Serious Public Health Concerns

In case you missed it… Republican state Sen. Matt Dolan defended the use of a radioactive deicing solution on Ohio’s roadways in a Cleveland.com article Sunday, and while environmental watchdogs are raising questions about public safety, Dolan is pushing forward with legislation to remove oversight and protections regarding its use. KEY HIGHLIGHTS: Ohio Department of

Kunze Claims She Didn’t Know Who ECOT Founder Bill Lager Was While Taking $33K From Him, Her Biggest Donor

COLUMBUS — Asked during public office hours last week whether she would donate $33,000 in campaign contributions from Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow founder Bill Lager, state Sen. Stephanie Kunze indicated she would not and further claimed she did not know who Lager was — even though he was her largest individual contributor. “How could Stephanie

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Canton Mayoral Race

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper in response to Canton Mayor Thomas Bernabei — previously an independent — filing to run for re-election as a Democratic candidate: “Mayor Thomas Bernabei has admirably served the people of Canton over the past three years, and he is an important

Portman Capitulates to Trump

Portman: “I Intended to Support the Republican Incumbent,” “I Also Get A Lot Done … With Him” COLUMBUS — After voting for Donald Trump’s massive tax scam that has blown up the deficit without boosting hiring, voting to let the Trump administration ease sanctions on Russian companies, voting against a Democratic bill to reopen the