Ohio Lost 12,500 Jobs From January 2019 To January 2020

On One-Year Anniversary of GM Lordstown’s Closing, State Announces It Lost 6,000 Manufacturing Jobs In Past Year COLUMBUS — On the one year-anniversary of the last Chevy Cruze rolling off the line at the now-shuttered General Motors factory at Lordstown, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services announced the state lost 12,500 jobs —

Federal Agency Now Investigating Chinese-Owned Company That Interfered With Union Drive — Which Rep. Mike Turner Applauded In 2017

Antani, Keller, Lang, Roegner, Merrin Among Those Who Sided With Fuyao Against Workers COLUMBUS — In 2017, U.S. Rep. Mike Turner took sides with Fuyao against Ohio workers who were trying to organize, but today a federal agency is investigating the Chinese-owned company for illegally suppressing unionization efforts at their Moraine plant. “Three years later

DNC Adds Ohio To Its “Battleground Build-up 2020”

Democratic Party Joins Fair Fight PAC, Swing Left and National Democratic Redistricting Committee in Targeting Ohio COLUMBUS — The Democratic National Committee is adding Ohio to its “Battleground Build-up 2020” program, which is a multi-million-dollar investment that will fund new on-the-ground hires and additional offices, to defeat Donald Trump and help boost down-ballot races, including

The Disinformation Is Coming From Inside The House

COLUMBUS — Yesterday Ohio’s Republican secretary of state, Frank LaRose, said, “You should think very carefully before you say something that would cause people to lose faith in elections … When that is done for partisan political gain, it is the height of irresponsibility.” Less than 24 hours later the Ohio Republican Party sent a

Trump Budget Screws Over Lordstown

Trump Said GM Lordstown Closing “Doesn’t Really Matter,” Now He’s Trying to Kill a Loan Program That Could Save Lordstown Jobs COLUMBUS — After workers at the General Motors plant in Lordstown pleaded with Donald Trump to help save their jobs, he ignored their pleas. Then he said GM Lordstown’s closing “doesn’t really matter.” Then

One Year After GM Began Laying Off Thousands Of Workers, Donald Trump Plans To Lie About “Blue-Collar Boom”

In 2019, Ohio Lost Thousands of Blue-Collar Jobs in Manufacturing and Construction COLUMBUS — Donald Trump plans to tout a “blue-collar boom” during tonight’s State of the Union address — but Ohio lost thousands of blue-collar jobs last year, and today is the one-year anniversary of General Motors beginning involuntary layoffs of thousands of workers,