Ohioans Call Out Trump’s Broken Promises In Cincinnati

From Jobs To Infrastructure To Health Care, Trump’s Broken Promises Are Hurting Hard-working Ohio Families CINCINNATI — As Donald Trump returns to Cincinnati, Ohio Democrats took him to task Thursday for his record of broken promises as Trump has failed to uphold his pledge to fix the Brent Spence Bridge, failed to protect auto jobs

Ohio Dems Statement on Second Anniversary of GOP Senate Health Care Vote

COLUMBUS — On the second anniversary of the U.S. Senate rejecting President Donald Trump’s health care bill, which would have spiked costs and jeopardized coverage for Ohioans with pre-existing conditions, Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David Pepper issued the following statement: “Two years ago today, Donald Trump tweeted that the Senate had ‘let the American people

ICYMI: Ohioans Travel to Wheeling to Call Out Trump’s Broken Promises

In case you missed it… Ahead of President Donald Trump’s big-dollar fundraiser yesterday in Wheeling, W.Va. — less than 100 miles from Lordstown, Ohio — Ohioans impacted by the closure of General Motors’ Lordstown plant called out Trump’s broken promises. Wheeling Intelligencer: Displaced Lordstown GM Employees Disappointed With Trump “In Wheeling, we’re standing in front

SHOT/CHASER: Ohio Budget Makes It Harder To Close Failing Charter Schools … After Charter Supporters Pony Up $20K For Mike DeWine’s Inauguration

SHOT: CHASER: Campaign finance records for the Mike DeWine and Jon Husted Transition Fund (2018) show $20,000 in donations from charter school interests, including $10,000 from Pansophic Learning LLC, which operates Accel Schools.  DIGESTIF: READ MORE: Cleveland Plain Dealer: Ohio halts school ‘takeovers,’ adds wraparound services and new graduation requirements Cleveland Plain Dealer: Ohio charter

State Budget Hung Up On Deal For Pharmacies?

One of the Senate GOP’s Budget Negotiators Is Dave Burke — Who Owns a Pharmacy COLUMBUS — Twelve days past the constitutional deadline, there’s still no state budget, and the Columbus Dispatch editorial board is wondering why a deal to fix Ohio’s pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) scandal is “even part of the state budget bill.”