Ohio Republicans Continue Their War On Jobs

Statehouse Republicans Pushing Legislation to Gut Ohio’s Clean Energy Standards COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich vetoed legislation that would have gutted Ohio’s renewable energy standards less than three months ago — but Ohio House Republicans are back at it, fast-tracking legislation to repeal the state’s clean energy standards, which have created thousands of jobs in

Ohio Democratic Party Statement on Trumpcare’s Devastating Impact

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper on today’s report by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office on Trumpcare’s devastating impact: “Now we know exactly why Republicans like Paul Ryan and Pat Tiberi didn’t want anyone to peek behind the Trumpcare curtain — the Congressional Budget Office today confirmed

Ohio Republicans Back Health Care Proposal That Would Blow Billion-Dollar Hole In State Budget

Statehouse Republicans Embrace Trumpcare, Despite Kasich’s Warning About Cuts to Medicaid COLUMBUS — Despite Gov. John Kasich’s continued opposition to “Trumpcare” — on Sunday’s Meet the Press, he said of the House bill, “the resources are not there” — Columbus Republicans are urging Congress to move forward on fully repealing the Affordable Care Act, which

Dave Yost Offers Too Little, Too Late on Online School Attendance Scam

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Party released the following statement from Chairman David Pepper in response to Republican Auditor Dave Yost’s election-cycle conversion regarding the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT): “For years Dave Yost has taken a head-in-the-sand approach to monitoring the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, which is one reason the problem has gotten so

Ohio GOP Candidates for Governor on Trumpcare? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Kasich Opposes GOP’s Proposed Medicaid Changes, While Husted, Taylor, Renacci and DeWine Duck and Cover COLUMBUS — Ohio Gov. John Kasich opposes the House Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act and phase out the Medicaid expansion that covers about 700,000 Ohioans — but presumptive gubernatorial candidates Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, Secretary of State