Will Pat DeWine Refuse to Recuse?

Ohio Supreme Court Justice DeWine Could Hear Upcoming Case Involving His Father, Attorney General Mike DeWine COLUMBUS — In his first month on the job, newly installed Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine will face his first ethical test of whether he should deliberate on a case involving his father, state Attorney General Mike DeWine.

Ohio Launches Online Voter Registration for 2017

Democrats Applaud Long-Awaited Action Making It Easier for Ohioans to Register, Call for Automatic Voter Registration COLUMBUS — As of Jan. 1, Ohioans can now use an online portal to register to vote — but the system requires a voter to have an Ohio driver’s license or state identification card, which means that many eligible

Ohio Democratic Women’s Caucus Statement on Kasich’s Decision to Sign Senate Bill 127

COLUMBUS — The Ohio Democratic Women’s Caucus released the following statement from Chair Kathy DiCristofaro in response to Gov. John Kasich signing into law a bill banning abortion after 20 weeks, disregarding the unique circumstances women face, with no exception for rape or incest: “Nearly 19,000 concerned citizens signed on to our petition calling on

DeWine Pledges to Keep Wasting Taxpayer Dollars on Politically Motivated Lawsuits

COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine yesterday pledged to keep wasting state taxpayer dollars on politically motivated lawsuits, with his vow to defend unconstitutional legislation that attacks a woman’s ability to make personal decisions about her own health care. DeWine told Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles that he “will certainly defend” a ban on