Ohio Dems Claim 600 Candidates Have Already Signed Up to Run in 2019

Ohio Democrats say they have signed up nearly 600 Ohioans for their annual boot camp, a summer class where first-time candidates learn how to do everything from write and deliver a stump speech to fundraise. The number of signups, touted as a record high, was cited in a press release…

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Kasich Vows to Veto Pro-Life Heartbeat Bill as Senate Leaders Round Up Votes

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Ohio Gov. John Kasich has threatened to veto pro-life legislation that overwhelmingly passed the State House last week with the goal of protecting almost all unborn babies in the state from being aborted. Last Thursday, the Ohio House voted 60 to 35 to pass House Bill 258, which bans doctors from aborting any…

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Trial Set Following Ohio Serial Killer’s ‘Horrifically Stunning’ Confession

The numbers have been called “absolutely staggering” and “horrifically stunning,” and it all started in northeast Ohio. Lorain native Samuel Little, 78, was born in Georgia but grew up in northeast Ohio. He claims to have killed at least 90 people across 12 states, and he is set to appear…

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Rising Wages, Job Growth Cited as Reasons to Expect Brisk Holiday Retail Sales in Ohio

Ohio shoppers are expected to increase holiday spending by 3.2 percent more than last year, as consumer confidence continues to soar, according to a forecast by University of Cincinnati economists. Jobs, wages, housing prices and other key indicators are all on the uptick, forecasters said. They project retail spending to…

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Marcia Fudge Backs Off Challenge to Pelosi Following Revelation of Embarrassing Letter

Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-OH-11) announced Tuesday she is no longer considering a run for Speaker of the House, effectively eliminating the only resistance to Nancy Pelosi becoming the next Speaker. Fudge had previously criticized Pelosi, saying there were not enough black women in leadership positions in Congress, and hinted she…

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String of Fatal Opioid Overdoses in Ohio Traced to Chinese Distributor

A Chinese businessman who had been living in the Boston area was sentenced to nearly six years in prison Monday for distributing opioids that were shipped from China to the United States and eventually made their way to Ohio. Bin Wang, 43, a Chinese national, was sentenced to 71 months…

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Former Democrat State Senator and Judge Once Convicted of Assaulting Wife Now Arrested in Connection with Her Death

A former Cuyahoga County judge, Lance Mason, who was removed from the bench after he beat his wife four years ago, was arrested over the weekend in connection with her fatal stabbing. Mason, 51, a former high-ranking state lawmaker and a Democrat, had pleaded guilty to the previous assault but landed on his feet…

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Deadly Chinese Fentanyl Pouring into Ohio Targeted by New Law, Sen. Portman Says

Most of the deadly fentanyl being pumped into Ohio communities arrives from China via the U.S. Postal Service, a pathway that will soon be shut down thanks to a new federal law, says U.S. Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH). “The refrain I hear across Ohio about the opioid epidemic is clear: People…

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LGBT Activists Planning Wave of ‘Anti-Discrimination’ Ordinances Across Ohio

After striking out at the state level, LGBT activists are now working at the city level to pass “anti-discrimination” laws across the state. While the state’s largest cities – about 20 of them led by Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Columbus – have over the last few years adopted so-called “anti-discrimination” ordinances…

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