Two Week Debate on Massive Ohio Solar Farm Begins Today

Tuesday, hearings began that could lead to the construction of the largest solar farm in Ohio. 400 megawatts of solar energy production, spread out over two sites would employ more than 4,000 workers and could mean big changes for the economically depressed areas of Columbus and western Ohio. There’s just one…

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Haslam Family Buys Columbus Soccer Club to Keep Them in Ohio

Friday, Ohio soccer fans were relieved to hear that the Columbus Crew Soccer Club would remain in Ohio following the decision to transfer ownership to the Haslam and Edwards families. This decision comes after a year of uncertainty, fan outrage, and statewide protests. On October 17, 2017,  Precourt Sports Ventures, a group…

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Kasich Vetoes Bill Expanding Benefits for Families of Fallen First Responders

Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) vetoed a bill Friday that would expand benefits for widows and children of deceased first responders because it also included legislative pay raises. According to The Dayton Daily News, Senate Bill 296 included a provision that would increase pay for lawmakers by 4 percent in…

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Ohio Mom Sings Lullaby to Her Aborted Baby at Pro-Choice ‘Prayer’ Service

A new abortion clinic in Columbus hosted a prayer service for its grand opening in November, and new video leaked from that event shows a mother singing a lullaby to the child she aborted. On November 9, Your Choice Healthcare hosted a “clinic blessing” featuring “various prayers, music, and abortion…

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Taxpayer Support of New Columbus Crew Stadium Could Reach $115 Million

The Columbus City Council approved a pledge of $50 million Monday to help build a new Columbus Crew stadium, and now state lawmakers want to provide an additional $15 million in taxpayer support. As The Cincinnati Enquirer noted Tuesday, state lawmakers dismissed plans to provide FC Cincinnati $10 million in…

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Rental Scooter Fan Wants Columbus Government to Scoot Away from Regulating Ride-Sharing Devices

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One Columbus e-scooter aficionado is doing some community organizing – against heavy-handed government regulation that is starting to congest free-market efforts to provide alternative transit options. Donovan O’Neil formed a group called Scooter Customers Organized to Oppose Temporary, Excessive Regulation, or appropriately enough, S.C.O.O.T.E.R. O’Neil said he formed the grassroots…

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