Time-sensitive legislation allowing victims of the Boy Scouts of America sexual abuse scandal to receive a larger share of a bankruptcy settlement is now back in the House's hands.
Legislation to limit how dental insurers dictate charges for non-covered services will increase costs for consumers, members of a Senate panel were warned Wednesday.
After more than a year's break, the Ohio Redistricting Commission has put new General Assembly district lines forward for public consideration.
The Ohio Elections Commission intends to turn its attention this fall to a series of alleged campaign violations by former Speaker Larry Householder and others tied to the HB6 scandal.
A longtime Franklin County campaign treasurer is accused of filing fraudulent finance reports and issuing unapproved checks to himself from political bank accounts he oversaw.
Key lawmakers are in the Ohio contingent headed to Indianapolis next week for the National Conference of State Legislatures' 2023 Summit.
Bipartisan officials on Wednesday predicted budget language providing free menstrual products in Ohio schools will pay dividends.
A plan to modernize county recorders' offices drew support Tuesday from several groups involved in real estate transactions who said COVID-19 highlighted the need for statewide digitization.
The House's version of the state operating budget included Medicaid coverage of doulas, but lawmakers said Monday that it mistakenly established it as a five-year program.