Key Ohio business groups offered some ideas Wednesday to an ad hoc legislative panel studying property taxes, with the Ohio Chamber of Commerce suggesting a wholesale change related to the K-12 funding system.
Stanley J. Aronoff, a nearly four-decade veteran of the General Assembly who eventually became the leader of the Ohio Senate, has died. He was 91.
A Senate committee formed to address housing issues is expected to issue a report in March with legislation expected to follow in April.
A plan aimed at protecting children from being exploited online through artificial intelligence has now been introduced after months of discussions between lawmakers and Attorney General Dave Yost.
Members of the Senate on Wednesday delivered a double rebuke to Gov. Mike DeWine by completing two veto overrides in a single session.
An ad hoc joint panel exploring property tax issues remains squarely in fact-finding mode, according to its co-chairs, with the impact of LLC purchases on valuation determinations among issues garnering lawmakers' attention.
Already facing a historic minority status, Senate Democrats are gunning for Sen. Jerry Cirino this election season.
Experts gave lawmakers a crash course in the history of Ohio's property tax structure and cautioned that some potential changes may first require a constitutional amendment at a Wednesday hearing.