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Death Penalty Advocates Push For New Execution Method
Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Attorney General Dave Yost on Tuesday was among those to call for passage of a bill to change the state's method of execution.

79 New House Measures Meet Deadline For Guaranteed Hearings
Thursday, May 16, 2024

A flurry of bills dropped Wednesday ahead of a key deadline, ranging in topics from the creation of a "Weirdo Cat Lovers of Cleveland" license plate to child care, a state fish designation, and property taxes.

Cross Takes On Tall Task Of Changing Seatbelt Law
Thursday, May 9, 2024

Rep. Jon Cross is next up for the challenge of trying to make the failure to wear a seatbelt a primary offense.

Frustration Mounts After Speaker Boots Committee Chairs
Thursday, May 2, 2024

Ousted committee chairs were dazed and fuming Thursday as they mulled next steps in what one member referred to as an escalating "war" with House Speaker Jason Stephens.

Speaker Blasts Critics Amid Injunction Fight
Tuesday, April 30, 2024

House Speaker Jason Stephens on Wednesday accused his political opponents of failing to carry their weight in supporting the Republican caucus.

Huffman Heads Toward General With Financial Advantage Over Stephens
Monday, April 29, 2024

Of the two lawmakers openly vying for the speaker's gavel in the next General Assembly, one heads toward the general election with a much larger war chest to prop up candidates supportive of him.

House GOP Battle Scars Bared In Latest Campaign Filings
Friday, April 26, 2024

A contentions primary season for House Republicans was reflected on the post-primary campaign finance report for the majority caucus' campaign arm.

Controlling Board Approves Funding For District In Fiscal Emergency
Monday, April 15, 2024

A nearly $10.8 million advance to a struggling school district drew numerous questions from lawmakers Monday but was ultimately approved by the Controlling Board .

Controlling Board To Consider Disaster Relief
Friday, April 12, 2024

The state is seeking an initial $3.9 million to reimburse local governments and nonprofits for costs associated with damages from the March 14 severe storms.

Cities Take Battle Over Tobacco Preemption Law To Court
Thursday, April 11, 2024

A group of 14 cities have banded together to fight a state law that preempts them from regulating tobacco products.

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