Brown spokesman Preston Maddock said in a statement responding to Trump: "Sherrod is fighting for Ohioans
every day -- including working with this administration and his Republican colleagues in the Senate when it's best for Ohio workers."
"This new system will allow more Ohioans
to apply for services online, instead of waiting in line," said Greg Moody, director of the governor's Office of Health Transformation.
Instead of being able to vote 35 days before the election and through the Monday before, the state eliminated the final three days of early voting, except for Ohioans
living overseas and those serving in the military, at home or abroad.
are increasingly relying on smartphones and applications to manage their busy lives and stay connected at home or on-the-go," said Mark Frazier, president-Ohio/Pennsylvania/West Virginia Region, Verizon Wireless.
Just a few weeks after Indiana signed the law, a group called Ohioans
for Workplace Freedom began collecting signatures to get a similar right-to-work amendment on the ballot.
Under the banner of preserving Ohioans
' right to choose their own healthcare, the measure, known as Issue 3, strictly prohibits mandatory healthcare programs.
are struggling to remain in their homes and are in absolutely desperate situations," said Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray.
Bank will partner with the Ohio Treasury to offer the Energy Conservation for Ohioans
(ECO-LINK) program to help Ohioans
save money while making their homes more energy efficient.
Ohio has tong been represented by Governor William Allen [1874-76] and President James Garfield , but Ohioans
have decided it's time for new blood: Allen will lose his pedestal when state legislators in Columbus choose a replacement this spring.
have shared their views about "school choice," which includes school vouchers, tax-credit scholarships, charter schools, homeschooling and virtual schools.
Daniel Ellis, of Ohioans
for Concealed Carry, tells the Sandusky Register that the ruling will especially help concealed carry holders, who faced often-conflicting local regulations.
: Six Bulls" is the story of four families focusing on one Captain Vogel, whose conflicts, both internal and external, drive this tale as he must confront his inner racism against the natives that are currently being driven from their homelands forcefully, unlike the white families on his ship.
COLUMBUS, Ohio--State officials say about $1.5 billion in public benefits, from tax credits to food stamps, goes unclaimed by eligible Ohioans
Still, even as Ohioans
and NPR listeners were having a laugh, more than a half-dozen other states were seriously considering similar anti-gay adoption legislation.
In late November, the Dayton Daily News reported that Parsley hosted an evangelistic rally and food distribution program as part of a plan to convince 1 million Ohioans
to convert to fundamentalist Christianity.