The bill also would prohibit people from providing animals for others’ sexual conduct and includes provisions for criminal charges against perpetrators, the seizure of animals that have been abused and court-ordered psychological evaluations and counseling for offenders.
The facility will have to reapply for the top certification in 2017
ResponsibleOhio head vows to pursue a new marijuana legalization effort in the new year.
A co-sponsor of the legislation is state Rep. Sean J. O'Brien of Bazetta
SB 206 would institute comparable requirements for local candidates, political action committees and others that raise or spend $2,000 or more.
Kasich also reiterated his support for sending U.S. and other troops abroad to counter militant Islamic groups as part of a broad international coalition
State Rep. Rep. Michele Lepore-Hagan of Youngstown, D-58th, offered an amendment to require schools to provide medically accurate information as part of sex-education courses.
HB 48 also would reduce charges for carrying concealed handguns on college campuses.
Some of the trees were from Mahoning and Trumbull counties
The court ruled the label is not cruel and unusual punishment
The Republican leader of the Ohio House said lawmakers will begin discussions on the legalization of marijuana for medicinal purposes, a day after Ohio voters rejected a plan to regulate the drug for medical and recreational uses.
The bill is sponsored by one of two openly gay members of the state Legislature
The legislation also restores a funding stream for some local school districts
Among other recommendations, the report calls for ‘bystander training’ to encourage people to intervene when they see incidents occurring.
By MARC KOVAC email@example.com COLUMBUS A lawmaker panel recommended further studies of Ohio’s
Stand Up Ohio wants the minimum wage to be increased to $10 per hour as of Jan. 1, 2017
One bill would make domestic violence involving strangulation a felony offense
SNAP is a federal program that provides food for residents earning 130 percent of the federal poverty level or less
The hearing for a preliminary injunction to stop the plan to revamp Youngstown schools stretched over two days.
A judge heard testimony Tuesday why the plan to revamp Youngstown's schools was unconstitutional
Legal counsel for proponents and opponents of the proposed amendment offered no objections, voicing agreement with the new language choices
The court instead based its decision on the fact that the petitioners did not meet other requirements for inclusion on the ballot
The House bill would ensure business tax bills for the year won't be larger than originally anticipated
The State Controlling Board released more than $98K for a new beach pavilion
The governor participated in a 911 observance in Westerville that focused on overcoming adversity and helping neighbors.
A goal is to give judges more discretion in sentencing
Youngstown use of cameras meets law requirements, key legislator says
The proposed amendment heads to the state Ballot Board for its initial review before proponents can begin collecting the 300,000-plus names required to place the issue before voters.
The action Friday also capped a review process launched by Kasich in December, shortly after the shooting death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice by a Cleveland police officer
The General Assembly failed to pass a bill that would put stricter standards on charter schools before the start of 2015-16 school year
At issue is the use of the word 'monopoly'
It is the first time the state has met a mandate established 35 years ago
The Donald continues to outpace Kasich in Pennsylvania and Florida
The group who wants to legalize marijuana challenges the language and vows to take the matter to the Ohio Supreme Court.
Voters will decided in November whether to approve marijuana for both medicinal and recreational use
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation, a nonprofit, must gather more than 90,000 initial petition signatures,
Ohio says the Wright Brothers. A Connecticut lawmaker says it was Gustave Whitehead
Panel upholds suspension of operations at Trumbull County injection well
ResponsibleOhio got more than 320,000 verified signatures to get the marijuana-legalization amendment on the November ballot
He said he's lifted Ohio, and he wants to do the same for the country
Bob Kunst of Miami Beach, Fla., wears a Hillary Rodham Clinton mask on his head outside the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland Wednesday, a day before tonight's prime time Republican debate, featuring 10 presidential hopefuls.
Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel requested the funding to make government's checkbooks publicly available online
ResponsibleOhio collected the 95,572 new names over the past 10 days
The grant amount is $285,500
Another line in the budget requires a new study commission to form a working group to complete negotiations on a potential increase in tax rates on oil and gas produce via horizontal hydraulic fracturing, or fracking
The group ResponsibleOhio submitted nearly 700,000 signatures to the secretary of state's office
Kasich's new website is now live
About 10,500 people nationally went to emergency rooms last year seeking treatment for fireworks-related injuries
Kasich praises Republicans and Youngstown schools plan
Governor to sign the spending plan on Tuesday