Ohio Republicans are close to enacting a sweeping proposal that would cut healthcare for the state’s neediest in order to finance a tax cut for the rich and well-connected. Sound familiar? It should.
Our latest policy brief looks at how Medicaid expansion has enabled front line addiction services providers around the state to offer prevention, services in our jails, and recovery supports necessary to stop the cycle of opioid abuse.
Information and graphics to help you support the resistance to the GOP healthcare plan by spreading the word, becoming better informed, and helping show Senator Portman that Ohioans are united in opposition to a harmful bill, crafted behind closed doors.
With two weeks left before summer break, we have more updates than usuals as lawmakers rush to pass priority legislation. This means bills on guns, vouchers, abortions and more.
Twenty years of data show that lawmakers should be re-examining the current private school voucher system instead of exponentially expanding it. Any proposed expansion could have ruinous effects on kids and families in both voucher schools and local public schools.
We're down to the last 3 weeks before summer break, and things are moving fast. This week, the Senate rolls out budget amendments, another abortion ban surfaces, and Ohio's renewable energy rule may be on the way out.
So-called "voter fraud," a statistically rare occurrence, has been used to justify strict photo ID requirements that disenfranchise poor and minority voters. Now it's the basis of a new Trump effort to review voting laws.
Here's our guide to talking about the House changes to the proposed state budget. Use it to talk to friends, lawmakers or even write a letter to the editor.
WIth the recent adoption of budget amendments by the Ohio House of Representatives, we have updated our district-by-district comparison of school funding in the two-years beginning July 31, 2017 with funding levels at the peak of the Great Recession.