With the conclusion of the state budget process, we now now know that Ohio's 600-plus school districts will be forced to get by on $900 million less over the two year period than they had in 2010, before Governor Kasich took office.
The future of healthcare is not only up for debate in Congress, but also the subject of a number of bills currently pending in the Ohio legislature, demonstrating state lawmakers' appetite for big changes in how you access your care.
Much of what happened last week at the Statehouse was unprecedented. For the first time since 1977, a chamber of the General Assembly voted to overturn a Governor’s veto. All told, the House of Representatives voted to overturn 11 of Kasich’s 47 vetoes. Thankfully, the Medicaid expansion freeze veto was not among the 11. Since […]
In an unusual move during a holiday week, lawmakers plan to convene this week to override many of the Governor's budget vetoes, and weaken the state's gun laws while they're in town.
Governor Kasich vetoed a proposal in the state budget to end enrollment in the Medicaid expansion starting in July, 2018. But lawmakers haven't given up and may schedule a veto override as early as this week.
Congress may be struggling to pass a bill to roll back healthcare, but lawmakers in Ohio are not. Help us call on Governor Kasich TODAY to veto the Medicaid freeze, work requirements and monthly premiums in the state budget bill.
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.