Tomorrow, the House is set to convene, elect a new speaker, and pass a full slate of bills -- for a change. We'll see if that actually happens. Meanwhile, dozens of bills are moving through committees in both the House and Senate. Here's a preview of what to expect this week.
Levy Results From Last Week's Primary Highlight Ongoing Challenges
This week, lawmakers return to Columbus after an extended recess for a jam-packed week. Committees will move forward with legislation around guns, child marriage, payday lending and Ohio's renewable energy future, all while House Republicans prepare to elect a new Speaker. Here's a look at what to expect.
As the results of tonight’s primary election trickle in, here are some of the races we’ll be keeping an eye out for that will have a large effect on Ohio’s future political landscape.
Innovation Ohio Education Fund teamed up with the Ohio Women's Public Policy Network to create a 2018 Primary Voter Guide to allow voters to compare candidates' answers to a number of questions about policies that affect Ohio women and families.
For over a decade, we’ve tried and failed to fix our broken congressional redistricting process. But now we have a chance to make real change. On the May 8th primary ballot, we can end unchecked partisan gerrymandering once and for all.
For Immediate Release April 30, 2018 COLUMBUS – The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow’s decision to offer taxpayer-financed hush money to past employees prompted strong criticism from watchdogs – and calls for reform – during a Monday press conference. News that several past employees were offered public money in exchange for agreeing not to disparage the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow (ECOT) follows an Associated […]
Today we joined with Progress Ohio and Common Cause Ohio for a news conference to discuss the latest news about ECOT; specifically, we commented on the school's practice of paying hush money to former employees so they wouldn’t say anything bad about the school or its sponsor.
A whistleblower has come forward to reveal compelling evidence that the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow engaged in a scheme to defraud Ohio taxpayers out of millions of dollars to educate children they never really had. Here's our update on the week in Ohio education.