Brigid Kelly Ohio Democrats Move To Restore Overtime Protections By Karen Kasler • Apr 4, 2018 Wikimedia Commons Democratic state lawmakers say they want to bring back guaranteed overtime protections that were supposed to be put into place two years ago but have been blocked by lawsuits in federal court. More States Move To End 'Tampon Tax' That's Seen As Discriminating Against Women By editor • Mar 25, 2018 ChapStick, Viagra and dandruff shampoo. These are just three of the thousands of health and personal care items that are exempt from sales tax in many U.S. states. Notably missing from that list: menstrual products. Conservative Lawmakers Renew Push To Make Ohio 'Right-To-Work' State By Jo Ingles • Jan 24, 2018 Jo Ingles / Ohio Public Radio Two of the more conservative Republican lawmakers at the Statehouse want to put six different issues before voters that would make Ohio a so-called “right to work” state and eliminate prevailing wage. Tampon Tax Bill Back Before Ohio Lawmakers By Jo Ingles • Oct 11, 2017 Esther Honig / WOSU Backers of a bill that would exempt feminine hygiene supplies from the state sales tax say it’s simply not fair that women in Ohio are paying taxes on medical supplies they need.