John Becker New Ohio Bill Would Ban Most Private Insurance Coverage Of Abortion By Jo Ingles • May 8, 2019 Jo Ingles / Statehouse News Bureau A new Ohio bill would ban most private insurance coverage for abortions. Opponents say it would also ban effective methods of birth control. Ohio Bill Would Require Elected Officials Spend More Time In Office By Jo Ingles • Apr 29, 2019 Ohio House A new bill in the Ohio House would crack down on elected officials at all levels who fail to show up to do those jobs. Key Lawmaker Says Not To Expect A "Right To Work" Bill Anytime Soon By Jo Ingles • Mar 29, 2019 One of Ohio’s key supporters of the controversial anti-union measure “right to work” says he’s not going to push for it anymore. Union Members Pack First Hearing On 'Right To Work' Bill By Karen Kasler • Nov 14, 2018 Karen Kasler / Ohio Public Radio Members of the Ohio House came back to work for their first day since the election to face a room packed with opponents of a bill on public employee unions. The bill may not go far, but union members were determined to show their opposition. 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. Ohio Marriage Tax Bill Makes For Odd Political Bedfellows By Steve Brown & Karen Kasler • Aug 31, 2017 Ken Teegardin / Flickr Creative Commons One of the most liberal state lawmakers in Ohio is teaming up with one of the most conservative on a bill to do away with a marriage tax penalty.