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FirstEnergy Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station in Oak Harbor, Ohio.
Ron Schwane / AP

Republican leaders in the Ohio House have announced the creation of a new committee to hold hearings on the potential repeal of HB6, a nuclear power plant bailout bill at the center of an alleged $60 million corruption scheme.

Ohio Supreme Court chambers.
Dan Konik / Ohio Public Radio

Two Northeast Ohio lawmakers are sponsoring a bipartisan proposal to allow judges to publicize a party affiliation in the general election.

pride flag
Karen Desuyo / Flickr

Lawmakers have introduced a bill in the Ohio House that would expand rights for LGBTQ people by protecting access to housing, employment and public accommodations.

The I-70/I-71 interchange will be getting a major redo in the coming years.
Paige Pfleger / WOSU

Ohio’s legislature has assembled a bipartisan working group to study how to improve the state's infrastructure.

Democratic representatives in the Ohio House want to go from investing about $6 million into public transportation to $150 million, as the state transportation department tries to figure out how to plug a $1 billion hole in the road construction and repair budget.

Lisa Marie Pane / AP

Democratic state lawmakers are trying again to pass an assault weapons ban in Ohio, and say they think an apparent change of heart by Gov. John Kasich announced over the weekend might help the bill this time.

Former U.S. Representative Dennis Kucinich hits the campaign trail to support drug price ballot Issue 2.
Karen Kasler / Ohio Public Radio

Former Democratic Congressman Dennis Kucinich will be starring in ads and on the campaign trail in support of the drug-price ballot question known as Issue 2. But his presence isn’t the only new element to the campaign.

Ohio's State Budget

Jun 13, 2011

Democrats and Republicans have two separate ideas for what the new $55 billion state budget should look like. How would you craft the state budget? This hour on All Sides, join us for an open forum with Statehouse News Bureau Reporter, Bill Cohen, William Hershey of the Dayton Daily News and more. Guests: