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What do parents need to know to understand the school voucher system?

State lawmakers budgeted nearly $400 million for this school year. Through mid-October, state education officials had a... Read Full Story

Wed, Nov 29, 2023

With more than a month left for parents to enroll, Ohio's new universal school voucher program appears to already be more expensive than estimated.

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Mon, Nov 6, 2023

A Republican-sponsored bill seeks to create new standards for social studies in K-12 schools in Ohio through a task force appointed by state lawmakers and the governor, using a civics program devel... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023

The nuclear power plant subsidies in the bailout at the center of the largest corruption case in Ohio history were repealed less than a year after the arrests in the case in 2020. But the rest of t... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023

Ohio has 2-year legislative sessions. The current session began on Jan. 1, 2023, and will end at midnight on Dec. 31, 2024. Bills introduced during a session must be passed before the end of the se... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023

Calling the state's pollution regulations outdated, a bipartisan group of lawmakers has asked to end E-Check testing for vehicles in northeast Ohio. Instead, they suggested Ohio's Environmental Pro... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023

Ohio Democrats want the state to do more to make sure that a $3.5 billion electric vehicle battery plant in Fayette County isn’t the only major green energy project.

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Mon, Nov 6, 2023

Lawmakers got their first look at a bill that could create a flat state income tax and make major property tax changes – while potentially costing schools and local governments more than a bi... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023

Ohio lawmakers are considering two tax cuts related to firearms — one exempts safety devices like locks and safes, the other eliminates taxes on the weapons themselves. The former has the sup... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023

Ohio lawmakers are considering a measure that could allow business owners to shift their tax burden for remote workers. Proponents of the idea argue it’s a way to simplify tax filing. But it ... Read Full Story

Mon, Nov 6, 2023