An atheist group is criticizing the Cincinnati Police Department (CPD) for partnering with religious congregations for a prayer walk initiative.
The CPD invited “all citizens to participate” in the initiative being held in 14 different communities to help quell the violence that has plagued the city. Congregations were asked to take part in seven prayer walks every Saturday through mid-November.
The Ohio Department of Health released a report on Wednesday showing abortions in the state remained at historically low levels in 2012. Abortion in Ohio fell by 12% in 2011 and had a slight increase of 3% in 2012.
An Ohio woman used 50 stolen identities to collect unemployment benefits in eight states, according to the inspector general of the Social Security Administration.
Americans living in Ohio, Indiana, South Carolina, and Florida will likely pay more in health insurance premiums if they purchase state-based exchanges next year under Obamacare, reports CNN Money.
President Barack Obama’s approval has hit a new low of 40 percent to 57 percent in Ohio, according to a Quinnipiac University survey of registered voters.
A pair of Cincinnati Democrats, including the Ohio city’s former mayor, wrote an op-ed on Wednesday saying they believe that the ongoing IRS scandal was the product of orders from agency officials in Washington.
Forbes reports that Ohio is the latest state to announce a market-increase in healthcare premiums as a consequence of Obamacare.
A pair of Ohio lawmakers have launched a taskforce to investigate the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation’s (PBGC) decision to slash a non-union pension fund as part of the auto bailout.
Paul Ryan on Wednesday devoted an entire speech to subjects that have been largely absent from the election-year rhetoric: poverty and income mobility. Speaking to a crowd at Cleveland State University, the Republican vice presidential nominee said the United States had failed to live up to one of the country’s most central ideals: that of equal opportunity.