An Ohio woman is suing one of the state’s most powerful unions for its continued collection of dues payments over her objections.
BRUNSWICK, Ohio—The moment had all the hallmarks of a presidential announcement: a friendly hometown crowd (despite below-freezing temperatures), an adoring spouse on hand to provide an introduction, a factory floor in the American heartland secured for backdrop, and a number of national journalists flown in to cover.
The Cleveland chapter of the Women’s March has denounced all forms of discrimination and distanced itself from the national face of the Women’s March, as charges of anti-Semitism roil the organization.
Democratic senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio) has raked in millions of dollars from the financial and banking sectors despite depicting himself as an anti-Wall Street populist.
Democrats took control of five state legislative chambers from Republicans as a result of Tuesday’s midterm elections, a modest shift compared to past midterms.
Richard Cordray, the former director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau who tried and failed to appoint his own successor, is out of a job again.
The campaign manager for the Democratic candidate in Ohio’s 1st Congressional District has resigned less than a week before November’s midterm elections.
A study has indicated the proposals of Ohio Democratic gubernatorial candidate Richard Cordray would require a 46 percent tax increase.