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When Gov. John Kasich made it clear in April that he thought Ohio's casinos should have to pony up more cash, he knew he had no legal authority to make that happen. About two months, an expensive gambling expert, two construction-site work stoppages
A liberal think tank led by a top policy adviser under former Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland says the $8 billion budget gap used to justify deep budget cuts and limits on public employee unions is not so large. Innovation Ohio President Janetta King
DispatchPolitics The Daily Briefing With five of the state's seven largest e-schools posting graduation rates lower than that of the state's worst traditional public school district, and six of seven rated less than "effective," a liberal policy
Through 99 days with the GOP's Kasich in charge and a Republican-dominated legislature, state government has embarked on a transformative journey stunning for its breakneck pace and for the opposition it's stirred. The same could be said for the 58-
The Kasich administration failed yesterday to respond to The Dispatch's request for figures breaking down the $730 million public schools could lose from cuts in tax revenue in the Ohio governor's two-year budget. Numbers released Thursday by Kasich'
Students join parents and other supporters of school-choice legislation in a rally outside the Statehouse...Mary School in Delaware, was one of the Catholic-school students attending the Statehouse rally. Inside, the House and Senate voted to bring
After Democrats did not offer a single amendment to Senate Bill 5 by Friday's deadline, Senate President Tom Niehaus chided party members who "apparently abandoned the legislative process on this bill" and added, "Much like their counterparts in