09 May 2021

A lawsuit seeking a temporary suspension of Columbus’ one-year petitioning time limit due to the pandemic was dismissed by the U.S. District Court for Southern Ohio on April 14, 2021.  The lawsuit was filed in June 2020 by our group,...

Nan Whaley
29 April 2021

When Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley announced she would be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Ohio governor, the contest apparently ended.

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, who said he would announce his candidacy this summer,...

19 April 2021

Cincinnati, OH:Plaintiffs from seven Ohio counties, representing Rights of Nature laws and other measures protecting local democracy from corporate special interests, filed an appeal to the Sixth Circuit in a federal...

Kids in school
15 April 2021

We have barely survived the most serious crisis to face American democracy since the Civil War. This nation “conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal” was faced with a coup attempt that would...

Repeal HB6 sign
31 March 2021

Just when you thought Ohio’s nuclear bailout scandal couldn’t get any wilder, the twists and turns of our state’s historic bribery saga now seem reminiscent of a spy thriller or conspiracy theory novel. It has been over nine months...

Official city building
01 March 2021

Joe Motil, former Columbus City Council candidate and longtime outspoken critic of Mayor Ginther and City Council’s blanket tax abatement policies once again criticized the Mayor and City Council for defunding public education and...


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