Voter turnout tops 2014 midterm election
100% of precincts are reporting their unofficial results within the State of Ohio as the 2018 midterm election slowly comes to an end.
Letter: Rally to support a strong union
I am proud of the vital services I provide to my community as a juvenile-corrections officer. As a public employee, the work that I do is not always seen
Maggots With a Side of Dirt? What Privatization Does to Prison Food
The meals served to prisoners have been a catalyst for riots throughout history. Prison advocates and workers say outsourcing the kitchens to companies only makes them worse.
William Hershey: Ohio Republicans who labor to forget the lessons of 1958 and 2011
COLUMBUS: Ohio Republicans have whiffed twice in their crusade to cripple organized labor. At least a few of them want to try again in 2020. If that happens, they’ll likely swing and miss one more time. Along the way, they could unintentionally help the state’s beleaguered Democrats and whomever Democrats nominate for president two years from now. According to the Columbus Dispatch, Republican state representatives Craig Reidel of Defiance and John Becker of Union Township near Cincinnati want to put six anti-union amendments before voters in 2020. The proposals would prohibit union shops — workplaces where employees are required to join a union or pay union dues — for private and public sector workers. The other…
Right-to-work law still wrong for Ohio
DEAR EDITOR: Earlier this year, Republican state Rep. John Becker of the Cincinnati area proposed right-to-work legislation for the sixth time in as many years
Letter: Columnist missed bigger transgressions
The Tuesday op-ed column "Gov. Kasich has year to rescue his legacy" by Matt Mayer asserted that Gov. John Kasich's failure to turn Ohio into a