by Alice Ollstein May 26, 2016
"It brings back a lot of ugly symbolism with the poll taxes of the past, when you had to pay to exercise your right to vote."
by Alice Ollstein May 24, 2016
The District Court called the early voting cuts "unconstitutional and...accordingly unenforceable."
by Alice Ollstein May 4, 2016
In any other election, Kasich would have been considered extreme.
by Alan Pyke May 4, 2016
Akron police have told Hill he’s a “stain on society” and should “get a fucking job,” according to the lawsuit.
by Bryce Covert Apr 24, 2016
Eight people, all members of the same family, were killed with gunshot wounds to the head early Friday morning.
by Alice Ollstein Apr 18, 2016
"What types of places would be allowed to stay open? Only wealthy areas, where people tend to vote Republican."
by Josh Israel Apr 17, 2016
"I have a lady attorney who sort of led this effort for me."
by Alice Ollstein Apr 15, 2016
"I will give you one bit of advice. Don't go to parties where there's a lot of alcohol."
by Alex Zielinski Apr 13, 2016
In some cases, this would mean a woman who took an abortion pill a couple months into a pregnancy would be asked if she wanted a quarter-sized blot clot to be formally buried. She would then get a death certificate.
by Kira Lerner Apr 6, 2016
In 2015, roughly 40,000 people living in Ohio's largest county were disenfranchised.