The Biden administration said it's committed to deploying half a million electric vehicle chargers across the country by 2030 through direct investment and assistance to states.
President Joe Biden announced in a speech at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Wednesday that he has
Marilyn Zayas, an IT manager turned lawyer turned appellate court judge, is seeking to unseat Pat DeWine, a Republican and the son of Ohio's current governor, from the Ohio Supreme Court.
Judge Marilyn Zayas can pinpoint the exact time in her life when she knew
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JD Vance said he opposes electric vehicle tax credits for only helping wealthy people and China, despite the provisions helping to bring EV manufacturing and thousands of jobs into the U.S. and Ohio.
The Donald Trump-endorsed Republican nominee in
The Senate Leadership Fund and the Congressional Leadership Fund, which are reportedly aligned with Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Kevin McCarthy, are lying about the Inflation Reduction Act.
Two super PACs working to elect Republican congressional majorities this November have launched a barrage of ads
A new campaign ad falsely claims that by backing bail reform, Ohio state Rep. Emilia Sykes has pushed to release 'dangerous criminals.'
A Republican super PAC is accusing Ohio state Rep. Emilia Sykes, a Democrat running for the state's 13th Congressional District, of wanting to
Lindsey Graham is leading a renewed effort to enact a federal ban on abortion that could become law if Republicans gain control of Congress.
The White House released a statement on Tuesday criticizing legislation proposed by Senate Republicans that would impose federal restrictions on abortion.
The bill would ban abortion at 15 weeks' gestation, no matter what a state's laws mandated.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is set on Tuesday to propose a nationwide restriction on abortions, media outlets were reporting, in a bill that, if passed, would place federal restrictions on the procedure
Associated Press - By JULIE CARR SMYTH and ARLEIGH RODGERS
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Almost three months after Roe v. Wade was overturned, the landscape of abortion access is still shifting significantly in some states, sometimes very quickly.
Changing restrictions and litigation in neighboring Indiana and Ohio this
The group Americans for Contraception is running ads that also note 90% of House Republicans voted against the Right to Contraception Act.
Republican Rep. Steve Chabot, who is in a tight race for reelection in Ohio's 1st Congressional District against Democratic Cincinnati City Councilman Greg Landsman,