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  1. Ohio Democrat spells it out: Voters aren't interested in Trump's tax returns - Washington Examiner

    Ohio Democrat spells it out: Voters aren't interested in Trump's tax returns  Washington Examiner

    House Democrats' obsession with President Trump's tax history is a waste of their time, but because that message hasn't fully sunk in, the New York Times has...

  2. Tim Ryan defends simultaneous bids for president and House seat - Washington Times

    Tim Ryan defends simultaneous bids for president and House seat  Washington Times

    Rep. Tim Ryan on Tuesday defended the fact that he plans to run for reelection in 2020 as he also mounts a bid for the White House, saying it doesn't make...

  3. How each 2020 Democratic presidential candidate could win - The Washington Post

    How each 2020 Democratic presidential candidate could win  The Washington Post

    There are more than 20 candidates. Here's my best guess about their paths to victory.

  4. Trump signs bill restoring retirement benefits for Senate dining workers - Roll Call

    Trump signs bill restoring retirement benefits for Senate dining workers  Roll Call

    Veteran Senate dining employees are getting their full retirement benefits restored after President Donald Trump signed into law a bill that lifts a freeze that had...

  5. Senator Sherrod Brown has watched his colleagues come around on LGBTQ rights - LGBTQ Nation

    Senator Sherrod Brown has watched his colleagues come around on LGBTQ rights  LGBTQ Nation

    In an interview with LGBTQ Nation, Senator Sherrod Brown says he's disappointed but not surprised by another year of silence from the White House during...

  6. PX column: 3 reasons Joe Biden will make Donald Trump sweat in Ohio - Cincinnati.com

    PX column: 3 reasons Joe Biden will make Donald Trump sweat in Ohio  Cincinnati.com

    Joe Biden's folksy personality, Ohio connections and track record here make him a threat to Donald Trump in the Buckeye State.

  7. Capitol Insider: More Ohio Democrats move closer to calling for Trump's impeachment - The Columbus Dispatch

    Capitol Insider: More Ohio Democrats move closer to calling for Trump's impeachment  The Columbus Dispatch

    The Washington Post has totaled more than 40 members of Congress who support impeaching President Donald Trump, but only one Ohioan is on that list.Rep.

  8. Exclusive: GM CEO defends plan to sell Ohio plant to startup - Reuters

    Exclusive: GM CEO defends plan to sell Ohio plant to startup  Reuters

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra on Wednesday defended the automaker's plan to sell an assembly plant in Ohio, arguing...

  9. Partisan gerrymandering is a threat to democracy - BlueRidgeNow.com

    Partisan gerrymandering is a threat to democracy  BlueRidgeNow.com

    Gerrymandering has always been part of American politics. After all, the term was coined in 1812 after Massachusetts governor and Founding Father Elbridge...

  10. A real problem for democracy | Gaz - Emporia Gazette

    A real problem for democracy | Gaz  Emporia Gazette

    Gerrymandering has always been part of American politics. After all, the term was coined in 1812 after Massachusetts governor and Founding Father Elbridge...

  11. Tim Ryan 'closer today' on impeachment: 'We may be left with no choice' - Washington Times

    Tim Ryan 'closer today' on impeachment: 'We may be left with no choice'  Washington Times

    Rep. Tim Ryan, one of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates who had taken a wait-and-see approach on impeaching President Trump, on Thursday said...

  12. Joe Biden pushes for LGBT rights in Columbus speech: Capitol Letter - cleveland.com

    Joe Biden pushes for LGBT rights in Columbus speech: Capitol Letter  cleveland.com

    Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke in Columbus at a Human Rights Campaign fundraiser.

  13. Gun safety advocates push for Ohio ballot measure: Capitol Letter - cleveland.com

    Gun safety advocates push for Ohio ballot measure: Capitol Letter  cleveland.com

    A gun control group announced it will pursue a citizen-initiated statute to close a loophole in background checks. This could force the Ohio General Assembly to...

  14. Sen. Brown gets closeup look at Lake Erie algae issues - Fremont News Messenger

    Sen. Brown gets closeup look at Lake Erie algae issues  Fremont News Messenger

    U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown visited Carroll Township Friday and took a trip on a charter boat to get a closer look at Lake Erie. Brown heard from scientists,...

  15. White House Proposes New Rules On Overtime Pay - OzarksFirst.com

    White House Proposes New Rules On Overtime Pay  OzarksFirst.com

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - Democratic lawmakers say the Trump Administration's new rule on overtime pay will short change millions of American workers who are...

  16. Mercy Health’s striking workers prompt questions about FC Cincinnati sponsorship deal - Cincinnati Business Courier

    Mercy Health’s striking workers prompt questions about FC Cincinnati sponsorship deal  Cincinnati Business Courier

    Cincinnati-based Mercy Health's sponsorship deal with the FC Cincinnati soccer cub, which could be worth up to $50 million, has become a focal point as some...

  17. OPINION: A real problem for democracy | Columns - Tahlequah Daily Press

    OPINION: A real problem for democracy | Columns  Tahlequah Daily Press

    Gerrymandering has always been part of American politics. After all, the term was coined in 1812 after Massachusetts governor and Founding Father Elbridge...

  18. Tim Ryan: 'I will be the education president' - Washington Times

    Tim Ryan: 'I will be the education president'  Washington Times

    Rep. Tim Ryan on Tuesday vowed to be the "education president" if elected to the White House and said he will soon roll out a comprehensive education reform...

  19. Partisan control determines how states act on voting rights - WRAL.com

    Partisan control determines how states act on voting rights  WRAL.com

    New York voters for years have experienced some of the longest wait times in the nation on Election Day. Attempts to fix the problem routinely became...

  20. Senate Republicans Renew Earmark Ban and Make It Permanent - Daily Signal

    Senate Republicans Renew Earmark Ban and Make It Permanent  Daily Signal

    The last thing taxpayers need is for the same politicians who racked up a $22 trillion national debt to go on an earmark binge,” Sen. Ben Sasse says.

  21. Democrats and Republicans join forces on bill to boost use of coal sludge to make steel - Washington Examiner

    Democrats and Republicans join forces on bill to boost use of coal sludge to make steel  Washington Examiner

    A bipartisan group of senators and congressmen introduced a bill Friday that would subsidize the use of coal sludge to produce steel.

  22. Tim Ryan 2020: Ohio Democrat and congressman says he's running for president on "The View" - CBS News

    Tim Ryan 2020: Ohio Democrat and congressman says he's running for president on "The View"  CBS News

    Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan, a nine-term lawmaker known for his unsuccessful leadership challenge against Nancy Pelosi, launched a bid for the Democratic...

  23. State bankers associations urge US Senate to consider marijuana banking reform - Marijuana Business Daily

    State bankers associations urge US Senate to consider marijuana banking reform  Marijuana Business Daily

    U.S. state bankers associations sent a letter to leaders of a key Senate panel saying they support cannabis banking reform and urging the committee to hold a...

  24. Army Corps Approves $778M Plan to Block Asian Carp Advance - WTTW News

    Army Corps Approves $778M Plan to Block Asian Carp Advance  WTTW News

    The head of the Army Corps of Engineers has sent Congress a $778 million plan to fortify an Illinois waterway with noisemakers, electric cables and other...

  25. Can a Rust Belt Yogi Save the Democratic Party? - The Atlantic

    Can a Rust Belt Yogi Save the Democratic Party?  The Atlantic

    While Democrats debate which voters to prioritize in 2020, Representative Tim Ryan, a potential presidential candidate, argues that they don't have to choose.

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