Ohio Politics

Ohio Drug Price Relief Act: Who is telling the truth?

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Ohio Taxpayers for Lower Drug Prices says Ohio could be first in the county to force drug makers to lower prices.Read more

Ohio gubernatorial candidate raises cash to uncapped fund

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Running for mayor and governor simultaneously puts Nan Whaley in a rare situation for campaign fundraising and spending.Read more

Lawmakers approve return of sales tax holiday for Ohio

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The holiday is one-time event that would begin Friday, August 4, 2017 at 12:01 a.m. and ends on Sunday, August 6, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.Read more

Group backs plan for $20 million to fight opioid crisis

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Governor Kasich called for the money during the State of the State address earlier this year.Read more

Ohio house passes "Judy's Law" as woman who inspired bill declines

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As a New Albany mother fights for her life, she is also fighting to change state law.Read more

Face The State with Scott Light| May 21, 2017

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This week on Face The State with Scott Light: Ohio budget battle, the federal investigation of Donald Trump.Read more

Republican lawmaker joins race to be Ohio elections chief

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Sen. LaRose joins two other state lawmakers interested in the position. Read more

Ohio Supreme Court Justice faces misconduct investigation

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The investigation centers around Justice Kennedy's speech to Greater Toledo Right to Life. Read more

Rep. Pat Tiberi decides not to make 2018 US Senate run

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U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi has decided not to run in Ohio's upcoming Senate race.Read more

One-on-one interview with Gen. David Petraeus

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General David Petraeus came to Columbus recently and 10TV's Scott Light spoke with him one-on-one.Read more

Ohio court upholds backpack search that led to bullets, gun

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The decision reverses lower court rulings that tossed out the evidence.Read more

Ohio House OKs bill allowing generic substitute for EpiPens

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The proposal follows harsh criticism last year over the cost of the brand-name EpiPen soaring to more than $600 for a two-pack.Read more

Police want 'move over' law penalties increased

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Drivers who don't mover over and slow down when they see an emergency vehicle on the side of the road could see jail time if a new bill moves forward.Read more

Gov. Kasich wants state to regulate manufactured homes

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Statistics compiled by the State Fire Marshal's office show people living in manufactured homes in Ohio are four times more likely to perish in a fire than those living...Read more

Face The State with Scott Light | May 7, 2017

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This week on Face The State with Scott Light: School choice in Ohio and American Health Care Act.Read more

Paul Ryan avoids Comey questions on Ohio visit; local Congressmen want answers

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The man who is the second in line to the Presidency spent the day in central Ohio, shadowed by latest Trump controversy.Read more