Ohio

New Study Confirms Likely Link Between Fracking And Earthquakes
Seismologists have determined that fracking can be linked to seismic activity in Ohio. Read more...
Greenpeace Activists Protest For Sumatran Tigers At Procter & Gamble HQ
Greenpeace activists rappelled & hung banners from Procter & Gamble headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio to bring awareness to the fate of Sumatran tigers on the verge of extinction. Read more...
John Kasich, Rob Portman, And Shaming Poor Ohioans: SNAP & UI Edition
The days of working for cash in this country are nearly over. The Republican party may be setting a dangerous precedent in their need to shame and humiliate the poor. Read more...
Me, Ohio Governor John Kasich And His Need To Shame The Poor
In this supposed Land of Liberty, who is John Kasich to call me lazy and dictate what I should do with my time and my life? Are the poor lazy or is John Kasich a modern-day slave holder with the state of Ohio as his plantation? Read more...
Securities Fraud Investigation Nabs Ohio Republican Along With A 'Secretive' Church
A Republican Ohio state representative was indicted today on 53 counts, along with a Cincinnati based church, described as 'secretive' Read more...

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Indiana Would Rather Harass Welfare Recipients Than Keep The Roads Clear
The bill that would force people to pull down their pants and pee in exchange for state assistance was only withdrawn after it was changed to include drug testing for the legislators. Read more...
Ohio Man Pulled Over For Speeding Had 48 Bombs In His Car
The police officer noticed a bumper sticker that said, "If you can read this, you're in range" Read more...
States Confirm Hundreds Of  Water Contamination Cases From Fracking, Drilling
The pollution comes from both hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and conventional drilling methods to extract petroleum and natural gas. Read more...
Kasich Faces Primary Challenge From Ohio Insurance Broker
Ron Paul libertarians aren't happy with Kasich's Medicaid expansion. Read more...
Driver Arrested Under Ohio Law Making 'Hidden' Compartments A Felony
Ohio police arrested a driver because his car contained a compartment that could theoretically store illegal drugs, though no drugs were found at the time. Read more...