How to be an auditor according to Dave Yost: Don’t hurt your friends until it becomes politically expedient.
He went to jail for witness tampering, and he’s back out with millions of dollars and a vengeance. The GOP has refused to condemn the crybaby, who doesn’t blame himself for his company going under after employees tried to sidestep campaign finance laws and he illegally tried to protect them.
You might know Representative Bill Seitz as the guy who demeaned women at a party and mocked his female colleagues about a sexual harassment scandal. For the investigation into a formal complaint, Attorney General Mike DeWine chose Seitz’s firm where the lawmaker had worked for over three decades. Seitz’s former employer unsurprisingly cleared him of all allegations, and now the Toledo Blade is calling for a re-do.
Families could be kept in detention camps indefinitely, and the administration doesn’t even have a plan to reunite those already separated. This Time cover shows the Trump administration’s relationship to refugees perfectly.
Despite these mothers risking their safety to bring awareness to families being torn apart at the border, Portman’s office hasn’t called for the charges to be dropped. We’d like to insert some snarky comment about Portman being a poll-following weasel who waited until the very last minute (roughly about the time it takes to run a poll) to bother releasing a statement, but this is despicable even for him.
ProgressOhio worked with dedicated LGBTQ activists to host the event, showering our Vice President with foreign concept to him of love and community. Jimmy Kimmel even jumped in on the fun.
Rick Neal, candidate in OH-15, discussed the power of Pride and not being allowed to be a legal father to his children. He also came to our dance party.
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The new legislation is proposed after the GOP jammed through a massive tax reform bill that gave the one percent millions while leaving the rest of us with bread crumbs.
The surprise assault was eerily similar to another in Sandusky just a couple weeks ago, which also led to over 100 people arrested and now being deported: no notice, lots of arrests, families ignored by ICE, and the burden falls on the workers, not the businesses.
The school stole almost $200 million from Ohio taxpayers, and that’s a low estimate. At least legislators are finally beginning to consider looking at maybe reforming some type of legislation at some point in the future that could potentially lower the probability of another ECOT happening again…
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