The House Bill 6 saga continues
This week, we discuss a new development in the House Bill 6 scandal, what happened with Ohio’s new statehouse maps, how one Republican wants to change the marijuana law, and why a controversial higher education bill may not pass.
A big fracking deal
We explain the latest with fracking in state parks, how young voters could shape 2024, when the new marijuana law might change, and why some Republicans want to take power from the judicial branch.
Chaos in Ohio’s youth prisons
A USA TODAY Network Ohio investigation found Ohio’s youth prison system is plagued by violence, staffing shortages and a failure to rehabilitate kids. We break down the project’s findings and what needs to change.
Ohio says yes to weed and abortion rights
We break down the Nov. 7 election results and what comes next for abortion access and the state's new recreational marijuana program.
What to know about Ohio Issues 1 and 2
We explain everything Ohioans need to know about Issue 1 and Issue 2 ahead of Election Day on Nov. 7.
Don't forget your photo ID
We explain which former state lawmaker is in trouble, why Michigan may not like Issue 2, what you need to know about voter ID rules, and how the Supreme Court ruled on a property theft sentence.
Hooked on phonics, or not
We explain a lawsuit over reading, who will benefit if Issue 2 passes, efforts to get rid of Ohio’s same-sex marriage ban, and how much money the U.S. Senate candidates raised.
Ohio Republicans ramp up feud
We explain what's up with the Ohio House, how LGBTQ advocates got a win this week, where the 2024 U.S. Senate candidates stand on abortion, and what comes next for redistricting reform.
House Speaker Jim Jordan?
We're explaining the fight over who controls education in Ohio, whether Jim Jordan will be the new speaker, who had an abortion in 2022, and why staffers keep leaving Frank LaRose.
The mapmaking is done
We're explaining why Democrats voted for maps they didn't like, what Ohio might do to lower property taxes, and the future of Ohio's abortion ban.