Pro-Life advocates have resoundingly condemned a proposed amendment to Ohio’s state constitution that would guarantee access to abortion beyond viability without the need for parental consent in the case of minors. With its summary language approved last week, the constitutional amendment may be placed on November ballots.
The Biden administration on Saturday halted the removal of toxic materials from East Palestine, Ohio, to ensure waste is transported to Environmental Protection Agency-certified facilities.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration faces another headache dossier as anxious residents in the small Ohio state town of East Palestine seek answers after a train with toxic chemicals derailed some two weeks ago.
A Christian university in Ohio is seeing spontaneous prayer and worship among its student body days after a revival began at Asbury University in Kentucky.
A train derailment in Palestine, Ohio, on Feb. 3 has led to toxic chemicals spilling into the Ohio River and being released into the air.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday rebuffed a broad request from the House Judiciary Committee to provide further details about the special counsel investigation into the mishandling of documents during President Biden’s time as vice president, saying that doing so would risk releasing information central to the case.
A school district in Shelby, Ohio, says it will not change its policy allowing transgender students to use the restroom corresponding to their gender identity. The decision came despite opposition from members of the local community and a large group of Ohio clergy.
A Christian school teacher in Ohio has filed a lawsuit against her former employers for wrongful dismissal after allegedly being fired for refusing to address two students by their preferred pronouns, the Daily Caller reports.
House Republican leaders have told the Biden administration to preserve documents related to the targeting of parents at school board meetings and the botched U.S. pullout from Afghanistan, as the lawmakers prepare for congressional investigations next year.
Nearly two dozen states are sending National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to help federal immigration officials grapple with an unprecedented surge of undocumented migrants.
Ohio school districts would not be able to discourage or prohibit parental involvement in decisions about their child’s mental health if the General Assembly passes a recently-introduced Parents Bill of Rights Act.
An Ohio judge temporarily blocked a statewide ban on nearly all abortions for two weeks.
A group of 76 clergy members in Ohio has asked the chief of Mansfield Police Department to preserve that force’s chaplaincy program despite a request from the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) that it be disbanded as unconstitutional, CBN News reports.
A religious organization has partnered with an Ohio church to create a pilot school that seeks to service the Columbus area’s low-income students by offering them taxpayer-funded scholarships.