Earlier this month, Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio cast the deciding vote to kill renewed unemployment insurance, letting down more than 50,000 Ohioans who are looking for work. Sen. Portman chose party politics over his constituents, particularly those who have fallen on hard times.
Sen. Portman can still make right by us. Senate leadership has promised to bring unemployment insurance up for a vote again, and he’ll have one more chance to restore much-needed economic security for millions of families struggling to find a job.
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Yesterday, Feb. 19, 2014, the Ohio House of Representatives voted along party lines to pass two voter suppression bills.
Click here to send Gov. Kasich a letter urging him to VETO SB205 and SB238.
Senate Bill 238 will change current law by reducing the number of days available for Ohioans to participate in the democratic process and exercise their right to vote. The legislative proponents claim that eliminating this additional time will curtail voter fraud. This claim doesn’t hold water, as the ...
House votes are looming this afternoon on bills that would reduce early voting by one week and change the process for mailing unsolicited absentee ballots to Ohio voters, and a sharp partisan fight is expected. Go to Source