1851 Center for Constitutional Law Gyms Sue ODH To Reopen By Mike Foley • May 12, 2020 Thirty five independent gyms across the state have joined together in filing a lawsuit against the Ohio Health Department asking for the reopening of fitness centers. Federal Judge Rejects Columbus Bridal Shop Lawsuit Over COVID-19 Restrictions By Associated Press & Mike Foley • Apr 22, 2020 Ohio Public Radio A federal judge has rejected a Columbus bridal shop's lawsuit seeking a temporary restraining order allowing it to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Group Joins Columbus Bridal Shop Suing State Over COVID-19 Restrictions By Ohio Public Radio • Apr 21, 2020 Ohio Public Radio A libertarian group is joining with a Columbus bridal shop in filing a lawsuit against Ohio's stay at home order, saying the state must hold hearings for businesses that have been shut down. Critic Says Issue 1 Includes A Tax Increase, But Budget Director Says That’s Not True By Karen Kasler (Ohio Public Radio) • May 5, 2014 The only issue on Tuesday’s statewide ballot has no organized opposition. But the bond issue to raise money for local infrastructure construction and repair projects does have a few critics in the Tea Party. Conservative Groups Sue State Over Medicaid Expansion Plan By Associated Press • Oct 22, 2013 Anti-abortion groups and six Republican lawmakers in Ohio are suing the state over a move to fund an expansion of the Medicaid health program. Tea Party Group Says It Was Targeted By IRS By Jim Letizia & Associated Press & Ohio Public Radio • May 17, 2013 The Tea Party backed 1851 Center for Constitutional Law is adding its name to conservative groups saying they were harassed by the IRS. Tea Party To Back GOP Primary Challengers By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Feb 26, 2013 Ohio Tea Party activists say they will back Republican candidates who challenge any GOP lawmakers voting for the expansion of Medicaid.