NAACP Activist Group Floats Another Plan To Change Columbus City Council By Jim Letizia • Nov 1, 2019 WCBE files A group that has tried three times to change the size of Columbus City Council and the council electoral process plans to try again. Backers Of One Redistricting Ballot Issue Criticize Issue Floated By Lawmakers By Ohio Public Radio • Jan 23, 2018 Ohio Public Radio Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to change the congressional redistricting process are opposing a competing plan from state lawmakers. Cleveland NAACP Doubts City Will Keep Pressure On Police By Associated Press • Dec 30, 2014 cleveland.com A top official with the Cleveland branch of the NAACP says he has no confidence the city will make changes within the police department without federal oversight. Judge Denies General Assembly's Right To Join Early Voting Lawsuit By Associated Press • Jul 30, 2014 A federal judge has denied the Ohio Legislature's request to become part of a lawsuit challenging early voting rules. NAACP Claims Climate Change Is Civil Rights Issue By Ohio Public Radio • May 23, 2014 Climate change has recently been a prevalent item of discussion in the nation, and groups concerned about it are watching Ohio and its energy standards law. Former NAACP Official Fails To Show Up To Serve Jail Time By Jim Letizia • Oct 24, 2013 Longtime Dayton civil-rights activist Reverend Raleigh Trammell has violated a judge's order to begin serving his jail sentence.