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At the Supreme Court Monday, a case involving rich conservatives and liberals, their anonymous charitable donations, and tax breaks.

At issue is a California law, similar to laws in others states, that requires tax-exempt charities to file with the state a list of their large donors — a copy, in fact, of the list they file annually with the IRS.

Ohio Public Radio

The Franklin County judge who ruled Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has the authority to order more ballot drop box locations granted a preliminary injunction to allow county boards of election to install them 

Alison Holm / WCBE-FM

A coalition of voting rights groups is joining Ohio Democrats in suing Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose, seeking to force an expansion of ballot drop boxes ahead of the November election. 

The NAACP has become the latest organization to sue the Education Department over the distribution of more than $13 billion in federal aid intended for K-12 schools.

Columbus City Attorney's Office

Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein today released 8 recommendations to reform the culture of justice in the city.

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. 

Ohio Public Radio

Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment to change the congressional redistricting process are opposing a competing plan from state lawmakers.  

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.  

A federal judge has denied the Ohio Legislature's request to become part of a lawsuit challenging early voting rules.

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. 

Longtime Dayton civil-rights activist Reverend Raleigh Trammell has violated a judge's order to begin serving his jail sentence.