State Senator Joe Schiavoni Democratic State Senator Wants To Invest Rainy Day Fund Dollars By Ohio Public Radio • Jul 18, 2018 ohiosenate.gov Democrats are calling on the state to release some of the 2.7 billion dollars in its Rainy Day Fund. Cordray Wins Democratic Gubernatorial Primary By Ohio Public Radio • May 9, 2018 Ohio Public Radio Former Ohio Attorney General and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Chief Rich Cordray easily won the Democratic gubernatorial primary Tuesday. Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Outline Positions On Drugs By Ohio Public Radio • Mar 28, 2018 Ohio Public Radio As the May primary draws closer, the four Democratic gubernatorial candidate are talking about their ideas for tackling the opioid crisis. Some Kasich Gun Reforms Already Proposed By Democrats By Ohio Public Radio • Mar 2, 2018 ohiosenate.gov Among Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich’s new proposals on gun laws are a ban on bump stocks” and a so-called “red flag” bill, allowing law enforcement to seize guns of people deemed dangerous. Statehouse Debate Over Congressional Redistricting Gets Heated By Ohio Public Radio • Jan 31, 2018 Ohio Public Radio An Ohio Senate committee is considering a congressional redistricting plan devised by legislative leaders. Revenge Porn Crackdown Introduced At Statehouse By Jim Letizia • Jan 19, 2018 bbc.co.uk Ohio Senator and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Joe Schiavoni has introduced a bill cracking down on so-called "revenge porn." Lawmaker And Gubernatorial Candidate Wants State To Offer Grants To Improve Broadband Access By Ohio Public Radio • Sep 7, 2017 ohiosenate.gov 300 thousand Ohio households and more than 88 thousand business have no broadband internet access. State Lawmaker Wants To Return Money To Public Schools After EnrollIment Audits By Ohio Public Radio • Aug 8, 2017 Ohio Public Radio A Democratic state lawmaker has introduced a bill designed to plug a potential hole in education funding and accountability. Major Party Gubernatorial Candidates Weigh In On State's Lawsuit Against Drug Makers By Ohio Public Radio • Jun 2, 2017 Ohio Public Radio Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's lawsuit against five drug companies is drawing mixed reaction from Republican and Democratic gubernatorial candidates. Senator Calls For Using State Rainy Day Funds To Combat Opioid Epidemic By Ohio Public Radio • May 18, 2017 ohiosenate.gov A Democratic State Senator and gubernatorial candidate is joining the Republican Attorney General in calling for the use of money from Ohio's rainy day fund to help battle the opioid epidemic . Ohio Senate Minority Leader Stepping Down To Focus On Gubernatorial Run By Associated Press & Ohio Public Radio • Apr 20, 2017 Ohio Public Radio Ohio Senate Minority Leader Joe Schiavoni is leaving his post to devote more time to his gubernatorial bid. Ohio Senate Minority Leader Will Run For Governor Next Year By Associated Press & Ohio Public Radio • Mar 2, 2017 Ohio Public Radio Ohio Senate Minority Leader Joe Schiavoni says he will run for governor next year. Ryan Won't Run For Governor By Associated Press • Mar 1, 2017 timryan.house.gov Ohio Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan has decided against running for governor next year. A Look At Whether Latest "Right-To-Work" Bill In Ohio Will Pass By Ohio Public Radio • Feb 18, 2017 cincinnatienquirer.com In the last two legislative sessions, at least one Republican state lawmaker has introduced a bill changing the rules for union dues and membership for public employees. Yost Will Run For Attorney General By Associated Press • Jan 25, 2017 Ohio Public Radio Republican State Auditor David Yost has announced he's running for attorney general next year. SUPCO Justice Considering Gubernatorial Run By Associated Press • Jan 4, 2017 supremecourt.ohio.gov The lone Democratic statewide office holder says he is considering stepping down from his post at year's end to run for governor. Senate Minority Leader Ready For Gubernatorial Run By Ohio Public Radio • Dec 2, 2016 Ohio Public Radio Ohio Senate Minority Leader Joe Schiavoni says he's ready to run for Governor in 2018. ECOT Spending Money On Ads In Fight With ODE By Associated Press • Aug 5, 2016 Ohio's largest online charter school operator has taken its dispute with the state over attendance records to the courts and the airwaves.