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Ohio Senator Introduces Bill to Allow Electronic Filing of Campaign Finance Reports

Ohio Releases New Campaign Contribution Limits

Columbus Officials Propose Campaign Finance Reform

Toledo to hold Special Election for County Jail

Akron Voters Approve Primary Date Change

U.S. Senator Brown Holds Senate Seat Against Rep. Renacci

Ohio State Representative Resigns

Joint Ethics Committee Issues Opinion on Lawmaker Travel

Akron, Ohio Mayor Attempting to Change Primary Election Date

Ohio Bill Regarding Special Elections Headed to Governor

Mayors in Summit County, Ohio Looking to Move 2019 Primary

Ohio House Speaker Resigns Amid Potential FBI Investigation

Ohio’s 12th Congressional District Special Election Dates Set

Ohio Voters Reject Issue 2

Ohio State Senator Resigns after Misconduct

Ohio Congressman to Resign

Former Major Lobbyist Moves from Big House to Halfway House

Drug Price Relief Act Expected to Appear on Ohio Ballot

Ohio Rep. Greta Johnson to Resign to Take Summit County Position

Ohio Secretary of State Raises Campaign Contribution Limits

See Us in Person!

Akron Councilman Indicted on Conflict of Interest Charges

Columbus, OH City Council Approves Emergency Legislation on Ethics

Cleveland, OH to Consider Raising Minimum Wage in 2017 Special Election

Ohio Bill Could Eliminate Unnecessary Elections

Special Primary Election to be Held for Ohio’s 8th Congressional District

Ohio Legislator Seeks to Eliminate Certain Special Elections

New Ethics Rules Take Effect in Cuyahoga County

Ohio Voters to Fill Boehner’s Seat

State and Federal Communications Sponsors 2016 Cherry Blossom Princess for The Ohio Society of Washington, D.C.

Ohio Lawmaker Introduces Bill to Amend Campaign Finance Law

Proud to Be a Sponsor of Ohio Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting

Columbus City Council Passes New Ethics Legislation

Proposed State Ballot Initiative Includes Revolving Door Provision for Ohio Legislators

Happy Birthday, Ohio!

Monday News Roundup

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News Update

Public Hearing Scheduled to Discuss Changes to Columbus, OH Ethics Laws

Cleveland City Council Raises Campaign Contribution Limits for Local Candidates

Cleveland City Council to Consider Raising Campaign Contribution Limits

Columbus Mayor Proposes New Lobbying and Campaign Finance Ordinances

Gov. Kasich Sets Special Election to Fill Boehner’s Seat

Columbus Mayoral Candidate Proposes New Ethics Plan

United States Sixth Circuit Upholds District Court Ruling Regarding Contributions to Ohio Judicial Candidates

U.S. House Speaker John Boehner Resigning in October

Cleveland Councilman Being Investigated by State Ethics Commission

Michelle Mills Replaced on Columbus, Ohio City Council Ballot

Rep. Resigns Seat Following Campaign Finance Investigation

Ohio State Representative Convicted of Theft, Removed from Office

Group, Summit County Council Have Competing Redistricting Commission Plans

Ohio Budget Bill Includes Changes to Ethics and Campaign Finance Law

We Support the Annual Ohio Summer Social!

Ohio House Adjourns Sine Die

Akron City Council Increases Campaign Contribution Limits

No Changes Made to Campaign Contribution Limits in Akron

Akron City Council to Consider Raising Campaign Contribution Limits

FitzGerald Proposes Amendment Clarifying County Contracting Ban

Supreme Court Stays Ohio Early Voting Decision

Ohio JLEC Issues Opinion on Tickets to Charitable Fundraisers

Ohio Lawmakers to Introduce Campaign Finance Legislation

House Bill 483 to Alter Ohio Campaign Finance Law

Ohio School Board Member Resigns After Allegations of Ethics Violations

Ohio Ethics Commission Issues Rule Regarding Payment and Reimbursement of Travel Expenses

Ohio Bill to Require Identification Badges for Lobbyists

Ohio H.B. 295 Introduced

Ohio Lobbyist IDs Not Yet Ready for Pickup

Ohio Rules for Expenditures at Meetings of National Organizations

Contribution Limits Could Be Coming for Cuyahoga County, Ohio Candidates

State & Federal Team participates in United Way Day of Action

State & Federal Team participates in United Way Day of Action

New Municipalities Update- June 20, 2013

Still Fighting for the Cure

Ohio Senate Sneaks Campaign Finance Change Into Budget Bill

Ohio House Eliminates Governor’s Proposed Sales Tax Changes on Lobbying Services

Ohio Issues Increased Campaign Contribution Limits

Lobbying Services Could Be Taxed Under Governor Kasich’s Budget Plan

Akron City Council Raises Campaign Contribution Limits

We’re Going to COGEL!

Ohio Senate Bill 391 Will Overhaul State Ethics Law

Campaign Finance Laws Challenged

Ohio Physician Contribution Limits Struck Down

Join Us for Ohio Night at NCSL!

Honoring the Graduates

Our Own Cavs Honorary Captain for a Day!

Today’s Government Ethics News

Cuyahoga County Advisory Opinion Clarifies Ethics Ordinance

Summit County Holds 2012 State of the County Address

Happy Birthday, Ohio!

Bruce E. Bailey Named to Ohio Ethics Commission

Ohio Joint Legislative Ethics Committee Nixes Lawmakers and Staff from Lobbyist Ads

Ohio Ethics Commission Chair Requests No Reappointment

Ohio Governor Signs Bill Combining Two Primaries

Ohio Legislature Passes Bill to Consolidate Primary Elections

New Campaign Finance Penalties Approved By Ohio House

Another Referendum to be Held in Ohio

Ohio Bill Signed to Create Multiple Primary Dates

Good Ideas Might Yield a Free Lunch

Ohio Statehouse Considers Bar

John Dean and the Ultimate Ethical Dilemma

Social Media Now Employed by Cuyahoga County Council