So far most of the talk has been about the past.
During a live televised debate debate Monday night in
Those are all issues that, in the view of Democratic nominee
He's also accused of having permitted a culture of discrimination in the
Issue 1, on the ballot
His answer justified the pivot to Issue 1 by noting, correctly, that drugs is a big problem in the economy -- "they are slowing our economy down" -- because employers can't find enough drug-free workers. He said he had a plan for the drug problem and then said
On the opioid epidemic, he called
"Throwing people off the rolls would be a bad thing for
A huge proportion, about a third, of
Feeling the heat,
"Family's at the core of everything
Most Ohioans have to be getting frustrated with the constant back and forth over who tested the rape kits and who wants to let drug traffickers go free.
We have a race in which the two candidates are neck and neck. Voters want to hear about prescriptions, all right -- prescriptions for an
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