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Ohio Medicaid Expansion Tied to Anti-Life Policies

Ohio Medicaid Expansion Tied to Anti-Life Policies

Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain’t goin’ away. (Elvis Presley) If we can say anything good about President Obama’s health law it is that it has forced us as citizens to delve into the intricate details of where our tax monies are being spent under an

Ohio Conservative Review Featured on Popular Political Blog

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ohio Conservative Review Featured on Popular Political Blog Thursday, May 9, 2013 Launched May 8th, Ohio Conservative Review (OCR) has already been featured on one of Ohio’s most popular political blogs, Third Base Politics.  The post featured on 3BP’s website was a commentary on the ideals that OCR’s writers expressed in numerous

Kasich, Portman Should Brace for Consequences

The conservative Republican base will not tolerate reversals on core issues. The Ohio conservative Republican base is showing unprecedented anger and frustration, usually reserved for Democrats, with their own party leaders. Unlike in the past, these conservatives are more than prepared to dish out consequences, especially to those they feel have betrayed them. Unfortunately, Governor

One Heartbeat Away

As historic legislation passes in other states, Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill awaits an uncertain fate. Ohio’s Heartbeat Bill may have been pronounced dead during the last session of the Ohio Senate, but it could get a second chance at life in 2013 (unlike those it aims to protect). Five months ago, then-Senate President Tom Niehaus (R-New

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