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People who want medical marijuana in Ohio say they are ready to vote for Issue 3, even if they don’t particularly like all of the aspects of the plan. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles explains why.

Ohio’s Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor and safety leaders throughout the state are taking part in a campaign called “5 to Drive” that tells parents to talk to their young drivers about five safe driving practices.

Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau

Many Ohioans know there’s a marijuana legalization issue on the ballot – but most don’t know there’s an issue to change the way state lawmakers’ districts are drawn.

A new poll shows Issue 3, the proposed constitutional amendment to legalize marijuana in Ohio, is the one that will drive Ohioans to the polls in November. Statehouse correspondent Jo Ingles reports.

A political action committee has been organized for Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports.

Ron Corby, OGT

The state has pushed back execution dates for a dozen condemned killers.

Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau

The election of 2015 hasn’t even happened yet, but there are already suggestions that Republicans are planning way ahead.

Conservative Christian churches throughout Ohio will soon be getting guides to distribute to members suggesting how to vote on statewide ballot issues. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports.

The results of the first issue on this fall’s statewide ballot is expected to have a significant impact to the future of Ohio’s politics. But supporters say their biggest obstacle is generating excitement for the issue. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports.

Andy Chow

Officials say Ohio’s laws on domestic violence are outdated. As Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports -- they have an idea to bring the state in step with modern day relationships.

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