Three of four will be newcomers to debate stage.
The latest edition of Maumee Dearest from The Blade’s Kirk Walters.
The board members gave unanimous approval after reviewing petitions for valid signatures and voting addresses.
The bipartisan bill would recognize pushing drugs on trafficking victims as a form of coercion.
Jon Stainbrook refuses to go without a fight, and the future of the Lucas County Republican Party hangs in the balance.
Joe Schiavoni’s gubernatorial run is informed, substantive, and injects further life into the race.
If nothing is done about guns now, argues Don Decker of Holland, we will still be lamenting the government’s lack of action in 2038.
The objective of a hospital should be to take care of those in need. ProMedica has proven its commitment to that mission.
State law should allow citizens to decide if they want the equivalent of no-fault insurance by making it an option to purchase.
Mass violence “cannot be stopped without a psychological understanding of how these incidents occur,” writes Robert Groh of Maumee.