Ohio has an opportunity to be a leader in reasonable gun reform measures.
The case of the naked man who killed four in a Tennessee Waffle House should make lawmakers feel ashamed.
Governor previously proposed package of policies to reduce gun violence in the state.
Cleland’s Outdoor World hopes to make brunch, discussion a quarterly event.
“I hope my city and the other communities will go it alone rather than leave Toledo in effective control of this basic resource,” writes Joseph Pflager of Maumee.
The Washington Local school board should prioritize the educational experience of the district’s students, writes Roger Smith of West Toledo.
The Parkland students are great representatives of the quality of the education American students have access to in public schools, writes Rick Brimmer.
Larry Pratt was invited by student group, discussed elimination of gun-free zones.
Didn’t James Worley just have the best opportunity to express himself and his case, asks Eric Simon of Maumee.
“We will come through this ‘Red Scare’ unscathed, just as we did the first two,” writes Robert Kelso of Sylvania.