Columbus City Council President Pro Tem Michael Stinziano announces run for Franklin County Auditor

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Michael Stinziano, who currently serves as Columbus City Council President Pro Temp, has officially announced his run for Franklin County Auditor. Michael has been serving on Columbus City Council since February, 2016 Stinziano begin his carer in politics in 2013 serving as State Representative for the 18th house district, which includes Bexley, Franklinton, German Village, Grandview Heights, the Hilltop, Olde Towne East, … Read More

H.R. 521

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Should Congress vote to allow only one health insurance option to be exempt from the individual mandate tax penalty?   House Resolution 521, a bill that if passed, intends to provide an exemption to the individual mandate to maintain health coverage for individuals residing in counties with fewer than two health insurance issuers plans on an exchange was first introduced … Read More

And the 45th continues,

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Trump has said, time after time that he promises to eradicate the Johnson Amendment, both before and after his election. However, the executive order isn’t close to eradication. Due to the Johnson Amendment being a part of the tax code, only Congress can repeal it, or it could be struck down in court.   This bill would strip away the … Read More

College Students should continue to have faith in the Political Process by Daniel Woodley

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What actions steps should college students who are the future leaders of America do to continue the work of the unforgettable 1960`s Civil Rights Movement. One way, is to continue voting and remain heavily engaged in the political process. During the 1960`s, Civil Rights leaders were severely mistreated throughout their journey of attempting to achieve social justice. The entire movement … Read More