In a Hudson Ohio High School, students were given writing prompts (642 Prompt Book) that angered parents. Not only were the parents angry, but the school board was told by the Mayor to resign, or be prosecuted.
I’m not sure what to make of this yet, but sharing it should generate enough outrage to shake a few things loose. According to this report from 2019, South Carolina had an AccuVote voting machine problem, and the equipment has ties to John Sununu.
Two incidents involving the same individual(s) were recorded as hate crimes. Racial slurs were followed by acts of assault. The problem? The perpetrators in both cases were black, and the different victims were white. According to a student group, that’s not a hate crime.
The Hill.com reports that former Ohio Governor John Kasich (r) will be taking his “son of a mailman schtick” to the Democrat Party’s Nominating Convention. He is expected to throw some support behind the presumptive Nominee, Joe Biden.
Judge Eugene Lucci has some unpleasant things to say about how Ohio exercised or assumed powers to which he claims it is not entitled after 35 gyms took the state to court over threats of punishment for reopening against the will of the state.
The state of Ohio has set up a website for employers. As businesses begin to reopen, they want to know who has not returned to work, if they quit (resigned), or if they are milking the unemployment system and just hanging out at home.
The New Hampshire constitution is unique. It took to heart, literally, language in the Declaration of Independence. Article 10 gives the people a right to dissolve the government. A town in Ohio just did that.
A company in Ohio that operates “entertainment venues” filed a lawsuit. They sued Smith & Wesson, Remington, Sig Sauer, and other gun manufacturers “because the design of their firearms were “negligently” enabling criminal acts of gun violence.”