Progress Ohio en Ohio Supreme Court issues long awaited ruling in JobsOhio case <p>The state’s highest court has ruled that ProgressOhio, a liberal policy group, and two Democratic lawmakers, do not have the right to sue over the constitutionality of JobsOhio.</p><p>"It's been a long, strange trip," said ProgressOhio’s Brian Rothenberg, who had sued on behalf of taxpayers.</p><p>The case has been tied up in court for more than a year. The ruling means the Ohio Supreme Court will not decide the issue of whether the legislature’s creation of JobsOhio was constitutional.</p> Tue, 10 Jun 2014 18:28:17 +0000 Jo Ingles (Ohio Public Radio) 27801 at Cincinnati apologizes for Chabot camera confiscation <p align="left">The City of Cincinnati and Progress Ohio are trying to put an incident behind them involving police confiscation of cameras at a Steve Chabot Town Hall meeting in Avondale last year.</p><p>Two political activists at the North Avondale Community Center last year wanted to record the Republican Representative and his position on various issues. Cincinnati Police wrongly took their cameras at the instruction of Chabot's staff-members. The City has apologized.</p> Thu, 23 Aug 2012 20:58:34 +0000 Ann Thompson 2978 at Cincinnati apologizes for Chabot camera confiscation JobsOhio: Economic boom or constitutional bust? <P align=left>Supporters say it's a boost to job creation in Ohio. Critics went to court, saying JobsOhio is an unaccountable private group with access to taxpayer dollars. Lower courts dismissed the case brought by Progress Ohio and two Democratic lawmakers. Now a limited-government legal center has sided with them, saying the enforceability of the state's constitution is at stake. Fri, 17 Aug 2012 19:25:05 +0000 Ann Thompson & Mark Heyne 2616 at JobsOhio: Economic boom or constitutional bust?