All Ohioans deserve to live happy, healthy lives. However, a number of existing policies result in too many Ohioans working low-paying jobs with few benefits and residing in under-resourced and polluted communities. We can use Ohio's budget to break down those barriers to a healthy life.
Ohio can be a state where people - whether black, white or brown – or whether they live in a city, a suburb or rural area – can live healthy, happy lives. Ohio’s poor health is tied to structural problems that affect all aspects of society, such as poverty, racism and income inequality—problems that can be addressed with policy solutions.
Two criminal justice reform bills would promote treatment rather than incarceration for people struggling with addiction, and reduce felony barriers to future employment opportunities.
Response to Ohio Department of Medicaid's request for ideas and information related to the state's Managed Care Program.
Here in Ohio, children are already being hurt by climate change, and the harm is projected to get worse.
Analysis of the potential health effects of H.B. 80, the biennial budget for Ohio's Bureau of Workers' Compensation.
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