Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved two nominees to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals with a proven record of fighting to strip Ohioans of their rights: Eric Murphy and Chad Readler. Both of their records are too extreme for Ohio, and I will keep fighting against giving these judges a lifetime appointment.

As we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we must remember that Dr. King was martyred while fighting for the rights of sanitation workers in Memphis. 

A few weeks ago, the Ohio Senate began the 133rd General Assembly, the two-year legislative cycle that ends December 31, 2020. I was once again selected by my colleagues to serve as Senate President, the leader of the 33-member chamber.

The idea of applying for Social Security retirement benefits might seem daunting, but it’s not. There’s no need to visit an office. You don’t have to use the phone.

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WASHINIGTON -- Congressman Troy Balderson (OH-12) sent a letter Friday to Chief Administrative Officer of the U.S. House of Representatives, Philip G. Kiko, requesting his paycheck be withheld for the duration of the ongoing partial government shutdown.

Last month, a Texas judge handed down a despicable decision that threatens the health coverage of 20 million people and undermines pre-existing condition protections for all Americans. 

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