Common Cause Ohio Open Data Advocates Like Recent Transparency Moves, But Also Want More By Ohio Public Radio & Jim Letizia • Jun 1, 2015 There’s an increasing amount of information available online about what state government is doing. Republican Ohio Senate Staffers Use Comp Time To Campaign By Ohio Public Radio • Sep 10, 2014 It’s not unusual for Ohio House and Senate staffers to take a leave of absence to run campaigns. Watchdog Says Lawmakers Trying To Restrict Voting Rights By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Dec 6, 2013 Opponents of elections bills under consideration in the state legislature say majority Republican lawmakers are trying to pass changes that make it harder for people to vote, and in a way that makes it harder for Ohioans to overrule. Changing Politics Involves Changing Political Process By Ohio Public Radio • Oct 9, 2013 Ohio voters who say they are fed up with the current political system often find it’s difficult to change. Many people who study politics say it’s not as simple as voting incumbents out of office. Why Fed Up Ohio Voters Aren’t Likely To Change Culture In Washington Any Time Soon By Jim Letizia & Ohio Public Radio • Oct 8, 2013 Polls show voters are upset with Congress over the federal shutdown.