Dayton to host Presidential Flotilla

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dayton, Ohio – Members of the Libertarian Party of Ohio are inviting the public to a Presidential KaBrew Flotilla. The event will take place on September 22, 2019, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Boaters will launch from Morgan’s Canoe Livery located at 6262 Gilmour Road, Morrow, OH 45152.  Participants will kayak approximately six miles …

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Current party leaders rejoice in “freedom of voter choice.”

COLUMBUS, Ohio– For the first time since the 2014 elections Ohio voters will be able to request a Libertarian ballot at the 2020 primary polls. This is a testament to the party’s growth here in Ohio as well as across the country. Current committee executive chair, Harold Thomas, said he is looking forward to “giving …

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The LPO opposes Minimum Wage Legislation

The Libertarian Party of Ohio opposes both minimum wage bills (HB 34 & SB 90) introduced to the 133rd General Assembly.  Raising the minimum will not bring anyone out of poverty, but it will make more poor people poorer. Government interference in the free market cannot alter the value of the work performed by a given …

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LPO Supports Progress in the Reduction of Taxation and Calls for More Progress

The Libertarian Party of Ohio takes positions on many legislative issues and would like to applaud some of these efforts and explain why we support the intention of bills as written today. The Ohio 133rd General Assembly has many tax matters in the decision process we have analyzed. HB 18 (Exempt veterans disability severance pay from …

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Free The Children

Those who want to abolish Academic Distress Commissions such as those in Lorain are right, but don’t provide a solution. We should also abolish the respective school boards, which have repeatedly proved incapable of educating children well for many years. In Lorain’s instance at least, it seems to be mostly not about the students, but …

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