Newspaper Articles – Jason Hart

Ohio Teachers Union Officials Are Paid Twice As Much As Teachers

Ohio Teachers Union Officials Are Paid Twice As Much As Teachers

Kentucky Labor Unions Try To Slow Right-To-Work Momentum

Kentucky labor leaders are trying to slow the state’s momentum toward a right-to-work law that would let Kentuckians opt out of paying union dues.

Obama Admin Promotes Union Fight For Fast-Food Dues

Service Employees International Union wants to take dues from fast-food workers, and the Obama administration wants to help.

Ohio’s Obamacare Expansion Already $1 Billion Over Budget

If Ohio Gov. John Kasich can fundraise as fast as he’s spending Obamacare money, he’s a shoo-in for the Republican presidential nomination.

Two-Thirds of Ohio Obamacare Enrollees On Medicaid

More than two thirds of the Ohioans insured under the Affordable Care Act are covered by the law’s optional Medicaid expansion, according to figures released by the U.S.

Ohio Medicaid Expansion Runs 33 Percent over Budget in First Year

Enrollment in Ohio’s expanded Medicaid program was 485,462 in December 2014, 33 percent higher than expected.

Ohio Medicaid Expansion Exceeds Projections

Ohioans newly eligible for Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act continue to enroll in numbers exceeding expectations, reaching 401,307 in September according to the Ohio Department of Medicaid’s

Michigan Legislators Succumb to Pressure for Obamacare Medicaid Expansion

Michigan is now moving forward with the expansion of Medicaid under President Obama’s health care law, after a 75-32 September 3 vote in the Michigan House which followed a 20-18 August 27 vote in

FGA Offers Recommendations for Ohio Medicaid Reform

A Foundation for Government Accountability white paper published jointly with Opportunity Ohio detailed eight reasons Ohio should not expand Medicaid, despite the strong support for expansion by Re