Public Policy news alerts for June 18, 2019

This issue concentrates on environmental issues critical to the preservation of our planet and environment. Alert State lawmakers seek to "Ban the Plastic-Bag Bans" in Ohio Stories in the news from Episcopa...

Youth to take Civil Rights pilgrimage

Eleven teenagers and seven adults from Columbus area churches will go on pilgrimage together June 25 through July 1, visiting important sites from the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta, Selma, and Montgomery. This Civil Rights Pilgrimage will be a chance for ou...
Tornado damage in Trotwood, Ohio

Assisting the victims of Dayton tornadoes

The National Weather Service has confirmed that 21 tornadoes struck west central Ohio on May 27-28. The hardest hit neighborhoods were in the Dayton area; Trotwood and parts of Montgomery County were struck by ...
Public Policy news alerts header

Public Policy news alerts for June 4, 2019

Alert AG Yost warns of scammers who profit off of severe weather Other topics ion the news This would be funny if it were not so sad:  The Department of Energy is now calling fossil fuels “Molecules of Freedom” and “Freedom Gas” EMPLOYMENT National Partn...

Constable Grants available

The Episcopal Church Constable Fund provides grants to fund mission initiatives that were not provided for within the budget of The Episcopal Church, as approved by General Convention 2018, with a stated preference for work in the areas of religious education....