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Green Party to Democratic U.S. Senators: Don't reverse defeat of fast track for Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party called on Democrats in the U.S. Senate not to reverse their defeat of fast-track trade authority for passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

On Tuesday, May 12, Senate Democrats blocked passage of legislation to grant President Obama fast-track authority to promote the TPP, which Greens called a temporary victory for democracy and transparency.

Green Party of Ohio Statement on 45th Anniversary of Kent State Killings

May 4th 1970, a parallel to 2015?
Cleveland, OH:   Today is the 45th anniversary of the events at Kent State University in Kent Ohio.  On this day, The Ohio National Guard, responding to unrest on campus and the arson of the ROTC building by unknown parties, opened fire on American citizens exercising their constitutional rights, ending the lives of 4 students. A similar event occurred at Jackson State University in Mississippi a week later.

Green Party, 2012 Green presidential nominees are among the plaintiffs in the "Our America Initiative" lawsuit against the Commission on Presidential Debates

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Green Party leaders expressed strong support for the "Our America Initiative" lawsuit and initiatives of the Free and Equal Elections Foundation (https://www.freeandequal.org) against the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD).   The Green Party and Libertarian Party are among several plaintiffs in the suit.

Green Party: National anti-discrimination legislation covering sexual orientation and identity is necessary to strengthen marriage equality

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Green Party leaders called passage of national anti-discrimination legislation that covers sexual orientation and sexual identity a necessary step after recent court decisions allowing same-sex marriage, especially in the wake of laws in Indiana and Arkansas that uphold a "right" to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans.

The Green Party of Ohio Calls for Candidates for the 2015 & 2016 Elections

The Green Party is looking for progressives to run for elected  office in 2015 and in 2016.  

An off-year election, 2015 provides opportunities for many local offices from city councils to school boards to township trustees. 

Poor women will face more problems if 20-week abortion ban proposal is adopted: Anita Rios

Guest columnist Anita Rios is President of the Ohio Chapter of the National Organization for Women and of the Toledo Chapter of NOW, and was the Green Party's candidate for Governor of Ohio in 2014. She was born and raised in the Toledo area, is a graduate of the University of Toledo, a former mental health case manager, and a wife and mother. Having had an abortion prior to Row v Wade she is dedicated to maintaining access to abortion for all women.

Call to Action

The Ohio Green Party is announcing a fundraising effort to raise monies for a legal defense fund.  As many of you have already heard, the recent court case involving a challenge to Ohio’s law regarding minor party ballot access resulted in the judge ruling for the State.

Green Party urges passage of bills giving vote to ex-felons

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party called for passage of a U.S. House bill that would secure the right to vote in national elections to ex-felons who have served their time.

Green Party calls for a halt to endless-war policies, threats against Iran, Venezuela, and Russia

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Green Party leaders said that provocation and aggressive posturing by the U.S. against Iran, Venezuela, and Russia should be understood as dangerous attempts to assert U.S. political and economic hegemony abroad while maintaining a domestic wartime economy.

Green Party: Flaws in Obamacare exposed by King v. Burwell Supreme Court case should motivate new demand for a Single-Payer national health program

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Green Party leaders expressed hope that King v. Burwell, now under review by the U.S. Supreme Court, would be decided against the plaintiffs, since the law suit threatens more than 8 million Americans with the loss of their health insurance, but also stressed the continuing need for a Single-Payer national health care program (Medicare For All).