But President Donald Trump wants them.
Ohio’s Republican-controlled House passed one of the strictest abortion bills in the country Thursday.
Conservatives have their gripes with the president, but that doesn't mean they can push him out of office.
The hacker claims to be a member of the group Team System DZ, which took credit for multiple attacks against a range of U.S. government websites on Sunday.
The Ohio governor name-dropped Bono, 2 Chainz responded with insightful comments about trap music, and Whoopi Goldberg tried to fix a collaboration.
Since taking office in 2011, Governor John Kasich has not vetoed a single pro-gun law in his state legislature.
The Ohio governor opted for the less restrictive of the two abortion measures on his desk Tuesday, rejecting the bill that would have outlawed abortion after roughly six weeks into a woman's pregnancy.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich vetoed a so-called heartbeat bill and instead signed a different bill banning abortions after 20 weeks.
Kasich has been fighting a crusade against Trump since the primaries, but like those efforts, his vote for McCain won't do a whole lot of good, either.