federal court Federal Judge Says State Cannot Enforce Part Of Its New Abortion Law By Jo Ingles • Apr 19, 2019 Elvira Koneva, Shutterstock.com At the end of last year, former Gov. John Kasich signed a bill into law that bans a surgical procedure most commonly used in second trimester abortions. Now a federal court is blocking part of that new law from going into effect. Federal Court Ruling Allows Thousands Who Were Removed From Voter Rolls To Vote In This Election By Jo Ingles • Oct 20, 2016 Jo Ingles A federal court has ruled thousands of Ohioans who had been removed from the voter rolls must be allowed to vote in this election. Federal Court Rules Ohio Can Continue To Remove Voters From Rolls By Jo Ingles • Jun 30, 2016 Andy Chow A federal court has ruled Secretary of State Jon Husted can continue to remove voters from Ohio’s voter rolls.