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The latest Truth-O-Meter items from Joe Guillen

"Unlike the gridlock in Washington, more than 80 percent of the bills we passed during this General Assembly had bipartisan support."

"A man using bath salts reported that raccoons had set fire inside his home and stolen his cell phone."

Says the NAACP's Ohio chapter has endorsed Issue 2.

A member of the redistricting commission proposed in Issue 2 "could accept a bribe from somebody" and "couldn’t be removed from this commission."

Says Ohio's Issue 2 will create a redistricting commission that will "have a blank check to spend our money."

"Thousands of politicians from across Ohio – along with their relatives, employees and friends – are still eligible to serve" on the proposed redistricting commission.

"Mike Dovilla’s big ideas like expanding the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit, which helped bring films like ‘The Avengers’ to Cleveland, have helped make our state No. 1 in the Midwest for job creation."

"Sherrod Brown and his special interest allies in Washington are plotting to spend over $13 million" to defeat Josh Mandel.

Lorain "is the poorest urban school district in the state of Ohio."

The last three days of early voting "happen to be the most populated days of voting that we have in early voting."

Recent stories from Joe Guillen
Was Ohio runner up in the Sears derby?

Ohio and several other states all were in the bidding to try to coax Sears to move its headquarters.

But when PolitiFact Ohio tried to nail down a claim that the Buckeye State was runner up to Illinois, we found the answers elusive.

Governor's health benefits claim a favorite from 2011

No issue dominated Ohio headlines in 2011 more than the efforts to rein in collective bargaining rights for public employees.

A claim by Gov. John Kasich put focus on a key point in the debate. We picked it as one of our favorites of the year.

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