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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Our Ohio Senator Our Ohio Represntative Ohio Senate Ohio House of Representatives Jim Hughes Stephanie Kunze Sources: Ohio Supreme court Chief Justice Maureen O'Connor JusticePaul E. Pfeifer JusticeJudith Ann Lanzinger Justice Terrence O'Donnell JusticeSharon L. Kennedy JusticeJudith L. French JusticeWilliam M. O'Neill Ohio Governor John Kasich Structure of the Ohio government Judicial Executive Legeslative Interprets the law Judicial review Most important leader is the chief justice of the supreme court Contains: Supreme court, district courts, court of appeals and lower courts Contains: Governor,Lieutenant governor, Auditor of state,Secretary of state and treasurer of stare Governor has veto power Purpose is to enforce the law Governor is the most important leader Contains the House of representatives and the senate proposes amendments There are 33 senators There 99 representatives Purpose is to make laws The Governor's office Ohio Supreme Court House of reperesentatives room Constitutional principles in the Ohio government separation of powers Represenative government Checks and balances federalism limited government Each branch having different places of work (see above) The governor shutting down a law with a veto The general assembly voting on an amendment on the behalf of the people State controllinggay marriage and abortion laws The fourth amendment requiringpolice officers to have a warrantor permission to searchsomeones stuff Important places in the Ohio Government Important people in the Ohio Government Austin Martin Ohios state government balances our personal freedoms with order in many ways. Deputy Doug taught me all kinds of situations where order trumps freedoms or when freedom takes the cake. One example of this is that the bill of rights gives us the right to bear arms, however felons, people with restraining order placed on them, and people with a history of domestic violence are unable to purchase guns. This balances our freedoms by giving people with a clean history the ability to own guns, but also balances order by not allowing people with a violent past to own them, and therefore protecting the innocent people who may be hurt by them. Another example of how the government protects our rights and also keeps us safe is how police officers have to ask to search your belongings. This protects the rights given to us by the 4th amendment which states that no unlawful search or seizure shall be permitted. Police officers must ask to search your stuff or receive a warrant from a judge. However people who operate on a lower level of the law, like a principle, can search through your locker if they have reasonable suspicion. This means that if the principle has a good reason to believe that a student has something illegal in their possession, the principle is allowed to search the student warrant or no warrant, with or without permission. This protects our rights by preventing police officers to dig through your belongings, but also upholds the law by allowing someone with less authority to be able and search your things if they have a good reason, that way normal people don't have to go out of their way to do simple things. These examples show how the law and freedom can work with each other while still keeping each other in check.Sources: Deputy Doug U.S Supreme court V.S Ohio Supreme court 9 justices 7 justices 5/9 republican 6/7 republican Mostly Women Mostly Men deals with biggest national cases deals with biggest state cases Judicially reviews federallaws Judicially reviews state laws My Sources
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