SUMMIT: Summer of Solidarity with Ohio Stands Up!

Join us for our next event and fundraiser, a summer social event in Stow, Ohio… food and non-alcoholic drinks included, but cash bar available! Event Itinerary…

6:30pm – Guest Speakers Dr. Sherri Tenpenny and Attorney Thomas Renz, food and drinks, and socializing.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.  Thank you!

Here’s the “fine print” about our event…
Your ticket includes: Admission to our social event with an educational lecture provided by Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, and legal updates from Attorney Thomas Renz. Come socialize with Ohio Stands Up! friends; dinner included with ticket purchase; and non-alcoholic beverages.
Specific location shared after purchase, Stow, OH, USA.

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Joint letter delivered to Ohio Senators and Representatives

June 23, 2020, Columbus, Ohio – A team of Ohio citizens delivered an important letter (download available at bottom of this post) to the offices of the Ohio Senators and Ohio Representatives. Coordination of the team and event was lead by Tom Hach, leader of Free Ohio Now.

The main provisions outlined the June 23, 2020 letter were:

Allow local school boards to determine the best way to open their local schools in the fall, 2020.

Take future budget cuts out of state agencies. 

If you would like more information about this event and letter please email Tom at

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Free Ohio Now Announces Demands

Many are asking what it is that we continue to protest about. They parrot what they hear out of Columbus, that ‘Ohio is open now’. Well, not exactly. The state of emergency order is still in place, the stay at home order is still in place and regulations on businesses are over the top.

To be clear about what we are asking we developed this list of demands.

Please share this with your contacts.

1851 Center for Constitutional Law Sues Ohio Department of Health

The 1851 Center for  Constitutional Law is suing the Department of Health for violation of Due Process. “The April 2 Order fails to provide owners of non-essential business any opportunity for a hearing where the State must demonstrate that such businesses are indeed non-essential and incapable of safe operation.” stated in their press release on April 16th. We applaud the 1851 Center for standing up and defending our constitutional rights.