A turkey is shown to the press ahead of President Trump’s Thanksgiving holiday on Nov. 20, 2018, in Washington, DC, before participating in a turkey apology.

Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing.

This can fill guests with fear. They imagine themselves looking awkwardly at their plates, waiting for the bruises to end back and forth.

The simple solution is to leave politics off the table, but general bans do not always keep political junkies in line. So here are six bills that are being passed in the Ohio Legislature that should be fairly safe to discuss.

You can make side bends or seats

After giving a second or third aid, someone at your Thanksgiving desk might make a joke about the gym.

Well, Senator Jay Hottinger, R-Newark, wants to make it a little cheaper to be fit.