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Buckeye Institute asks U.S. Supreme Court to review ‘right-to-work’ case

An Ohio think tank is asking the Supreme Court of the United States to review a case in which they say a teacher should...

Ohio economists say return to school will boost the economy

Gov. Mike DeWine is trying to get Ohio students back in the classroom by March and he plans to give adults who work in...

DeWine won’t commit to putting consumer advocate on utility commission

Last week, as he rejected a list of four possible nominees to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine said he might...

Ohio to boost rapid, at-home coronavirus testing

As Ohio struggles with a painfully limited supply of coronavirus vaccine, it is spending $50 million on rapid, at-home tests in order to quickly...

Vaccine still distant for most Ohioans

The first round of coronavirus vaccinations for the highest-priority Ohioans is wrapping up.  But with supplies static and millions more in line behind them, as...

Ohio’s vaccine rollout continues to hit speed bumps

Ohio's vaccine rollout continues to hit speed bumps

Locals share climate change goals, urge U.S. Senator to push Appalachian...

As the tide changes in Congress, public policy advocates, environmental experts and residents of Appalachia made their cases to one of Ohio's U.S. senators...

Biden rolls out $1.9 trillion emergency package to battle pandemic and...

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden is calling on Congress to approve a sweeping package for economic and pandemic relief with a price tag twice...

DeWine vetoes bill removing Ohio county fair restrictions

For the third time, Gov. Mike DeWine has vetoed a bill from the Ohio legislature targeting the state health department’s ability to respond to...

Help is on the way, but hunger still confronts a vast...

When Congress passed a $900 million covid-relief package just before Christmas, it contained good news for legions of desperate Americans. But one of Ohio's...
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