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Ohio announces initial vaccine plan

If approvals go according to plan, Ohio will get more than a half-million doses of coronavirus vaccine between Dec. 15 and the end of...

Lawmakers seek Ohio moratorium on evictions, foreclosures

Ohioans struggling to pay their rents or mortgages may head into 2021 without the housing protections and public assistance that have carried them through...

Ohio coronavirus picture darkens rapidly

By many measures, the Ohio coronavirus pandemic is quickly worsening — and that's before any of the effects of holiday travel and visiting are...

State suit against drug middlemen delayed

Ohio's first lawsuit against middlemen accused of overcharging state agencies for prescription drugs has again been delayed.  Originally slated for trial last March, the Bureau...

Ohio utility poised to keep scandal-tainted bailout money even if it’s...

When it comes to billions of ratepayer dollars for bailouts and other add-ons, Ohio utilities are in a no-lose situation.  In the case of the...

Ohio foodbanks call for more National Guard assistance

Ohio foodbanks have seen unprecedented demand during the coronavirus pandemic — demand they say they couldn't have met without the help of the Ohio...

Bankruptcy judge orders lobbyists to explain their role in HB 6

A federal judge handling the bankruptcy of a company involved in an allegedly corrupt nuclear bailout has ordered a prominent law firm to explain...

Ohio’s economic leaders remain cautiously optimistic in monthly financial report

Ohio’s monthly financial report showed growth in several categories, but the state's financial managers remained cautiously optimistic. The October numbers for unemployment, revenue growth and...

Farmers likely to see more multinational trade deals crafted in Biden...

WASHINGTON — American farmers who have gone through the drama and turbulence of trade and agriculture policy in the Trump administration can expect a...

Ohio lawmaker plans bill to rescind health order on biz mask...

A Republican state senator says Ohio should strike down a recent order from the state health department requiring businesses to take a heavier hand...
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