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Ohio’s open for business, but its testing strategy is not

At some point, Ohioans will want frequent access to coronavirus tests and get quick results. That way, they can safely see loved ones who...

Tax amnesty program passes Ohio House

 A bill to give temporary tax amnesty to delinquent payers was approved unanimously by the Ohio House Wednesday The amnesty program seeks to boost state...

Officials investigating COVID-19 outbreaks at two Ohio food plants

Health authorities are investigating two separate COVID-19 outbreaks at food plants in Hancock and Clark counties. The Clark County Combined Health District has identified 20...

Bill allowing ‘affirmative defense’ for employers in harassment cases moves on...

A bill that would give businesses an “affirmative defense” in sexual harassment cases has passed through committee, headed for a full vote by the...

U.S. House Dems unveil massive $3T pandemic relief bill; Trump says...

WASHINGTON — U.S. House Democrats unveiled an economic relief package of epic proportions Tuesday in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The sweeping legislation carries a whopping $3...

DeWine noncommittal on extra Medicaid money from feds

State leaders have already slashed half a billion dollars from the state budget, so billions in additional federal funding for Medicaid might sound good...

Trump’s critics warn his order to keep meat plants open imperils...

WASHINGTON — Democratic senators are accusing President Donald Trump of putting workers at risk by ordering meat and poultry processors to remain open during...

Big testing questions remain as Ohio allows businesses to reopen

Gov. Mike DeWine on Friday began “reopening” the economy, or relaxing coronavirus restrictions.  But he said Ohioans would have to wait until today, Monday, to...

Double-digit cuts a sure thing for Ohio cities, mayors say, full...

Mayors of many cities in Ohio agree that the steps taken to stem the spread of coronavirus were necessary, but the impacts of the...

Dem lawmaker introduces tax amnesty bill for businesses, taxpayers

The impact of coronavirus-related economic losses will not fully be realized until much later, according to state officials, but one lawmaker said he’s trying...
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