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Supporters share personal stories on racism as a public health crisis

Sarina Herman’s mom was dying. It wasn’t just from the cancer she had, but from the chemo being used to treat it, and the language...

After U.S. Supreme Court decision, Ohio Fairness Act still awaiting hearings

A piece of Ohio House legislation on sexual orientation discrimination is sitting idle in a committee, even after the nation’s highest court said LGBTQ+...

State hasn’t acted, but Medicaid care companies move to pay pharmacists...

The Ohio Department of Medicaid has been slow to implement a law that would enable pharmacists to be paid to consult with patients and...

Five Fuyao workers contract COVID-19; 1500+ more to be tested, health...

Officials are planning to test up to 2,000 workers at a windshield plant in the Dayton area after five employees tested positive for COVID-19. Dan...

Despite big predictions, not much state legal action against drug middlemen

There was a lot of talk by state officials about reigning in prescription middlemen working for the state. But on the legal front, there...

Medicaid director backpedals on possibility of cutting drug coverage, expansion population

The director of the Ohio Department of Medicaid, it appears, is at least partially backtracking after telling a state panel that ending Ohio's expanded...

As Amazon profits soar, Ohio gives $800K grant to benefit company...

The state controlling board has invested $800,000 in public grant money benefiting an Amazon distribution center project in Licking County. That amount is nearly equal...

Amid furor over senator’s comments, colleagues try to get hearings on...

Comments last week by Ohio Sen. Steve Huffman, R-Tipp City, are probably the one thing Americans are most likely to know about the Ohio...

After months of questions, Ohio Medicaid to start paying pharmacists for...

After months of questions and promises of transparency, officials with the Ohio Department of Medicaid on Monday told an obscure state committee when they'll...

Ohio faces second year with no executions

When Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine last week delayed three more executions into 2022 and 2023, it meant that 2020 would be the second consecutive...
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