Biz & Labor

House Agriculture panel probes ‘systemic’ USDA discrimination against Black farmers

WASHINGTON  — The House Agriculture Committee on Thursday heard about how Black farmers have faced decades of racial discrimination in their dealings with the...

Increases in royalties paid by oil and gas producers, lease rates...

Interior Department officials indicated Thursday the Biden administration would change some federal oil and gas policies in an effort to roll back the aggressive...

Local control, or killing renewables? Bill sparks debate

A bill that would allow neighbors to block wind turbines and solar arrays in the rural corners of Ohio is sparking an intense debate...

Slow progress improving state vaccine website

Millions of additional Ohioans are becoming eligible for a coronavirus vaccine, but the state's website intended to help you find a shot continues not...

Should Ohio businesses have their COVID-19 health violations expunged?

Last spring, a Tiffin bar was caught serving alcohol for on-site consumption when Ohio bars were supposed to be closed. In the fall, a Parma...

Book spotlights Ohio hospital and the fractured health care system it...

Keith Swihart couldn’t afford his insulin, so he started rationing it out or skipping doses. It wasn’t laziness — Swihart had been working since he...

Collapsing union pension plans win long-sought help from rescue package

WASHINGTON — Tucked in the Democrats’ massive coronavirus stimulus package was a long-awaited solution for a financial ticking time bomb: private pension funds on...

Ohio Senate plan ramps up public transit funding. Will the increase...

Some want to see lowering of electric vehicle fees It’s been something of a wild ride for public transportation funding during the budget negotiation process...

Yost sues Biden admin. for ‘unconstitutional’ part of relief package

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is taking legal action in opposition to a provision in the federal COVID-19 package restricting local governments in how...

Ohio dramatically expands vaccine eligibility while other numbers go up

Ohio dramatically expands vaccine eligibility while other numbers go up
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