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Biden calls for sweeping ‘once-in-a-generation investment’ to reshape the nation

WASHINGTON — Standing in the same U.S. House chamber where a violent mob temporarily disrupted the certification of his victory, President Joe Biden on...

FDA lifts in-person medication abortion regulation

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration lifted regulations on medication abortion drugs, the subject of an Ohio court challenge. The American College of Obstetricians and...

Down syndrome abortion ban stands in appeals court ruling

A court of appeals said an Ohio law banning abortions in Down Syndrome cases can continue, reversing the decision of a lower court. The U.S....

Bill would create anonymous hotline for wage discrimination claims

Two Democratic Ohio legislators are hoping to supplement legislation regarding equal pay in the state by creating a reporting system for wage discrimination. The legislation...

After financing xenophobic campaign, FirstEnergy deplores anti-Asian bigotry

There has been a terrifying surge in violence against Asians over the past year, prompting one Ohio company to take a stand on an...

History Thursday: Ohio women brought progress, historic firsts

In a small unincorporated part of Licking County called Homer, there’s a historic marker unassumingly sitting in front of the town’s public library. The...

Ohio abortion clinics praise lifting of global gag rule, set hopes...

While local women's health clinics are optimistic after President Joe Biden lifted a gag rule on federal funding to abortion-related international organizations, they still...

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...

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...

Legislators consider guns, abortion, HB 6 repeal and health department powers...

Update: At 10:45 a.m. Thursday, the Senate President announced the body could convene as needed, meaning Thursday might not be the last day of...
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