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Food bank official urges people to lean on Congress for more...

Thursday was national Hunger Action Day and Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director of the Ohio Association of food banks said the facilities continue to see record demand.

New tort law first step in getting justice for sexual assault...

There is no amount of money that can keep Jessica Simpkins from replaying the images of her rape at the hands of a church...

DeWine says his administration wants ideas about how to help distressed...

Ohio Go.v Mike DeWine says he's focused on helping low-income and minority Ohioans through coconavirus crisis.

Ohio colleges scramble to explain sweeping new DeVos rules on sexual...

WASHINGTON — Ohio colleges welcoming some students to campus this fall despite the pandemic face a second major challenge. They also must put in place major new...

Record number of women running for Congress this year with Kansas...

WASHINGTON — More women from across the nation are running for Congress this year than ever before, and Kansas is leading the way in...

U.S. Supreme Court hands victories to religious employers in health care,...

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Trump administration effort to exempt employers with religious or moral concerns from complying with...

Roberts joins Supreme Court’s four liberal judges in striking down Louisiana...

WASHINGTON — In a major victory for reproductive rights, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a controversial Louisiana law that critics said would have...

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...

DeWine wants to help minorities and the poor, but he hasn’t...

As he deals with the twin challenges of civil unrest and a global pandemic, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine spoke passionately Tuesday about the need...

Yearning to breathe free, or just to breathe

Millions of Americans, it seems, feel as if they can no longer breathe. Through the first months of 2020, the novel coronavirus has choked the...
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