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You Said It, Week of March 16-20

Reader opinions from the week of March 16-20: DeWine seeks to push back Ohio primary election to June Leo Barbour: “This will leave public school...

The coronavirus response among Ohio’s neighbors

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s leadership during the coronavirus pandemic has garnered national attention, particularly in contrast to President Donald Trump’s mixed messages and slow...

Coronavirus crisis reinforces need for paid sick days during the outbreak...

Every day, working Ohioans need access to paid sick days to address short-term health conditions for both themselves and their families, and these needs...

Ohio Bar Association gives basics of labor and employment law amid...

With new COVID-19 cases diagnosed daily, you should know how this new coronavirus could impact your workplace. From travel policies to being sent home...

Coronavirus control measures aren’t pointless – just slowing down the pandemic...

Anywhere from 20% to 60% of the adults around the world may be infected with the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the...

The new normal

This is not the story you were supposed to read in this space. This being a news outlet devoted to Ohio Statehouse coverage, I was...

7 lessons from ‘Hidden Figures’ NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson’s life and...

Katherine Johnson, an African-American mathematician who made critical contributions to the space program at NASA, died Feb. 24 at the age of 101. Johnson became...

COVID-19 situation highlights unreliable hours, benefits and paid time off for...

Along with state and local leaders and our fellow Ohioans, Ohio’s foodbanks are monitoring and mobilizing around the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S....

Trump the performer, and his inadequacy to the moment

The thought began with some armchair political speculation a few weeks back: President Trump was putting Vice President Mike Pence in charge of the...

Ohio’s punitive approach to debt collection a roadblock for students

Everyone benefits when students can pursue training and education beyond high school. Post-secondary education helps people become more engaged in their communities and get...
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