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Ohio officials not tracking rate of vaccine refusals

Ohio health officials on Thursday said there's no organized effort to track refusals among people they consider so critical that they've been given first crack at the scarce vaccines.

60% of Ohio nursing home workers refuse vaccine

As the coronavirus vaccine dribbles out far more slowly than promised, many of the people who can get it are refusing to do so. Gov....

Year in Review: Our top Ohio feature stories of 2020

There was no shortage of breaking news in 2020, from the governor’s coronavirus press conferences to the late-night lame duck sessions at the Ohio...

Ohio AG supports religious schools in suit to reopen districts

In a case in which religious schools are suing a local health department to allow them to reopen, the Ohio Attorney General has written...

Death sentences, executions continue to fade in 2020

The numbers of death sentences, executions and public support for the death penalty continued to fall in 2020. And ironically, as it killed so...

Unfinished business: 5 legislative priorities in Ohio pushed to 2021

The 133rd Ohio General Assembly wrapped up its term with a flurry of lame-duck activity last week, closing out a challenging year of legislating...

A presidential election like none other, and now an inauguration like...

WASHINGTON — As with so many other events during the year preceding it, the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden will be a ceremony unlike...

In the COVID-19 era, older adults see time differently and are...

Time in the era of COVID-19 has taken on new meaning. “Blursday” is the new time word of the year – where every day...

The top 10 unforgettable moments of a tumultuous year in D.C.

WASHINGTON — To say that 2020 has been an eventful year in the nation’s capital is an understatement. Amid a global pandemic, a bitter race...

There are good reasons Black people don’t trust health institutions, but...

“To make people trust, you need to become trustworthy….  I think if…communities were engaged in conversation… people would know: ‘You are hearing me, you...
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