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Will it be a ‘V’ or a ‘K’? The many shapes...

Recessions – typically defined as two consecutive quarters of declining economic output – are always painful in terms of how they affect our economic...

65% of Ohioans now living in counties with ‘very high’ levels...

Thursday was Ohio’s worst day of the pandemic and all evidence suggests things are likely to worsen, according to interviews and new state data. Nearly...

State financial report shows declines in unemployment, personal income

Despite decreases in most economic growth categories, including personal income, a monthly financial report said Ohio’s economic recovery was ahead of the national recovery. The...

Federal rural health panel offers little help for the public on...

WASHINGTON — The pandemic is ripping through rural America, but the website for a federal advisory panel on rural health is silent on COVID-19. The...

Ohio Supreme Court candidates talk impartiality, inequity

The roles Ohio Supreme Court justices should avoid are just as important as the roles they do play, according to justices and the judges...

No, the new coronavirus did not originate in Pike County, Ohio

Despite claims from a local health department, a lawsuit seeking to halt all COVID-19 health orders, and media reports, there is no reason to...

Mailbag: We might not know who won Ohio on Election Day....

There is Supreme Court confirmation drama underway in Washington, D.C., but the necessity of reading the Ohio Capital Journal is a well-established super-precedent. It’s...

DeWine speaks up for popular parts of the ACA, but not...

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine speaks up for popular parts of the ACA, but not the one providing healthcare to 500,000 low-income Ohioans

Local teachers union strikes over school COVID-19 plans

GAHANNA — A Franklin County teachers union voted to strike Tuesday in protest of the Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District’s hybrid learning model, created as...

With CARES Act funding drying up, Ohio joins nation in finding...

While child care centers are still in need of support to make it through the pandemic, Ohio was not alone in having to find...
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