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State’s top Republicans (sort of) disagree about vaccinating teachers

Ohio's two top Republicans seem to have different ideas about when students should return to school — although one of them wouldn't acknowledge it...

Feds boost state vaccine shipments to 11 million doses next week

WASHINGTON — States will see another increase in the COVID-19 vaccine doses they receive, with the Biden administration announcing Tuesday that the federal government will...

Ohio bill targeting health dept. authority may be unconstitutional, Statehouse researchers...

Some Ohio lawmakers believe the health orders issued over the past year are unconstitutional and reflect an executive branch of government overstepping its boundaries. A...

Mayors: Bankruptcy imminent if pandemic income tax lost

A bipartisan group of Ohio's mayors said of the policies they'll be watching over the next year, keeping the income tax changes implemented early...

A year in, DeWine names panel to recommend fixes to Ohio’s...

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday announced that he's forming a public-private partnership to recommend improvements to the state's struggling unemployment system.  That system, operated...

Lead testing of Ohio children plummets during pandemic

The number of Ohio children tested for lead exposure in the first five months of 2020 plummeted compared to the same time frame the...

Biden sticks with massive $1.9T relief package despite GOP push for...

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said Friday he’s seeking to “act fast” on the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package he’s proposed, endorsing the path...

Ohio House Speaker defends naming anti-vaccine rep as Health Chairman

The Speaker of the Ohio House on Wednesday defended his decision to re-appoint a representative with outspoken anti-vaccine views to the helm of the...

DeWine can’t say when most Ohioans can expect to be vaccinated

The pace of coronavirus vaccinations is accelerating in Ohio, but Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday said it was still too early to say when...

Anti-mask, anti-vax Ohioans support bill targeting health dept. authority

Maskless and frustrated, a string of Ohioans offered tales Wednesday of their personal aggrievement since the coronavirus pandemic began. A woman told of her favorite...
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