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Covid ‘doesn’t discriminate by age’: Serious cases on the rise in...

By Will Stone, Kaiser Health News After spending much of the past year tending to elderly patients, doctors are seeing a clear demographic shift: young...

States with higher vaccine demand will be able to request more...

WASHINGTON — With demand for COVID-19 vaccines dropping in many states including Ohio, the federal government is changing how those doses are allocated. Under the...

Explainer: The proposals to keep Ohio’s redistricting process on track

Ohio’s redistricting process is in a state of turmoil, with a delay in Census data leading the state to worry about there not being...

Warnock works to remedy decades of USDA discrimination against Black farmers

WASHINGTON — The arrival of U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock in Congress earlier this year coincided with an overdue recognition of the historic discrimination inflicted...

Advocates see Biden’s families plan as step forward

As part of his plans post-State of the Union, President Joe Biden introduced the "American Families Plan," targeting low-income families, child care and paid...

Kunze, LaRe campaigning for 15th Congressional District seat

Two more Republican state lawmakers have jumped in the race to fill U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers’ seat in Congress. In total, there are now four...

With ‘Amtrak Joe’ in the White House, states hope for a...

Stu Nicholson has been trying for decades without success to get Amtrak — or any other passenger rail service — to come to Columbus,...

Health care giant acknowledges Ohio suit, says more could come from...

Healthcare giant acknowledges Ohio suit, says more could come from other states

Biden calls for sweeping ‘once-in-a-generation investment’ to reshape the nation

WASHINGTON — Standing in the same U.S. House chamber where a violent mob temporarily disrupted the certification of his victory, President Joe Biden on...

Census data kicks off partisan brawl in statehouses over U.S. House...

WASHINGTON — The announcement of which states will lose and gain U.S. House districts in 2023 was the opening bell for the cutthroat, once-a-decade...
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