Politics & Gov

Ohioans retreat into safe groups, crave post-election unity

Ohioans are exhausted during the final run up to the 2020 presidential election. They’re worried about COVID-19, about where the United States is heading, about...

In richly diverse conversation, Ohioans share desire for unity

Karen Smith choked on tears when she tried to explain the year leading up to the 2020 presidential election. “My life became a train wreck,...

Columbus-area driver of the rich and famous wants leaders to relate

A typical week for Amy Pache includes a trip to the golf course, a run to the airport, and maybe an event or a...

Namesakes in landmark gay marriage case oppose Barrett’s confirmation to Supreme...

Sen. Brown on court packing: 'All things are on the table' The namesakes from the 2015 landmark case Obergefell v. Hodges warn that confirming Amy...

Ohio tries to fill economic vacuum left by feds

Ohio tries to fill economic vacuum left by feds

Coronavirus is surging, and a bipartisan state Senate wants to lift...

With a pandemic worsening at an accelerating clip, a bipartisan group of state Senators is trying to lift restrictions cutting off bar sales at...

Universities continue quarantine, testing protocols, as semester continues

Some public colleges throughout the state are balancing staying open with being part of high-incidence counties in the state. Random sampling and other testing...

Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, explained

While several candidates press on with large scale clinical trials, Ohio submitted a plan to the federal government outlining how it will distribute a...

More unemployment supplements, direct payments to families, would provide best economic...

More unemployment supplements, direct payments to families, would provide best economic boost, analysis says

Here is where to drop off your Ohio absentee ballot

Absentee voting has begun in Ohio, with ballots getting mailed out to those who request them and early voting centers open each day for...
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