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Trump’s $400 a week jobless aid could be just $300. It...

Governors, lawmakers and state unemployment agencies on Monday wrestled with confusion created by President Donald Trump’s executive action extending unemployment benefits, and it appeared...

Ohio school asks state supreme court to speed up decision on...

An Ohio school district hoping to enact a policy to arm teachers is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to speed up their decision in...

Governor’s office: Federal $300 unemployment supplement likely coming

It appears likely that unemployed Ohians will get a $300-a-week federal supplement to their benefits, but it's unclear when it will start, Dan Tierney,...

The Rev. William Barber to Ohio politicians: Refocus policy to address...

A prominent civil rights leader and anti-poverty advocate said Friday Ohio legislators need to be focused on passing bills against racism, and refocusing their...

Senate Republicans introduce another bill to limit health orders during pandemic

Two state Senate Republicans introduced legislation Tuesday that would allow local health districts to opt out of orders issued by the state health director. Senate...

Ohio Supreme Court to continue considering Duke Energy pipeline case

The Ohio Supreme Court will again consider arguments in an appeal related to a natural gas pipeline Duke Energy, Ohio, Inc., wants to bring...

As COVID-19 cases surge, ACLU urges release of misdemeanor offenders from...

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Ohio is urging state criminal justice officials to eliminate money bonds and release eligible people from Ohio’s...

DeWine tests positive, and then negative, for coronavirus

After earlier testing positive for coronavirus, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's office Thursday night said he had tested negative for the novel coronavirus. DeWine, 73, received...

‘Crime rings’ targeting federal unemployment, hurting jobless workers in need

“Sophisticated crime rings” are filing fraudulent claims targeting Ohio’s coronavirus pandemic relief programs and pocketing millions of dollars in benefits, according to the state’s...

Top Homeland Security official vows federal agents ‘will not back away’...

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration’s number two at the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday defended federal law enforcement officers’ intervention in protests in...
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