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EdChoice frozen in Ohio omnibus coronavirus bill

The fight over private school vouchers is yet again on hold, this time to clear the way for the state’s coronavirus response. As part of...

Ohio legislature addresses economy, health care workforce, and taxes in coronavirus...

In the hundreds of pages of the Ohio legislature’s omnibus bill to address coronavirus, state representatives and senators attempted to address many of the...

State, abortion clinic lawyers now clashing over health order specifics

State leaders declined to comment Tuesday on orders the Ohio Attorney General’s Office made to halt surgical abortions as part of a coronavirus-related health...

AG’s office orders stop on ‘non-essential’ abortions; legislators, advocates condemn move

Legislators and advocates around the state are reacting after the Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost's Office ordered two Planned Parenthood clinics in Ohio to...

Health dept. issues stay-at-home order; Ohioans to shelter in place through...

The director of the Ohio Department of Health issued a “shelter in place” or “stay at home” order Sunday — basically closing all non-essential...

‘Woefully unprepared:’ How small-scale testing capabilities mar Ohio’s COVID-19 response

The same day the first Ohioan known to be infected with COVID-19 began to display symptoms, the state Department of Health received its first...

State applies for federal program to provide loans to small businesses

The state of Ohio has started the process of enlisting the U.S. Small Business Administration for monetary assistance amid the COVID-19 closures. Gov. Mike DeWine...

EdChoice among legislation up in the air as Statehouse work paused

The April 1 deadline looms for the Ohio legislature to decide on a plan for the state’s private school voucher program. The telework policies...

Ballot issues on hold amid election day confusion

As the pause in the election continues, cities and school districts are left hanging on whether the funding they have asked for from voters...

From a mysterious pneumonia in Wuhan to a wrenched Ohio election:...

In December 2019, the World Health Organization became aware of a strange pneumonia of unknown cause affecting 44 people in Wuhan city, in China.
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