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The divided reality of coronavirus

Ohioans seem to be living in two realities. Coronavirus cases are soaring, but many refuse to acknowledge it.

Portman, fan of a big tax cut for the rich, won’t...

Portman, fan of a big tax cut for the rich, won't say whether he supports $2T in coronavirus relief

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

Supreme Court hears arguments over states’ ability to regulate drug costs

How much leeway states have to control drug middlemen was at the heart of arguments Tuesday before the U.S. Supreme Court. 

DeWine says he wants to make Medicaid better, vague about protecting...

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says he wants to improve Medicaid, but he's supporting the nomination of a U.S. Supreme Court Justice who could vote to invalidate the Affordable Care Act and possibly strip healthcare from more than a half-million Ohioans.

Big fight over drug pricing heads to the Supreme Court

A years-long fight over whether states have the authority to regulate important aspects of drug pricing will be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday morning.

DeWine’s tough spot shows in Thursday presser

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Thursday provided a glimpse of how difficult it is to be a traditional Republican office holder in the era of Trump.

Power company says utility commission has no power to investigate role...

An Akron-based utility company that figures prominently in a massive nuclear bailout scandal this week told state regulators they don't have the authority to investigate 

Ohio takes first steps toward big Medicaid overhaul

Ohio Medicaid, which provides health care to more than a quarter of the state's population is poised to take a big step in a major overhaul of the program.

FirstEnergy says it didn’t have “strategic direction” of nuclear plants during...

FirstEnergy is trying to distance itself from a massive corruption scandal that has gripped the Statehouse since July, but it's unclear whether federal or state officials are buying it.
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