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Despite glitches, 50K who received faulty ballots will have eligible votes counted, officials say

Despite glitches, 50K who received faulty ballots will be counted, officials say

Study: Undocumented immigrants may actually make communities safer, not more dangerous

The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Undocumented immigration does not increase the violent crime rate in U.S. metropolitan...

Abortion-rights and anti-abortion groups in Ohio react to Barrett confirmation

Ohio organizations on both sides of the abortion debate spoke out this week following the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court...
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Far-right operatives Wohl and Burkman indicted in Cuyahoga County on voter suppression charges

Far-right conspiracy theorists and political operatives Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman have been indicted in Cuyahoga County "for devising a robocall scam that attempted...

AG Yost, law enforcement highlight success in latest effort to combat human trafficking

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Monday joined federal, state and local law enforcement partners to announce the success of a statewide anti-human trafficking operation...

Biden in final debate vows an immigration overhaul in his first 100 days as...

WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Thursday night distanced himself from the Obama administration’s handling of undocumented people that led to the...

Trump in final debate slams pandemic aid as a ‘big bailout’ for blue cities...

WASHINGTON — Asked during Thursday’s final presidential debate about why another round of economic relief hasn’t been approved to aid unemployed Americans and struggling...

Columbus City Schools survey alleges lack of COVID-19 prep

The Columbus Education Association says 3,400 educators found a "shocking" lack of COVID-19 preparation as students move to a hybrid learning model. In the survey...

State Senate candidate files defamation suit against opponent

A candidate for the Ohio Senate's 18th district filed a defamation complaint against her opponent in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas. Betsy Rader, the Democratic candidate...

Ohio posts most COVID-19 cases for second time in a week

The Ohio Department of Health reported 2,039 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, breaking the state's previous single-day record of 1,840 reported Friday, Oct. 9. Data released...
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