Circleville Herald
Sudden Oak Death disease detected in plants from Walmart
...lilacs potentially infected with sudden oak death pathogen.
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LOGAN — On July 16, the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA), in coordination with the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service...

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Dayton Daily News
Gee, Kasich want hospitals to get opioid lawsuit settlement money
COLUMBUS —
Former Ohio governor John Kasich and former Ohio State University president E. Gordon Gee are making the case that potential national settlement money from lawsuits against the pharmaceutical...
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Portsmouth Daily Times
Is racism alive or dead in Ohio?
...Asian or Pacific Islander and 4.8 percent are multiracial, according to 2015-16 statistics from the Ohio Department of Education. Around 61.5 percent of Ohio’s black teachers are found in 10 school districts:...
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Fostoria Review Times
Commissioners lend support to charging station grant
...Census Day event is being planned for April 1.

Also during the meeting, Cayla Shreffler, of Senator Rob Portman’s Office, addressed the board. She said she came to the meeting to introduce herself and to...

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Fostoria Review Times
Democrats take a look at a practical health care approach
...plan would force people to give up their private health insurance. Under the Vermont senator’s legislation, it would be unlawful for insurers or employers to offer coverage for benefits provided by the...
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Cincinnati Enquirer
Bribes, lawsuits and cursing at police? Lawrenceburg utility director under scrutiny
...took over in late 2014 after moving from New Mexico, where he ran unsuccessfully for the state legislature while working for a local utility company there.

Indiana allows cities to run their own utilities,...

08/22/2019 Online
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Coshocton Tribune
Half of those who care for people with disabilities quit. Lawmakers say a $2 raise will help
...health insurance through their private companies. Some qualify for Medicaid because of their low wages, Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities Director Jeff Davis said.

On Tuesday, top Ohio lawmakers...

08/22/2019 Online
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Akron Beacon Journal
Sensible gun laws are long overdue
...several colleges with rifle teams.

It may surprise you that this young man's desire for sensible gun legislation is as strong as his love of shooting. Like many his age, he’s grown up under the shadows of mass...

08/22/2019 Online
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WBNS CBS 10 Columbus
Planned Parenthood warns of more unintended pregnancies, STDs after leaving federal program Planned Parenthood warns of more unintended pregnancies, STDs after leaving federal program | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports
...His administration is pulling Washington out of Title X because of the new rule and will ask the Legislature to make up for the $4 million in federal funding that will be lost.

"We will not comply with their...

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Zanesville Times Recorder
These are the few Republicans that may challenge Trump in the 2020 primaries
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And the prospect for a fifth GOP primary challenger to Trump has cropped up. Former Ohio governor John Kasich will head to New Hampshire next month to "take a look at things" after experiencing "an increase"...
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WBNS CBS 10 Columbus
Electoral College members can pick who they want for president, court rules Electoral College members can pick who they want for president, court rules | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports
...courts, the electors met on Dec. 19, 2016, and Baca crossed out Clinton's name on his ballot and wrote in John Kasich, the Republican governor of Ohio who also ran for president.

Then-Secretary of State Wayne...

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WDTN NBC Channel 2
150 church leaders and politicians discuss how Dayton moves forward
...DeWine along with Mayor Nan Whaley met privately with church leaders to talk about gun control legislation and how churches can help heal the community.

"This was an opportunity for the faith community...

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WSYX ABC 6 Columbus
Democratic race for president shrinks while GOP race grows
...would be very difficult for anyone else to run."

The Washington Post reported former Ohio Governor John Kasich was planning a trip to New Hampshire to flirt with another presidential run. He finished in...

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Highland County Press
It is time to amend ORC 733.02 to match ORC 733.24
...Assemble - State Rep. Shane Wilkin and State Sen. Bob Peterson - to work together and introduce legislation to update Ohio Revised Code 733.02, which states:

• "Mayor of city - election - term. The mayor...

08/22/2019 Online
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