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Ohio EMA receives nearly $21 million in federal funds

Ohio EMA receives nearly $21 million in federal funds

First responders and nonprofits are among those receiving grant money.
Ohio AG looks to curb illegal liquor and wine shipments

Ohio AG looks to curb illegal liquor and wine shipments

Yost says distributors are flagrantly skirting the law and keeping Ohio from collecting tax money.
Ohio agencies look to reduce racial bias in child welfare

Ohio agencies look to reduce racial bias in child welfare

Civil unrest is shedding light on difficulties that Black children face.
Ohio Rail Development Commission will meet on Wednesday

Ohio Rail Development Commission will meet on Wednesday

The session will take place via GoToMeeting with a telephone link available.
YOUR VOICE OHIO | In this election year, Ohioans want to rise above the numbers

YOUR VOICE OHIO | In this election year, Ohioans want to rise above the numbers

About 50 Ohio news outlets — including Mahoning Matters — in the Your Voice Ohio 2020 Elections project this month began holding online conversations to listen to people talk about what is important to them as they begin considering candidates in the 2020 elections.
Group sues state, Columbus over income taxes during COVID-19 lockdown

Group sues state, Columbus over income taxes during COVID-19 lockdown

“The state first prohibited workers from going into their offices during the stay-at-home order, then passed an emergency law absurdly ‘deeming’ all work that was actually performed at home to have been performed in the higher-taxed office location instead,” Robert Alt, president and chief executive officer of The Buckeye Institute, said.
Cincinnati coalition pushes to dismiss cases against BLM protesters

Cincinnati coalition pushes to dismiss cases against BLM protesters

Attorney says police selectively targeted activists based on the content of their message. "And the message, of course, was that they were standing up against racist policing and brutality," said attorney Jacqueline Green.
Ohio unemployment claims decline for 10th consecutive week

Ohio unemployment claims decline for 10th consecutive week

In the past four months, nearly $5 billion in unemployment payments have been made to more than 736,000 Ohioans, according to the Department of Job and Family Services.
Do you need help getting a ticket refund?

Do you need help getting a ticket refund?

“Give us a call because we might be able to help get your money back,” Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost said.
Lawmaker wants to give AG power to prosecute vandalism on state property

Lawmaker wants to give AG power to prosecute vandalism on state property

Last month, House Speaker Larry Householder threatened to cut state funding to the city of Columbus after protesters vandalized the Ohio Statehouse.