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State, GOP defend limit on ballot drop boxes to 1 per county

State, GOP defend limit on ballot drop boxes to 1 per county

Oral arguments in the case are scheduled for Friday.
Ohio is only state to have 2 large cities ranked among most impoverished

Ohio is only state to have 2 large cities ranked among most impoverished

Cleveland moves ahead of Detroit as the poorest big city in America.
DeWine orders flags lowered to honor Ginsburg

DeWine orders flags lowered to honor Ginsburg

The Supreme Court justice died on Friday of pancreatic cancer.
Before her Supreme Court career, Ginsburg helped shape women's rights era

Before her Supreme Court career, Ginsburg helped shape women's rights era

Jonathan Entin, a Case Western Reserve University legal scholar who studies social reform movements and a law clerk to Ginsburg when she was an appeals court judge, reviews her remarkable legacy.
Ohio lawmakers urge secretary of state to comply with drop box ruling

Ohio lawmakers urge secretary of state to comply with drop box ruling

“It is your responsibility to exercise your authority to make it easier for Ohioans to vote safely,” the lawmakers wrote in a letter to Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose.
ACLU report says reducing use of cash bail could save Ohio millions

ACLU report says reducing use of cash bail could save Ohio millions

The report also recommends that a hearing to set conditions of release be held within 48 hours of an arrest if a defendant hasn't already been released.
Ohio awarded $5 million for defense manufacturing improvement

Ohio awarded $5 million for defense manufacturing improvement

Ohio was designated as a Defense Manufacturing Community last month.
CEO Jennings said YCSD teachers 'positive' about 2020-21 school year

CEO Jennings said YCSD teachers 'positive' about 2020-21 school year

The governor also gave an update on additional unemployment benefits now on heading to eligible Ohioans.
Overall U.S. unemployment rate continues to fall

Overall U.S. unemployment rate continues to fall

In Ohio, 17,983 workers filed new unemployment claims last week, according to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
Ohio lawmaker plans legislation to end state of emergency order

Ohio lawmaker plans legislation to end state of emergency order

“The pandemic emergency is not over. We oppose this bill at this time,” Dan Tierney, a spokesman for Gov. Mike DeWine, said in an email.