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Lawmakers debate repeal of nuclear plant bailout law

Lawmakers debate repeal of nuclear plant bailout law

State Rep. Michael O'Brien of Warren testified in favor of a full repeal of House Bill 6 Thursday.
DeWine chose an S.C. health official to replace Acton — but she changed her mind

DeWine chose an S.C. health official to replace Acton — but she changed her mind

Ohio native Dr. Joan Duwve was expected to fill the position but backed out a mere six hours later for reasons unknown.
UPDATE | DeWine's choice as ODH director withdraws

UPDATE | DeWine's choice as ODH director withdraws

"This evening, Dr. Joan Duwve withdrew her name from consideration for the position of director of the Ohio Department of Health, citing personal reasons," said the statement from DeWine's office.
Gov. DeWine orders flags lowered in honor of 9/11 victims

Gov. DeWine orders flags lowered in honor of 9/11 victims

A ceremony will be held in memory of the victims of the 2001 terrorist attack at 10 a.m. Friday at 9/11 Memorial Park in Austintown.
Report: 1 in 10 older Ohioans victimized by fraud

Report: 1 in 10 older Ohioans victimized by fraud

The vast majority of cases are unreported, the editor of a consumer website said.
Ohio lawmakers set first hearing on repeal of nuclear bailout HB 6

Ohio lawmakers set first hearing on repeal of nuclear bailout HB 6

 The House Select Committee on Energy Policy and Oversight will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday.
Ohio Senate resolution opposes defunding the police

Ohio Senate resolution opposes defunding the police

“Less funding means fewer officers. Less funding also means less training. Less training, without a doubt, will lead to more instances of excessive force,” state Sen. Theresa Gavarone said.
Secretary of state: Ohio election night likely will be different

Secretary of state: Ohio election night likely will be different

It could be weeks rather than hours before winners will be clear in local, statewide and national races.
Ohio secretary of state tells Ohioans to vote just once

Ohio secretary of state tells Ohioans to vote just once

President Donald Trump has encouraged supporters who vote by mail to go to the polling place to see if the mail-in vote was counted.
Pandemic impacts struggling Ohio workers this Labor Day

Pandemic impacts struggling Ohio workers this Labor Day

A Policy Matters Ohio report shows wages that trail for Black and female workers.