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Ohio’s Civil Rights Commission Weighs Final Decision On Discrimination Case

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Ohio's civil rights commission is weighing a final decision in a five-year-old case in which a landlady discriminated against undercover fair housing testers. A 2009 complaint by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission claims that Helen Grybosky told testers with disability dogs that pets weren't allowed or required an extra deposit. A second complaint claims the… Read More

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Afternoon Audio Update September 25


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The Ohio Civil Rights Commision will meet Thursday to settle a matter involving a landlady caught discriminating against tenants. Counties in eastern Kentucky has begun enrolling families in an asthma care program. The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Workers' Compensation Program are making changes to the 2010 Black Lung Benefits Act to help coal… Read More

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Officials Looking Ahead After Jacksonville Police Dept. Disbandment

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Days after Jacksonville officials announced it would disband its police department, the police chief and surrounding communities are looking for a new solution. "It puts everyone in a real bind," said Doug Davis, mayor of Trimble. Trimble contracted with Jacksonville for police presence within its village, so now it, like Jacksonville, will have to rely… Read More