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West Virginia Attorney General Backs Right-to-Work Law

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s attorney general has appealed a judge’s ruling blocking the state’s new right-to-work law from taking effect while the court challenge against it continues. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has asked the state Supreme Court to vacate the preliminary injunction, arguing that the state AFL-CIO and other unions that sued won’t… Read More

Make a Little Birdhouse in Your Soul for NMF ’17


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Earlier today Stuart’s Opera House announced a third round of acts for the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival, which will take place at Robbins Crossing in Nelsonville June 1-4. They Might Be Giants, Jenny Lewis, Max Knouse, Chris Biester, Apple and the Moon, St. Lenox, Ona, Jay Som, Mr. Elevator, The Cactus Blossoms, and Shannon and the… Read More

Advocates For Homeless Challenge Voting Rules To U.S. Supreme Court

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CLEVELAND (AP) – Advocates for the homeless are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to consider their challenge to Ohio’s voting rules governing provisional and absentee ballots. The Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, the Columbus Coalition for the Homeless and the Ohio Democratic Party filed their petition Friday. The groups say many minority voters have… Read More