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Neuroscientist Barbara Lipska describes in a new memoir surviving 20 brain tumors, and what the eight-week nightmare of psychological symptoms taught her about mental illnesses she’s long studied.
Dozens of members of Congress sleep overnight in their Capitol Hill offices. NPR’s Scott Simon has some suggestions for how to reform the system at least one critic has called “almost nasty.”12
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia’s state treasurer says he’s seeking guidance from the U.S. Treasury secretary as he seeks solutions for collecting funds from the state’s medical marijuana program. Media reports say State Treasurer John Perdue will release a request for information in search of banking solutions for sales, fees, licenses, taxes and other… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Older Ohioans can get free, private reviews of their medications at pharmacies around the state to help them avoid falls caused by dizziness, drowsiness or confusion. The Ohio Department of Aging is partnering with the Ohio Pharmacists Association in the first week of April. Pharmacy staffers will help identify medicines and… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A congressman who failed to disclose nearly $50,000 in political contributions while registered as a Washington lobbyist filed papers clarifying the date the registration was deactivated, his campaign said Friday. A spokesman for the U.S. Senate campaign of Republican Rep. Jim Renacci said a missing form setting Renacci’s deactivation date as… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio court will reconsider whether a 5-year-old boy should stay with his foster family or move across the country to live with his father’s Native American tribe in Arizona. A Franklin County appeals court ruled earlier this month that the county’s Juvenile Court had given custody of the boy to… Read More