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How Tuesday’s Primary Emboldened Team Householder in Fight Over Leadership of Ohio House

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This Tuesday’s primary election could have a big impact on who gets elected by state lawmakers to be the House Speaker next week. Even before former Speaker Cliff Rosenberger resigned in April amid questions about an FBI inquiry that involved him, there were two candidates who wanted to be the next speaker. On one side… Read More

Talks In Opioid Lawsuits Called ‘Very Fruitful’

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Attorneys handling hundreds of lawsuits over the opioid crisis say they’re making progress in discussions between local governments and drug companies. U.S. District Judge Dan Aaron Polster held a brief public hearing today to discuss the suits brought by cities, counties Native American tribes and others against drug makers and distributors. Francis McGovern, one of three special… Read More