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DeWine Files Court Claims Of Corrupt Activity Against ECOT

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The Ohio Attorney General has filed an argument in court claiming ECOT’s agreements with its management and software service companies constitute a pattern of corrupt activity. And the claim backs up complaints Democratic lawmakers have lodged for years. The lawsuit goes after Altair Learning Management and IQ Innovations, two companies contracted by the Electronic Classroom… Read More

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Drug Treatment And Rehabilitation Amendment Campaign Hustles To Make Deadline

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While many Ohioans are enjoying picnics, parades and fireworks, members of a group that wants to put a proposed ballot issue before voters this fall are working to meet the July 4thdeadline. A group that wants the state to spend more money on treatment for drug addiction instead of prison hopes to present more than 700,000 signatures from… Read More

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West Virginia City’s Housing Authority Bans Smoking

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – The housing authority of a West Virginia city has banned smoking at all its properties, including public housing units. The Herald-Dispatch reports the Huntington Housing Authority has banned smoking at its administrative offices, company-owned vehicles, common spaces and more than 600 public housing units starting July 1. Authority Executive Director Vickie… Read More

Hocking College To Become Cannabis Testing Lab

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NELSONVILLE — Hocking College will become a state testing lab for medical marijuana, after being announced as one of two colleges in the state to be approved for a provisional license. The Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program announced on its website that Hocking College and Central State University were approved for provisional licenses, pending final reviews… Read More