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Pensions At The Polls: Will Concern Over Shaky Plans Show Up On Election Day?

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Thousands of union coal miners and their families gathered this summer in Columbus, Ohio, wielding signs and wearing camouflage United Mine Workers of America shirts. UMWA President Cecil Roberts led the crowd in a call-and-response chant. “I want you to send a loud, clear signal that we are one! We are one!” But the miners… Read More

Ohio Field Hockey: Bobcats’ Late Rally Not Enough Against Kent State

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Despite the defensive battle that was the first half of the game — the offense opened up in the second half for Ohio in their game against Kent State in what was a very physical field hockey matchup. Both defenses were ready to play today as the Bobcats saw the Golden Flashes possess the ball in their offensive zone for the first… Read More

What Ohio’s Major Candidates For Governor Are Doing To Attract Women Voters

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Since President Trump took office, thousands of Ohio women have taken to the White House and the Statehouse, advocating for abortion rights, equal pay and lambasting what they see as misogyny in government policies. The slogan “Remember in November” became one of their rallying cries. But will they? In a continuing series the Statehouse News Bureau breaks down… Read More

Ohio Soccer: Bobcats Rout Northen Illinois in First Game of Critical Home Stand

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The Ohio women’s soccer team came into Thursday afternoon knowing the need a win to solidify their spot in the Mid-American Conference with just three games left in the regular season. They had to go through Northern Illinois to take the first step in doing so.  Ohio (7-6-3, 5-2-2) controlled the ball for most of the… Read More