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The coal power station on the border between WV and PA

Environmental Group Says Greenhouse Gas Reduction Result Of Obama Policies, Not Trump

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The Trump Administration is touting a new report that shows a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions nationwide. But Ohio environmental advocates say the celebration will be short-lived because of President Donald Trump’s new policies. The U.S. EPA says greenhouse gas emissions went down almost 3% last year compared to 2016, and large power plant emissions fell by 4.5%. The Trump… Read More

Fired State Agriculture Director Speaks Out, Shares Concerns About Kasich’s Order On Farmland Runoff

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With a little over two months left till he leaves office, Gov. John Kasich suddenly fired a cabinet member who’s been with him for six years – the state agriculture director. David Daniels says on Friday he was called to a meeting in the governor’s office that had been scheduled a few days earlier, and… Read More

Conversations With The Candidates: Yost And Dettelbach For Attorney General

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The attorney general is the state’s top cop, protecting Ohioans against shady business practices and against crime on the streets. And the new AG will be among the five new statewide executive officeholders who will take over in January. Republican Dave Yost and Democrat Steve Dettelbach are both attorneys. And they both have a way… Read More