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Report: Ohio Lawmakers Must Take Action To Help Driverless Vehicle Industry

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Both outgoing Gov. John Kasich and incoming Gov. Mike DeWine have talked about autonomous vehicles in Ohio’s economy. State lawmakers say they’ve been studying the industry for the last 14 months, and they’ve now issued a report on what they can do to help. The report condenses what was learned over six hearings before the… Read More

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Self-Defense Gun Bill Contingent On Possible Veto Override

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The stage is set for one last battle between lawmakers and Gov. John Kasich after he vetoed three bills in the past month. The House says it plans to take at least one veto override vote, which could include the self-defense gun bill. That bill, HB228, would shift the burden of proof in self-defense cases from the… Read More

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Doctors Recommend Nearly 4,500 In Medical Marijuana Registry

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State officials say doctors have submitted nearly 4,500 recommendations in the medical marijuana patient and caregiver registry for Ohio. The State of Ohio Board of Pharmacy announced on Monday that the number of recommendations now totals 4,440, with at least 3,036 people completing the information online and activating registration e-cards. The… Read More

Great Performances – From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2019 | January 1 at 9


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Great Performances – From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2019 Hugh Bonneville returns as host of the annual PBS broadcast tradition from the heart of Austria   Great Performances – From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2019 continues the long-time tradition of ringing in the new year with the Vienna Philharmonic at the opulent 19th… Read More

Storytelling is Becoming More Experiential with New Available Technologies


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Just reading a story, watching it on video, or listening to it on a podcast or audio book may be too static and traditional for new experiential story consumers. With the maturation of virtual reality, artificial intelligence, holographics, and other forms of non-traditional storytelling, soon consumers will be able to control their own interpretation of… Read More