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U.S. service members will install wire barriers and help monitor the border. However, some in Congress have questioned whether it’s a good use of active-duty troops.
The complaint of inappropriate workplace behavior was filed just before the election of the new speaker is no longer employed there, and an investigation found no wrongdoing. But the Ohio House says the decision to let her go had nothing to do with her complaint. Reducing administrative costs is the reason cited for eliminating seven legislative staffers who… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia revenue collections have failed to surpass tax estimates for the first time in 10 months. Gov. Jim Justice said Tuesday collections in January were $3 million below estimates, blamed on weaker-than-anticipated monthly personal income tax collections. Overall collections through the first seven months of the fiscal year are $40.9… Read More
As Gov. Mike DeWine considers who to select as the next member of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, a coaltion of environmental groups are calling on DeWine to not select Sam Randazzo. Randazzo, who recently retired from representing Industrial Energy Users-Ohio, is one of four nominees selected by a nominating council. The environmental groups… Read More