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A little-noticed Trump administration proposal would require hospitals, doctors and insurers to post the true, negotiated price for a medical procedure or service, as opposed to the “list” price.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has signed into law a bill fixing what gun rights advocates said was a mistake that could have inadvertently banned several types of legal guns. At issue was legislation approved by lawmakers last year that allows off-duty police officers to carry firearms and limits local governments’ ability… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The government is accusing a vice squad officer in Ohio of forcing women to have sex with him under threat of an arrest. Charges announced Monday also accuse the veteran Columbus police officer of witness tampering and lying to federal agents when he said he’d never had sex with prostitutes. The… Read More
Richland Avenue’s crosswalk has always buzzing with activity. Now that the street’s planned underpass has been pushed back to 2020, both pedestrians and drivers parties will still have to deal with the same issues. Most of the pedestrians are students, who cross the street that connects West Green to the rest of campus. The students… Read More
When asked by reporters whether it’s time for the federal government to hike taxes on gas, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine explains why he thinks that’s not a good idea. DeWine, who wants to increase Ohio’s tax on gasoline, says increasing the federal gas tax isn’t the answer to the state’s problem. “I’d rather for our… Read More
The Ohio House and Senate is exploring its options when it comes to how the state gives money to e-schools. But as lawmakers are discovering, the issue gets complex when considering the different types of online academies. There are digital platforms found within traditional public schools, charter schools, and dropout prevention and recovery schools. The… Read More