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ATHENS, OH — Heading into their weekend series with Bowling Green last Friday, Ohio’s offense had left much to be desired in the first 22 games of the season. As a team, the Bobcats were batting just .199, which ranked in the bottom three of all of division one college baseball and scored just 3.14… Read More
The president still promises “a great health care package” — but not until after the next election. His comments come after a phone call with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
WALTON, Ky. (AP) – A Kentucky judge has ruled against a student who sued after he wasn’t allowed to play basketball because he wasn’t vaccinated for chickenpox. In the lawsuit against the Northern Kentucky Health Department, 18-year-old Jerome Kunkel claimed the vaccine is against his religious beliefs. WXIX-TV in Cincinnati reports Boone County Circuit Judge… Read More
Members of the Ohio House and Senate reached a deal to raise the gas tax by 10.5 cents beginning in July. The lawmakers say that will be enough to help Ohio close a funding gap for construction on the state’s roads and bridges. The transportation budget bill, which passed both chambers Tuesday afternoon, brings the… Read More
HELENA, Mont. (AP) – Montana’s attorney general has joined his Ohio counterpart in opposing a Texas judge’s ruling to strike down the Affordable Care Act. The court filing Monday by Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, both Republicans, goes against the Trump administration’s position that the Obama-era health care law… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A former West Virginia state employee has pleaded guilty in a case over a fake Facebook message that was intended to discredit and remove from office an administrative law judge in 2017. News outlets report former state Workers’ Compensation Office employee Nancy Lorraine Workman pleaded guilty Monday to one count of… Read More