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Supreme Court Allows Ohio To Delay Redrawing Congressional Map

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Ohio does not need to immediately draw a new congressional map, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday. The U.S. Supreme Court is currently considering challenges against congressional maps in Maryland and North Carolina. Friday’s order allows both Ohio and Michigan to hold off redrawing their maps until the court decides those cases, which is expected… Read More

Working Toward Recovery: Ohio Town Fights Addiction With Focus On Economy

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This is the second story in an occasional series exploring the links between addiction recovery and a recovering economy. Addiction specialists, business leaders, law enforcement officials and other community members gathered around tables at Shawnee State University to talk about two big challenges in Scioto County, Ohio: a shrinking economy and a growing addiction crisis. The Appalachian… Read More

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Kentucky is Training Veterans for Aerospace, Aviation Jobs

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – A new program in Kentucky is training veterans with aviation or power plant mechanics experience to become Federal Aviation Administration certified. The new Veterans Accelerated Learning for Licensed Occupations initiative offers certifications for veterans and transitioning military members looking for jobs. Stewart Ditto, director of the Kentucky Aerospace Industry Consortium, says… Read More

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Cancer Survivorship: Acknowledging the Long-Term and Late Effects of Treatment


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Scientific advancements in the detection and treatment of cancer have improved survival rates. Even so, long term survivors of cancer face emotional, physical, and cognitive challenges in the aftermath of treatment. On this episode of Defining Moments, Dr. Laura Ellingson shares her personal story of cancer survivorship and how it informs her work with the… Read More