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Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman says he supports parts of Gov. Mike DeWine’s 17-point plan to curb gun violence in Ohio. Portman says he thinks more needs to be done to make sure people with mental health problems are in the federal background check system to flag gun purchases. “I think we can do more… Read More
On Friday, September 6 and Saturday, September 7, Arts West will showcase a print sale of work by the Ohio University School of Art & Design printmakers. Proceeds of the sale, which will feature work by students and faculty, will go back into the printmaking program, which is currently ranked as the #10 printmaking school… Read More
The sound of metal banging against metal broke the calm on the high mesa separating Colorado’s Paradox and Big Gypsum valleys. An old rusted headframe marked the entrance to an abandoned uranium mine that, from a distance, looked as if its workers were simply off on a lunch break. Jennifer Thurston, a local environmentalist, paused… Read More
CINCINNATI (AP) – An attorney for a veteran Ohio Republican congressman says authorities are examining possible “financial malfeasance” in his campaign funds. Mark Braden says Rep. Steve Chabot of Cincinnati was “shocked and deeply disappointed” when informed of possible misappropriation of funds. Braden’s statement says “Chabot for Congress is prepared to fully cooperate and assist… Read More
When a loan forgiveness program for public servants wasn’t working, Congress created a temporary fix. Documents obtained by NPR show that the program didn’t fix much.