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Cincinnati Abortion Clinic Says it Now Has What it Needs to Remain Open

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A Cincinnati abortion clinic that recently lost the variance it needs to operate thinks the problem is now resolved. Cincinnati’s only abortion clinic didn’t have a state mandated transfer agreement with a hospital. Recently the Ohio Department of Health rescinded the variance that allowed the clinic to operate because it didn’t have enough physicians on standby in case of an… Read More

Sen. Sherrod Brown gives his victory speech at the Ohio Democrats 2018 Midterm Election Night Watch Party at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus, Ohio on November 6, 2018.

Legislation Cracks Down on Fentanyl Trafficking From Other Countries

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While lawmakers from both parties battle over politics, there is some movement on bipartisan efforts to fight the deadly drug fentanyl in Congress. U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) says his legislation to create sanctions on fentanyl will give federal officials the tools they need to crack down on opioid trafficking from other countries. Brown says his… Read More

Creator of Death Penalty Law Says Ohio Won’t Have Another Execution

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There hasn’t been a killer put to death in Ohio in 18 months. And the state’s last execution has likely taken place, according to the architect of Ohio’s 1981 death penalty law. But prosecutors say killing off capital punishment entirely would be a mistake. Ohio’s last execution was in July 2018 – the next one, in July,… Read More