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Aaron Baer, President, Citizens for Community Values

Lawsuit Filed Against State Over Recent Changes to EdChoice Program

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A suit has been filed in the Ohio Supreme Court by families who are affected by the legislature’s recently imposed 60-day moratorium on vouchers for the state’s EdChoice private school program. The President of Citizens for Community Values, Aaron Baer, says he represents parents and private schools who have been harmed by the law pushing… Read More

Residents of Denison, Iowa, gather for a mock caucus at the town’s library, where they caucus for food — pizza, ceviche and egg rolls — rather than candidates. A multicultural spread reflecting a diverse town.

A National Survey On Immigration Led Me To A Rural Iowa Town Changed By Immigrants

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On a Monday night, a week before the Iowa caucuses, about 20 residents gathered at the Norelius library in Denison, Iowa, for a mock caucus. Latina activist Alma Puga, the organizer, called the caucuses the “Disneyland of politics.” Rather than caucusing for candidates, it’s food: egg rolls, pepperoni pizza, homemade ceviche and carne asada tacos… Read More

Butler County Health Commissioner Jennifer Bailer discusses the county's response to possible coronavirus cases at Miami University as Dr. Amy Acton, Ohio Department of Health, and Miami President Gregory Crawford look on.

Miami University Students Test Negative For Coronavirus, CDC Confirms

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Two Miami University students do not have the novel coronavirus, the Ohio Health Department confirmed Sunday night. The two students spent the week isolated in their off-campus residence while awaiting the results. They were released from that isolation Sunday evening. “The students are delighted,” says Dr. Amy Acton, director of the Ohio Department of Health…. Read More