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Health policy researchers say Trump may not be able to pay for the cards, which fall short of lasting policy changes to curb high drug prices.
The conservative federal judge is just 48 years old and could affect social policy for generations to come if confirmed by the majority-Republican Senate.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A lawyer for the Ohio Democratic Party says Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose’s evolving public statements and erratic actions prior to issuing a directive limiting ballot drop boxes to one per county prove his order is not reasonable. The lawyer made the remarks before a three-judge panel of a state… Read More
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (OVR) — Governors, Secretaries of State, and other state and local election officials throughout the Ohio Valley are preparing for an unprecedented election during a global pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced local governments to change practices that have been the same for decades, and to do so in a highly charged political… Read More
CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio University football team will take the field this fall. The Mid-American Conference, the first major college football league to postpone its season, has become the final one to jump back in. That makes it 10 out of 10 conferences that will play in the fall. University presidents in the Big… Read More
The Florida judge has been on the federal bench for just about a year. She became controversial for not recusing herself from a felon voting rights case.
After the Trump administration made last-minute changes that shortened the 2020 census schedule, a federal judge in California has ordered it to extend counting for another month.
In the before times, Radio Free Athens’ volunteer DJs filled the WOUB AM airwaves most Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 8p.m. EDT. We’ll be back at it in time, but for now we are supplying weekly playlists and accompanying memes. From Michael T. Isolation 25: Sunshine Pop – Exactly what 2020 needs It is only… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Gov. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) is rolling out updated guidelines for businesses and organizations to operate in the colder months to come and medical experts are sharing advise on how people can prepare for indoor visits that can still mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. Dr. Mark Weir is director of… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Athens County has now had 669 total cases of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic after 16 cases were confirmed Friday. The Athens City-County Health Department confirmed the news in a press release sent September 25. Analysis of Ohio Department of Health data indicates 12 of these new cases involved… Read More
There’s still much that is unknown. But Dr. Denise Jamieson, chair of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at Emory Healthcare, says recent findings “should be somewhat reassuring.”
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — FirstEnergy is responding to a civil case filed against the company by Attorney General Dave Yost (R-Ohio) saying the utility company plans to “vigorously” defend itself. FirstEnergy spokesperson Jennifer Young says the company has followed the law when it comes to making political contributions. “The attorney general’s lawsuit unjustly targets… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — News pundits are speculating that if Democrat Joe Biden wins the election, President Trump might claim voter fraud and work with states to have their electoral votes awarded to him. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said if that happened, he would not work with the Trump campaign to hand the… Read More
Ken Neben graduated with a telecommunications degree in 1997 ATHENS, OH – Many come to Ohio University because they know they want to get into media. But MSNBC Director Ken Neben had a different story. After four years in the U.S. Navy, Neben came to Athens and discovered his love for media through work at… Read More