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15 January 2014
The Problem Over forty years after the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision established abortion to be a constitutional right, the state of Ohio has begun to deny women their ability to exercise it. Three abortion clinics were shuttered...
13 January 2014
Concerned residents of the Village of Yellow Springs held a community forum to better understand and discuss the merits of a proposed $1 million bond issue to support infrastructure for a business park on the edge of that storied Ohio town...
09 January 2014
In a major victory for Ohio’s four minor political parties, the so-called “John Kasich Re-election Protection Act” was struck down on Tuesday, January 7, 2014. The Libertarian, Green and Constitution Parties had sued to stop the bill that...
09 January 2014
USEC Inc., the company building the American Centrifuge Plant (ACP) to enrich uranium at Piketon, OH, announced it will file for bankruptcy in the first quarter of 2014. USEC said they are restructuring to pay off $530 million in debts to...
09 January 2014
Taxpayers beware! Encouraging granny to gamble may be the only way that Columbus and Franklin County residents can avoid an unexpected $100 million increase in the cost of the publicly financed Nationwide Arena, according to the Columbus...
19 December 2013
During the holiday season of 2000, millions of Americans were still waiting for a PlayStation 2, a video game console manufactured by SONY. The billion-dollar multinational corporation from Japan was telling American children the reason...

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