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Continued use of red-light cameras could cost Ohi...
Continued use of red-light cameras could cost Ohio cities subsidies BLADE COLUMBUS BUREAU COLUMBUS — State lawmakers have proposed slashing subsidies to cities like Toledo that, thanks to a series...
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Ohio Senate votes to ease open-container law in e...
Ohio Senate votes to ease open-container law in entertainment districts The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the...
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Last night the League of Women Voters held a panel discussion in Clifton about Ohio’s charter schools, especially those in Cincinnati. The panel, titled “Charter Schools: Are They Accountable?,"...
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Solar energy gets cloudy in Ohio
Solar energy gets cloudy in Ohio Ohio installers say they’re forced to pursue business out of state because of new energy lawView Larger All current subscribers have full access to Digital D, which...
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Ohio bill would be among several to revise death ...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A bipartisan duo of state senators is working on several proposals to revise Ohio’s capital punishment law. The measures from Republican Sen.
of Cincinnati and...
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82% of legislators mum on making marijuana legal
By Matt Hawout TheNewsOutlet.org YOUNGSTOWN Most people have opinions about legalizing marijuana — unless they just happen to be state legislators. Ask Ohioans, and there is a response. For...
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Springfield red light cameras used for more than ...
The city of Springfield placed bags over it red lights cameras this week, but the debate about their future is far from over in cities across Ohio. A new law requiring an officer to be present at...
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Limits on traffic cameras blocked
Lucas County Judge Dean Mandros on Sunday granted the city's request for a temporary injunction. Toledo can continue using cameras to cite drivers for speeding or running red lights, pending a ruling...
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