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Ohio Redistricting Commission Set to Meet Friday for First Time

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said the first meeting to redraw Ohio’s congressional and legislative districts is set for Friday.
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Appeal Filed After Judge Rules Against Reinstating $300 Checks for Jobless Ohioans

A Franklin County judge has ruled against reinstating the $300 weekly checks for unemployed Ohioans during the pandemic that were discontinued by Gov. Mike DeWine last month. The judge said the law is clear that DeWine wasn’t obligated to continue the program for around 200,000 Ohioans. But the suit isn't over.
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Want to avoid lockdown? You may not like the advice

By Ralph Ellis and Madeline Holcombe | CNN To avoid lockdowns, people in the United States will have to do things that they won’t necessarily want to do, such as wearing masks at indoor gatherings even if they’re vaccinated and having kids mask up in schools, the director of the National Institutes of Health said Monday. “We want to avoid lockdowns at all costs, but that means we’re going to have to do some other things that won’t necessarily be welcomed by people,” Dr. Francis Collins said on A...
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Ohio Sets Date for 1st Redistricting Commission Meeting

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says the first meeting to redraw Ohio’s congressional and legislative districts is set for Friday.
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Ohio COVID Cases Climb to Highest Number in Two Months

Despite rising case numbers and not as many people getting vaccinated, Gov. Mike DeWine says the state will not put another mask mandate into effect.
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Ohio House Dems Call for DeWine to Fire Staff Members

Democrats in the Ohio House want Gov. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) to fire two members of his staff in response to new information to come out related to the nuclear bailout bribery case. But DeWine's office says that's not going to happen.
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Ohio Offering $100 Vaccination Incentive to State Employees

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has announced $100 vaccination incentives to state employees who receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Morning Headlines: 23 Ohio Counties Fall Under New Mask Guidance; Kent State Recommending Face Coverings

There are 23 Ohio counties that fall under the CDC’s new mask guidance; Kent State University is “strongly recommending” face coverings be worn by both vaccinated and unvaccinated staff and students indoors; former Northeast Ohio Congressman Jim Renacci wants the state auditor to investigate any financial support Gov. Mike DeWine may have received from Akron’s FirstEnergy; and more stories.
Tags: Cdc, Ohio, Northeast Ohio, Akron, FirstEnergy, Kent State University, Mike DeWine, Jim Renacci


DeWine Learned of FirstEnergy Payment to Former PUCO Chair Before He Resigned

Gov. Mike DeWine has made his first public comments since last week’s plea deal from FirstEnergy in the federal corruption case involving the nuclear power plant bailout law known as House Bill 6.
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Morning Headlines: Ohio Reports Highest Sunday COVID-19 Numbers Since May; Governors Pin Hopes on Full Vaccine Approval as Cases Climb

Ohio reported nearly 500 positive COVID-19 cases Sunday which is the highest number for a Sunday since May; Gov. Mike DeWine and Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson have appealed in recent days for full approval of the COVID-19 vaccines as virus cases and hospitalizations skyrocket in their states; Portage County Sheriff Bruce Zuchowski issued an official statement over the weekend on the sheriff's office letterhead condemning The Indians name change to The Guardians; and more stories.
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United States: Healthcare Provisions In The Ohio FY 22-23 Budget - Brennan Manna & Diamond

Governor Mike DeWine signed Ohio's Fiscal Year 2022-2023 budget bill (HB 110) into law on July 1, 2021.
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United States: New State Budget Institutes Licensure Requirement For Ohio's Hospitals - Brennan Manna & Diamond

On July 1, 2021, Governor Mike DeWine signed Ohio's final budget codified at Ohio Revised Code 3722.01 et seq., which includes a new licensing requirement for Ohio's hospitals.
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Ohio Utility Agrees to Pay $230 Million for Role in Massive Bribery Scandal

FirstEnergy, a powerful Ohio-based utility company, has agreed to pay a $230 million fine for its role in a truly wild corruption scandal.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ohio, Bribery, FirstEnergy, Mike DeWine, Larry Householder, Matt Borges, Corporate Crime, Leah Stokes, States Of The United States, Energy Solutions Center, State Government In The United States, Vipal Patel, Ohio Nuclear Bribery Scandal


United States: Tax Changes Under The Ohio Fiscal Year 2022-23 Budget Bill - Dickinson Wright PLLC

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine recently signed the fiscal year 2022-23 budget bill, which contains several tax provisions and changes that will affect businesses and their owners.
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Public K-12 Schools and Colleges Can Require COVID Vaccines at Start of School Year Despite New Law

Gov. Mike DeWine says the law that bans requiring the vaccinations won't go into effect until the fall, and he reiterates his hope for full FDA approval of the vaccine by then.
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Morning Headlines: Delta on Track to Become Dominant Strain; Gov. Signs Bill Banning Schools, Colleges From Mandating Vaccines Under Emergency Use

State health officials say the delta variant of the coronavirus is rapidly increasing and is on track to become the dominant strain in Ohio; Gov. Mike DeWine has signed a bill into law that forbids public schools and colleges from requiring individuals to receive vaccines not granted full approval by the U.S. FDA; the Cleveland Clinic will not be administering a new Alzheimer’s drug for now; and more stories.
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COVID deaths, infections rising again globally

By Heather Hollingsworth and Maria Cheng | Associated Press COVID-19 deaths and cases are on the rise again globally in a dispiriting setback that is triggering another round of restrictions and dampening hopes for an almost normal summer of fun. The World Health Organization reported Wednesday that deaths climbed last week after nine straight weeks of decline. It recorded more than 55,000 deaths, a 3% increase from the week before. Cases rose last week by 10% to nearly 3 million, WHO said. In i...
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Morning Headlines: State Funding May Be Part of Progressive Field Lease Deal; Ohio to Unveil 2nd COVID Vaccination Incentive Program

Gov. Mike DeWine says he'll seek state funding as part of a long-term lease deal for Progressive Field; DeWine says the state plans to unveil a new coronavirus vaccination incentive program; a federal bankruptcy judge has given law firm employees another three months to explain in detail the millions of dollars they billed in support of a now-tainted Ohio energy bill; and more stories.
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Ohio to Unveil 2nd COVID Vaccination Incentive Program

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says the state plans to unveil a new coronavirus vaccination incentive program.
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New Law Authorizes Local Control Over Solar, Wind Projects

Gov. Mike DeWine has signed into law a bill allowing Ohio county commissioners to determine the fate of renewable energy projects in the state.
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Morning Headlines: UH Begins Studying COVID-19 Booster Shot; East Cleveland Officers Accused of Stealing From Citizen

University Hospitals will begin clinical trials testing a booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine this week; two East Cleveland police officers are accused of stealing money from a citizen during a traffic stop; Gov. Mike DeWine vetoed legislation allowing Ohio residents to set off fireworks on certain holidays; and more stories.
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Governor Vetoes Bill Allowing Ohioans to Set off Fireworks

Gov. Mike DeWine has vetoed legislation allowing Ohio residents to set off fireworks on certain holidays.
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Morning Headlines: Ohio Supreme Court Declines to Hear Appeal for ex-Cleveland Cop Who Killed Tamir Rice; State Anti-Hazing Law to Go Into Effect This Fall

The Ohio Supreme Court says it will not hear an appeal over the firing of a white Cleveland police officer who shot and killed Tamir Rice outside a city recreation center in 2014; tougher criminal penalties for hazing in Ohio will take effect this fall, nearly three years after the death of the college student for whom the law is named; despite the hype and hoopla around Governor Mike DeWine’s Vax-a-million lottery, a new study finds that the million-dollar giveaways did not increase vaccination...
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Ohio Expands Farmer Incentive Program to Clean up Lake Erie

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says farmers in 10 more northern Ohio counties will be eligible for financial incentives by using new agriculture practices that improve water quality in Lake Erie.
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Governor to Sign ‘Collin’s Law’ for Tougher Hazing Penalties

Tougher criminal penalties for hazing are expected take effect in Ohio this fall under legislation that Republican Gov. Mike DeWine is set to sign Tuesday.
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Ohio Governor to Send National Guard to Southwest US Border

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has announced he's sending 185 members of the National Guard to the southwestern United States later this year at the request of the federal government.
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Morning Headlines: Fines to Remain for COVID Rule-Breaking Businesses; Akron’s Summit Lake Nature Center Opens

Gov. Mike DeWine has vetoed a proposal by fellow Republicans to repay fines to companies cited for violating public health orders during the coronavirus pandemic; Summit MetroParks’ new Nature Center is officially open at Akron’s Summit Lake; the venture capitalist and author of “Hillbilly Elegy” has joined the crowded Republican race for an Ohio U.S. Senate seat; and more stories.
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Governor: Fines to Remain for COVID Rule-Breaking Businesses

GOP Gov. Mike DeWine has vetoed a proposal by fellow Republicans to repay fines to companies cited for violating public health orders during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Morning Headlines: DeWine Issues 14 Vetoes in New Budget; Nursing Home Care Standards Closer to Being on Statewide Ballot

Gov. Mike DeWine issued 14 line-item vetoes in the new state budget; a proposed constitutional amendment that would establish minimum staffing levels for care for Ohio’s nursing homes is one step closer to making the ballot; the Akron Beacon Journal Building is among projects receiving historic preservation state tax credits; and more stories.
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DeWine Signs Ohio's New Two-Year Budget With 14 Vetoes

Nearly two hours past the midnight deadline, Gov. Mike DeWine put out a statement saying he signed the two-year.
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