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Crime Survivors Wants Lawmakers to Prioritize Needs of its Communities

April 27, 2021

Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice are banding together to ask lawmakers to prioritize the needs of people that are just like them.

A national organization that's goal is to win new safety priorities in states including Ohio, across the country, and attorneys general .... Read More

Lawmakers Look to Overhaul State’s Medical Marijuana System

April 8, 2021

Lawmakers want to do over the state's medical marijuana system also because of parents and physicians. They have all repeatedly asking the State Medical Board to add autism to the list of what they are considering qualifying conditions for medical marijuana. Then, each time it has said no.

Ohio State Attorney Governor to Sue Over the Stimulus Package

March 22, 2021

Ohio State Attorney Dave Yost has sued the Biden administration. It is over it's $1.9 trillion Corona Virus (COVID-19) relief package. It was signing in effect last week. This occurred as deposits began hitting the bank accounts of many Americans.

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Jet Edge is Expanding, Hiring 100 Employees in The Buckeye State

March 3, 2021

Jet Edge, a growing private aviation company, based in California, has chosen The Buckeye State as its operational headquarters. In addition, 100 employees are planned to be hired by the company here as the industry of flying the rich and famous grows.

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Buckeye State Ad Campaign is Aimed at Attracting Businesses

February 12, 2021

The Buckeye state ad campaign "Ohio is for Leaders" launching in September and had a full rollout in January. This ad campaign includes digital ads and social media. However, the major component is billboards. There are different messages tailoring toward the markets they are in New York City .... Read More

A Representative Wants to Reserve Stimulus Checks for Those Vaccinated

January 26, 2021

An Ohio representative wants to see the future direct payments reserved for those who get the COVID-19 vaccine. I don't agree at all! The vaccine manufacturers are going to make a killing at the expense of the public! This is coercion and blackmail! Brilliant idea - Not!- this all comes as the Joe "China" aka technocrat lo .... Read More

Nursing Home Workers Declined COVID-19 Vaccine

January 7, 2021

Nursing Home Workers Say No to the COVID-19 Vaccination

Nursing home workers that comprise roughly 60% of those working in Ohio's nursing homes have opted not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. This is according to figures released last week by Governor Mike DeWine. T .... Read More

Vaccine Technology that could Protect Against COVID-19 and Measles

December 10, 2020

Vaccine will Help Save Lives

Vaccine technology is on the way to protect people from COVID-19 and measles. In fact, Ohio doctors are working on developing it to protect us.

Ohio doctors are working to develop .... Read More

Corona Virus Wedding Rules in Ohio Ignite a Backlash

November 18, 2020

Corona Virus with its potential resurgence has created new restrictions on wedding receptions in Ohio which are igniting backlash from lawmakers.

Corona Virus resurgence has For .... Read More

Police Officer gets a $475,000 Settlement for Discrimination

October 30, 2020

A police officer was paid a $475,000 settlement by the Columbus City Council who voted in favor of this decision. Karl Shaw, an African American male, said he faced retaliation for reporting racism and other misconduct by a superior. Shaw is a 28-year veteran.

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