Daily Rundown June 4, 2020

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Axiom considers petition to get rezoning on ballot

Lakewood City Schools superintendent pens letter on racial injustice

Attorney seeks injunction to end Cleveland’s curfews and “imposition of martial law” due to Saturday’s George Floyd protests

Hysteria in Chagrin Falls over George Floyd protest exposes troubling mindset of white America

Mayor Jackson says Cleveland is sometimes perceived to be ‘butthole of the world’

Dayton mayor introduces 5-point plan to improve police-community relations

Ohio State University to reopen campus, football season still uncertain

Ohio lawmakers advance elections bill while removing language that rolled back early voting

Parents, schools eager to return to the classroom but concerns remain

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says he won’t volunteer state as alternate RNC site

Ohio unemployment claims continue to drop, but near total of 1.3 million

Another 1.9 million workers seek jobless benefits as layoffs persist even as states reopen economies

More than 10,000 people have been arrested in protests

2,299 Ohioans have died with coronavirus: Wednesday update

Gov. Mike DeWine canceling Thursday’s coronavirus briefing

Ohio Senate rejects bill requiring written consent for coronavirus contact tracing, OKs symbolic DeWine rebuke

Ohio Senate supports legal immunity from coronavirus claims

Ohio won’t meet testing needed to spot possible coronavirus recurrences


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