June 12, 2020
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West G Board Gives Newbury Trustees Deadline on School Property
Akron Schools Make COVID-19 Plans: 'That's About 204,000 Masks A Week'
Dayton City Commission working to increase police transparency
Will taxpayers be asked to fill COVID-19 budget gaps for parks, schools this November election?
Ginther to sign executive order requiring Ohio BCI investigate all deaths involving Columbus police
New Albany-Plain school district officials say they are only considering pilot tracking program
Fall learning could look different at each of Ohio’s 620 school districts, with state in supporting role
Ohio requires fewer hours of training for police officers than barbers. That could change.
Lawmaker fired from physician job; groups call for him to resign seat after ‘colored’ comment
State medical director retires only days before Dr. Amy Acton resigns amid pandemic
PX column: Why Dr. Amy Acton's departure is neither a win for her critics nor a loss for her adoring fans across Ohio
Ohio GOP lawmakers pass late-night bill expanding gun rights; Dems slam as unsafe for police, blacks
Panel chaired by Rep. Marcia Fudge examines voting during the COVID-19 pandemic
Sen. Rand Paul is filing legislation to ban no-knock warrants nationwide
Experts: Police ‘woefully undertrained’ in use of force
Downplaying virus risk, Donald Trump gets back to business as usual
Ohio’s coronavirus patients on average now infecting less than 1 other, state estimates