Daily Rundown June 26, 2020

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Coronavirus: No remote learning for DPS students unless DeWine shuts schools, Lolli says

Funding and Police Reform, Sinclair Community College takes a stand against racism


APS taking steps to avoid ‘summer slide’


Wickliffe to begin strategic planning for Euclid Corridor revitalization


Orange, Solon schools’ treasurers react differently to passage of House Bill 164


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson approves final piece of $100-million incentive package for Sherwin-Williams headquarters


Takoda: Dayton police implement policy changes after death


Partnership aims to create housing ‘Success Bridge’ for Columbus State students

‘An attack on our government:’ Householder threatens splitting Cap Square from Columbus after protests

Eliminating ‘no-knock’ warrants and demilitarizing police proposed by Columbus council

DeWine says masks are important -- but he won't make them mandatory


Despite pandemic, Trump administration urges Supreme Court to end Affordable Care Act


Second stimulus check: Lawmakers mixed on who gets money and when


Audit: US sent $1.4B in virus relief payments to dead people


US consumer spending up 8.2%, partly erasing record plunge


Supreme Court denies Ohio groups’ request for leeway in signature-gathering


Ohio has had 47,651 coronavirus cases, up 892: Thursday update

Ohio logs fourth highest number of COVID-19 cases, sees more younger patients

Q&A: Is Ohio experiencing an alarming coronavirus surge? What does the latest data mean?

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