Daily Rundown July 8, 2020

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Online or in person? How school changed this year, and what to expect this fall

Cleveland schools voters could see tax increase on November ballot

Cuyahoga County Council signs off on Hilton Downtown Cleveland bailout

Critic launches effort to remove Barberton mayor

Lucas County moving, consolidating polling sites for November election

Ohio attorney general says Columbus can’t force state workers to wear masks

Ohio Secretary of State issues 'Ready for November' directive to county election boards

DeWine orders mandatory mask-wearing in Hamilton, Butler counties, starting Wednesday evening

Read Ohio’s new coronavirus order indefinitely extending the state’s mass-gathering ban, health rules for businesses

Ohio colleges, prep schools, charters approved for millions in Paycheck Protection loans

DeWine expects to drain Ohio’s rainy day fund to balance budget

Coronavirus updates: US hits daily record of 60,021 new cases; total nears 3 million; NYC unveils hybrid school plan for the fall

Donald Trump threatens to cut federal aid if schools don’t reopen

Second stimulus check: Group of economists suggests ongoing payments

Kasich: Trump ‘having a meltdown,’ GOP needs to step up

Harvard, MIT sue to block ICE rule on international students

CAREN Act: San Francisco ordinance would charge ‘Karens’ who call 911 over racial bias

Coronavirus in Ohio Tuesday update: 58,904 cases, 2,970 deaths, 41,438 recoveries

Ohio Department of Health says to dispose of dangerous brands of hand sanitizer

Coronavirus: Protective gear shortages re-emerge as cases spike

Lawmaker urges Ohioans against getting tested for coronavirus

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