Daily Rundown September 23, 2020

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Akron Public Schools eyeing late October for decision on returning to school in person

Cleveland schools CEO Eric Gordon gives 'State of the Schools' address

Strongsville schools have begun returning pupils to in-person classes

University of Akron enrollment dips half as much as was expected due to COVID-19 pandemic

Kent State asks students to avoid parties, warns of possible enforcement by city if Portage County remains at ‘red’ coronavirus level

Centerville schools plans in-person student education next quarter

'First in the world': New tech to help Premier Health advance medical care

Sundermann urges council vote: Tell the 'boisterous voices of the few' we won't defund the police

Columbus teachers union pulls endorsement of board member James Ragland over school choice

Columbus’ reliance on income tax could spell trouble as more work from home, study warns

One-of-a-kind school gives refugees resettled in Columbus a sense of belonging

State reports nearly 1.8 million absentee ballot requests

Cybersecurity experts: Requesting ballots by email is safe

DeWine: 59,000 Ohioans on public benefits sent voter forms after registration glitch initially denied them

How do election drop boxes work, and how are they secure? Election Truth

Bill aims to cancel state K-12 testing again this year

Gov. Mike DeWine warns that COVID-19 spread could increase as temperatures drop

Before mostly mask-less Ohio crowds, Trump asserts COVID-19 'affects virtually nobody'

US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

Trump asks Supreme Court for fast action in census case

COVID-19 in Ohio: 21-day average moves lower for new cases, deaths and hospitalizations



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