Daily Rundown September 29, 2020

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Dayton Public approves phased return-to-school plan


Akron schools working to offer in-person supports for students with significant disabilities


Akron Public Schools proposing decrease in number of resource officers


Northmont switching students back to in-person learning


Cuyahoga County Board of Elections members don’t demand full accounting of erroneous email sent by managers last week, focus instead on poll worker recruitment


MCDAC renewal, Brunswick school levy, and Medina Township fire levy featured on fall ballot


Kent State quarantines 44 students for potential exposure to COVID-19


Toledo SBA votes against supporting tax increases


Ottawa Hills Local Schools may face cutbacks, teacher layoffs if levies fail


Over 150 quarantined after positive virus tests in Perryburg Schools


Local prosecutor quickly shoots down state rep’s attempt to bring criminal charges against Gov. Mike DeWine for coronavirus orders


Joe Biden to campaign in Ohio for first time since March


Due to pandemic, DeWine to sign statewide ban on plastic bag bans despite veto request


Judge agrees to change of venue in school mask lawsuit


Another federal judge orders stop to Postal Service cuts


President Donald Trump and Joe Biden brace for vicious matchup in first presidential debate in Cleveland


US census to end October 5, despite court order


Stimulus check, $600-per-week jobless benefit included in new virus aid proposal


President says he paid many millions in taxes


COVID-19 in Ohio: 993 new cases reported statewide

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