Daily Rundown September 30, 2020

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

Contract talks with Gahanna-Jefferson teachers continue with federal mediator

Centerville, Dayton, Northmont plan return to schools; health guidelines may change

Bringing Back the Neediest Students First: Cleveland Considers Joining Emerging Trend

Cleveland Foundation board approves grants totaling $27.5 million for the third quarter

Toledo behind on 2020 census

Columbus City Schools to resume some in-person classes Oct. 19

Franklin County ADAMH board seeks increased tax levy Nov. 3

OSU's use of local Marriott as student quarantine space could cost millions

Have you requested an Ohio mail ballot but decided you want to vote in person? Here’s what you can do.

Ohio officials accepting millions in grants from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to help pay for November election

Poll worker numbers surge despite pandemic. But will elections officials have enough help?

Appeals court panel: Ohio voters don't need 'unlimited' ways to deliver absentee ballot applications

Donald Trump blasts ‘Democratic’ states for accepting post-election arriving absentee ballots - a process used in GOP-led Ohio for years

Second stimulus checks: Here’s where we stand as September ends

Constant interruptions, insults, obscure substantive discussion at first presidential debate in Cleveland

Donald Trump sidesteps call to condemn white supremacists — and the Proud Boys were 'extremely excited' about it

Ohio reports 1,105 new coronavirus cases, 37 new deaths: Tuesday update


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