"For most people, Jan. 6 happened for a few hours," U.S. Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell said in the select committee hearing. "But for those of us who were in the thick of it, it has not ended."
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Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) says he had suspected the tie after hearing Randazzo's nuclear bailout testimony, but Randazzo wouldn't disclose the connection.
Adults over the age of 21 would be able to buy and use marijuana recreationally and grow up to six plants per person.
The bill calls for giving each member $1,000 as a thank-you gift for performing a variety of tasks to support communities.
Less than 50% of Ohioans are fully vaccinated. And numbers from Ohio’s Department of Health show a staggering difference between serious COVID cases in unvaccinated and vaccinated Ohioans.
Republican U.S. Senator Rob Portman says he’s concerned about the U.S. House committee that is looking into the January 6th attack on the nation’s Capitol building.
Sen. Rob Portman says the bill is about 90% done, although there are a still a few sticking points they are working to resolve.
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