The Ohio Supreme Court hears arguments for and against those legislative maps Wednesday.
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Morning Headlines: Haitian gang releases 3 hostages from Holmes missionary group; Hospital systems restrict visitationsA religious group based in Holmes County has announced that a violent gang in Haiti has released three more hostages; two Northeast Ohio hospital systems are restricting visitations as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations rise; a Republican lawmaker is proposing legislation to attract and retain Ohio college students through a series of grants, scholarships and tax breaks; and more stories.
In its last meeting of the Frank Jackson era, Cleveland City Council decided to push until next year — when a new council president and new mayor take over — the decision on how to spend $70 million in coronavirus relief dollars that the Jackson administration had proposed.
Emanuel Franklin, whose son Desmond was killed by a Cleveland police officer on April 9, 2020, said Monday he hopes the lawsuit his family filed in Cuyahoga County leads to a prison sentence for the officer, who was not disciplined by the city and not indicted by a county grand jury.
Business and higher education leaders are backing the plan.
So, he wants to use $250 million in federal dollars to provide more staff, training, programs, and wellness initiatives.
Sweetening employment deals for new hires and offering retention incentives are key for hospitals trying to replace workers who have left and keep those who remain.
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