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For decades, some Ohio lawmakers have wanted to expand the state’s civil rights law to include sexual orientation. They’ve now made a change in the way...
Sen, Dave Burke calls the enforcement provisions in Gov. Mike DeWine’s mask mandate unfair.
Morning Headlines: Ohio Records Second-Highest Single-Day COVID-19 Deaths; First Vaccine Batch Coming by Dec. 15Ohio recorded 98 COVID-19 deaths in a 24-hour period on Tuesday, the second-highest number in a single day since the start of the pandemic; Gov. Mike DeWine says the state should be getting its first batch of up to 30,000 doses of a coronavirus vaccine by Dec. 15; the Ohio High School Athletic Association says parents will still be allowed to attend high school sports through the end of year; and more stories.
Some medical and public health experts are puzzled by curfew orders, saying there is not much scientific evidence that curfews will do much to slow the spread of the virus.
The head of the state’s mental health and drug addiction agency has tested positive for COVID-19.
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