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Morning Headlines: FirstEnergy to Pay $230M in Agreement in Ohio Bribery Case, Ex-Utility Regulator Had Outsized Role in SchemeThe energy giant at the center of a $60 million bribery scheme in Ohio has admitted to using dark money groups to fund the effort; the city of Akron is attracting less interest in its police force; the Akron-Canton Airport is getting an $850,000 federal grant to bring back service to Houston; and more stories.
The store and writing center, which started online and eventually opened up a space in Akron’s Middlebury neighborhood, highlights BIPOC and LGBTQ+ voices in literature.
The state joined other local governments in suing three distributors and one drugmaker for their parts in the opioid crisis that has taken the lives of 23,700 Ohioans over a period of nine years.
One pediatrician says she's afraid Ohioans "will learn the hard way" about how dangerous COVID is for children.
One attorney says the moving of detainees has delayed legal assistance for them, as they are more difficult to locate.
Ohio's Republican Senator says the issue now is how to pay for it.
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