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Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, Nov. 20:

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An estimated 99,000 low income Ohioans who want birth control and reproductive health care services have fewer options now that Planned Parenthood nationwide has pulled out of the federal Title X program.

Planned Parenthood objects to a new rule that it says restricts the doctor-patient relationship. And in nine counties, it’s the only provider that accepted Title X funds.

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Here are your morning headlines for Friday, Oct. 4:

Ohio has received $17.8 million to generate data on self-driving vehicles, an area of research in which the state is already playing a prominent role, according to the state's U.S. senators.

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, September 16:

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, July 22:

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Here are your morning headlines for Friday, April 19:

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Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, October 17:

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IBERDROLA RENEWABLES

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, July 31:

  • Ohio EPA approves wind turbine project;
  • Gov. Kasich signs payday lending bill;
  • Cultivator license awarded to Eastlake med pot business;
  • Canton pushes Market Square project forward;
  • Baldwin Wallace strips theater building namesakes amid allegations;
  • Ohio University drops ban on spontaneous protests;
  • Three charged in Cleveland construction site scam;

Ohio EPA approves wind turbine project

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Here are your morning headlines for Monday, September 25th:

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  The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the University of Texas’ affirmative action program Thursday.   Universities in Ohio are considering how the decision could affect their admissions policy.

Both  Ohio State and Miami University believe the high court’s 4 to 3 decision backs up the policies they have in place.

Sharon Davies is OSU’s Vice Provost for Diversity.

“It is heartening that the court reaffirms the value that we derive from a diverse university community,” she said.