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Ohio · Ohio
OKI Wanna Know: Who wanted to honor Confederates in Ohio?
WVXU's Bill Rinehart looks into the placement of historical Civil War markers in the area. John Hunt Morgan led troops on horseback behind Union lines to disrupt communications and supply lines. The markers for the Morgan Trail went up 150 years after the raid, around 2013.See the Story
Republican Party · Ohio
Analysis: Ohio's GOP is about to pull another fast one on redistricting
The Ohio Redistricting Commission will meet Wednesday to begin the process of coming up with new maps for state legislative districts in 2024. Secretary of State Frank LaRose has set what appears to be an imaginary deadline of Sept. 22 to accomplish this feat. "I have entered every round of this process with the hope that the result will be something both sides can live with," says Ohio House Minority Leader Allison Russo.See the Story
Infrastructure · Ohio
Brent Spence project must 'invest smartly' in infrastructure and technology, leaders say
The Brent Spence replacement project is a key priority for Ohio and Kentucky. The two states are finally beginning work on a $3.6 billion plan to build a second bridge. The project received a major shot in the arm late last year when the federal government awarded it a $1.6billion grant.See the Story
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Cincinnati · Cincinnati
These 2 charter amendments will be on Cincinnati's November ballot — and this one won't
A Cincinnati City Council committee voted Wednesday to send two charter amendments to the November ballot. Council Members halted a third proposed amendment that would have repealed the charter's ban on traffic cameras. Full council will take a final vote Thursday. The Hamilton County Board of Elections will meet Friday morning to certify issues to the official ballot.See the Story
Mental Health · Ohio
A new law requires mental health training for Ohio's high school coaches
More than 4 in 10 high school students in the U.S. felt persistently sad or hopeless. More than 1 in 5 seriously considered attempting suicide. Legislation passed in Ohio's state budget requires high school coaches to undergo mental health training. On Cincinnati Edition we'll discuss the new requirement and the mental health challenges that young athletes can face.See the Story
KYTC reveals 4 design options for 4th Street bridge
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is proposing four options for a new bridge over the Licking River. Safety and improved access for bicyclists and pedestrians are the main focuses of each. The new concepts will be presented to Covington city commission on Tuesday and to Newport on Aug. 28.See the Story
Referendum · Columbus
Ohio voters reject measure to make it harder to change their constitution
Ohio voters on Tuesday rejected a Republican-backed measure that would have made it more difficult to change the state’s constitution, setting up a fall campaign that will become the nation’s latest referendum on abortion rights since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned nationwide protections last year. See the Story
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Commentary: Ohio's GOP just learned voters are not as gullible as they think
Issue 1, the incredibly bad deal you were offering Ohioans, failed miserably. The 60% threshold was a miserable flop; and so too was another piece of Issue 1. Issue 1 evolved into a proxy battle between 81 of Ohio's 88 counties that voted for Donald Trump.See the Story
Ohio · Ohio
Wage theft is prevalent. Ohio cities are cracking down
Nearly a quarter million Ohioans are paid less than the state or federal minimum wage. The prevalence of these minimum wage violations has led cities across Ohio to take action. Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland all passed ordinances to enhance enforcement around wage theft in the last seven years. Many of the ordinances outright ban cities from working with businesses who have a history of wage theft.See the Story