Protests Surround Proposed Ohio Cosmetology Bill

The November 20 hearing over Ohio House Bill 399 displayed the friction between representatives of the bill and those affected by it in the cosmetology and barbering industries.

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Could Ohio’s CAT Tax Be Responsible for Record Number of New Business Filings?

  If Ohio is adding record numbers of new businesses as a top official recently announced, where are the jobs? Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose two weeks ago announced 11,920 new entities filed to do business in Ohio in October, allowing Ohio to reach 113,272 new businesses in the…

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Ohio Congressmen Join Campaign to ‘Stop Opioid Silence’ to Promote Treatment, Recovery Efforts

A group of Ohio’s congress members are teaming up with a campaign to break the stigma tied to opioid use disorder to help with recovery.

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Senate Approves Bipartisan Legislation Sponsored by Sen. Portman to Promote Cybersecurity for State and Local Governments

The U.S. Senate unanimously approved bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Sens. Rob Portman (R-OH) and Gary Peters (D-MI) to promote stronger cybersecurity protections.

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Ohio Attorney General’s Office Grants Provide $345K to More Than 60 Police Departments to Buy Body Armor

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has awarded more than $345,000 in grants to more than 60 local police departments over the last three months to purchase body armor vests for their officers.

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Counselors Blame Common Core, Over Testing and ‘Trophy Culture’ for College Student’s Increased Mental Health Demands

The Associated Press (AP) investigated the state of student mental health on the largest college campuses in America and found students receiving mental health treatment has increased by 35% since 2014. The news service cites reduced stigma for seeking help, increased anxiety, depression and disorders as some reasons for the jump.

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