Ohio’s restaurant patios have re-opened. Some so-called non-essential businesses are gradually serving customers again. We may soon even get a haircut, pump some iron at the gym, and hear the familiar sounds of baseball in the park and on the radio.

On May 19, U.S. District Court Judge James Gwin for the Northern District of Ohio ordered the Bureau of Prisons to expedite the release of 837 medically vulnerable inmates in Ohio’s Elkton Federal Correctional Institute through home confinement or compassionate release due to the coronavirus…

(The Center Square) – State lawmakers could soon debate the differences between the House and Senate versions of Senate Bill 1 and decide whether to revise or scrap a provision targeting directives from the state’s health department.

(The Center Square) – An additional 46,594 Ohio residents filed for unemployment insurance in the week ending May 16, bringing the state’s total during the nine weeks of the coronavirus crisis to approximately 1.216 million.

Ohio’s restaurant patios have re-opened. Some so-called non-essential businesses are gradually serving customers again. We may soon even get a haircut, pump some iron at the gym, and hear the familiar sounds of baseball in the park and on the radio.

On May 19, U.S. District Court Judge James Gwin for the Northern District of Ohio ordered the Bureau of Prisons to expedite the release of 837 medically vulnerable inmates in Ohio’s Elkton Federal Correctional Institute through home confinement or compassionate release due to the coronavirus…

(The Center Square) – State lawmakers could soon debate the differences between the House and Senate versions of Senate Bill 1 and decide whether to revise or scrap a provision targeting directives from the state’s health department.

(The Center Square) – An additional 46,594 Ohio residents filed for unemployment insurance in the week ending May 16, bringing the state’s total during the nine weeks of the coronavirus crisis to approximately 1.216 million.