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“This Is Hunger” Free National Exhibit: A Must-See Experience

Jed Jed

Come on a compelling journey, one that draws you into the lives of everyday Americans – and deepens your awareness about who struggles with hunger and why. This 45-minute FREE exhibit tells intimate stories ofdozens of Americans using portraits, state-of-the-art storytelling techniques and hands-on activities.Come face to face with hunger in America. It will change […]

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The Gubernatorial Lineup: 4 Republicans, 4 Democrats Join the Race

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega The Gubernatorial Lineup: 4 Republicans, 4 Democrats Join the Race

The race for Ohio governor is on, and each party has four candidates to choose from for election in 2018. For convenience, CU has listed each candidate, along with their work experience, key policies, and personal input. Democrats Connie Pillich, Montgomery, 56 Served as an Ohio House representative from 2009 to 2014, representing the 28th […]

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Constituents Demand Transparency Around Republican ACA Replacement

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Constituents Demand Transparency Around Republican ACA Replacement

No one’s heard much of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) since it passed the House in May, and it’s not an accident. Unpopular from the moment it was introduced, the Senate bill has been surrounded by an intentional secrecy, and local activists have taken notice. If enacted, the AHCA would cut Medicaid (affecting 700,000 […]

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Opinion: Endless Abortion Bans Constitute Class Warfare

Lauren Sega Lauren Sega Opinion: Endless Abortion Bans Constitute Class Warfare

The Heartbeat Bill is back. It’s a total failure of a bill, introduced and knocked down three times in the last five years, but Ohio anti-choicers are nothing if not persistent in their misguided approach to changing abortion stats. The language is the same as it’s been. Once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, abortion […]

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Gender-identity protection on City Council’s agenda

Walker Evans Walker Evans

The Dispatch wrote Gender-identity protection on City Council’s agenda Sunday, December 14, 2008 BY ROBERT VITALE Transgender residents of Columbus — men who consider themselves women, and women who consider themselves men — would gain legal protection under legislation going before the City Council on Monday night. The Columbus Community Relations Commission has recommended that […]

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CPD Spokesperson Opposes House Bill 450

 

  BuckeyeFirearms.org wrote Columbus Police Spokesperson: Arming Our Service and Women Akin to Arming “Gangbangers”  Submitted by cbaus on Wed, 12/10/2008 In opposition testimony on December 11, Columbus Police Sgt. and legislative liaison Mike Weinman suggested that HB450 would “give cart blanc to gangbangers who will threaten police officer safety.” Representatives from Buckeye Firearms Association […]

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City Council’s Proposed Bicycle Code Changes

 

  City Council Proposed Bike Laws wrote The purpose of this legislation is to lay a foundation for the development of policy, rules and regulations pertaining to sidewalks and bikeways. This foundation includes the consideration of an evolving understanding of complete streets, the importance of alternate means of transportation, the promotion of better community health, […]

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