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Stories for June 2014

Monday, June 30

Ohio Transit Workers Endorse Nina Turner for Secretary of State

ATU locals in Ohio praise Turner’s leadership and commitment to families

New Poll: Ohioans Back Stronger Rules to Stop Farm Runoff, Federal Support for Clean Water Act

76 percent of Ohio voters support federal Great Lakes restoration efforts

Taylor Announces Insurance Agent Fee Reduction

Expected to Generate $11.3 million in Savings

Ohio Right to Life Statement Regarding the US Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby Decision

The following statement can be attributed to Mike Gonidakis, President of Ohio Right to Life:

Attorney General Mike DeWine Shamelessly

DeWine utilized tax dollars to succesfully fight against women's rights

Monday, June 23

With more Americans hitting the road and gas prices approaching $4 per gallon this summer, the personal finance social media network WalletHub decided to follow up on its analysis of Best Gas Credit C

WalletHub compared each of the 50 states to determine which state offers the most enjoyment and the least damage to one’s wallet. In our study, we considered various conditions that can affect travelers on the road, including driving costs, lodging prices, traffic safety, weather and, of course, fun attractions for everyone.

Monday, June 16

Little Garden Club of Columbus awards $2,000 grant to Statehouse

(Columbus, OH) – The Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board (CSRAB) is proud announce the acceptance of a $2,000 grant from The Little Garden Club of Columbus.

Thursday, June 12

NORDSON CORPORATION MAKES $45,000 SCHOLARSHIP GIFT TO THE OHIO FOUNDATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES

The Nordson Corporation has provided $45,000 in scholarship support to the 2013-2014 campaign of The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC).

The Ohio Statehouse Museum Education Center

Marks Five Year Anniversary

Ohio Leading in Neurotechnology and Pharmaceutical Advances

Third Frontier Funding Cutting-Edge Innovation

Measles Outbreak Expands to Highland County in SW Ohio

Health officials urge caution when traveling with infants to measles outbreak areas

Wednesday, June 11

Should Hillary Run?

Questioning Hillary Rodham Clinton as the next president of the United States is not a swipe against America finally electing its first woman chief executive. That’s actually long overdue. It’s not even a reluctance to relive the more challenging days of her husband, former President Bill Clinton’s, era of marital infidelity and the lies that surrounded it. That was way overblown.

Monday, June 9

NORTHEAST OHIO VIETNAM VETERAN TO RECIEVE SIX MEDALS 40 YEARS AFTER RETURHING HOME

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown’s Office Makes Pinning Ceremony Possible

Lawmakers Say Stopping Energy Standards Costs Ohio’s Economy, Consumers and Environment

Ohio to become first state to move backward on energy efficiency standards

Ohio launches network of care for PUBLIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT & WELLNESS

A COMMUNITY-BASED WEBSITE TO ENHANCE HEALTH DECISION-MAKING & PUBLIC HEALTH PLANNING

NORDSON CORPORATION MAKES $45,000 SCHOLARSHIP GIFT TO THE OHIO FOUNDATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES

NORDSON CORPORATION MAKES $45,000 SCHOLARSHIP GIFT TO THE OHIO FOUNDATION OF INDEPENDENT COLLEGES

WILDLIFE IN YOUR WOODS

A day-long class learning about wildlife and how to attract a variety of species to your woodlot with proper management as well as monitor their presence.

Thursday, June 5

Ohio NAACP Declares Energy as a Civil Rights Issue

Taylor Announces Passage of Insurance Reforms Benefiting Consumers

Rep. Ramos: Stopping Energy Standards Costs Ohio’s Economy, Consumers and Environment

Ohio to become first state to move backward on energy efficiency standards

NEW CARBON POLLUTION STANDARDS CAN SAVE AMERICANS $37.4 BILLION ON ELECTRIC BILLS, CREATE 274,000 JOBS

Many Key States Will Benefit From Climate Action: AR, CO, FL, IA, IL, MI, MO, MN, NC, NV, OH, PA, and VA.

Ohio Emergency Management Hosts Functional Needs Summit

COLUMBUS, OH – The Ohio Emergency Management Agency hosted the State of Ohio Functional Needs Summit in Worthington, today. At the summit, participants examined the gaps that may exist in the disaster-based functional needs service network and determined ways to improve communication between responders, service providers, and local and state agencies.

Tuesday, June 3

Attorney General DeWine Gives $125,000 Grant to NAMI Ohio

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced that his office is awarding National Association on Mental Illness, Ohio (NAMI) with a $125,000 grant.

State of Ohio Hazard Mitigation Plan Receives FEMA Approval

Columbus, OH – The State of Ohio Hazard Mitigation Plan has received is official approval from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Rep. Ramos: Stopping Energy Standards Costs Ohio’s Economy, Consumers and Environment

Ohio to become first state to move backward on energy efficiency standards

Ohio University publishes graduates, dean’s lists

Ohio University publishes graduates, dean’s lists

House Passes LaRose Initiative to Streamline Regulation, Improve Climate for Job Creation

House Passes LaRose Initiative to Streamline Regulation, Improve Climate for Job Creation

Monday, June 2

Health Insurance Companies Report Higher Premiums on Federal Exchange for Coming Year

Rates Filed with Department of Insurance Show Higher Premiums Following First Year of Enrollment

Rep. Kathleen Clyde Announces Funds for Northeast Ohio Medical University

$95,000 for equipment at new Research and Graduate Education Building

Seniors receive free admission to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on June 25

Getting out and being active is the key to staying fit later in life, so come out for a walk on the wild side with a day of activities, entertainment, exhibitors and FREE admission to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo during Senior Safari.

Cleveland Orchestra announces new “Summers@Severance” series for August 2014

Orchestra expands its summer concert offerings with three Friday nights at Severance Hall

RNC 2016 Site Selection Travel to Cleveland

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Monday, June 2,