Ohio Ends Incentive Lottery With Mixed Vaccination ResultsOhio, the state that launched the national movement to offer millions of dollars in incentives to boost vaccination rates, planned to conclude its program Wednesday — still unable to crack the 50% vaccination threshold.
Analysis: COVID-19 Vaccinations In Ohio Jumped 33% After Vax-A-Million NewsThe number of people in Ohio age 16 and older who received their initial COVID-19 vaccine jumped 33% in the week after the state announced its million-dollar incentive lottery.
Democratic Senator Praises Ohio’s Republican Governor Mike DeWineRepublican Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has gotten criticism from within his own party for his aggressive anti-coronavirus measures, but a Democratic senator had praise for him.
Lawmakers Seek Long-Term Limit On Governors’ Emergency PowerAs governors loosen long-lasting coronavirus restrictions, state lawmakers across the U.S., including in Pennsylvania and Ohio, are taking actions to significantly limit the power they could wield in future emergencies.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Delays Three Remaining 2021 ExecutionsOhio Governor Mike DeWine on Friday delayed the three remaining executions that were scheduled for this year.
Planned Parenthood Sues Over Ohio Telemedicine Abortion BanPlanned Parenthood has sued to block an Ohio law banning the use of telemedicine for medication abortions as unconstitutional.
Ohio Governor Proposes $1 Billion To Offset Pandemic HarmSmall businesses and local communities would receive hundreds of millions of dollars to help with recovery from the coronavirus pandemic under a $1 billion initiative announced by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine that also includes aggressive marketing of Ohio as a place to work and live.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Orders $390 Million Across-The-Board Budget Cuts, Cites COVID-19 Economic ImpactOhio Gov. Mike DeWine on Friday ordered $390 million across-the-board budget cuts for the rest of the fiscal year, citing the ongoing economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ohio Gov. DeWine: Teachers, School Employees Will Be In The Next Round Of People To Get A Vaccine In OhioThe next group of people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Ohio will be the state's teachers and school staff.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine Issues New Orders On Masks And Gatherings, Threatens To Close Restaurants And BarsRepublican Gov. Mike DeWine beseeched Ohioans on Wednesday to take the surging coronavirus spread seriously, issuing new orders on mask enforcement in businesses, gatherings across the state and threatening to close bars, restaurants and fitness centers if cases continue to rise.
Ohio Coronavirus Cases Continue Soaring As Governor Weighs OptionsThe number of Ohio coronavirus cases has continued to spike despite pleas from the governor for people to help slow the spread.
Ohio Announces Pandemic Aid, Governor Denounces Alleged Plot To Kidnap HimOhio officials are investigating after reports of an alleged plot to kidnap Governor Mike DeWine recently surfaced. The Governor also announced new federal grants for a variety of institutions and businesses.
DeWine: Trump Diagnosis ‘Powerful Reminder’ Of Coronavirus’ ReachThe Republican governor called President Donald Trump’s recent positive COVID-19 test a “powerful reminder” that anyone can contract the coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Ohio: State Reports Its First Coronavirus DeathOhio Gov. Mike DeWine confirmed the state’s first death from the coronavirus was a 76-year-old attorney from the Toledo area who recently traveled to California.
Coronavirus In Ohio: Presidential Primary In Ohio Will Go On As PlannedThe presidential primary scheduled in Ohio will go on as scheduled.