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"… Brown. Michael Milisits, who is running for the Democratic nomination in Ohio’s 10th district race against Republican incumbent Rep. Michael Turner, s …"

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"… m today, you are picking winners and losers,” argued Rep. Jim Renacci, R-Ohio. The challenge for lawmakers is how “bring this plane down slowly.” A …"

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"… xpress their anger — from  Woodbury, New York; to Liberty Township, Ohio; to Charlotte; to Pasco County, Florida; to Olympia, Washington. 5G promi …"

"… e of 13 states — including Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Minnesota, Ohio, Arizona, Kansas, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Delaware and Rhode Island — t …"

"… ll in 2015, just a year before some states began passing small-cell laws. Ohio’s law was struck down last year for violating procedural requirements in …"

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"… rviews with numerous InfoCision clients indicate. InfoCision is an Akron, Ohio-based fundraiser for nonprofits, private companies and right-leaning polit …"

"… Commission records indicates. The company also made deals with schools in Ohio for naming rights on a handful of sports facilities. The University of Ak …"

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"… rade Commission over allegedly “false and misleading” tactics. Akron, Ohio-based InfoCision Inc., whose clients have included a pro-President Donald …"

"… e Commission wrote to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio. Absent some penalty, the government agencies argue, InfoCision “is lik …"

"… nfoCision and its founders also bought the naming rights to several Akron, Ohio-area high school and college athletic fields, including a 20-year, $1 …"

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"… elines would double the amount of gas that could flow out of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia, with cheap fuel that developers promised would benefit …"

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"… ients In a White House full of colorful characters, Hagin, who grew up in Ohio and is an experienced former aide to both presidents Bush, has earned few …"

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"… .S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs chaired by Sen. John Glenn (D-Ohio) when Glenn sponsored legislation that led to creation of the DNFSB. “Th …"

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"… k records from a lawsuit filed in Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas in Ohio. To confirm the payments shown in the bank records and to determine the pu …"

"… on. The lawsuit was filed in May in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in Ohio by Allied Debt Collection of Virginia, a company owned by Robert Jennings, …"

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"… stains on the walls and on their clothes. In July, she made the trip from Ohio to California to revisit the base. “It’s hard to believe that we used …"

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"… after heavy rain pushed fertilizer into a watershed 60 miles north of the Ohio city, the second nitrate advisory in two years. “They’re increasing, …"

"… wo years. “They’re increasing,” said Kristy Meyer, who oversees the Ohio Environmental Council’s water programs as the managing director of natur …"

"… need a business plan but also a permit of some kind,” said Meyer, of the Ohio Environmental Council. “Why shouldn’t one of the largest industries in …"

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"… ll — would double the amount of gas that could flow out of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. The cheap fuel will benefit consumers and manufacturers …"

"… the Marcellus and Utica shales, mostly in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio — an analysis environmentalists have advocated. Bay urged the agency to …"

"… vania to Michigan, racked up more than $900,000 in proposed penalties from Ohio regulators after FERC approved it in February. Officials say its owner, En …"

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"… Assistance Commission in 2014 after serving as a top elections official in Ohio. This interview has been edited for length and clarity. Center for Public …"

"… lection officials hear about all the time. I can tell you my experience in Ohio. When we dug into that. It was virtually non-existent. But to the extent t …"

"… ssue? Has it become a partisan issue? Masterson: Coming from a state like Ohio, certainly there’s a tendency to have that conversation within the legis …"

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"… r schools. California has about a dozen of the schools, as do Florida and Ohio. Arizona, Illinois and Missouri are among the states that have them, as we …"

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"… ul people” such as Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, will strongly defend the legislation. In addition, Frank said, “I think …"

"… nd their allies in Congress say the agency’s current director — former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray, a controversial Obama appointment initia …"

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"… , most notably fees paid to political consultants in Northern Virginia and Ohio. Among them: Infocision, an Akron, Ohio-based telemarketing company that …"

"… sultants in Northern Virginia and Ohio. Among them: Infocision, an Akron, Ohio-based telemarketing company that consumer advocates have criticized for us …"

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"… st recently ran the re-election campaign of Republican Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio and began his job with American Action Network and the Congressional Leade …"

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"… acher raised about $426,000 for his campaign and won the GOP nomination in Ohio’s 9th Congressional District, but he ultimately lost the general electio …"

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"… and should be reimbursed for it,” said Mayor John McNally of Youngstown, Ohio, which is still waiting for the Sanders campaign to pay a nearly $6,000 bi …"

"… e some do, others don’t even bother. Officials in Cincinnati; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas; Detroit; Kansas City, Mo.; Milwaukee; Las Vegas and Orlando, Flor …"

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"… Medicaid recipients, according to an initial state analysis. A proposal in Ohio was estimated to bring $167 million in higher costs. And on the federal l …"

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"… y. Donald earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Miami University in Ohio and a master’s degree in journalism from Kent State University. No fune …"

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"… from upwind states. Its petition names power plants in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, including three in the southwest Indiana …"

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"… ions. Trump edged Clinton in the swing states of Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania and snatched Wisconsin, a state expected to serve as Clin …"

"… CMAG. In most of the high-profile swing states, the story was the same. In Ohio, Team Clinton was responsible for about 75 percent of the 79,000 TV ads ai …"

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"… tial battleground states such as Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Here's what you need to know about the advertising assault: Team Clinto …"

"… an average of about one pro-Clinton or anti-Trump TV ad every 90 seconds. Ohio, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Nevada round out the top five states wit …"

"… ton and her supporters aired two TV ads, on average, every five minutes in Ohio since Oct. 1, according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of data …"

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"… ting voters in the battleground states of Florida, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The Humane Society Legislative Fund has also spent abou …"

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"… al battleground states including Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and Ohio. Moreover, Johnson is already on pace to earn more votes than he did four …"

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"… t TV ads have targeted traditional battleground states such as Florida and Ohio. Clinton and her allies have dramatically outgunned Trump in all of them. …"

"… CMAG. In North Carolina, that ratio is nearly four-to-one. In Florida and Ohio, Team Clinton has aired more than three times as many TV ads as Team Trump …"

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"… spot from the Fifty Second Street Fund, a newly formed super PAC targeting Ohio voters, features footage of an atomic bomb detonating. “One nuclear bom …"

"… “That’s more than all the men, women and children living in Columbus, Ohio.” The ad then features an exchange from a March 2016 town hall program …"

"… ifty Second Street Fund has purchased more than $820,000 of advertising in Ohio’s Columbus, Toledo and Cincinnati media markets, according to data provi …"

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"… f the NRA’s ads have targeted voters in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio. In October alone, about one of every 20 TV ads in Pennsylvania has been …"

"… every nine ads that have aired so far this month in North Carolina. And in Ohio, the organization is responsible for about one of every eight TV ads that …"

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"… in several key battleground states, including Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Most of those states typically vote Democrat …"

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