Surprise Medical Bill? There’s an Ohio Law for That
Nearly one in three privately insured Ohio adults said they've received an unexpected bill for healthcare services.
By Mary Schuermann Kuhlman, Ohio News Connection
Tags: Ohio News
For Many Black Ohioans, Healthcare Discrimination Has Become a Way of Life
In a survey of more than 800 people, discrimination was not a rare experience.
'Packing and Cracking': How Ohio's Gerrymandering Affects Communities
Three groups are challenging the new Ohio House and Senate district maps as unconstitutional.
Rural Ohio Students Ready to Use Broadband Investments from Federal Infrastructure Package
Ohio will receive at least $100 million dollars to help with broadband coverage gaps.
Tags: Ohio News, Ohio, rural Ohio, broadband, infrastructure, virtual learning, schools
In Ohio, Advocating For Paid Leave Policies Isn't Only About Working Moms
72% of Ohio households with kids have two parents working, and one in four moms return to their jobs within 10 days after having a baby.
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