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Poll: Personal use of pot gains support in Ohio
More than half of Ohio voters support the personal use of marijuana by adults with support soaring to 90 percent for just medical purposes, according to a Quinnipiac Poll released today. According to the poll, voters said they would support allowing adults to possess small amounts of marijuana for their personal use by a margin of 53 percent to 47 percent. That's outside the poll's margin of error of plus or minus 2.9 percentage points. Quinnipiac questioned 1,180 Ohio voters.

Holiday sales expected to rise 3.7 percent
Forecast: Americans to spend at a slower pace than last year.

UAW avoids strike
Tentative agreement announced just as a walkout was to start.

Finkbeiner touts 12-year record
76-year-old has eyes on city’s top office again.

Young Rockets are optimistic
Kowalczyk will coach six freshmen on this year’s basketball team.

Sewer work creating havoc on Talmadge
Speeding, congestion fought in West Toledo.

‘Infinity 3.0’ not quite worth it
New game is too pricey and too similar to its predecessor. 


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Air Force: French train hero stabbed in California
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Chicago cabbies group calls for strike
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Automaker admitted it installed software designed to cheat emissions tests.
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Average 30-year mortgage rate falls to 3.76%
15-year loan down to 2.99 percent.
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Keith Burris
Benign detachment, acceptance
You have to let people work out their own destinies.
Barbara Hendel
‘Peaces’ of Art benefits Padua Center...
Celebration at Gesu Church in the Sullivan Center raised about $7,500.
Mary Bilyeu
Eating while sightless
Sight Center of Northwest Ohio hosts White Cane Walk.
Dave Hackenberg
Pizza parties pile up for UT's line
Toledo quarterback Phillip Ely has yet to be sacked.
Keith Burris
Meanwhile, behind the curtain
City Council is doing its thing, and little of it has been edifying.

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