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Gov. Kasich signs 2-year, $7B transportation budget
Gov. John Kasich signed a $7 billion, two-year transportation and public safety budget into law today that includes a provision requiring people who declare Ohio residency to act within 30 days to get state driver’s licenses and re-title their vehicles. But the governor struck language that some Democrats had seen as tying this to voter registration.

Toledo pot site names owner
Cincinnati developer will oversee Toledo operation if measure passes.

Ohioans disapprove of GOP letter to Iran
In latest poll, voters say letter would hurt, rather than help peace talks.

Ohio A.G. office to take over Toledo case
Ex-police officer, parents of murder victim charged in shooting plot.

UT gets grant for biofuel project
Research of algae in production of alternative fuels gets nearly $200K.

Auto sales tap brakes in March
Sales of the Toledo-built Cherokee were up 38 percent.

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State legislatures rewriting microbrewery laws
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Iowa QB expected to transfer to Michigan
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McDonald's revamps grilled chicken
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Ohioan sentenced for 4 rapes in '90s
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