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Kirk: ResponsibleOhio
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST

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ProMedica has medical, moral duty
BY MARINA BOLOTNIKOVA BLADE COLUMNIST
ProMedica can keep the only abortion provider in Toledo open, without expending any money, labor, or extra effort. But for reasons that have more to do with political expediency than women’s health-care needs, the region’s largest hospital system is refusing. …

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Time for action to save Lake Erie
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Nurses are not full answer to doctor shortfall
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From cropland to Lake Erie algae, follow the phosphorus
BY LAURA JOHNSON AND DAVID BAKER
A year ago today, residents of Toledo and surrounding communities woke up to find their tap water was unsafe to drink. Fluorescent green, slimy, and smelly, a massive algae bloom had drifted over the city’s water intake pipe, introducing cyanotoxins into the region’s water system. That led to a three-day ban on drinking water. …

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What's the difference?

A new report by the Toledo Police Department shows that in 2014, consistent with earlier years, black men and women were more likely than any other group to be stopped for traffic violations and to be arrested during those stops. Now police officials must look more closely at why that happened. …

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Highway to heroin
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The number of heroin users in the United States has grown by 300,000 over a decade, with most of the increase occurring among white people in suburban or rural areas. In recent surveys, nearly 3 in every 1,000 Americans reported using heroin, up from 2 per 1,000 a decade ago. …

8/1/2015 12:00 AM
Charter schools mess hurts students
BY MARILOU JOHANEK BLADE COLUMNIST
Illegal conduct under a renegade state superintendent at the Ohio Department of Education could torpedo Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s presidential ambitions. It is that bad. …

8/1/2015 12:00 AM
Mrs. Clinton’s email secrecy is troubling
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8/1/2015 12:00 AM
Candid camera
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Ray Tensing, a former University of Cincinnati police officer, faces a murder charge after he fatally shot an unarmed motorist. Mr. Tensing, who pleaded not guilty this week to charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter, had said he was dragged by the car driven by Samuel DuBose, an unarmed 43-year-old African-American man, during a July 19 traffic …




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