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6:17 am
Mon April 7, 2014

Groups Call On Turner To Help Renew Emergency Unemployment

Sen. Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio, has been a key swing vote in the Senate's unemployment compensation proposals in recent months.
Credit WYSO

Several Dayton groups are asking Congressman Mike Turner of Ohio’s 10th district to help renew emergency unemployment benefits. A bipartisan Senate bill expected to pass this week has found little support in the House.

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Statewide News
6:04 am
Mon April 7, 2014

New Language For Same-Sex Marriage Amendment

The group that’s pushing a same-sex marriage amendment in Ohio says it’s retooling the language because of concerns about religious institutions.

Ian James of Freedom Ohio says language about recognition of same-sex marriages by religious institutions has been taken out, and that the group will start circulating the new petitions as soon as possible. But he says they still have the signatures they need to put the original issue on the ballot with a filing deadline of July 2.

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Sun April 6, 2014

Conrad's Corner: April 6, 2014

Julie Moore reads her poem, "Shooting Star."

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Around the Miami Valley
6:15 am
Sat April 5, 2014

Remembering the Xenia Tornado: Jack Newhouse

Jack Newhouse
Credit Alan Staiger

Jack Newhouse was a teacher at the Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home at the time of the 1974 Xenia tornado. He was on the campus of the Home when the tornado struck Xenia. Although the tornado did not hit the school or the campus, Mr. Newhouse could see it coming and took precautions to avoid damage to the facility or injury to the students and faculty.

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The Economy & Business
4:28 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

Dayton Residents Call For “Robin Hood Tax”

Protesters in downtown Dayton wore Robin Hood hats.
Credit Lewis Wallace / WYSO

A group of protesters gathered in front of Ohio Congressman Mike Turner’s Dayton office Friday to call for the passage of a so-called “Robin Hood tax.” The demonstration is one of several across the country timed with the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination in 1968.

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