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Does everyone who wants to vote in Ohio have to be registered to vote here?

Yes.

How do I know whether I am qualified to register and to vote in Ohio?

You are qualified to register to vote in Ohio if you meet all the following requirements:

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Justice Department backs Ohio Down syndrome abortion ban

The Justice Department sided with the state of Ohio on Wednesday on its legislation that outlaws physicians from performing abortions based on a diagnosis of Down syndrome.

In its filing, the federal government stated: "Nothing in Ohio’s law creates a substantial obstacle to women obtaining an abortion, and nothing in the Constitution or Supreme Court precedent ..."

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Ohio GOP legislators want to withhold money from areas not cooperating with ICE

Work with federal immigration enforcement officials or lose state funding, a pair of Republican House members say to local government officials.

Two Ohio Republicans want to follow in President Donald Trump’s footsteps and...

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Trump has turned words into weapons. And he's winning the linguistic war

June 2018 - Donald Trump has been a salesman for nearly half a century. He is now selling himself, his worldview and his self-serving views of the law and the truth. His principal tools are language and the media. By faithfully transmitting Trump's words and ideas, the press helps him to attack, and thereby control, the press itself.

Trump knows the press has a strong instinct to repeat his most outrageous claims, and this allows him put the press to work as a marketing agency for his ideas. His lies reach millions of people through constant repetition in the press and social media...

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Mexican Government awards highest honor to a NE Ohio Hispanic Advocate

Dr. María José Pujana, MD of Westlake, Ohio is one of the recipients of the 2015 “Ohtli Award.” She was recognized for her years of work and success in helping the Hispanic/Latino and Mexican communities throughout the Northeast Ohio region.

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Rep. Jim Jordan Denies He Knew Of Decades-Long Sexual Abuse

Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, one of the most powerful conservatives in Congress, has denied reports that he ignored the alleged sexual abuse of athletes.

Allegations that Jordan was aware of sexual misconduct and explicitly was informed of specific incidents of alleged assault by the wrestling team's doctor, first surfaced in an NBC news story on Tuesday. But Jordan - who was an assistant coach from 1987 until 1995, when he was elected to the state legislature - has refuted the claims.

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U.S. Teenagers Volunteer in Their Communities

That statement is as true today as it was in the 19th century. Of the almost 65 million Americans who performed volunteer service in 2012, about 18 million of them were teenagers in secondary school. In fact, more than a quarter of all teenagers aged 16–19 volunteered to help their communities. Many teens find volunteering so rewarding that they recruit their friends to join them.
With the help of the nonprofit organization Youth Venture, Katie Green (above, right) has opened a New Hampshire chapter for teenage volunteers called Service for Peace.

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