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The claim comes as a New York prosecutor considers charging him in connection with hush money paid to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. There has been no announcement of plans for an indictment.
Three board members resigned after the National Audubon Society rejected calls to change its name. Some local groups are renaming themselves anyway.
The legislation comes more than a month after the train derailment in East Palestine. Similar legislation was introduced in the Senate earlier this month.
AMATS and NOACA are taking public comments on their draft Transportation Improvement Programs, which outline highway, public transit, bike, and pedestrian projects over the next four years.
Some candidates called for Akron, which is has a growing immigrant and refugee population, to become a "sanctuary city."
Six GOP-led states have now pulled out of the Electronic Registration Information Center, despite it being considered one of the best tools states have to detect voter fraud.
Gov. Mike DeWine and Sen. J.D. Vance have criticized the U.S. EPA for moving too slowly on removal of toxic soil in East Palestine.
Laketran will spend $22 million in federal and state grant money to renovate and expand its facility. The improvements are set to be complete by late fall 2024.
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