Absentee Voting Requests Climb, COVID-19 And Evictions, Racism As Public Health Crisis Resurfaces

COVID cases continue to climb as absentee ballot requests come close to breaking records.

The pandemic is costing many people their jobs, and with evictions resuming, their homes.

And another controversial decision that’s leaving many devastated involving the death of a Black person by police officers – as Ohio has two resolutions waiting on declaring racism a public health crisis.

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Stephanie Howse

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