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44 Americans infected but not all show signs of sickness of coronavirus; and NC counties declare 2nd Amendment sanctuaries.

2020Talks - February 14, 2020 


The Nevada Culinary Workers Union has declined to endorse a candidate ahead of the start of early voting tomorrow. Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg has been focused on Super Tuesday, but other candidates are now joining him in those 14 states, plus American Samoa and "Democrats Abroad."

Public News Service - OH: Early Childhood Education

Cleveland, OH – A lot of parents shy away from talking to kids about sex, and that can cause trouble during the teenage years, according to Unitarian minister Debra Haffner. Director of the Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice, and Healing, Reverend Haffner explains age-appropriate

Children's advocates say Ohio kids have a lot to smile about in the state budget, and with one last hurdle to clear this week, they're hoping for continued bipartisan support for things like child care, after school programs, and early child education. The budget includes a $20 million boost for a

Ohio police are working to cut down on crime by reading books to preschoolers. It's part of the "Cops for Tots" program, bringing police officers in to help educate Ohio's youngest citizens. Powell Police Chief Gary Vest is president of the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police. He says police hav

With the state House poised for a budget vote, some children's groups are giving their plan a thumbs-up when it comes to child care and pre-school funding. Katie Kelly with the Ohio Groundwork Campaign says the House budget will expand preschool funding to thousands more kids, help child care cent

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