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PNS Daily Newscast - June 23, 2021 


A diverse group of supporters is speaking up for Tracy Stone-Manning as director of the U-S Bureau of Land Management; GOP sinks voting right measure.


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The White House kicks off a child tax credit promotional blitz, Senator Schumer will call for a debate on election reform, and New York City gives ranked voting a shot for its mayoral primary.

Public News Service - OH: Criminal Justice

Executions in Ohio are carried out at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Corrections)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Lawmakers and faith leaders are among Ohioans uniting behind legislation to end capital punishment in the state. On Tuesday, groups expressed hope to reporters that the political climate may be right for Ohio to join the 23 other states without capital punishment. Sen. Hearcel Cra

Since 2017, 45 states have considered bills restricting people's right to free assembly. (Adobe Stock)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - As protests against racial injustice continue across the country, lawmakers in the Buckeye State are considering bills opponents say would have a chilling effect on free speech. They include House Bill 109, which had a hearing yesterday before the Ohio House Criminal Justice Commi

According to Black Lives Matter, more than 90 families in Cleveland have been affected by police violence. (Pixabay)

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CLEVELAND - A new coalition is calling for a major overhaul of police oversight in one of Ohio's largest cities. Citizens for a Safer Cleveland announced a proposed amendment to the city charter that it said would ensure fair and independent investigations of police misconduct, and give final autho

Ohio is one of 28 states that still has the death penalty, but that could change. (Adobe Stock)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio lawmakers from both parties and in both chambers are joining forces on a bill to abolish the death penalty in the state. Sen. Nickie Antonio said she'll introduce legislation to replace execution as a punishment for murder with a sentence of life without parole. The Lakewood-

Data show a slight uptick in marijuana-related traffic accidents in Ohio in 2020. (AdobeStock)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- An Ohio mom whose daughter was killed in an accident caused by a marijuana-impaired driver is making it her mission to spare other families from a similar tragedy. Corinne Gasper's 22-year-old daughter Jennifer was driving to work in 2012 in the early hours of the morning, when he

As attitudes towards marijuana use change, one group is voicing concerns that Ohioans don't have all the facts. (Adobe Stock)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - With recreational or medical use of marijuana now legal in most states, one group wants to ensure that Ohioans fully understand its potential health risks. Prevention Action Alliance Executive Director Fran Gerbig explained that little is known about the safety implications of mar

Research in 2019 found people of color are up to 25% more likely than white defendants to have to pay a monetary bail amount, and are less likely to be able to afford it. (Adobe Stock)

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By Ashley Johnson/ Broadcast version by Mary Schuermann Kuhlman Reporting for the Kent State-Ohio News Connection Collaboration The sudden killing of George Floyd on May 25 led scores of protesters to take their fight for racial justice to the streets. Thousands of protesters have been arrested in

Earlier this year, a Franklin County, Ohio, juvenile detention center struggled to contain a COVID-19 outbreak that involved at least 27 staff members and 14 youths. (Adobe Stock)<br />

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AKRON, Ohio -- Across the country, the coronavirus has prompted juvenile-detention facilities to release kids at higher-than-usual rates. But a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds releases have now stalled, leaving many youths, disproportionately Black children, still living in pre-t

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