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    Amtrak Wants to Lure People out of Their Cars and Onto Trains

    Amtrak does believe a small percentage of people would rather ride on the train. This is in regard to every day, tens of thousands of people who ease their autos in traffic. They, in fact, travel in some portion of the interstate through various cities and states. Major Expansion Last month, the passenger rail system went and outlined a plan for a major expansion throughout the U.S. This feature several new routes in Ohio, including service linking Cleveland and three other cities. Planning Stages for the Route In 2010, the route was in the planning stages. It's an idea that has literally been discussed for years. This occurred when the newly elected Governor John Kasich infamously returned $400 million to the federal government in startup costs for the 3C corridor. Eleven years later, rail advocates seem hopeful. Once again, they are hoping the idea may become a reality. Moreover, President Joe Biden has in fact included $80 billion in railroad investments in his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Though it's not abundantly clear how ... Read More

    Federal Appeals Court Rules Decided After Not Using Correct Pronouns

    Federal appeals court ruled that an Ohio professor can in fact sue a university for violating his constitutional rights. This occurred after he was disciplining for refusing to use the preferred pronouns of a transgender student. Federal Appeal Court Victory for Nicholas Meriwether A philosophy professor, Nicholas Meriwether, at Shawnee State University in Ohio, filed a lawsuit in 2018. The school formally disciplined him. It was based on his refusal to follow a school policy. It was requiring the use of a student's pronouns. This would make the student's gender identity, according to the decision. District Court Disagreed Before Meriwether's lawsuit had a lack of standing. This was according to a district court that previously dismissed the lawsuit. On Friday, the decision by a three-judge panel from the 6th US Circuit Court of Appeals went ahead and revived the lawsuit. Therefore, it sends it back to a lower court where Meriwether can make his argument that his First Amendment rights of free speech and religion and his 14th Amendment right. This in fact proving the due process is violating. Federal Court Deemed American Univers ... Read More

    The Buckeye State House Passes Bill Rescinding State Health Orders

    The Buckeye State House passed a bill that would allow lawmakers to rescind public health orders issued by Governor Mike DeWine. In addition, to The Buckeye State Department of Health. In fact, it was put through quickly out of committee one year to the day from when the Corona Virus pandemic began in the Buckeye State. Then, it was moving onto the House floor where it passed on party lines. Buckeye State Republicans Battle Moreover, in a year-long attempt, Republican lawmaker's tried to rein in Ohio Governor Mike DeWine's authority. Republican lawmakers’ latest in a year-long attempt to rein in Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's authority to issue public health orders during the pandemic passed Wednesday in the House. It faces an affirmative veto by the governor. Buckeye State GOP Lawmakers GOP lawmakers made several changes to the Senate bill that would close loopholes for governors to come and local boards of health to give emergency orders. This occurred in recent committee hearings. Lawmakers can rescind any order is one of those changes. The rule issued in response to a state emergency on the da ... Read More

    The Forest City Cracks Down on Illegal Behaviors for Support Animals

    The Forest City is putting a notice on owners of what is supposedly passing off as emotional support animals or ESAs. This is taking place in Ohio. "It's about preventing fraud," said Aviva Vincent, Ph.D., LMSW. “Moreover, in fact, other states don’t have accountability. Therefore, we are modeling this as the standard.” The Forest City: False Claims However, in current years, there has been an uptick in people saying their pets are ESAs. With all kinds of animals seen on airplanes including a peacock to pigs and even a kangaroo. ESA's are Longer Fall Under the Category of Being Service Animals Moreover, several complaints and a few passengers are being attacked which lead to a ruling by the U.S. Department of Transportation in December that in fact ESAs are no more seen as service animals. Because what are actual service animals are "trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability." The U.S. Department of Transportation Sees Through the Ruse of what People are Trying to Passin ... Read More

    Amtrak Looking at a Major Expansion Across the U.S.

    Amtrak is creating what it's calling a "visionary plan" to expand rail service across the U.S. This includes the possibility of a major expansion in Cleveland that could link the city to Columbus and Cincinnati via train. Amtrak Planning New Routes in Ohio In the early stages, the plan is being shopped to local and state officials. This includes the possibility of five new routes in Ohio. The plan includes four that runs through Cleveland. Expanding a rail service across the nation, we have developed a visionary plan, said Amtrak spokesman Marc Magliari. It provides a service to large metropolitan areas that have little or no Amtrak service. Therefore, we are working with our state partners, local officials, and other stakeholders. We need to really understand their interests in new and improved Amtrak. This plan will be released soon. Embracing any possibility of an expansion of passenger train service in the state, it's unclear how realistic the plan is according to rail advocates across Ohio. Or how expensive it is or how quickly it might be implemented. Amtrak's Ambitious Plan ... Read More

    National Guard Soldiers are Activated Ahead of Planned ‘Armed Protests’

    National Guard soldiers are being activated for use in Ohio and Washington, D.C. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is signing an order. National Guard Soldiers Activated for Training and Assist Cities DeWine is activating up to 580 Ohio guard members for training. This is according to the Ohio Guard Office. Moreover, they assist local and state law enforcement in Ohio cities and at the Ohio Statehouse amid plans for "armed marches" by supporters of President Donald Trump. Therefore, around 200 extra Guard members go to Washington, D.C., according to the Ohio National Guard Office. Training is beginning to assist during the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C. through this activation, the governor said. Welcoming Peaceful Protestors People do have the right to protect yet they do not have the right to be destructive or hurt other people. But, given what did occur at the Capitol, we are concerned, yet we welcome peaceful protestors. Armed protestors at all 50 State Capitols ... Read More

    Breast Cancer Vaccine Developed by a Clinic is Cleared by the FDA

    A breast cancer vaccine which is 10 years in the making was invented and developed by Cleveland Clinic immunologist Dr. Vincent Tuohy. Breast Cancer Affects Hundreds of Thousands of Woman Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer. In fact, 300,000 people will have breast cancer in the U.S. this year alone. The question is what if breast cancer could be wiped out altogether? Cleveland Clinic caregivers say they're doing well after vaccinations. Breast Cancer Vaccinations Need to Accelerate “We know enough about the immune system now to try these things. We have the ability, but we’re at a snail pace and should be on warp speed pace,” Tuohy said. The Cleveland Clinic has partnered with Anixa Biosciences. This company has an exclusive worldwide license to the new technology. Technology Works Against Protein An explanation of how the technology works to immunize against a protein that is foun ... Read More

    State and National Organizations back the CDC over Eviction Moratorium

    State and National Organizations Join Fight Over Eviction Moratorium State and national organizations have banded together in a legal fight over an eviction moratorium that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ordered this fall. Moreover, the agency's move is to protect against the spread of the Corona Virus. Documents were filed last week in U.S. District Court in Akron in support of the CDC's decision. The American Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Coalition on Homelessness and Housing in Ohio, as well as other groups, were part of this coalition. Moratorium on Rental Evictions However, there is a ruling is at the center of this lawsuit by landlords from across northern Ohio. Moreover, the landlords claim the agency’s move to place a nationwide moratorium on renta ... Read More

    Military and Defense Jobs Created by Political Leaders

    Military personal and its role in the country's defense operations are a focus of Ohio political leaders as they continue to push the state's commitment. Therefore, there are currently more than 90,000 jobs and 30 defense installations across the states. Military and Federal Assets Job Sector Moreover, a recent virtual town hall featured U.S. Sens. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and Sherod Brown, D-Ohio, joined Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Congressman Steve Stivers, Ohio Senate President Larry Obhof, and State Sen. Stephanie Kunze in a virtual town hall. In addition, JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef were at the virtual town hall. Moreover, this regarding the state’s plan on expanding its military and federal assets job sector.Therefore, the focus of the town hall centered primarily on Central Ohio. Attracting New Opportunities and Providing a Welcome Home for Military Families and Veterans “Ohio is known for its commitment to the nation’s military and to those who serve,” Obhof, R-Medina, said. “The current military installations, attract new opportunities and provide a heartwarming welcome for our military families and veterans. We appreciate the support and expertise JobsOhio provides to o ... Read More

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2021 Nomination Plans

    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2020 will be honored during an HBO special on November 7th. The attention will turn to 2021, once it airs. This will be an unprecedented year for the Rock Hall of Fame. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live Induction Ceremony It will mark the first time a live induction ceremony takes place in November in Cleveland if the COVID-19 pandemic lets up. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation has confirmed to cleveland.com that its Nominating Committee will officially meet in early 2021. The Foundation handles the inductions out of New York. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum first said this back in July, but then changed the dates. The next ballot will be made and revealed the same year the selected artists are inducted. Generally, the committee meets in the fall. Then creating a ballot for the class that will be inducted the next spring. For example, the Rock Hall’s Nominating Committee met in fall 2019. Then they created the ballot for the Class of 2020. Moving the Ceremony Complicated Things ... Read More