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Ohio AG denounces federal 'edict'
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warned the Obama Administration on Friday that he will “vigorously defend the interests” of Ohio against its transgender bathroom “edict” to schools. The Republican said that, absent congressional authorization, he would fight any attempt to withhold funds from schools that don’t allow students to use bathrooms of the gender they identify with.

Holiday travelers speed through airport lines
Travel at start of Memorial Day weekend moves quickly.

Hensville hosts country concert
Chase Bryant plays ‘Party in the Park.’

Mich. bills expand use of driverless cars
Auto-centric state moves beyond testing, prepares for advent of self-driving…

Cyclist finishes 9,040-mile journey
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Volunteers pay tribute with cemetery flags
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Italian actor, director Giorgio Albertazzi dies
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