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Gov. John Kasich has pushed back again against Donald Trump.

Andy Chow

The House wants to block state-directed funding from going to groups that perform abortions, including their main target: Planned Parenthood. 

A U.S. Senate contender wants to make gun control a top issue in his race against a former governor. 

Karen Kasler

Lawmakers in the Ohio House approved a resolution urging President Obama to stop the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the US.

Republican Rep. Tim Derickson (R-Oxford), who’s running for the southwest Ohio seat recently vacated by US House Speaker John Boehner, sponsored the resolution. “This resolution really is about screening, security screenings," Derickson said. "It’s not about not welcoming immigrants.”

Karen Kasler

The multi-year project to repair the crumbling dam at Buckeye Lake State Park is moving along quickly – in fact, boats may be able to get back out on the water late next summer. But Ohio Public Radio’s Karen Kasler reports some businesses say it’s not fast enough.

There’s a big change for fans who plan to go to the Horseshoe to cheer the Buckeyes on this Saturday. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports.

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Some lawmakers believe Ohio’s water quality is in danger because of a provision added to this year’s budget. 

Karen Kasler

Gov. John Kasich is asking the federal government to stop sending Syrian refugees to Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Jo Ingles has details.

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Gov. John Kasich is calling for action in the wake of the terror attacks in Paris.

The Republican presidential candidate appeared on Fox Business Network’s “Sunday Morning Futures”, invoking a provision of the NATO treaty that he says means an attack on one member affects all members.

“I think article five ought to be implemented, which means that all NATO members would assist France as they move to protect themselves and to root out the terrorists.”

A proposal on benefits for Ohioans who are out of work could be cut by more than half, from a maximum of 26 weeks to 12 weeks. Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow talked to a group that calls the plan "unbalanced.”

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