Ohio Republican pushes to end coronavirus-era closures, in split with DeWine (1 Viewer)

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A Republican lawmaker in Ohio introduced a bill this week to end Gov. Mike DeWine’s emergency declaration that’s restricted operations for many businesses and schools due to the coronavirus, as she pushes for her state’s economy to restart in full force.

The bill is representative of a growing divide in the Ohio Republican Party, with DeWine frequently citing public safety and a vocal, but growing, minority pushing for an end to restrictions enacted in the face of the deadly pandemic.

Republican State Rep. Diane Grendell introduced House Bill 763...

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