OH GOP Wants To Rein In Health Director

Republican lawmakers, frustrated with Ohio’s aggressive stay-at-home orders, vote in the GOP-controlled House to limit the authority of the state’s health director. The move seeks to restrict mandatory orders issued by the health department to 14 days. After that, the orders would need approval from a legislative rule-making body. Gov. DeWine opposes the move…he thinks his fellow Republicans should be focused on increasing coronavirus testing, dealing with a $775 million budget deficit and reopening the economy.

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