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Saturday, 05 April 2014 09:28

Blackhawks nip Blue Jackets 4-3

Chicago Goal in Wild Scrum with 4 second left, beats Columbus

Saturday, 05 April 2014 09:22

Atlanta beats Cavaliers 117-98

Hawks slow Cleveland's Playoff Push

State must recognize marriages of gay couples legally wed elsewhere

Friday, 04 April 2014 10:27

Libertarian Candidate Denied

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Supreme Court has denied a request from a Libertarian candidate who was seeking to force the state's elections chief to place his name on primary ballots.
 
   Last month, Secretary of State Jon Husted disqualified attorney general candidate Steven Linnabary from the May 6 ballot.  Linnabary's nominating petitions were successfully challenged on two grounds: that a signature gatherer failed to comply with Ohio law requiring that he be either Libertarian or politically independent and another requirement that he disclose his employer.
 
   Linnabary's attorneys said the man who protested the petitions lacked the standing to do so. They also argued that the state law does not require certain petition circulators to disclose employment because they are independent contractors.
 
   The high court said Thursday that Husted reasonably interpreted the law.

Friday, 04 April 2014 10:25

Potential Landmark Gay Marriage Ruling

CINCINNATI (AP) - Civil rights attorneys are arguing that a federal judge should prohibit Ohio officials from enforcing the state's ban on gay marriage.
 
   The attorneys will deliver closing arguments in the matter Friday before federal Judge Timothy Black in Cincinnati.
 
   Their request goes far beyond their original and narrow February lawsuit asking Black to force Ohio to recognize gay marriage on birth certificates.
 
   They're now asking Black for a ruling that would effectively strike down the state's gay marriage ban, passed by voters in 2004.
 
   Attorneys for the state argue Ohio has a sovereign right to ban gay marriage and has the right to refuse to recognize same-sex marriages legally performed in other states.
 
   In a limited ruling in December, Black ordered Ohio to recognize gay marriage on death certificates.

Friday, 04 April 2014 05:15

Pittsburgh Pirates lose first game

Pirates lose to Cubs Thursday

Friday, 04 April 2014 05:14

Reds lose Thursday

Cardinals beat Reds 7-6 to take 2 of 3 in series

Friday, 04 April 2014 05:12

Cincinnati Bengals sign safety

Bengals sign free agent safety Danieal Manning

Friday, 04 April 2014 05:11

Blue Jackets win Thursday

Bobrovsky, Blue Jackets blank Philadelphia 2-0

Thursday, 03 April 2014 09:25

Silencer Bill Goes to Senate

 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Hunters could use silencers on their guns while hunting certain game under a proposal that passed the Ohio House.
 
   Representatives voted 73-14 to pass the bill Wednesday. The Senate still must consider the measure.
 
   A House committee approved the bill last month with bipartisan support after lawmakers examined the devices and listened to silenced and unsilenced weapons.
 
   The bill would allow licensed Ohio hunters to use the silencers while hunting certain birds and other wild game, including squirrels, rabbits and deer. Only those authorized under state and federal laws could use the suppressor, which must be properly registered.
 
   Supporters of the devices say they protect hunters' hearing, make field commands easier to hear and reduce disruptions to neighbors. Opponents say quieter weapons are less safe and easier to use illegally.

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