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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Sunday March 31, 2019 ( 52 items )  

17 Graduate From Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Seventeen farmers and agribusiness professionals from around Ohio recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Institute Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Class X graduates are Megan Dresbach of Circleville, Katie Esselburn of Shreve, Kayla Finton of Co  more

AAA Club Alliance: Gas Prices Spring Ahead
CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 26 -- AAA Club Alliance issued the following news release: * * * - Cincinnati Area Gas Prices Most Expensive in Ohio * * * With an eight-cent jump on the week, at $2.62, the national average continues to trend more expensive since mid-February. While today's national average is nearly a quarter more expensive than last month, it is only two cents more expensive than last year at this time. Cincinnati area drivers are feeling the pain at the pump as prices are the hi  more

ACLU of Ohio Urges Wholesale Rejection of Fetal Tissue Bill
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 26 -- The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio issued the following news release: * * * - Equates it to Legislative Harassmen * * * This morning at 9:30am the ACLU of Ohio will testify before the Senate Health, Human Services & Medicaid Committee to oppose Senate Bill 27, legislation that requires abortion care providers to cremate or bury fetal remains to "honor the unborn." This bill serves no legitimate medical purpose and is an obvious attempt to make accessing c  more

American Atheists Opposes Ohio's 6-Week Abortion Ban
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 27 -- American Atheists issued the following news: Yesterday, American Atheists, on behalf of its nearly 1,800 constituents in Ohio, wrote in opposition to SB 23, the "6-week abortion ban." This bill would impose one narrow religious viewpoint on the vast majority of Ohio women, who support reproductive freedom. Under the ban, women would lose access to legally protected abortion services. Not only would SB 23 undermine Supreme Court precedent protecting women's rights,   more

Animal Care Professionals at the Wilds Save Five Endangered Rare Dhole Pups
CUMBERLAND, Ohio, March 29 -- The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium issued the following news release: Five rare dhole pups are thriving at The Wilds as the result of the successful hand-rearing efforts of the conservation center's care teams. Born on February 16, 2019, this is the second litter of dhole (pronounced "dole") pups ever born at The Wilds--one of just four facilities in the United States that cares for this endangered species. The pups (two males and three females) were born in a behind-t  more

ASHP Names Bresler & Larson as 2019-2020 Executive Fellows
BETHESDA, Maryland, March 26 -- The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists issued the following news release: ASHP has selected Micaela Bresler and Bayli Larson as its 2019-2020 Executive Fellows in Association Leadership and Management. The yearlong fellowship provides each Executive Fellow with hands-on training under the guidance of ASHP executives in all facets of not-for-profit association leadership and management. Bresler is a PGY1 pharmacy resident at Mary Rutan Hospital in Bell  more

Business Conditions Report: March 2019
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 30 -- The Precision Metalforming Association issued the following news release, dated March 28: Metalforming companies sent mixed signals regarding their expectations for business conditions during the next three months, according to the March 2019 Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) Business Conditions Report Prepared monthly, the report is an economic indicator for manufacturing, sampling 110 metalforming companies in the United States and Canada. The March report  more

Chemical Bank, Chamber Foundation Support JobsNow
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, March 27 -- The Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber issued the following news release: Chemical Bank announced the renewal of its annual $10,000 pledge to the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber Foundation to support education and workforce development in the Mahoning Valley. The grant will enable the Regional Chamber to continue with its efforts to provide and promote the award-winning JobsNow program, ranked the No. 1 workforce development program by the Mid America Economic D  more

Cleveland Clinic, Akron Children's Expand Pediatric and Congenital Heart Collaboration
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 28 -- The Cleveland Clinic issued the following news release: Cleveland Clinic and Akron Children's Hospital are expanding their affiliation agreement that began in 2014 to now encompass both organizations' pediatric and adult congenital heart programs. When Cleveland Clinic and Akron Children's signed the initial agreement nearly five years ago, it brought together their pediatric cardiovascular surgeons and adult congenital cardiologists to collaborate on patient cases  more

Cleveland Foundation Announces $17.2 Million in March Grants
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 28 -- Cleveland Foundation issued the following news release: The Cleveland Foundation board of directors today approved $17.2 million in grants for the month of March. Supporting residents in Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties, the foundation has now invested $31 million in the community year to date. "This month's grants epitomize the full breadth of the foundation's commitment to Greater Cleveland," said India Pierce Lee, Cleveland Foundation senior vice president for  more

Community Oncology Alliance Names Dr. Mark E. Thompson to Newly Created Medical Director for Public Policy Position
WASHINGTON, March 26 -- The Community Oncology Alliance issued the following news release: * * * - Experienced Community Oncologist Will Provide Valuable Guidance on Public Policy Related to Patient Access to Local, Affordable Care * * * The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) announced today that Mark E. Thompson, MD, has been appointed to the newly created staff position of Medical Director for Public Policy. For over 30 years, Dr. Thompson was a practicing community oncologist at the Mark   more

Dater Foundation Grant to Assist Homework Help at Main Library, Branches
CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 25 -- The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County issued the following news release: The Library Foundation of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is the recipient of one of the eight grants handed out by the Charles H. Dater Foundation. The Library Foundation was awarded $50,000 to support the Homework Helpers program at the Library. "Homework Help is an essential tool the Library offers to students in the community who can't afford to hire private tutors," said Pa  more

Dominican Novices Visit Motherhouse in Adrian
ADRIAN, Michigan, March 28 -- Adrian Dominican Sisters issued the following news: Even during their Spring Break from the Collaborative Dominican Novitiate (CDN) and from formal studies at Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, two Dominican novices did not take a break from learning. Sister Rolande Kahindo Pendeza, a Maryknoll novice, and Sister Phuong Vu, a novice of the Dominican Sisters of Peace, spent their break visiting Dominican Motherhouses in Columbus, Ohio; Springfield, Illinois  more

Dresbach Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Megan Dresbach of Circleville recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Dresbach, a past Pickaway County Farm Bureau board member, is vice president of W.D. Farms LLC, a Circleville-based manure management company. S  more

ECD Secretary Nominations Deadline: August 15, 2019
WESTERVILLE, Ohio, March 27 -- The American Ceramic Society issued the following news: The ECD Nominating Committee invites nominations for the incoming 2019-2020 division secretary candidate. Nominees will be presented for approval at the ECD Annual Business meeting at MS&T19 and included on the ACerS spring 2020 division officer ballot. Nominations and a short description of the candidate's qualifications, should be submitted by August 15, 2019 to: Chair: Mrityunjay Singh|Aerospace Institut  more

Esselburn Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Katie Esselburn of Shreve recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Esselburn is a Wayne County Farm Bureau member who works as a dairy calf technical specialist doing consulting and milk replacer sales for Land O'La  more

Finton Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Kayla Finton of Coshocton recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Finton is a certified crop advisor in eastern Ohio. She helps run her family's grain farm and cow-calf operation in Coshocton County. She is Coshoct  more

Fowler-Shaw Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Aubry Fowler-Shaw of Thornville recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Fowler-Shaw is a 4-H Youth Development Educator for Ohio State University Extension in Fairfield County. She and her husband have an alpaca op  more

Franz Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Doug Franz of Mt. Gilead recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Franz is a project manager for OHM Advisors, an architectural and engineering firm in Columbus and has served in the military for more than 28 years.  more

Hamilton Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Amy Hamilton of Hillsboro recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Hamilton is a commercial ag loan officer for First State Bank and has a small cow-calf beef and hay operation. She's a trustee and secretary of the   more

Hill Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Amanda Hill of Marion recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Hill provides leadership training through TurnKey Leadership Group and is a consultant for Groundwork BioAg, an Israeli-based agricultural company. She   more

Hoelscher Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Jacob Hoelscher of Osgood recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Hoelscher is a farm and agribusiness agent for Phelan Insurance Agency and has a hog and grain farm operation. He is a Darke County Farm Bureau memb  more

In Healthy Young Women, Sleep Quality Varies Throughout the Menstrual Cycle
NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana, March 23 -- The Endocrine Society issued the following news release: Young women are more likely to experience sleep disruption in the days leading up to their menstrual period, according to a new study that will be presented Saturday at ENDO 2019, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society, in New Orleans, La. "Sleep is more disrupted in the several days directly prior to menses in young healthy women," said Anne E. Kim, a medical student at the Cleveland Clinic Lerne  more

Ison Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Sarah Ison of Moscow recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Ison is a food safety and research consultant. She and her husband have a commercial and registered Angus cow-calf to finish operation where they market   more

Legislation Developed From Buckeye Institute Proposal Would Remove Employment Barriers for Military Spouses
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 27 -- The Buckeye Institute issued the following news release: Greg R. Lawson, a research fellow at The Buckeye Institute, testified today (https://www.buckeyeinstitute.org/library/docLib/2019-03-27-Legislation-Developed-from-Buckeye-Institute-Proposal-Would-Remove-Employment-Barriers-for-Military-Spouses-testimony.pdf) before the Ohio Senate Transportation, Commerce, and Workforce Committee on Senate Bill 7, which was developed from recommendations made by The Buckeye Ins  more

Morrell Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Bailey Morrell of Wooster recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Morrell works in marketing for Certified Angus Beef, LLC. She serves as a committee member with the Wayne County Farm Bureau Young Ag Professionals   more

New Buckeye Institute Poll: Majority of Ohioans Support Lower Gas Tax Increase and Demand Offsets
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 27 -- The Buckeye Institute issued the following news release: A new Buckeye Institute poll found that a majority of Ohioans support a lower gas tax increase and insist that policymakers should offset any increase in Ohio's gas tax by cutting taxes and spending in other areas. "Ohioans have spoken clearly: they are taxed enough already, thank you very much," said Robert Alt, president and chief executive officer of The Buckeye Institute. "Ohioans want good roads, but a ma  more

New Report Details Growth in Cincinnati Tech Community
CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 28 -- The Computing Technology Industry Association issued the following news release: * * * - 2,300-plus new jobs added in 2018, according to CompTIA Cyberstates 2019(TM) * * * Tech-related employment in the Cincinnati metropolitan area increased by 2,316 new jobs in 2018, according to Cyberstates 2019(TM), the definitive guide to tech sector and workforce analytics released this week by CompTIA, the leading technology industry association. Net tech employment in th  more

New Report Details Growth in Cleveland Tech Community
CLEVELAND, Ohio, March 28 -- The Computing Technology Industry Association issued the following news release: * * * - Nearly 1,500 new jobs added in 2018, according to CompTIA Cyberstates 2019(TM) * * * Tech-related employment in the Cleveland metropolitan area increased by 1,477 new jobs in 2018, according to Cyberstates 2019(TM), the definitive guide to tech sector and workforce analytics released this week by CompTIA, the leading technology industry association. Net tech employment in th  more

Ohio NRCS State Conservationist Terry Cosby Honored by Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever
ST. PAUL, Minnesota, March 26 -- Pheasants Forever issued the following news release: Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever recently honored Ohio Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Conservationist, Terry Cosby, with a Conservation Service Award at National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic. Cosby's guidance and expertise in natural resources has been critical to helping "The Habitat Organization" establish and expand its Farm Bill Biologist Partnership Program across the United States,  more

Ohio NRCS State Conservationist Terry Cosby Honored by Quail Forever
ST. PAUL, Minnesota, March 26 -- Quail Forever, a division of Pheasants Forever, issued the following news release: Quail Forever recently honored Ohio Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Conservationist, Terry Cosby, with a Conservation Service Award at National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic. Cosby's guidance and expertise in natural resources has been critical to helping "The Habitat Organization" establish and expand its Farm Bill Biologist Partnership Program across the Unit  more

Pediatric Cell Atlas Aims to Map the Universe of Cells Responsible for Organ Growth and Disease Prevention
CINCINNATI, Ohio, March 28 -- The Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center issued the following news release: * * * - New multicenter consortium to create high-resolution data reference in child development * * * Biomedical researchers from 19 centers in Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Boston, San Francisco, Portland, Washington, DC, and other cities have joined with colleagues in five other nations to propose building the world's first Pediatric Cell Atlas (PCA). Drawing on recent advances   more

Policy Matters Calls on Ohio to Trim, Tighten or Trash Costly Tax Breaks
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 27 -- Policy Matters Ohio, a 501(c)3 non-profit and nonpartisan state policy research institute, issued the following news release: In just a few weeks most Ohioans will have filed their taxes. Few of them, however, will be able to avoid paying sales tax for a timeshare on a private jet. That's just one of the unnecessary and unproductive state tax breaks Policy Matters Ohio says should be reined in or repealed. The state of Ohio relinquishes $9.1 billion in revenue to 13  more

Popp Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Victoria Popp of Cincinnati recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Popp works at Farm Credit Mid-America managing its young, small and beginning farmer program. Her family has a small hobby farm in eastern Kentuck  more

Preston Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Trish Preston of Canal Winchester recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Preston is an associate director of development with the Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Adv  more

Rose Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Ashley Rose of New Vienna recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Rose is a Farm Bureau organization director for Clinton, Fayette, Greene and Warren counties. She and her father have a small breeding and market be  more

Scholarship Fund for LGBTQ+ Students Seeks Applicants
AKRON, Ohio, March 26 -- Akron Community Foundation issued the following news release: The GCEF Scholarship Fund of Akron Community Foundation is accepting scholarship applications from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allied students who have positively impacted the LGBTQ+ community. Established by the Gay Community Endowment Fund, the GCEF Scholarship Fund awards postsecondary academic scholarships to LGBTQ+ and allied students who live or study in Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit and   more

Senate Transportation Budget Zeroes Out Public Transit, Slightly Improves EITC
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- Policy Matters Ohio, a 501(c)3 non-profit and nonpartisan state policy research institute, issued the following news release: Last week, the Ohio Senate took a leap backwards by removing $100 million for public transit from the Transportation Budget allocated by the Ohio House of Representatives. They also took small steps to otherwise improve equity by expanding Ohio's Earned Income Tax Credit. Governor Mike DeWine proposed increasing the gas tax to 18 cents per ga  more

Slump in Blue Collar Jobs: Bad Weather or Sign of Weakening Economy?
WASHINGTON, March 28 -- The Center for Economic and Policy Research issued the following news release: February was a dismal month for jobs overall, particularly for jobs in blue collar sectors. According to a new analysis released today by the Center for Economic and Policy Research, employment in the construction, manufacturing, and the combined mining and logging sectors decreased by 0.14 percent, or 29,800 jobs nationwide. The construction sector lost 31,000 jobs in February, with the bigg  more

Tallmadge Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Sara Tallmadge of Loudonville recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Tallmadge is a laboratory animal technologist and registered veterinary technician focusing on livestock infectious disease medicine at the Ohio  more

Taylor Coil Processing Receives Grant From ORDC for Lordstown Facility
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, March 27 -- The Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber issued the following news release: At its board meeting today, the Ohio Rail Development Commission (ORDC) approved a grant award of $56,125 to Taylor Coil Processing in support of needed rail spur upgrades at the company's facility in Lordstown. Established in 1995, Taylor Coil Processing--a division of Taylor Steel--is a steel slitting operation that employs 67 full-time employees. In 2018 alone, the facility processed more  more

The Buckeye Institute Applauds Legislators for Work on School Funding, But Debate Needs to Focus on Creating a System That Puts Kids First
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Buckeye Institute issued the following statement by Research Fellow Greg R. Lawson reacting to the release of School Funding Workgroup's Fair School Funding Plan: "Representative Robert Cupp and Representative John Patterson deserve a round of applause for digging so deeply into one of Ohio's most important and complex areas of government--school funding--and for their commitment to educating Ohio's children. "Despite this tremendous effort, it is not clear how   more

The Buckeye Institute Urges Policymakers: Don't Increase the Tax Burden on Ohioans!
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 26 -- The Buckeye Institute issued the following news release: Robert Alt, president and chief executive officer of The Buckeye Institute, issued the following statement as the Ohio House and Senate conference committee begins meeting on Ohio's transportation budget. "As a conference committee prepares to reconcile the differences between the House and Senate versions of Ohio's transportation budget, several key goals should be utmost in policymakers' minds: * Ensure tha  more

The Buckeye Institute: Ohio Courts Should Look to the Text of Laws to Determine Legislative Intent
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 27 -- The Buckeye Institute issued the following news release: Daniel J. Dew, a legal fellow at The Buckeye Institute, testified today (see full text below or download a PDF) before the Ohio Senate Judiciary Committee on Senate Bill 108, which would eliminate a law--Ohio Revised Code Section 1.49--that encourages Ohio courts to rely on problematic sources to devise the legislative intent of ambiguous statutes. In his testimony, Dew looked at two weaknesses with Ohio's cur  more

The National Ground Water Association Reports Thousands of Wells Potentially Affected by Midwestern Flooding
WESTERVILLE, Ohio, March 25 -- The National Ground Water Association issued the following news release: The National Ground Water Association (NGWA), drawing on federal and state weather and emergency information, estimates that more than 300 counties in the Midwest have wells potentially impacted by late winter flooding. While the exact number of wells possibly affected by contaminated floodwater cannot be readily counted, Census Bureau data show over one million wells in these counties. This   more

THE OEC Promotes Trish Demeter to Chief of Staff
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 27 -- The Ohio Environmental Council issued the following news release: Today, the Ohio Environmental Council is proud to announce that Trish Demeter, our Vice President of Energy Policy for the OEC, has been promoted to Chief of Staff for the the organization. "In addition to her successful track record as an energy policy expert at the OEC, Trish brings to the table her past experience as a former aide in the Ohio Senate, and a legislative liaison for the Ohio Departmen  more

Transit Funding Belongs in Transportation Budget
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 29 -- Policy Matters Ohio, a 501(c)3 non-profit and nonpartisan state policy research institute, issued the following news release: * * * - Conference committee compromise puts funds at risk in GRF * * * In the 2010-11 state budget, legislators and the governor began moving transit funding to the Transportation budget from the General Revenue Fund, where annual allocations had been steadily shrinking, putting Ohio near the bottom among states in transit funding per capi  more

Trump: U.S. to Invest $6 Billion in Abrams Upgrades
ARLINGTON, Virginia, March 26 -- The Association of the U.S. Army issued the following news, dated March 21: Investing in the "legendary" M1 Abrams tank is "at the heart" of the U.S. military's rebuilding effort, President Donald Trump said during a visit to the Lima Army Tank Plant in Ohio. Trump added that planned upgrades to the tank will keep production of the legacy vehicle "thundering down the assembly line." "Over the next three years, we're investing more than $6 billion in upgrades a  more

TX BioBytes From Texas Biomed -- Episode 031 -- Battling Bacteria and Biofilms
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, March 26 -- Texas Biomedical Research Institute issued the following news release: Daniel Wozniak, Ph.D., of The Ohio State University is a recognized expert in the field of infectious diseases. Recently, he visited Texas Biomed as the keynote speaker at the Research Symposium 2019. Dr. Wozniak is looking for new ways to treat stubborn infections that often make life miserable for patients or ultimately claim their lives. These secondary infections are the kinds of diseases  more

Walls Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Lindsey Walls of Defiance recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Walls works as a crop insurance specialist for Farm Credit Mid-America. Her family has a grain operation in Mercer County. She is a member of the Oh  more

Wells Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Laramie Wells of Russellville recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Wells is a program technician for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency and is in charge of compliance and price support prog  more

Zucker Graduates From Ohio Farm Bureau's Leadership Program
COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 25 -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation issued the following news release: Jonathan Zucker of Marion recently graduated from Ohio Farm Bureau's AgriPOWER Class X. The elite leadership program was started in 2008 to help agricultural advocates gain influence over public policy issues that impact their businesses and communities. Zucker works with his grandfather on their family corn, soybean and sweet corn farm. He is the public policy chair for Marion County Farm Bureau, an  more