Ohio

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Place.png Ohio
(US State)
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Subpage(s)Ohio/Attorney General
Ohio/Governor
Ohio/Representative
Ohio/Senator

Ohio is a US state.

COVID-19

In Jult 2020, the Ohio Board of Pharmacy withdrew their order banning the use of Hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, after an appeal by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine.[1]

 

Groups Headquartered Here

GroupStartEndDescription
Baldwin-Wallace College1845Ohio liberal arts college
Case Western Reserve University1826Important research university with significant government ties
Chase Bank
Cleveland State University1964Cleveland, Ohio public university.
College of Wooster1866Private liberal arts college in Ohio
Kenyon College1824
Oberlin College1833Prestigious Ohio college with many ruling class and deep state alumni
Ohio Advocates for Medical FreedomOhio group that advocate for Medical Freedom.
Ohio Central College18541899In 1882, future president Warren G. Harding graduated from the college.
Ohio Northern University1871Small Midwestern private university
Ohio Wesleyan University1842Founded in 1842 "forever to be conducted on the most liberal principles."
Phi Delta Theta26 December 1848
Procter & Gamble31 October 1837Huge multi-billion dollar multinational corporation; specialising in consumer goods.
United Church of Christ
University of Akron1870State university in Akron, Ohio
University of Cincinnati1819Designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in the Cyber Operations Program by the Department of Homeland Security
University of Dayton1850Private, Catholic research university in Dayton, Ohio.
Xavier University1831Catholic Jesuit university in Ohio


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