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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio National Guard Maj. Gen. John Harris visit the U.S. Southern border in Texas on Tuesday, Oct 5. The Ohio National Guard have 113 members are offering non-law enforcement support to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio National Guard Maj. Gen. John Harris visit the U.S. Southern border in Texas on Tuesday, Oct 5. The Ohio National Guard have 113 members are offering non-law enforcement support to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine made a two-day trip to the U.S-Mexico border last week to visit with Ohio national guard troops that were first deployed there almost one year ago. Democrats are calling it a political stunt to shore up his right flank in anticipation of a primary challenge in 2022, the governor has said his journey to the Mexican border is about an issue very close to home.

Here in Ohio, COVID-19 cases are decreasing but with colder weather on the way moving more people in doors, the question is will that trend continue.

The fight over redistricting continues with the Ohio Supreme Court ruling that members of the redistricting commission, among them Governor DeWine and leaders in the statehouse of both parties, can be questioned in pending legal fights.

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