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A new report shows before the pandemic hit, only three of the ten most common jobs in Ohio actually paid employees enough to afford a basic two-bedroom apartment. Now, the report notes the situation has worsened. 

People gather outside Holy Family Church in Columbus, which does outreach to the homeless in Franklin County.
Karen Kasler

The more than 10,000 people in Ohio identified as homeless are already at a higher risk for catching communicable diseases but the coronavirus pandemic is making matters worse. 

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The nation’s highest court has ruled Ohio can continue to maintain its voter rolls the way it currently is.