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News you may have missed | October 2, 2014

U.S. Supreme Court delays start of Ohio early voting – From Columbus Dispatch – Early voting was supposed to start on Tuesday.  US Supreme Court delays voting.

Why does the GOP fight early voting? From CNN – Donna Brazile, Al Gore’s campaign manager during his 2000 Presidential run, gives her opinion on early voting in Ohio…

Watch Bill Gates confirm everybody’s worst fears about Common Core  From Reason.com  – Rather than defend Common Core from accusations of creeping nationalization, Bill Gates finally confirmed that yes, this is exactly what Core proponents are trying to accomplish—less local autonomy is a good thing.

Get ready for another battle over Medicaid and Obamacare – From Columbus Business First – When Governor Kasich bucked his party to accept the Obamacare Medicaid expansion in Ohio, the fight wasn’t over.

Early voting, how I look at candidates – From AnnBecker.com – Ann writes on the difficult choices people have in this election and points to a few people she is going to support with her vote.

Libertarians still fighting for Ohio ballot access – From Maggie Thurber at Ohio Watchdog. Libertarian candidate for Governor, Charlie Earl is still fighting to get on the ballot.

Keeping our talents in Ohio – From Buckeye Institute.  A report from Buckeye Institute on Ohio’s population decline, who is leaving the state and why.

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