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Zayre--- shopped at the one on Linwood all of the time. My sister went in labor with her second child on the way to Zayre. :) :)

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There are 11 farm sites within the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, and every day more than 200 inmates are providing farm labor. Reporter Chris Kick took a look at life "Beyond the Barbed Wire" in a special story.

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Give a little history lesson! Why do we celebrate Labor Day? This is a great link from the US Department of Labor that will help your children understand what this day is all about! :)

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Ohio University economist Richard Vedder believes Mitt Romney was right about the "47 percent" of Americans who are, "dependent upon government." Vedder said Department of Labor statistics show four programs in particular contribute to  Americans' increasing dependence on government. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Nearly 30 million more Americans receive them. Social Security Disability: 8.6 million. Pell grants: 9.7 million.

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Dayton, Ohio, circa 1902. "Typewriting department, National Cash Register.

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Lisa M. Lynch is Dean and Maurice B. Hexter Professor of Social and Economic Policy at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University. From 1995-1997 she was the Chief Economist at the U.S. Department of Labor and she has been a faculty member at Tufts University, M.I.T., The Ohio State University, and the University of Bristol. She is currently a member of the Governor's Council of Economic Advisors for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a member of the National…

The Department Of Labor Reports 47 #Construction Worker #Fatalities In December Of 2015 Alone yourohiolegalhelp.com

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Ah yes, the American worker, pride of the nation, best in the world. So are we a pro- or anit-worker nation at the end of the day? This March marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the U.S. Labor Department, signed into law by WH Taft, son of Ohio. Last year, the election was all about "job creators, entrepreneurs" versus "middle-class workers" and their families. Romney defended managers, Obama fought for workers. Like the Pharoahs, great men did "build that" ... But on workers'…