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Sen. Schiavoni addresses health care, other issues in Howland

HOWLAND — Kim Kengor remembers having needed an outpatient procedure done when she lived in Norway during the early 1990s. What was her co-pay? The equivalent of about $60. “In that system, everyone was covered; everyone got their necessary treatment,” said Kengor, a health educator for various companies that provide wellness screenings. “No one went bankrupt […]

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Schiavoni sets goals if elected governor

BOARDMAN — Ohio Senate Minority Leader Joe Schiavoni, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor in 2018, said his message is clear: if elected, he’ll work to make sure people have good jobs, kids get a quality education and people feel safe in their neighborhoods. “If you don’t have those three then the other […]

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Joe Schiavoni makes governor’s run official

Election 2018: Ohio Senate Minority Leader Joe Schiavoni officially launched his campaign to become Ohio governor on Wednesday. Schiavoni told cleveland.com’s Henry J. Gomez of his plans to run for governor on Tuesday. “After seven years of Republican control, we still don’t have the high-paying jobs that places like Youngstown, Toledo and the Ohio Valley […]

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Meet Joe Schiavoni, First Democrat To Enter Ohio Governor Race

As several Republicans signal their interest in the Ohio governor’s race, just one Democrat has officially stepped up and declared their candidacy: State Senator Joe Schiavoni. A former worker’s compensation lawyer, Schiavoni has represented the 33rd district, in the Youngstown area, for eight years. In 2013, he was elected unanimously by his colleagues as the Democratic leader of the Senate, […]

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