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'Untouchable' attorney arrested, charged with human trafficking after USA TODAY Network investigation

USATODAY.com Saturday, 24 October 2020
Michael Mearan, 74, a longtime attorney in Portsmouth, Ohio, has now been charged with sex trafficking and racketeering.
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Hello, winter: Snowstorm targets Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, Appalachians

Tuesday – the first day of meteorological winter – will feature a winter storm for portions of the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and Appalachian mountains.

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Democrats debate direction of the U.S. Department of Agriculture

The person President-elect Joe Biden selects to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture will oversee farming policy as well as programs like food stamps and..
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A two-mile line in Arizona. A four-hour wait in Ohio. Millions seek help to avoid going hungry on Thanksgiving.

A Feeding America analysis estimates 15 million more people will live in food insecure homes in the U.S. this year compared to pre-pandemic levels.

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A two-mile line Arizona. A four-hour wait in Ohio. Millions of Americans are seeking help to avoid going hungry this Thanksgiving.

A Feeding America analysis estimates 15 million more people will live in food insecure homes in the U.S. this year compared to pre-pandemic levels.
 

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