Ohio jobless claims rose to nearly 700,000 in the last three weeks of reporting, as the coronavirus continues to inflict economic pain.
As Ohio's COVID-19 outlook improves, Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday the state is working on a "fairly sophisticated plan" for a gradual return to normalcy, the details of which will be released "in the next week or so."
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher's Weekly Reporter Roundtable, hope on the horizon for Ohio's recovery.
Laura Bischoff, State Government Reporter, Dayton Daily News
Karen Kasler, Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau
Darrel Rowland, Public Affairs Editor, Columbus Dispatch