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The organization previously known as the Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati also announced plans to build another 50 little libraries.
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Majority Republicans on the Ohio Redistricting Commission rejected maps drawn by Democrats and choose to go with their own working maps for next week's public hearings.
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