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Tribal advocates keep up legal pressure for fair political maps; 12-member jury sworn in for Trump's historic criminal trial; the importance of healthcare decision planning; and a debt dilemma: poll shows how many people wrestle with college costs.

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Civil rights activists say a court ruling could end the right to protest in three southern states, a federal judge lets January 6th lawsuits proceed against former President Trump, and police arrest dozens at a Columbia University Gaza protest.

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Rural Wyoming needs more vocational teachers to sustain its workforce pipeline, Ohio environmental advocates fear harm from a proposal to open 40-thousand forest acres to fracking and rural communities build bike trail systems to promote nature, boost the economy.

Mary Kuhlman

Managing Editor

Mary Kuhlman is Managing Editor at Public News Service. Mary is an Ohio-based broadcast journalist with over two-decades of experience, including reporting and anchoring for WHIO-AM in Dayton and WTAM 1100 in Cleveland. Since joining the PNS team in 2008, she’s produced thousands of stories across the country, helped launch the PNS Daily Newscast in 2012 and anchored the “Talks” newscast.


Languages Spoken: English

Topic Expertise: Civic engagement, consumer, health care, youth, environment.

Local Expertise: Ohio, Midwest

Location: Liberty Township, OH

Demographic Expertise: Children, low-income families, older adults, women.

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Chinese Soybean Tariff Spells Trouble for Ohio Farmers

By Nathan Reineck/Broadcast version by Mary Schuermann Kuhlman Reporting for the Kent State-Ohio News Connection Collaboration Nearly a year after …

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Michigan Budget Process Kicks into High Gear

LANSING, Mich. – With the state budget process kicking into high gear, some policy groups are praising the governor's proposals to improve the …

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Needle Exchanges More Than Double in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio – New research examines the growth of syringe service programs in Ohio, and highlights the demand for continued support for them…

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Social Work Month: Protecting Those Who Protect Others

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Those who provide comfort and protection for Ohioans in crisis say they need more support in their efforts. March is …

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Dreamers Still Delayed

CINCINNATI – March 5, 2018, was the deadline President Donald Trump gave Congress to develop permanent solutions for DACA recipients. The day …

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Opioid Crisis: The Urban/Rural Divide

COLUMBUS, Ohio – While the opioid crisis has touched Ohioans from all walks of life, some of the risk factors may not be random. In an …

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State of Babies Report: Illinois Has Room to Grow

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Illinois has room to grow when it comes to ensuring its youngest residents have a strong start in life, according to a new …

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Indiana Students Continue to March for 'Their' Lives

INDIANAPOLIS – Nearly a year after a massive national anti-gun violence event, students in Indiana are continuing their fight. A "March for Our …

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"Heartbeat Bill" Back for a Third Time in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A controversial …

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Ohio’s Guardianship Laws Leave Seniors Vulnerable to Abuse

By Katie Ellington, reporting for the Ohio Center for Investigative Journalism, Eye on Ohio Broadcast version by Mary Schuermann for Ohio News …

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