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The full Senate is expected to take up a controversial bill called The Cyberthreat Information Sharing Act (CISA) when members return from their August recess.

Dozens of amendments will likely be added to the act, but in its present form businesses would have immunity from customer lawsuits when they hand over information about cyberthreats to other companies and to federal agencies.

Three Valley Conservation Trust in Oxford, Ohio is a non-profit land trust designed to protect and monitor about 160 properties, covering more than 18,000 acres and 70 miles of stream corridors, under permanent conservation and agricultural easement agreements.

Are you looking for a sign? Aren'’t we all at some point in life? At the American Sign Museum in Camp Washington, you may not find THE sign you seek, but you'’ll certainly have a great time looking. On display throughout a 40,000-square-foot former parachute factory are thousands of signs, from sets of Burma Shave roadside signs or a 50-foot-long ad for Mail Pouch Tobacco, still gracing the side of a barn, to bright, colorful neon signs promoting everything from restaurants to churches to Persian rugs.

School-age children, from preschoolers to college students, need vaccines. While it's true that some vaccine-preventable diseases have become very rare thanks to vaccines, the United States experienced a record number of measles cases last year, and approximately 9,000 cases of whooping cough have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control already in 2015.

Students across the country are getting ready to head-off to college campuses, many of them about to live away from home for the first time. Unfortunately, one of the new experiences they will probably have is getting sick, without mom or dad there to take them to the doctor, get their medicine, and nurse them back to health.

Children with uncorrected vision conditions or eye health problems face many barriers in life. And vision doesn't just happen, a child's brain learns how to use eyes to see, just like he or she learns how to use legs to walk. The longer a vision problem goes undiagnosed and untreated, the more a child's brain learns to accommodate for the  problem.

The Cincinnati Art Museum’'s Early Cincinnati galleries in the Cincinnati Wing reopened on the first of this month. These galleries tell the first chapter in the story of the Cincinnati Wing, detailing the city’'s rise as an artistic center from its founding in the late 18th century through the years leading to the Civil War.

Green roofs, also known as eco-roofs or nature roofs, have become increasingly more popular as people and organizations realize their benefits, from better storm-water management and reduced CO2 impact to cutting down summer air conditioning costs. You may not realize it, but Washington Park is a green roof. And a 2,400 square foot green roof grows on top of Giraffe Ridge Barn at the Cincinnati Zoo.

NaviGo Scholars is a distinctive one-on-one coaching and mentoring program for high school students which engages businesses in the students futures, and responds to demands for a trained and educated workforce to meet our region's future needs.

  With so many individuals and companies clamoring for attention, through so many different forms of media, it’s a real challenge to do work that resonates with the marketplace and creates a true and lasting impact. 

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