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The AMOS Project is a federation of congregations in Greater Cincinnati dedicated to promoting justice and improving the quality of life for all residents. AMOS develops the leadership skills of low-income and working families to be active in public life.

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September 2, 2021

Advocates demand long-waited fix to Ohio unemployment system

Advocates for out-of-work Ohioans renewed calls to state lawmakers to fix problems with the unemployment compensation system that continue to prevent thousands…

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Mass Incarceration

Treatment instead of prison time: advocates push for passage of S.B. 3

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A bill that could allow some people with low-level drug possession charges to have those charges downgraded to misdemeanors…

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August 26, 2021

Gun Violence

With Criticism Mounting, Columbus Mayor Says Police Review Board Is ‘Top Priority’

In a heated meeting, Columbus Police Chief Tom Quinlan and Mayor Andrew Ginther checked in with the Safety Advisory Commission to give…

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