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State Senator Nina Turner (D—Cleveland) has been a leading opponent of Ohio Republican efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, and her latest statement has turned some heads. At a press conference yesterday, Turner, who represents voters in Beachwood, Shaker Heights, parts of Cleveland and several other communities, wore a shirt suggesting a new meaning for the acronym GOP: Get Out of my Panties, the Huffington Post reported. Ohio Public Radio and Television reporter Jo Ingles Tweeted the photo Tuesday afternoon. Do you agree with Turner's sentiment? Take our poll, and tell us more in the comments!
Westlake Recreation Center hosts appearance by the GOP vice-presidential candidate.
Nicole Miller of Lorain is 28, has finished nursing school recently, is unemployed, engaged and pregnant. Her life experiences are what led her to stand in line to attend Tuesday's rally featuring Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan at the Westlake Recreation Center. "I'm scared about everything," she said. "I'm worried about my baby in this world we live in. When people can't find jobs, crime goes up. People start losing their minds. I'm tired of seeing closed businesses and boarded-up homes where I live." Her mom, Debbie Miller, agreed. "I want jobs not just back here, but everywhere," she said. "I want the America of years ago back, those values. They're not just one religion's values, but all of our values." The two were …