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Marchers making their way across the Main Street Bridge. Columbus teachers are protesting tax abatements as their union negotiates a new contract.
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Some held signs, most chanted, but Marisa Keith pushed a cart.

“This is my art cart,” she explains. “I wanted everybody to see that this is my classroom.”

Columbus Education Association president John Coneglio marches with hundreds of teachers in downtown Columbus on April 24, 2019.
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Hundreds of teachers and their supporters streamed through downtown Columbus on Wednesday demanding lower class sizes, higher pay and an end to tax incentives for local developers.

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CoverMyMeds, one of the largest start-ups in Columbus, announced plans for a $240 million campus project in West Franklinton.

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One of the newer additions to the Columbus skyline is being acquired by a San Francisco corporation for $1.1 billion.