Labor Council

Friday, September 17, 2021
Message from President Liz Shuler
Union members and our families made the difference in this recall election by rejecting the recall and ensuring that Gov. Gavin Newsom can continue his work building a stronger, more prosperous California.
However, it cannot be lost on any of us that this attempted power grab wasted time, money and focus on an ultimately futile attempt to oust a popular and respected public servant. Rather than a race for meaningful change, the California recall election was a race to the bottom in search of the most anti-worker and anti-union candidate to replace Gov. Newsom. Last night we celebrated this victory, and today we get back to the real work at hand of rebuilding the economy for working people. With this distraction behind us, we now turn our attention to electing pro-worker candidates to state, local and federal office.

Across the country, workers’ power is growing. We won’t be satisfied with an economy that only helps the wealthiest among us. The labor movement is strong and getting stronger. We showed that to California when we defeated the anti-union recall a couple days ago and we’ll show the rest of the country soon by passing the PRO Act.
Shuler Attends TWU Convention in Las Vegas
The Transport Workers Union (TWU) is holding its 26th convention this week in Las Vegas. AFL-CIO President Liz Shuler spoke live at the convention, praising the members of TWU for their determination in unprecedented times. “TWU is leading, with its commitment to equality in the workplace and investments in the next generation through the Future Leaders Organizing Committee,” Shuler said. “And thanks to [President] John [Samuelsen]’s innovation as a leader, TWU has a culture of activism and organizing we want to see throughout the entire labor movement. Together, we will leverage our power for transformations.”
Republicans Failed To Uphold The Ohio Constitution
Dear Sisters and Brothers,

In 2015, over 70% of Ohioans voted in favor of a Constitutional Amendment to end the illegal practice of gerrymandering when drawing legislative maps. Unfortunately, last night the five Republicans on the Redistricting Commission failed to uphold the Constitution.

Richard Gunther, one of the authors of the Constitutional Amendment that passed in 2015, calls the Ohio Redistricting Commission maps that passed last evening "flagrantly unconstitutional," citing Article XI, Section 6 (B) which says: "The Ohio redistricting commission shall attempt to draw a general assembly district plan that meets all of the following standards:

(A) No general assembly district plan shall be drawn primarily to favor or disfavor a political party.

(B) The statewide proportion of districts whose voters, based on statewide state and federal partisan general election results during the last ten years, favor each political party shall correspond closely to the statewide preferences of the voters of Ohio.

(C) General assembly districts shall be compact."

The Constitution clearly calls for legislative maps that reflect statewide partisan preference of the voters. However, the maps approved by the Commission completely ignore that criteria, disregarding the will of the people in favor of partisan, political gain.

We will continue to work with good government groups and coalitions as they review the Ohio House and Senate maps and consider next steps, including possible litigation. As the state legislature now begins the process of developing the new Congressional map, we call upon Republicans to follow the Constitution and draw fair districts that keep communities together and put the needs of voters first.
In solidarity,
Tim Burga, President
Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council 51st Annual COPE Event to Celebrate New Leadership, New Faces and The Changing Look of Labor!
“Where Do We Go from Here” is the question that will be asked and answered by the 51st Annual Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council COPE Celebration, Thursday evening, October 21, 2021.

Never before has Labor had the opportunity we have today. Not in any of our lifetimes has there been a political and social environment this favorable to working people and our right to organize! It’s time to seize the day!

Organized Labor is in a unique period of both transaction and opportunity right now. We have the most pro-union administration in the white house in over 75 years. Unions are more broadly popular now than they've been in over 60 years. A survey by Gallup released in late August 2021 found that 68% of respondents have a positive view of unions — the best reading for that question dating back to 1965. Younger workers are even bigger backers of unions, with 77% of those 34 and younger having a positive view. There is also a generally more positive environment for workers today, with more job openings than job candidates resulting in rising wages in many sectors of the economy.

The Executive Council Members of the AFL-CIO elected the most diverse leadership team in the history of the AFL-CIO with Liz Shuler, the organization’s first female leader, and United Steelworkers International Vice President Fred Redmond to succeed Shuler as secretary-treasurer, the first Black American to hold that office. And more broadly, the face of the rank and file of Labor is changing across the country.

Cope 2021 will celebrate this most advantageous period in which we now find ourselves -- new leadership, new direction, new inspiration! The evening will open with two Invitation Only Sessions. VIP Session #1 is a chance to virtually mingle with Tim Ryan, U.S. Representative for Ohio's 13th Congressional District and AFL-CIO Endorsed Candidate for U.S. Senate. VIP Session #2 features a chance to chat with Clayola Brown, AFL-CIO Director - Civil, Human and Women’s Rights.

Then the General Session opens with a special greeting from the newly elected leadership of the AFL-CIO followed by a Cincinnati Labor Council Living Leaders retrospective with our guest host, Denise DalVera and her special guests, Dan Radford, Doug Sizemore, and Pete McLinden.

Aftab Pureval, Hamilton County Clerk of Courts, and Cincinnati AFL-CIO Endorsed Candidate for Mayor, City of Cincinnati will introduce the first of two featured speakers, Tim Ryan, U.S. Representative for Ohio's 13th Congressional District and AFL-CIO Endorsed Candidate for U.S. Senate, then Andre Washington, Vice Chair-Ohio Democratic Party will introduce our second featured speaker, Clayola Brown, AFL-CIO Director - Civil, Human and Women’s Rights.

Now is our time. It is time to embrace the pace and the changing nature of the workplace, workers and to fight for what is rightfully ours. The right to health and safety protections, the right to a livable wage, protections for collective bargaining agreements, universal paid sick leave and family and medical leave, protections for whistleblowers, an end to worker misclassification, health care security, support for child care, the recognition of workers as experts, and the ability to hold corporations accountable for meeting their responsibilities. This is where we go from here. And it starts right here this very evening.

Unfortunately, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the new threat posed by the Delta Variant, we are once again unable to hold our traditional, in-person dinner gathering. Instead, the Cincinnati AFL-CIO will be holding a private COPE online event.

Please print, complete and return the form below to join with Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council family and friends to celebrate 51 years of Solidarity and Unity in the greater Cincinnati Labor movement.
Cincinnati Labor Council "Meet The Endorsed Candidates Night," Wednesday, October 6
It is indeed a privilege and an honor to invite our endorsed candidates to be a part of our Meet The Candidate Night, Wednesday, October 6, 2021.

At 7:00 PM sharp, we will hold an abbreviated version of our regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the Labor Council Delegates at the LiUNA (Laborers' International Union of North America) Local 265 Union Hall.

Immediately following that meeting, at approximately 7:30, we will open the floor so that our endorsed candidates for Mayor, City Council, Cincinnati Public School Board and Hamilton County Municipal Court may address the Delegate Body.

Each Candidate will be given 3-4 minutes to introduce themselves and make brief remarks as their candidacy and most compelling reason for running.

We hope you will join us for this very important evening so we can celebrate our endorsed candidates and their candidacy while having the opportunity to get more familiar with them and them with us.

The LiUNA Union Hall is located at the LiUNA Local 265 Union Hall, 3457 Montgomery Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45207.

Thanks to all our endorsed candidates for their willingness to serve and for all you do and mean to our community. We look forward to having you join us for this informative and celebratory event.

In Unity and Solidarity…
Working People Turn Back California Recall Effort
The results of the California recall election are in and we have decisively defeated the anti-union side. As of publication time, 68% of the votes have been counted and nearly 64% of voters rejected the effort to recall Gov. Newsom (not pictured), compared to 36% who supported it. The labor movement helped lead the “No” campaign on the ground in the state as Newsom pursues a strong pro-worker agenda. More than 2,500 volunteer union members from across the country helped make over 1.3 million phone calls to union families in California. This result would not have been possible but for the nationwide solidarity of the labor movement. Now, our attention turns to the important policy battles ahead as well as the upcoming elections in New Jersey and Virginia.
President Biden's NLRB Ready to Punish Those Engaged in Union-Busting Activities
In June, we reported here that President Joe Biden had nominated Jennifer Abruzzo, then serving as Special Counsel for Strategic Initiatives for Communications Workers of America (CWA), to be General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board.
Abruzzo has already taken bold initiatives to hold union-busting companies accountable. As reported in Politico, Abruzzo instructed the board’s regional arms to use all available remedies allowed under the scope of federal labor law when punishing employers for unfair labor practices, the latest sign that the agency is toughening its enforcement under President Joe Biden’s pro-labor nominations to the board.
“The Board possesses broad discretionary authority to fashion remedies to fit the circumstances of each case that comes before it,” said General Counsel Abruzzo. “It is so important that we utilize every possible tool we have to ensure that those wronged by unlawful conduct obtain true justice. To do this, we need to examine all of the ways that workers have been hurt by unfair labor practices and seek remedies that will fully address them."
In cases involving unlawful conduct committed during a union organizing drive, Regions should seek remedies, such as: union access to employees and contact information; reimbursement of organizational costs; reading of the Notice to Employees and Explanation of Rights by a principal or board agent to employees, supervisors and managers, with union representatives present; distribution of such video recorded Notice to Employees and Explanation of Rights readings and postings on social media, local newspapers and online publications. 
In cases involving unlawful failures to bargain, Regions should seek remedies that include: bargaining schedules, submission of progress reports to the Agency on the status of bargaining, reimbursement of collective-bargaining expenses, and broad cease-and-desist orders.
US House Democrats Propose Tax Credit For Electric Vehicles That Are Union Made
This week, House Democrats introduced a proposal to expand the tax credits for electric vehicles. Most electric vehicles would have a tax credit of $7,500. That, however, would jump to $12,500 if the cars are union-made, according to Reuters. Under the proposal, General Motors, Ford Motor Company and Chrysler parent Stellantis NV would benefit from the proposal given that they employ union workers.
“We want to make sure that people who make good wages, support their families and contribute those wages and benefits in their community are the primary beneficiaries of this,” said Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint Township, who serves on the Ways and Means Committee and has been pushing the legislation in the House.
For five years, the legislation would implement $7,500 point-of-sale consumer rebates for electric vehicles and pay out an additional $4,500 for vehicles assembled in a union facility. Another $500 would be awarded for vehicles using a battery manufactured in the U.S.
“The AFL-CIO wholeheartedly supports the pro-union provisions of electric vehicle tax credit that the Ways and Means Committee is marking up this week. A bonus tax credit for EV's assembled in a union shop will support high standards for all autoworkers,” American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) said in a statement.
Ohio Pipe Mill Illustrates Need for Major Infrastructure Bill
It’s no secret that America’s infrastructure is crumbling. And for members of United Steelworkers (USW) Local 7014 at McWane Ductile, now is the chance to rebuild. Workers at the plant in Coshocton, Ohio, build American-made ductile iron pipe used in water infrastructure, as well as utility poles used to provide electrical power to communities throughout the country. The members of Local 7014 create some of the best pipes in the world. “We take pride in what we make and send out the gate,” said Local 7014 member Scott Terrell. But without significant investment in America’s infrastructure, jobs like this may be a thing of the past. Click here to watch the USW’s video about the need to create more good union jobs.
U.S Senator Sherrod Brown: Working For Working People!
Ohio AFL-CIO: Southwest Field Rep Update
Fair Districts Activists:

If you are like me, you’ve probably been riveted this week listening to powerful testimony in the Ohio Redistricting Commission hearings. Thanks to all who have testified, submitted testimony, shown up at the hearings, and followed along closely.

While mapmaking for Ohio House and Senate districts is likely to wind up tomorrow, congressional mapmaking has only been happening behind the scenes. Legislative leaders have not held a single hearing or shared a timeline for congressional mapmaking. We want to make sure state legislators hear our demand for fair congressional maps!

Please join us next Tuesday, Sept 21, at the Ohio Statehouse for Fair Maps Day!
We’ll be at the Statehouse 10am to 2pm. Our day will include speeches, marches, lobby visits, family friendly activities, and more. We are providing Fair Districts t-shirts for all, and attendees have the option to purchase a boxed lunch.

This is our chance to gather together and let the mapmakers feel our combined presence and power. We have over 300 people signed up already -- but we want you there with us!

Activists are joining us from all over Ohio. Join us to represent your Ohio county!

If you have registered already,be on the lookout for more information coming to you later this week! We will send an info sheet with what you need to know about parking, sign-in, shirts, lunch, lobby visits, and more.

NOTE: If you'd like to volunteer to drive other people or need a ride from your area, please email us at with the subject, Carpool.

See you at the Statehouse next Tuesday!
Labor 2021

Labor 2021 is officially underway! The Cincinnati AFL-CIO has a
impressive slate of Pro Labor candidates and we need to win big! As we
get closer to Election Day (Nov 2, 2021), we must build and strengthen
our Labor 2021 campaign. In order to build that campaign, we must
educate, organize and mobilize our Unions and Communities.

Checkout the campaign actions and our campaign calendar!
Available Actions:

1. Canvassing (Lit Dropping)
As Previous campaigns, Canvassing will be the main way to contact voters at their home. Volunteers will go to union households to educate members and share candidate Slates *This action includes an alternative Lit Drop plan for COVID-19

2. Phonebanking: Remote
a. Member-to-Member: Volunteers will be able to phone bank fellow union members in their CLC jurisdiction . This list will be provided by the State Fed (created by Field Staff).

b. Union Specific Phonebank events: Affiliate Unions will have the option to sponsor and host remote or in-person phonebank event for their union. Volunteers will call their union’s members only. (2 Unions can cohost phone bank events at 1 time)

c. Robocalls: the CLC or Affiliated Union leaders have the option to create a Robocall (Pre-recorded message) sent to all Affiliated union Households or to specific union memberships.

3. Mailers
a. State Issued Mailers: The Ohio AFL CIO will provide state issued mailers for CLCs and affiliated unions. The State Fed, CLC or Affiliated unions will mail these mailers.

b. Postcards: unions will have the option to send out Election Postcards for members or host a postcard party. CLC’s and/or state fed will need to coordinate details for postcards. Post cards can be done remotely

4. Worksites:
a. Affiliated Unions can organize leafleting events at their organized worksites of their choosing. Unions can also request campaign presentations and local union meetings. Unions will organize events with CLC and Campaign Coordinator

5. Digital:
a. The Ohio AFL CIO will provide digital ads that will be seen on multiple social media outlets
(Disclaimer: Dates and Actions subject to change based on resource availability and COVID protocols)
Get members registered to Vote!

I wanted to take the opportunity to encourage Leaders, Members and Activists to
distribute voter registration forms and links to their unions and communities. As
you know, the key to winning elections is voter power! Lets build that power by
getting our friends and family registered. You can download voter registration forms or complete an online registration today!

 Voter Registration: Aug 1 - Oct 4th
Note: Lit Drop Start Date has changed:

New Date: Lit Drops Begin Oct 2, 2021
Indoor Air Quality Training with NYCOSH
Brothers and Sisters,
Please join the Long Island Federation of Labor and the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm for an indoor air quality training.

Indoor air quality is one of the most common concerns in indoor working environments, yet there remains confusion over what it is, why and how we should pay attention to it, and how we can convince employers that this can be a serious workplace hazard.

In this workshop, we will specifically discuss how we can manage existing and potential indoor pollutants that impact air quality in the workplace, and how air quality impacts our health and comfort.

The training is free. Registration is required.

Womxn's Labor Leadership Symposium

We invite you to join womxn leaders across worker justice movements who are innovating by changing the narratives, broadening our vision of worker and community power, and implementing strategies to win. Check out the two-day agenda linked here. 

There is still time to register! Talk with staff, leaders, and members about participating. Scholarships and student discounts are available. Visit our website for more details about registration and sponsorship.

Can't wait to see you there,

Sheri Davis-Faulkner
WILL Empower 
(Women Innovating Labor Leadership)

WILL Empower is a joint initiative of the Center for Innovation in Worker Organization (CIWO) at the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations & the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor at Georgetown University; and the legacy project of Berger Marks Foundation.
Early Bird Pricing Still Available for the 39th Annual Labor-Management Conference
Join us at this year’s 39th Annual Labor-Management Conference on Labor-Management Relations: Building Connections through the Pandemic and Beyond, where experts will focus on practical concerns for labor and management as well as legal issues in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The annual conference was borne out of a partnership between NKU and FCMS many years ago to promote Labor-Management cooperation. When Labor and Management work together, they strengthen the region's workforce and its economic competitiveness. Business leaders, labor representatives, and government officials gather at our conference to find effective and valuable approaches to working together.

As Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts how people gather around the world, this isn’t business as usual. We’re committed to doing all we can to help during this time of uncertainty. While we are moving forward with the event as an in-person professional development opportunity, registrants of this event will have the option of attending in-person or virtually.

Must register by September 17, 2021 to receive the early bird registration rate

Early Bird: $160*
Late Registration: $180
NLRB Rate: $95
Student Registration: $40
Group Registration (10 tickets): $1,440

October 8, 2021
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m

Northern Kentucky University
Registration and sessions will take place at the Student Union
2021 Union Co-op Symposium
We're very excited for our 2021 Union Co-op Symposium, which is scheduled for Nov. 12 and 13.

Register today for the Symposium, a conference bringing together people interested in practical tools on how to start and run union worker cooperatives! 

Executive Director Kristen Barker at a panel during a past Symposium.

Why union worker cooperatives?

Across the world, communities are increasingly rejecting unsustainable patterns of economic development for innovative alternatives, including the union co-op model. This model joins the best tenets of the labor movement with opportunities for sustainable wealth-building and self-determination. As a result, it fosters wealth in communities historically excluded from the ownership economy. 

The Union Co-op Symposium is the only gathering of its kind

We will bring together social entrepreneurs, labor organizers, co-op workers, community development practitioners, and others with a vested interest in equitable economic development. Our 2-day gathering will provide community-building opportunities and workable strategies for forming, running, and nurturing union worker cooperatives.

2021 Symposium will be virtual and in-person

The 1st day of the conference will be virtual, while the 2nd day will be in-person in Cincinnati. The exact locations in Cincinnati and other details will be announced. 

Attendance options and pricing:
  • Option 1: Virtual only (Friday Nov. 12): $50
  • Option 2: In-person only (Saturday Nov. 13): $100
  • Option 3: Virtual and in-person (Friday Nov. 12 and Saturday Nov. 13): $125

Workshops will likely include the following topics:
  • Exploring Examples of Co-op Network Structures for Impact 
  • Navigating Complexity and Unleashing Creative Potential within your Organization
  • Mondragon 101 and Insights into Current Challenges and Opportunities
  • Union Co-op & Union Co-op Network 101 
  • Financing Transformation 
  • Participatory Management and the Great Game of Business
  • Non-extractive Finance
  • Transitioning Existing Businesses to Worker Ownership (Featuring the Business Legacy Fund)
  • Expanding and Supporting the Field of Co-op Legal Professionals
  • Exploring Ways to Build Co-op Culture
  • Harnessing the Power of Polarities to Unlock Sustainable Change and Impact
  • Connecting with Faith Communities
  • Handling Challenging Conversations
  • Deepening Connections with the Labor Movement and Exploring Promising Experiments in the Union Co-op World
  • Deep Dives into Grocery Co-ops, Ag Co-ops, Energy Efficiency and Solar Co-ops, and Land Trusts and Real Estate Investment Co-ops

Here is the tentative schedule:

Friday Nov. 12 from 1-530 pm (virtual)
  • 1-2 pm: Keynote
  • 2-215 pm: Networking
  • 215-315 pm: Simultaneous breakout workshops
  • 315-330 pm: Networking
  • 330-430 pm: Simultaneous breakout workshops
  • 430-445 pm: Networking
  • 445-515 pm: Concluding experience
  • 515-530 pm: Networking

Saturday Nov. 13 from 9-5 pm (in-person)
  • 9-1130 am: Deep-dive workshops on site
  • 2-430 pm: Deep-dive workshops on site

Save The Date: National Labor-Management Conference
The FMCS National Labor- Management Conference (NLMC) is THE place for labor relations practitioners to get the most up-to-date information about sectoral trends, practical bargaining tools, and broad networking opportunities. At NLMC, labor and management experts provide valuable insights into current directions and trends focusing on practical tools and techniques for labor relations practitioners in a plethora of workshops, panels, and plenary sessions. Labor relations practitioners across the country rely on this FMCS signature event for the latest information on best practices and to take advantage of the valuable networking opportunities with professional colleagues.

Typically hosted in Chicago, the NLMC was held virtually in 2020 and will be again in 2022 on July 12-13. The NLMC offers a wide variety of panels and workshops designed to reflect the great diversity of experiences and concerns in the contemporary workplace. However, for a deeper dive into certain topics, during the in-person event, FMCS also hosts a pre-conference where attendees come to Chicago a day early and choose one of several all-day workshops provided by the FMCS Institute for Conflict Resolution. Pre-conference workshops are focused, highly interactive sessions designed to build skills and competency in a specific topic.
A Child's First Teacher
Dear United Way friends,

With school starting, there is no better time to discuss United Way's Success By 6®’s community partnerships. 

Throughout the region, we join community-wide efforts to prepare children for kindergarten. United Way prioritizes quality early childhood education because it correlates with financial stability later in life. Kindergarten readiness greatly increases the likelihood a child will read on target by third grade, improving the chance of graduating. 

In Clermont County, we are partnering with several schools, child care centers and families to introduce Ignite by Hatch, a game-based program built to promote growth and development. In Lincoln Heights, our partnership with the community and intentional outreach resulted in a record number of children registering early for kindergarten.

We stand committed to help parents with kindergarten preparation. Parents are a child’s first teacher and we stand ready to support their efforts.

This is just the latest of our work in this area. From helping to educate our community about early child brain development in the 1990s to our support of Preschool Promise and now to our outreach work and partnerships, United Way has been involved in community-wide efforts on early education for about 25 years. We also support community efforts promoting high school graduation, skill building and employment.

The foundation for economic well-being starts early. We love being involved.

Moira Weir
United Way of Greater Cincinnati
Medicare Resources
Working Past Age 65? Here’s How to Enjoy the Best of Both Worlds
Now more than ever, individuals ages 65 and older are delaying retirement and staying in the workforce. If you’re past age 65, you can sign up for Medicare regardless of your current employment status. 
You can enjoy the best of both worlds: accessing your Medicare benefits while continuing your career. Click here to learn how.

When You Sign up for Medicare, Start With These 3 Things
Preparing to sign up for Medicare can be overwhelming, but our team aims to make it simple. Here are three easy things to start with as you get ready to enroll. 

September Medicare Must-Knows
Every month, we update you on the latest happenings in the Medicare industry. Whether you need Medicare help in Ohio, Kentucky, or Indiana, we’re here to serve as your local advisor for health coverage questions.
This September, many of our updates are about COVID-19 vaccinations, plus must-knows about Annual Enrollment and Medicare education. Get the full story on our blog.
COVID-19 Dashboard
Ohio Vaccination Dashboard

The COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard displays the most recent data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) regarding the number of individuals that have started and completed the COVID-19 vaccination series by various demographics and county of residence.

The COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard displays the most recent data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) regarding the number of individuals that have started and completed the COVID-19 vaccination series by various demographics and county of residence. “Vaccination started” indicates that the individual has received at least one valid dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The number listed as “vaccination completed” is a subset of the number included in “vaccination started,” indicating that those individuals within that group have received all recommended COVID-19 vaccine doses and are considered fully immunized. ODH is making COVID-19 data available for public review while also protecting privacy. This dashboard will be updated daily. Please see footnotes below for more details.

Ohio COVID-19 Dashboard

ODH is making COVID-19 data available for public review while also protecting patient privacy.

The State of Ohio COVID-19 Dashboard displays the most recent preliminary data reported to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) about cases, hospitalizations and deaths in Ohio by selected demographics and county of residence. Data for cases and hospitalizations is reported to ODH via the Ohio Disease Reporting System (ODRS), and verified mortality data is reported via the Electronic Death Registration System (EDRS).
Current Trends
Below is a snapshot of key metrics pulled Thursday, September 16 from daily data reporting to the Ohio Department of Health. These metrics are updated daily.
Below are the current reporting trends from Thursday, September 16 for key indicators calculated from data reported to the Ohio Department of Health. These trends are updated daily and are presented by report date.
Hamilton County
Clermont County
Brown County
Butler County
Warren County
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