Jackie Borchardt, Enquirer

Jackie Borchardt


Columbus, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jackie:

Several Ohio school districts drop mask requirements after state changes quarantine policy

The change in quarantine guidance and falling case numbers have prompted more Ohio schools to eliminate mask requirements. → Read More

COVID-19 in Ohio: What will the next six months of the pandemic look like?

COVID-19 will become "just like the flu." What happens before then? → Read More

New Ohio marijuana legalization bill drafted by Republican lawmaker

The forthcoming bill would expand the state's medical marijuana program and allow Ohioans to grow a few cannabis plants at home. → Read More

Ohio's Vax-2-School COVID-19 vaccine lottery begins. Here's what you need to know

Ohio youth age 12 to 25 can now enter the Vax-2-School contest to win either a $10,000 or $100,000 scholarship. → Read More

Ohio is 'cresting:' COVID-19 cases trend down, but hospitalizations remain high

Ohio isn't done with the delta surge yet, but there are signs we could be coming out of it. → Read More

COVID-19 in Ohio schools: More districts impose mask mandates, fewer new cases reported

See what the mask policy is at school districts near you. → Read More

Ohio's minimum wage to increase to $9.30 an hour in 2022

Ohio's minimum wage is tied to inflation and adjusted each year. → Read More

'Ope!': Gov. Mike DeWine knocks over Ohio flag as he enters press conference

Gov. Mike DeWine recovered from the misstep with a touch of Midwestern grace. → Read More

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine to announce new COVID-19 vaccine incentive

Gov. Mike DeWine has said the incentive will be geared toward younger Ohioans → Read More

COVID-19 in Ohio: Gov. Mike DeWine, children's hospitals give update

Gov. Mike DeWine and the leaders of five Ohio children's hospitals will discuss the spread of the coronavirus and keeping kids in schools. → Read More

Pilot project in Warren County schools could be an end to mass COVID-19 quarantines

The students could remain in class if they wore masks and were tested twice for the coronavirus. → Read More

Ohio marijuana legalization backers get OK to collect signatures

The proposed law would make it legal for adults age 21 and up to grow, buy, and possess marijuana in Ohio. → Read More

Dates of more than 30,000 Ohio COVID-19 cases changed after small data tweak

The one-time change didn't affect the number of cases reported so it wasn't visible on the state's main dashboard. → Read More

Did Ohio's Vax-a-Million boost COVID-19 vaccinations? Several economists say yes

Several analyses of Ohio's vaccine lottery concluded it led to thousands of Ohioans getting vaccinated at a lower cost than other incentives. → Read More

Supporters of Ohio marijuana legalization measure resubmit petition language to attorney general

Marijuana legalization could be on the ballot in Ohio in November 2022. → Read More

Men charged in Michigan governor kidnapping plot proposed attack on Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, feds say

The men charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan's governor also had their sights on Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, according to federal prosecutors. → Read More

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine to give COVID-19 update at 11 a.m. today

DeWine said in June he didn't plan to hold another COVID-19 briefing unless Ohio's situation changed. → Read More

Ohio marijuana legalization proposal rejected by Attorney General Dave Yost

The group backing the proposed legalization law plans to resubmit revised language. → Read More

Ohio medical marijuana businesses propose legalization measure

The proposal would allow existing medical marijuana businesses to immediately receive licenses for the recreational market. → Read More

As COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations tick up in Ohio, officials urge vaccination

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise in Ohio, and health officials are urging people to get vaccinated. → Read More