Cleveland Indians ban headdresses and Native American face painting in the ballpark: Wake Up podcast
CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Indians are implementing a non-tolerance policy this season banning fans from wearing Native American headdresses and face-paint.
Governor Mike DeWine’s threshold for the lifting of mask mandates and other health care contracts does not appear to be coming anytime soon. The number of cases per 100,000 population is expected to be 166.7 today. And DeWine also signed a bill on Wednesday that got rid of two major parts of the corruption-ridden House Bill 6 that gives energy companies billions of dollars in interest payers.
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