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Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

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This article is shared with permission from The Buckeye Flame, a nonprofit news outlet covering LGTBQ+ Ohioans.

First hearing held on SB 50 to ban conversion therapy on minors in Ohio

Ken Schneck, Editor, The Buckeye Flame
November 17, 2022
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