Protesters chant "Open Ohio Now!" as they defy social distancing guidelines outside the doors to the Statehouse Atrium where news reporters were listening during the State of Ohio's Coronavirus response update on April 13, 2020 at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. About 100 protesters assembled outside the building during Gov. Mike DeWine's daily update on the state's response to the COVID-19 pandemic to rally against his administration's stay-at-home order and closure of non-essential businesses and schools.
Tracy Corrigan, left, weeps as an excavator tears down her house along Morse Road on August 23, 2019 in Jersey Township, Ohio. Corrigan and her husband, Scott, bought their home in the 1980s and raised their five children there. Recently, the property was annexed into nearby New Albany from Jersey Township, and the Corrigan's sold their home to the New Albany Company to make way for development. Nearby, Facebook, Google and Amazon have all built facilites in New Albany International Business Park.
Ivy Williams, 10, left, plugs her nose as Pastor Brian Evans, right, prepares to baptize her on July 11, 2010 at Calvary Baptist Church in Columbia, Missouri. "I wanted to show my mom that I love her and Jesus," Ivy said of why she chose to be baptized in the Baptist tradition. Ivy lost her mother earlier that year to a heart attack.
Steve Kippenberg, center, kisses his daughter, Tori, 11, right, goodbye as she leaves to spend the night with a friend on January 9, 2016 at their home in Batavia, Ohio. Steve and his wife, Fawn, left, were addicted to pills and heroin and had their four children taken away from them. Now 16 months sober, they're going through a program in a drug-treatment court, and their four kids are now back at home.
Gahanna Lincoln senior Sydni Randle, 17, dances with friends at prom on April 13, 2013 at the LC Pavillion in Columbus, Ohio.
Students in Mrs. Courtney Worley's Safety Town class wait for the light to change at the intersection of High and Main streets on July 11, 2013 at New Albany Safety Town in New Albany, Ohio. During the summer class, kids learn about road safety as well as public safety and the class includes trips to the police and fire departments.
Classmates Faith Gibbs, 10, right, and Melissa Alcantra, 10, second from right, both fourth-graders at Mark Twain Elementary School in Westerville, plug their ears as a Civil War-era cannon is fired during a re-enactment of the repose of President Abraham Lincoln and Civil War encampment on April 30, 2018 at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio. Historical re-enactors from the 1st Ohio Light Artillery, Battery A, along with other partnering organizations, demonstrated Civil War life, music, cooking and medical practices.
Sister Wilma Ross, center, says a prayer over Nicole Jones, right, along with St. Ladislas parishioners Carolyn Leninan, left, of Columbus, and Sandy Martin, second from left, of Canal Winchester, during a visit to Jones's home on October 29, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. Sister Ross plans to retire at the end of the year after 54 years of service, most of which was spent serving the South Side parish. 
Nathan Brown drives to a cow pasture on his property while working on January 6, 2020 at his farm in Hillsboro, Ohio. Brown is an advocate for farmers and mental health, having struggled himself with depression. Farmers have one of the highest suicide rates among professions in the country.
Edna Pache sits under a hair dryer while at The Cutting Edge salon on February 6, 2015 at the South-Western Career Academy in Grove City, Ohio. The salon is a laboratory for cosmetology students, and Ms. Pache has been coming to the school almost every week for more than 30 years to get her hair done.
Geno Tucker, center left, embraces Solomon Wiley, 15, of Columbus, center right, as he becomes emotional after talking about his uncle, Jaron Thomas, as a crowd rallies in front of the Governor's mansion during the March for Justice on May 6, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. About 400 people from across the state gathered at Franklin Park to demonstrate for racial justice, advocate for good-paying jobs, criminal justice reform, investment in schools and public services and accountability from the justice system and elected officials. Both men had relatives who died during incidents with Columbus Police: Tucker was the uncle of 23-year-old Henry Green, who was shot and killed during an altercation with two plainclothes officers in South Linden. Thomas, 36, a North Linden resident who suffers from schizophrenia, died after police responded to his 911 call and after an altercation with officers. His family has filed a $2 million wrongful death lawsuit against the department.
Amber Owens, 29, gives her 6-month-old daughter, Averi, an IV drug before putting her to bed on January 5, 2011 at their home in Sturgeon, Missouri. Averi was born with Zellweger's Syndrome, a rare, incurable and terminal genetic disorder that affects brain development. As a result, Averi suffers from seizures, which she is given drugs to help repress. About two weeks later, Averi died at her home.

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