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Despite warming temperatures, a thick blanket of snow creates a contrasting palette of white and black in a pasture at the intersection of Copley Rd. and Spafford Dr. on Friday, in Copley Township. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
Derek Backlund, a concession worker at the Lake 8 movie theater clears the snow and slush in front of the theater on Friday, in Barberton. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
Paul Tomcik of Barberton pauses to feed the geese during his walk at Lake Anna on Friday, in Barberton. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
For a state hit hard by a national heroin epidemic and one that’s fighting back with Medicaid expansion dollars, Ohio is home to one in six Americans who could lose access to drug addiction and mental health services if President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress take another crack at repealing the Affordable Care Act.