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PENZONE becomes first salon in Columbus to offer CBD beauty products

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Just weeks after the manufacturing and sale of CBD products became legal in Ohio, Columbus’ premier spa had adopted the natural remedy to offer new experiences for the local community.

PENZONE Salons + Spas and Seventh Sense Botanical Therapy have partnered up to offer self care products infused with CBD. This is the first and only salon and spa in Columbus to offer such goods.

CBD, or cannabidiol, is an active ingredient in cannabis derived from the hemp plant touted for its therapeutic effect on conditions like pain, insomnia, and anxiety. CBD products can contain just .3% THC under Ohio law.

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According to a release, Seventh Sense products are crafted with high-quality botanicals and CBD to create a full self-care routine that lets the customer reach new levels of wellness.

Among the products are eye cream, facial moisturizer, face oil, lip balm, muscle balms, foot cream, and bath bombs. They will be offered at all PENZONE locations and LIT Life + Yoga.

PENZONE was recently named Salon of the Year at the North American Hairstyling Awards—not a bad 50th anniversary present. Click here to read more about the salon.

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Ohio House bill gives students’ wrong answers religious protection

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House Republicans in the Ohio legislature have passed a bill that would allow public school students to turn in factually incorrect work as long as it supports his or her religious beliefs.

According to ABC 6, the House passed the "Student Religious Liberties Act" on Wednesday. Under the law, teachers would be unable to penalize students for presenting work that is scientifically wrong—as long as the incorrect work is based in the student's personally-held religious beliefs.

Every Republican in the House supported the bill, which now moves to the Republican-controlled Senate for approval.

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Update: Bexley’s single-use plastics ban far from in the bag

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Update: Just when Bexley thought they had a new ban in the bag, state lawmakers are swooping in to disrupt things.

An ordinance to outlaw single-use plastic grocery bags was passed by Bexley City Council in May, but two new bills could block it from ever going into effect.

According to The Dispatch, both House Bill 242 and Senate Bill 222 would bar local governments from imposing a “fee, assessment or other charge” on the use of “auxiliary containers” such as bags, boxes, and cups given out by restaurants and retailers.

If even one of the bills pass, the ban on plastic bags in Bexley could be squashed. Visit dispatch.com for more information.


05/29/2019: A ordinance banning single-use plastic bags was passed by the Bexley City Council last night by a 6-1 vote.

The ban will apply to all businesses within Bexley city limits and at all city facilities and city-sponsored events beginning Jan. 1, 2020

A ban on beverage straws, stirring sticks, drink stoppers and cutlery will begin in 2021.


05/23/2019: Single-use plastic grocery bags, straws and cutlery could become obsolete in Bexley in the next few years if a new ordinance is passed.

Ordinance 14-19 would place a ban on plastic grocery and carryout bags at all businesses within Bexley city limits and at all city facilities and city-sponsored events beginning Jan. 1, 2020. A ban on beverage straws, stirring sticks, drink stoppers and cutlery would follow on Jan. 1, 2021, reports This Week News.

Also on January 1, 2021, the ban on single-use plastics would extend to educational institutions, with the exception for plastic straws for those with special needs. Mobile businesses, like food trucks, would be another exception to the single-use plastic ban.

Customers would be encouraged to bring their own bags, but business owners would be allowed to offer paper or other reusable bags for a 10-cent charge under the proposal. Troy Markham, chairman of council’s service and environmental committee who introduced this ordinance April 23, ensured that the 10-cent charge would not be collected by the city, but rather, would be itemized by the store to the consumer, reports This Week News.

Bexley City Council will vote for the third and final time on this legislation during the meeting Tuesday, May 28, at 6:30 PM at t Bexley City Hall, 2242 E. Main St.

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Major downtown ramp to close permanently soon

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Dear Third Street drivers, enjoy the Interstate 70 ramp while you can because soon, it'll be but a distant memory.

Starting Monday, November 25, the Third Street ramp to I-70 east in Downtown will close permanently as part of ODOT's project to improve I-70/71.

https://twitter.com/ODOT_Columbus/status/1194370732286992384

The ramp must close to make way for a new exit ramp from I-70 east to Parsons Avenue, reports ODOT, which is expected to open next month. The Parsons Avenue ramp will replace the 18th Street exit ramp, which will also close permanently in December. 

When the project is complete in 2021, another new ramp from Fulton Street will restore access to I-70 east. In the meantime, downtown drivers headed east will have to use alternate routes. See below for suggestions from ODOT:

From German Village:

  • East on Livingston Ave. to Kelton Ave. OR to Alum Creek Dr. to I-70 east

From the Brewery District:

  • South on High St. to west on Greenlawn Ave. to I-71 north to I-70 east

From Olde Towne East:

  • East on Main St. to Miller Ave. OR to Alum Creek Dr. to I-70 east

From the Arena District:

  • West on Spring St./Dublin Rd. to SR 315 south to I-70 east
  • West on Spring St. to Neil Ave. to I-670 east (to I-71 south to I-70 east)

To see a rendering of the project once all phases are complete, click here.

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