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Ohio Bans the Use of Plywood to Board Up Vacant Buildings
The Associated Press reports on a new law in Ohio that prohibits the use of plywood to board up vacant buildings.
Ohio is the first state to enact such a law in an effort to mitigate blight. Instead of plywood, vacant buildings are expected to use clear boarding, or see-through polycarbonate windows and doors.