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AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A North Carolina man accused of trying to recruit people to conduct terrorist attacks in the name of the Islamic State group has been found guilty on federal charges in Ohio. A jury in Akron found 37-year-old Erick Jamal Hendricks guilty Tuesday on charges of conspiracy and attempt to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization. He was arrested in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2016 on a federal complaint filed in Cleveland. A message was left for his attorney.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - All abortions would be banned in Ohio under a proposal introduced by Republican state lawmakers. It would prohibit abortions even in cases of rape, incest or danger to a woman's life. reports the proposal would allow criminal charges against women seeking abortions and would characterize an "unborn human" as a person under Ohio's criminal code regarding homicide. An abortion-rights group criticizing the bill says it could let doctors face murder charges for providing abortions.

CLEVELAND (AP) - Federal prosecutors say the leader of a breakaway Amish group in Ohio convicted in hair- and beard-cutting attacks is pushing to get his sentence overturned using arguments already rejected in court. An attorney for 72-year-old Samuel Mullet Sr. says Mullet's previous lawyer made mistakes during trial and in prior appeals. In a new court filing, prosecutors say that there were no errors that amounted to Mullet's rights to due process being violated and that his request should be rejected.

CLEVELAND (AP) - The U.S. Department of Justice has shared some federal data about prescription painkiller sales to help with settlement talks between local governments and drug companies targeted in hundreds of lawsuits over the opioid epidemic. The department previously agreed to release certain data on the grounds it not be circulated publicly. The Justice Department announced Tuesday the data was turned over to federal Judge Dan Polster in Cleveland and selected attorneys.

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