Nina Turner

Ohio State Senate

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Ohio State Senator, representing the 25th District, which includes parts of Cleveland, and Minority Whip; author of SB 307, legislation designed to "protect men's sexual health"

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The National Organization for Women calls it "wonderfully humorous," but Ohio's Democratic State Senator Nina Turner says she's "as serious as a heart attack."

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The National Organization for Women calls it "wonderfully humorous," but Ohio's Democratic State Senator Nina Turner says she's "as serious as a heart attack."

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