Sarah Lehr is a politics and civics reporter for WKAR News.
Sarah joined WKAR in June of 2021.
Sarah came to WKAR from the Lansing State Journal, where she covered government as the city watchdog reporter. She started her career at the Youngstown Vindicator, a daily newspaper in northeast Ohio.
Sarah Lehr is a graduate of Kenyon College, where she served as editor in chief of the student newspaper.
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, a law still on the books from 1849 left the legality of abortions in dispute in the state. This week, Planned Parenthood resumes services.
This year, voters in a record number of states will weigh in on ballot measures related to abortion, with some proposals advanced by abortion-rights supporters and others advanced by opponents.
At the height of the pandemic, 39 states allowed cocktails-to-go — at least in the short term. Iowa was first to make the change permanent in 2020. Now, at least 17 other states have followed suit.
Public health officials in Michigan and other states are facing threats and even attacks from people opposed to COVID-19 mandates and regulations.
Game-day fans can generate a lot of trash so with the return of tailgating comes the return of a lucrative side gig: collecting the empty bottles and cans left behind to return to stores for money.