why is my state return under manual review

why is my state return under manual review?  I e-filed and my husband is a truck driver and we had medical deductions so we itemized, is it normal for them to manually review it? 
    Just got a message that mine is under manual review also. No answers yet.
    • What state are yall talkin about
    • ohio for me...
    • oregon, now they want me to fax them information.  really giving me a run around.
    • where is the turbo tax assistance?????
    • mine went into manual review as well.. ive noticed that people in ohio and oregon are the ones that seem to be having this problem the most! ive been waiting since the beginning of march and its may 7th and still nothing.. anyone get this resolved?
    why is my return being held up for manual review????
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