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Ohio school asks state supreme court to speed up decision on...

An Ohio school district hoping to enact a policy to arm teachers is asking the Ohio Supreme Court to speed up their decision in...

Ohio Supreme Court to continue considering Duke Energy pipeline case

The Ohio Supreme Court will again consider arguments in an appeal related to a natural gas pipeline Duke Energy, Ohio, Inc., wants to bring...

Top Homeland Security official vows federal agents ‘will not back away’...

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration’s number two at the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday defended federal law enforcement officers’ intervention in protests in...

Panel of retired judges to consider suspension of Toledo City Council...

The Ohio Supreme Court’s chief justice will bring in three retired judges to oversee the case of four Toledo elected officials charged in a...

House Dem lawmakers seek rainy day funds for eviction protections

The coronavirus pandemic’s effect on the local economy continues, and two state representatives are trying to tap into the state’s rainy day fund for...

Bar exam postponed amid pandemic, prolonging uncertainty for aspiring lawyers

The Ohio Supreme Court announced last week that the Ohio Bar Examination — the compulsory test to be licensed to practice law — will be postponed...

Ohio Supreme Court: Juror regret doesn’t warrant new trial

A juror’s regret about her decision in a trial does not warrant a new trial, the Ohio Supreme Court unanimously ruled recently. The state’s highest...

Speaker Householder is ‘absent.’ What now?

Update 7/25 2:50 p.m. - Ohio House Majority Floor Leader Bill Seitz told the Ohio Capital Journal that Speaker Larry Householder should not be considered...

Voter referendum on nuclear bailout had signature collection targeted, criminal complaint...

The criminal complaint against Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four political operatives lays out alleged bribes made to signature collectors for a voter...

Bill on arming teachers could include “school marshal program”

An Ohio Senate bill meant to reduce the amount of training needed for school personnel to be armed could be amended to create a...
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