The Courts

Professional groups announce drug-accountability effort

A dozen Ohio professional groups on Monday announced an effort force greater accountability from powerful prescription drug middlemen known as pharmacy benefit managers, or...

Many bailout-repeal bills were filed, only a half-measure appears to have...

There were many calls to repeal scandal-plagued HB 6, but with the legislative session wrapping up on Tuesday at the latest, only one appears to have a chance of making it across the finish line. And that one is at best a half-measure.

Transgender Ohioans win birth certificate lawsuit against the state

Four transgender Ohioans who sued the state after it refused to change their birth certificates to reflect their identities have won their lawsuit. A judge...

Democratic state lawmaker files lawsuit against own party

An Ohio Democratic state lawmaker is suing her party’s leadership in federal court over a dispute related to her membership within the House Democratic...

Education overhaul’s fate uncertain as lame duck nears end

After years of work, an education overhaul bill that would have addressed the state's public school funding formula could be put on hold yet...

Extend eviction moratorium to slow covid spread, advocates say

Ohio's local courts should stop eviction proceedings, a group that advocates for the poor said Tuesday. Not only are thousands of Ohioans going to...

Despite scandal, DeWine says he takes corruption seriously

Despite a massive bribery scandal related to a lobbying effort involving his appointees and members of his administration, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine says his administration takes corruption seriously.

Ohio SupCo chief justice asks governor to include court staff in...

The chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court has asked the governor to include court staff in the first phase of COVID-19 vaccinations, and...

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Texas suit that tried to overturn election...

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Friday turned aside a Texas lawsuit that sought to derail the presidential election results from four battleground states,...

U.S. Supreme Court deals big blow to pharmacy middlemen

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled 8-0 that states have broad powers to regulate powerful pharmacy middlemen without being preempted by federal law. The...
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