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The Daily Record
Some Ohio groups questioning new gaming machines
The state Controlling Board will decide next week whether to approve the purchase of up to 1,200 new gaming machines for use by licensed fraternal and veteran organizations.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
This Hour: Here's the latest Ohio news from The Associated Press
Cincinnati police are calling a meeting of the city's businesses in the aftermath of a security breach at Procter & Gamble headquarters by Greenpeace activists.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Editorial: Tax dollars to demolish blighted properties a smart...
It is a cold day in Ohio - and maybe the netherworld - when government so clearly works for the common good.
Rape kit testing money included in White House budget proposal
A budget proposal that President Barack Obama unveiled on Tuesday would provide a $6 million boost in funds to fight violence against women and create a new $35 million grant program to improve sexual assault investigations and test rape kits that haven't yet been processed for DNA matches.
DeWine Pay-To-Play Cookbook: Special Access For Ohio Right-To-Life Leader
Mike Gonadakis, director of the anti-abortion group Ohio Right to Life , was a big supporter of Mike DeWine's bid for Ohio Attorney General in 2010.
DeWine: Ohio election law violates free speech
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to rule as unconstitutional a state election law that bars people from making recklessly false statements about political candidates, saying it restricts free speech.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Sunshine Inc. critics pleased with probe
Critics of Sunshine of Warren Trumbull Area Inc. expressed relief that Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's charitable law division took up their calls for an investigation of the nonprofit organization's operations.
May Primary Preview
May 6, 2014 will feature a primary election during which the shape of the November 2014 election will take shape.
The Huffington Post
Brewer's Other Veto: Silencing Arizona
Much was said last week about Arizona Governor Jan Brewer's veto of SB 1062, a law that would have given businesses a license to discriminate.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Libertarian running for governor faces test
Charlie Earl, a former Republican state representative from Bowling Green, will have to fight to keep his Libertarian spot on the ballot for Ohio governor.
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Proposed Voter Bill of Rights ballot item refiled
The group of African-American leaders pushing the inclusion of a Voters Bill of Rights in the Ohio Constitution has revised its amendment summary and submitted new signatures after Attorney General Mike DeWine rejected their initial attempt to get on the ballot.
Ohio lottery seeks approval to buy gaming machines for veterans posts ...
The Ohio Veterans and Fraternal Charitable Coalition is suing Attorney General Mike DeWine for the right to use electronic raffle machines in veterans posts and fraternal lodges.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Smoking policy cloudy for ecigarettes
Manager Jordan Salkil, left, and sales clerk Austin Zaborowski 'vape' an ecigarette behind the counter at the Revolver Electronic Cigarettes & Vapor Lounge.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Mike DeWine: Corporations Are People, Too. And They Go To Church
Yes, according to DeWine, Mitt Romney was right: Corporations are people too . But DeWine goes further than Mitt: Corporations go to church, too.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Ohio tax chief reverses position, says Cleveland Clinic facilities in Beachwood and Cleveland should be exempt from property taxes
The Ohio Department of Taxation has reversed its position in support of Cleveland Clinic Foundation not having to pay property taxes on clinics in Beachwood and Cleveland, leading school districts challenging the tax exemption in a decade-long battle to question the agency's political motives.
Quisi Bryan sentenced; Interstate 77 bridge work to begin; Copley man ...
Quisi Bryan, who is representing himself, listens to his advisory counsel Cullen Sweeney inside Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in Cleveland, OH, Wednesday, February 19, 2014.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
The Madison Press
Ohio Supreme Court rulings are a blow to Ohi...
Ohio's open records laws took a significant blow in a pair of Ohio Supreme Court decisions last week that could benefit public officials who, either through neglect or intention, attempt to skirt the laws' intentions.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Ohio to renew its war on tobacco
Six years after lawmakers angrily dismantled Ohio's anti-smoking foundation after it tried to block government's confiscation of its funds, the state wants to renew its war on tobacco.
Battle over slots at veterans' halls continues to pinch Attorney Gerneral Mike DeWine:...
The Ohio Veterans and Fraternal Charitable Coalition A A A' which represents the American Legion, AMVETS and VFW, the Eagles, Elks and Moose lodges -- is suing Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine to prevent him from removing its electronic raffle machines.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Mobile home park flooded
It's a story we first told you about last night. Still no relief for people who live in the Village Green Mobile Home Park off Reitz road in Perrysburg Township.