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When leaks dry up, we turn to FOIA

When we talk about the importance of a free press, what we’re really talking about is how important it is for the press to serve as a watchdog on the government. The highest responsibility of journalism is to supply the people with information about what their government is doing, so that the people can hold the government accountable, and make the best possible decisions when they vote. Read More of "When leaks dry up, we turn to FOIA"

Lata Nott, First Amendment Center

Ohio Dem seeks federal reclassification of pot

A northeast Ohio lawmaker is calling on Congress and President Donald Trump's Justice Department to remove marijuana from the list of Schedule I controlled substances as the state continues implementation of its medical marijuana policy and associated enterprises. Read More of "Ohio Dem seeks federal reclassification of pot"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Proposed bill would require domestic violence offenders to temporarily turn in guns

A bill calling for individuals who are convicted of a domestic violence charge to temporarily turn over any guns in their possession to local law enforcement awaits committee assignment in the Ohio House of Representatives. Read More of "Proposed bill would require domestic violence offenders to temporarily turn in guns"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Supreme Court of Ohio affirms sentences for crimes committed by juvenile

If a juvenile is convicted of committing a crime that, when charged, required the case to be transferred from the juvenile division to the general division of a common pleas court, the juvenile will be sentenced by the general division for all convictions in that case, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently. Read More of "Supreme Court of Ohio affirms sentences for crimes committed by juvenile"

Dan Trevas, Supreme Court of Ohio

Fired adult-services worker had to disclose sealed conviction

The Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities had the right to terminate an adult-services worker for failing to disclose his sealed criminal conviction on applications to renew his state registration during the 18 years he worked there, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently. Read More of "Fired adult-services worker had to disclose sealed conviction"

Dan Trevas, Supreme Court of Ohio

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