Ohio lawyers may not ethically provide legal services to a client who is establishing a medical marijuana business because of prohibitions in federal law, the Board of Professional Conduct declared today in an advisory opinion.
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Gone are the days when a basic savings account was a practical means of socking away some cash.
(BPT) For parents, sending teens and young adults back to school can be an extremely busy time. Amidst all the back to school season planning and shopping for new clothes and school supplies, health care can sometimes be overlooked. The back to school season is an opportune time for your teen or young adult to get their annual checkup and any recommended vaccines, including those to help protect against meningococcal disease.
(BPT) Every one of the nearly 12,000 babies born in the United States each day may be susceptible to infectious diseases. The good news is that vaccines can help protect children from some of these diseases.
The democratic process is about bridging differences. Properly done, journalism can help consensus emerge, improve the knowledge and judgment of voters, and sharpen the performance of public officials and government as a whole.
The Toledo men's and women's golf programs will hold their annual Inverness Outing on Sunday, Oct. 16 at the historic Inverness Club. The two-best ball, full handicap event will feature tee times ranging from 10:00 a.m. - Noon.
Following the 2014 season in which he was the starting quarterback on a 9-4 team, junior Logan Woodside found himself in a backup role in 2015. But there was a silver lining. Because he did not play in a single game last season, Woodside was able to redshirt and come back as a junior in 2016.
As students head back to school, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning consumers to beware of scams targeting students.
Auditor Dave Yost recently called on the General Assembly to review how community schools using electronic learning are funded, suggesting reforms based on how much a child learns should play a key role in determining how a virtual school is paid.
(BPT) For parents of children living with diabetes, back to school season includes more than the usual shopping trips for supplies and clothes.
People are always wondering about the best way to handle their money — whether to invest, how to save, and the varying specifics of different institutions.
An Ohio dentist who sued the state dental board won his appeal in federal court recently after he successfully argued that his right to commercial free speech was violated.
A death row inmate was given a second chance at a postconviction relief proceeding recently when the 1st District Court of Appeals ruled that he was denied his right to due process.
(StatePoint) After a summer of fun, getting back into the swing of the classroom can be difficult for students of all ages and family backgrounds. But parents can help, say experts.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted announced recently that all recognized Major and Minor Political Parties in Ohio have certified their candidates for President and Vice President of the United States, solidifying the parties’ place on Ohio’s ballot in the November 2016 Presidential General Election. August 10th, 90 days before the Presidential General Election, marked the filing deadline for independent candidates for President and Vice President of the United States.
Bexley architect Peter Bardwell has been selected to serve on the 2017 Jury of the College of Fellows by the American Institute of Architects.
The professional association representing Ohio’s hoteliers — the Ohio Hotel & Lodging Association — has announced its plan to initiate a program aimed at eliminating the liability risk associated with hotel bars and restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages.
Just as Mastercard, the world’s second-largest credit card company, reported last week that 80 percent of its U.S. consumer credit cards have chips, researchers have found that hackers could continue to counterfeit credit cards by making the chip security feature seem nonexistent.
At the peak of the summer travel season, the Ohio Department of Insurance is reminding Ohioans who participate in nontraditional, sharing enterprises, such as Airbnb and Uber, to keep in mind protection of their property and interests while enjoying the convenience afforded by these services.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Senate President Keith Faber (R-Celina), and House Speaker Clifford Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) announced recently the formation of the Ohio Joint Study Committee on Drug Use Prevention Education.