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Toledo Legal News - News Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy receives $280,000 in grants for law enforcement training courses

 

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced that his office’s Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy has received two grants totaling $280,000 to provide training for Ohio law enforcement officers on topics including identifying impaired drivers and investigating traffic collisions.

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Ohio-based online service, app, matches dieters with nutritionists

In an effort to counter cookie-cutter diets, overly generalized apps and costly food programs, Columbus-based HealthSoup has developed a diverse network of registered dietitians and engineers who promote healthy lifestyles in an online service and app to link users to nutritionists.

Date Published: March 26, 2019

Free speech defender challenges 'dark money'

Near-hysterical charges lobbed at dark money are nothing new to the political scene during a given even-yeared election since the U.S. Supreme Court's holding in the Citizens United case in 2010.

Date Published: March 25, 2019

Ohio Democrats make another attempt at $15 minimum wage

Democrat lawmakers have resuscitated an effort to raise the state's minimum wage, an issue that has lost momentum in recent years as the economy took off and a number of large employers bumped up entry-level pay rates on their own.

Date Published: March 22, 2019

Trout releases scheduled to begin

More than 100,000 rainbow trout will be stocked this spring in 66 Ohio public lakes, creating excellent fishing for anglers across Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The first rainbow trout release were released at Adams Lake in Adams County earlier this month.

Date Published: March 22, 2019

Sealed records expand hope

For someone who has been arrested but never convicted of a crime or has had their case dismissed, removing a case record from the public offers fairness. For those with convictions who finish their court-ordered sentences, removing public access to case documents gives them a chance to move forward.

Date Published: March 21, 2019

U.S. government officials, judges to speak at ABA Business Law meeting in Vancouver

Officials from the Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, federal judges, along with national and international business law experts will be among the more than 1,600 participants at the American Bar Association’s Business Law Section Spring Meeting to be held March 28-30 in Vancouver, British Columbia.