As Ohioans transition to the latest pandemic-related public health order, which recommends high-risk residents stay at home as much as possible, members of the Ohio House of Representatives have put forward a plan to address health department authority at such times going forward.
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Adults who were abused or injured by another individual as children would have until the age of 26 to report the crime and seek a conviction if lawmakers are able to pass a bill currently under committee consideration.
Ohio hunters completed the 2022 muzzleloader season with 12,141 deer checked from Saturday, Jan. 8 to Tuesday, Jan. 11, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Over the past three years, an average of 11,501 deer were taken with a muzzleloader during the same four-day period.
Speaking at a White House event focused on competition in agriculture, Attorney General Merrick B. Garland and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack recently expressed their shared commitment to effectively enforcing federal competition laws that protect farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural producers and growers from unfair and anticompetitive practices, including the antitrust laws and the Packers and Stockyards Act. The Department of Justice and Department of Agriculture (USDA) are already working together to support their respective enforcement efforts under these laws. As one step in that continuing process they released the following statement of principles and commitments:
When you start saving for college with Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage, you are planning ahead to pay for your children’s future higher education expenses. You are also counting on your 529 contributions to grow as your child grows to cover those costs. While enjoying the expansion of your Ohio 529 account through tax-free earnings, you are relying on your investments to grow, too. If you are wondering how the investments in your 529 work, there are a few major factors involved.
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Director Matt Damschroder recently announced improvements to Ohio’s Step Up To Quality program (SUTQ). SUTQ is Ohio’s quality rating and improvement system for child care. In vetoing a temporary suspension of SUTQ in Amended Sub. House Bill 169 last month, Governor Mike DeWine directed ODJFS to reduce bureaucracy associated with the program.
The Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF) Board of Trustees approved $402,925 in grants at its November meeting to be awarded to 10 Ohio nonprofit organizations. This brings the total of grants awarded this year by the OSBF to $1,107,527. Each funded project supports the OSBF’s mission to promote the pursuit of justice and public understanding of the rule of law.
(BPT) No matter where you live, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate the culture of diverse communities, if you know where to look. To show your support for multicultural artisans, performers and businesses, here are a few ideas to get you started.
Dr. Alexis Ostrowski’s hydrogel technology is on track to move from her Bowling Green State University chemistry lab to commercialization. While it is not yet a done deal, the process has given her some insight into how research might be able to move from the lab to prototype to market.
As the pandemic persisted into 2021, the judicial branch kept adjusting to deliver its crucial services while considering health and safety precautions. Among the notable ongoing changes in the legal profession this year, law students and other applicants took the Ohio bar examination remotely in February and July. Those tests, which are administered by the Ohio Supreme Court, marked the second and third times they have been conducted remotely – the first occurring in October 2020.