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In praise of pragmatism

As you watch the healthcare proceedings on Capitol Hill, imagine what things might be like if we lived in more functional political times. In particular, what if Congress were run by pragmatists? Read More of "In praise of pragmatism"

Lee Hamilton, Center on Congress Senior Advisor

UT’s Kawil and Kuvanun earn MAC Co-Women’s Golfer of the Week honors

Sophomores Pimchanok Kawil (Chiang Mai, Thailand) and Pinyada Kuvanun (Khonkean, Thailand) were named the Mid-American Conference Co-Women's Golfer of the Week on Wednesday after tying for second place at the Red Rocks Invitational on March 4-5. Kuvanun is receiving the honor for the second time in her collegiate career, while Kawil is being honored for the first time. Read More of "UT’s Kawil and Kuvanun earn MAC Co-Women’s Golfer of the Week honors"

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Ohio joining interstate compact would render federal health care plan moot

As Republicans in Congress took their first stab at dismantling Obamacare this month, members of an Ohio House of Representatives committee took a first look at a bill that proposes the Buckeye State join an interstate Health Care Compact. Read More of "Ohio joining interstate compact would render federal health care plan moot"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Supreme Court of Ohio: Inmate who broke parole by committing federal crimes loses appeal for release

In a unanimous per curiam opinion issued recently, the Supreme Court of Ohio ruled that a London Correctional Institution inmate failed to show that he was entitled to immediate release. Read More of "Supreme Court of Ohio: Inmate who broke parole by committing federal crimes loses appeal for release"

ANNIE YAMSON, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Board of Conduct says judges have duty to report colleagues' ethics rules violations

Judges who have knowledge of ethics violations are required to report them to disciplinary authorities according to a new advisory opinion from the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct. Read More of "Board of Conduct says judges have duty to report colleagues' ethics rules violations"

ANNIE YAMSON, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

DUI tests may be an offer you can’t refuse

The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued an opinion about whether search warrants are necessary for blood tests and breath tests in DUI cases (called OVI—"Operating a Vehicle while under the Influence"—in Ohio). In Birchfield v. North Dakota, the Court decided that breath tests can be given without first getting a warrant, but blood tests require a warrant. The Court's opinion in Birchfield impacts Ohio OVI law. Read More of "DUI tests may be an offer you can’t refuse"

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