Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that Ohioans who have a valid concealed handgun license have now had background checks sufficient to purchase firearms without the red tape of another background check.

It’s springtime in Ohio and warmer weather means motorcyclists and farmers driving farm equipment are once again sharing the road with passenger vehicles, sometimes with fatal results.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that an officer with the Richfield Police Department has been charged with a felony count of theft in office for allegedly stealing more than $25,000 from his department's "Shop with a Cop" program.

State Representative Kyle Koehler hosted an informational session Monday evening to explain the Substitute House Bill 523, which would allow those with chronic or terminal conditions to obtain cannabis oil for medical purposes.

State Representative Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield) will be hosting a public forum on House Bill 523 this Monday, May 9th at the Courtyard Marriott in downtown Springfield (100 S.

108 Races Decided by One Vote or Tied in the Past Six Statewide Elections  Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today announced that 10 local races and issues were decided by a single vote or tied during the 2016 Primary Election on March 15, 2016.

Following an effort led by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, the U.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today released a status update on the progress of DNA testing being conducted as part of the Ohio Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Kit (SAK) Testing Initiative.

As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Heather Herron Murphy, manager of OhioHealth's Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO), today announced the launch of a new helpline serving survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence across the state.

The Ohio Ballot Board today certified the proposed constitutional amendment known as “Ohioans for Medical Marijuana” as a single ballot issue.

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office today certified the petition for the proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution regarding the legalization of marijuana for medical use.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today rejected the fourth petition for a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution which would attempt to legalize marijuana for medical use in the state.

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