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Supreme Court of Ohio considers if a postrelease control sentence is vacated when the state doesn’t appeal a trial court error

Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio

Supreme Court of Ohio

The Ohio Supreme Court yesterday heard three oral arguments, including one asking if the failure of the State to correct an improper postrelease control sentence vacates the postrelease control sentence.Read More of "Supreme Court of Ohio considers if a postrelease control sentence is vacated when the state doesn’t appeal a trial court error "

Date Published: March 4, 2021

Bipartisan bill aims to get contractors paid in more timely manner

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

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A lawmaker duo recently proposed a bipartisan bill with the intended effect of improving the state’s Prompt Pay Act state law that regulates the timing of payments of both private and public projects.Read More of "Bipartisan bill aims to get contractors paid in more timely manner "

Date Published: March 4, 2021

Victims rights prioritized in U.S. military justice reform

Supreme Court of Ohio

The U.S. military has made significant improvements in its justice system over the last 20 years, perhaps most notably in its handling of sexual harassment and assault within its ranks.Read More of "Victims rights prioritized in U.S. military justice reform "

Date Published: March 4, 2021

Support sandhill cranes and other wetland species with income tax donation

Ohio Department of Natural Resources

The nasally bugles of a flock of sandhill cranes passing overhead is a sound and experience not soon forgotten. Thanks to monitoring and conservation work by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife and partnering organizations, cranes can be sighted at Ohio’s wetlands and are once again breeding in the state.Read More of "Support sandhill cranes and other wetland species with income tax donation "

Date Published: March 4, 2021

New prosecutorial tool promises better outcomes for racial justice, fairness

American Bar Association

Some prosecutors around the country are starting to use reams of data to track their performance and to ensure that justice is being equally served in all communities, with the aim of providing a clearer picture of their work and easing tensions in their communities.Read More of "New prosecutorial tool promises better outcomes for racial justice, fairness "

Date Published: March 3, 2021

Purported 501(c)(4) admits to being used to conceal corrupt payments related to passage of legislation

The United States Attorney's Office Southern District of Ohio

An organization charged as part of a public corruption racketeering conspiracy pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court recently.Read More of "Purported 501(c)(4) admits to being used to conceal corrupt payments related to passage of legislation "

Date Published: March 3, 2021

Supreme Court of Ohio considers where online school should have filed its appeal

Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio

Supreme Court of Ohio

The Ohio Supreme Court yesterday heard two oral arguments, including one asking in which court was it proper for online school to appeal an order to refund $60 million.Read More of "Supreme Court of Ohio considers where online school should have filed its appeal "

Date Published: March 3, 2021

10 tips to support small businesses

BrandPoint

(BPT) The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult on small businesses. Whether it's a local eatery, service provider, retail store or another type of business, when you shop small, you're supporting a real person who is striving to keep his or her entrepreneurial dream alive.Read More of "10 tips to support small businesses "

Date Published: March 3, 2021

ABA president defends rule of law, reviews accomplishments

American Bar Association

House introduces president-elect nomineeRead More of "ABA president defends rule of law, reviews accomplishments "

Date Published: March 2, 2021

New projects expected to create more than $51 million in investments

Ohio Governor's Office

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted recently announced the approval of assistance for five projects set to create 1,382 new jobs and retain 978 jobs statewide. During its monthly meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) reviewed economic development proposals brought to the board by JobsOhio and its regional partners. Collectively, the projects are expected to result in more than $80 million in new payroll and spur more than $51million in investments across Ohio.Read More of "New projects expected to create more than $51 million in investments "

Date Published: March 2, 2021

6 common tax myths, debunked

BrandPoint

(BPT) As you look ahead to doing your taxes this year, there are a number of myths you may think are true for the 2020 tax year. If so, you are not alone - tax myths and misinformation are more common than you may think. And unfortunately, these myths can be costly if they lead to mistakes on your taxes.Read More of "6 common tax myths, debunked "

Date Published: March 2, 2021

Dietary supplement executive sentenced in scheme to fraudulently sell popular dietary supplements

US Department of Justice

A federal court in Texas sentenced a former dietary supplement company executive to prison for his role in fraudulently selling popular workout supplements, the Justice Department announced recently.Read More of "Dietary supplement executive sentenced in scheme to fraudulently sell popular dietary supplements "

Date Published: March 1, 2021

5 ways to reduce college costs while in high school

Ohio Tuition Trust Authority

Focused on your children’s future, you’ve been saving for their higher education in Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage. Your family can take additional steps to reduce higher education expenses before your student graduates high school. In fact, your children can even earn college credits while still in high school.Read More of "5 ways to reduce college costs while in high school "

Date Published: March 1, 2021

Can a government worker get fired over a Facebook post?

American Bar Association

Can people who work in the public sector exercise their First Amendment rights at work? Can they lose their job because of what they post on social media?Read More of "Can a government worker get fired over a Facebook post? "

Date Published: March 1, 2021

Ohio Lake Erie Commission seeking submissions for 2021 Life on Lake Erie photo contest

Ohio Lake Erie Commission

The Ohio Lake Erie Commission (OLEC) is seeking submissions for the 29th Annual Life on Lake Erie photo contest. The contest is an opportunity for amateur photographers to showcase their talent for photographing one of Ohio’s most valuable natural resources – Lake Erie.Read More of "Ohio Lake Erie Commission seeking submissions for 2021 Life on Lake Erie photo contest "

Date Published: March 1, 2021

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