Bookmark this page on your mobile

QR Code image

What is this?

Daily Court Reporter - News Bill would mandate public input on turnpike outsourcing

 

Bill would mandate public input on turnpike outsourcing

TIFFANY L. PARKS, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Reps. Matt Lundy and Ron Gerberry have introduced a bill into the Ohio General Assembly that would require public input with regard to outsourcing the Ohio Turnpike.

This article is restricted per publishing limits. Soon we will offer the ability to buy the ability to read this content.

Date Published: November 14, 2012

 

Copyright © 2012 The Daily Reporter - All Rights Reserved

 

Husted files brief in Ohio A. Phillip Randolph Institute appellate case

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted recently filed an appellate brief in Case Number 16-3746, Ohio A. Phillip Randolph Institute v. Jon Husted in his official capacity as the Ohio Secretary of State.

Proposed bill: Hotline would allow for anonymous reports of wage discrimination

A pair of Cleveland-area state legislators introduced recently legislation that seeks to set up a toll-free hotline for the purposes of Ohio workers to report anonymously allegations of wage discrimination.

Ohio joins opposition to Aetna-Humana Merger

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced that his office has joined the U.S. Department of Justice and eight other attorneys general in challenging Aetna’s proposed acquisition of Humana.

Tips for creating a multi-purpose home office space

(BPT) Many Americans feel working from home would be a dream job, and more than one-third are already living that dream; 37 percent of U.S. workers telecommute, according to Gallup. However, unless you’re a full-time telecommuter or an entrepreneur running a business from your home, it may be hard to justify dedicating an entire room in your house for home office space.

Supreme Court of Ohio releases 26 opinions consistent with two earlier decisions

The Ohio Supreme Court recently released 26 short opinions for cases whose facts were consistent with two cases decided earlier this year.

Do you suffer from a longevity disconnect?

(BPT) They say that age is just a number. For the 10,000 who reach retirement age every day, however, that number may come with a multitude of questions about whether they have done enough to prepare for retirement.

Proposed legislation would clarify if body cam footage is part of public record

Ahead of a Supreme Court of Ohio decision that could determine just how available to the public the video footage captured by police body cams and cruiser dash cams should be, a southwest Ohio lawmaker has proposed legislation presumably that would settle the question, at least for body cams.

Ohio Long-Term Care Ombudsmen honored by President Obama for service

Last month, the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman and Ombudsman representatives from around the state gathered in Columbus to recognize and honor 25 volunteer Ombudsman Associates and Specialists who received the President's Volunteer Service Award. The award recognizes, celebrates and holds up as role models Americans who make a positive impact as engaged and deeply committed volunteers.

New payment program aimed to help homebuyers in low-income areas

Fifth Third Mortgage recently announced a new payment assistance program aimed at helping consumers purchase homes specifically in low-income areas.

Study flunks Ohio for judicial diversity in state courts

A new study conducted by the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy gave Ohio a failing grade for judicial diversity in its state courts.

Ohio woman sentenced to 51 years to life for trafficking child

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph Deters announced reecntly that an Ohio woman will spend at least 51 years in prison for trafficking a child.

New state law tweaks tax code on digital advertising

The Republican-led Ohio General Assembly successfully has applied a legislative fix to the state tax code after the Tax Department last year revised its interpretation on digital advertising.

Carole S. Rendon sworn in as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio

Carole S. Rendon was sworn in as United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio last month.

University of Dayton Research Institute awarded $8 million

The University of Dayton Research Institute has been awarded $8 million from America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, to lead a national program that will use additive manufacturing to help the Air Force more efficiently and affordably sustain aging aircraft.

Next LCMC Focus Week begins July 25

The next Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Focus Week is scheduled for July 25 to 29. As with previous focus weeks, offerings include both functional and general training.

Dayton Flyers 2015-16 year in review

The University of Dayton had a school year to remember in 2015-16, with multiple Atlantic 10 Championships, individual accolades for both athletic and academic achievement, and new records set in multiple sports.

WSU’s Curylo accepts head coaching position at UIC

Lynn Curylo, Wright State head softball coach the past six seasons, has accepted a similar position at UIC, her alma mater.

Longtime Ohio fugitive Eric Bartoli pleads guilty to stealing $65 million from hundreds of people

Eric V. Bartoli, who was indicted in 2003 and was a fugitive for more than a decade, pleaded guilty to defrauding hundreds of investors out of millions of dollars in the 1990s, law enforcement officials said.

Report: Family law is most common pro bono service

The Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation recently released its annual Report to the Supreme Court of Ohio on Voluntary, Anonymous Pro Bono Reporting.

State Fire Marshal names new chief deputy

State Fire Marshal Larry L. Flowers recently announced Jeff A. Hussey of Granville, Ohio as Deputy Chief Fire Marshal. In this role, Hussey will be responsible for assisting with identifying the Division’s goals and objectives and leading the day-to-day operations of the office. Hussey begins in his new position on August 8.