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Owner of Columbus Home Health Care Agency Sentenced for Medicaid Fraud

Work of AG Yost's office to protect Ohio Medicaid program also results in indictments in three other cases


Reindictment Filed in Investment Case

Managers of a Lucas County investment firm accused of deceiving and defrauding investors in a decade-long scheme have been reindicted on multiple felonies as part of multi-year investigation and prosecution, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.


Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost Issues Statement on Republican Vice President Nominee J.D. Vance

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement today regarding the selection of Senator J.D. Vance as President Trump's running mate: 


Petition Summary Rejected Due to Title Omission

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office today rejected the petition summary of an untitled proposed constitutional amendment seeking to add an article and a section to the Ohio Constitution.


Steubenville Human Trafficking Operation Ends in Arrest of 10 Seeking to Buy Sex

Ten men from three states who attempted to buy sex were arrested this week during an undercover human trafficking operation in Steubenville, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Steubenville Police Chief Ken Anderson announced today.


To Protect Ohio Youth, AG Yost Targets Sellers of Illegal Vapes

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has launched a campaign to combat the influx of illegal vaping devices flooding Ohio communities, an initiative aimed at protecting young people from addiction, respiratory problems and other severe health risks associated with these products.


Former Columbus Zoo Purchasing Agent Pleads Guilty

A former purchasing agent for the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium must pay $90,000 in restitution to the zoo after pleading guilty this morning to six felonies and two misdemeanors, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced.


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