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AG Yost Pushes Back on Federal Censorship of Free Speech

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to block the Biden administration from censoring protected speech on social media.


AG Yost Announces Shutdown of Renergy’s Foul-Smelling ‘Digester’ in Greene County

Facing continuing complaints about raunchy odors stemming from environmental violations, Renergy has agreed to permanently close down its organic waste treatment facility in Greene County – a victory for the facility’s neighbors and the state as a whole.


Attorney General Holds Kickoff Meeting for Teen Ambassador Board

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost this week welcomed members of his 2023-24 Teen Ambassador Board with a meet-and-greet session, presentations from key members of his staff, and a front-row seat at an afternoon press conference. 


Former Columbus Zoo Executives Indicted for Theft of More Than $2 Million

Three former executives of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium were indicted today for their roles in a scheme to defraud the zoo of more than $2.29 million and use the money for personal benefits, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.


AG Yost Announces Blue Ribbon Task Force on the Future of Law Enforcement Training

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the formation of a blue-ribbon task force to examine the future of police training in Ohio, exploring how best to create and deliver world-class continuing education for the state’s roughly 30,000 law enforcement officers.


Petition Summary on Redistricting Does Not Meet Fair and Truthful Requirement

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office has determined that the language in a second petition summary of a proposed state constitutional amendment that would modify the legislative redistricting process does not meet the requirement of being fair and truthful.   


AG Yost Files Another Odometer-Tampering Lawsuit, Sends Message: Stop Scamming Ohioans

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is suing a fourth Columbus used-car dealership for allegedly rolling back odometers and selling salvaged vehicles without telling its customers about it.


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