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Yost Demands General Motors Pay Back $60 Million to Ohio Due to Broken Promise to State, Mahoning Valley

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today unequivocally stated – in a brief to the Ohio Tax Credit Authority – that General Motors (GM) should have to pay back every last penny of the $60 million the company took in state tax credits after breaking its promise to the state and the Mahoning Valley.

6/30/2020

AG Yost Extends Application Deadline for Teen Ambassador Board

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s office has extended the deadline for high school students to apply for his Teen Ambassador Board. Interested teens now have until July 10, 2020, to apply.

6/30/2020

AG Yost Fights to Protect More than 1,000 Northwest Ohio Jobs

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today filed an amicus brief with Michigan’s 30th Circuit Court urging the court to consider the economic impact of a complete shutdown of Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 pipeline. Indiana and Louisiana joined Ohio’s brief.

6/29/2020

Are Online Search Results Misleading? Attorney General Dave Yost Wants Your Opinion

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost wants the public to weigh in on whether internet search engines should be allowed to favor their own products and services in search results.

6/26/2020

AG Yost Urges Ohioans to Exercise Their Rights

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is urging all Ohioans who have received notices regarding overpayment of unemployment compensation benefits to appeal their cases if they believe the notices were sent in error. 

6/23/2020

Statement From Attorney General Dave Yost on HB 706

The following statement can be attributed to Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost regarding the introduction of House Bill 706.

6/23/2020

Governor DeWine, Attorney General Yost Announce Plans for Meaningful Law Enforcement Reform

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the following actions and proposed legislative reforms aimed at making meaningful improvements to law enforcement training, transparency, and accountability. 

6/17/2020

AG Yost Sues Price Gougers Who Inflated Hand Sanitizer Prices on Amazon

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is taking an Athens couple to court for allegedly hoarding hundreds of bottles of hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 pandemic and selling them online for 11 times the retail price.

6/18/2020

AG Yost Compiles Law Enforcement Reform Feedback for Better Transparency

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has gone to the people to solicit feedback on what meaningful law enforcement changes could be implemented to meet the evolving needs of Ohioans. In a Facebook group called, “Be Heard By The AG,” he asks for comments, experiences and suggestions and has been closely monitoring Ohioans’ ideas for law enforcement reforms.

6/17/2020

Yost Takes Action Against Generic Drug Manufacturers Who Conspired to Inflate, Manipulate Prices

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has joined a coalition of 51 states and territories in filing a lawsuit involving a widespread conspiracy by drug manufacturers to artificially inflate and manipulate prices, reduce competition and unreasonably restrain trade for generic topical drugs sold across the United States.

6/12/2020
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