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Petition Certified for Proposed Constitutional Amendment Regarding Nursing Facilities

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office today certified a revised petition for a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would require nursing facilities to provide certain staff-to-patient ratios and minimum daily amounts of direct care to patients.  


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 16, 2021, to apply.


Attorney General Yost Seeks Reimbursement from Car Dealership Accused of Title Problems

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today that his office has filed a lawsuit against a used-car dealership and its owners over violations of consumer protection laws and failure to deliver vehicle titles to customers.


AG Yost Reaches Settlement with Internet Provider; Ohioans to get Better Service

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has reached a settlement agreement with Frontier Communications to increase the quality of internet coverage to underserved areas of Ohio and to stop overbilling customers for unreliable service.


Elder Patient Abuse Cases Prompt AG Yost to Urge Vigilance in Protecting Ohioans

AG Yost and other leaders worldwide are speaking out today in recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Month, an occasion to reflect on the care of our elders and shine a spotlight on patient abuse.


Public's Help Needed in Identifying Suspect in Knox County Incident

The Ohio Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation along with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office and Fredericktown Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man who pointed a firearm at a peace officer yesterday during a traffic stop near Fredericktown.


Statement from AG Yost on the Supreme Court's Ruling on Obamacare

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court's ruling on Obamacare.


Centene Agrees to Pay a Record $88.3 Million to Settle Ohio PBM Case Brought by AG Yost

Centene Corp. (CNC) has agreed to pay Ohio $88.3 million to settle a lawsuit filed by Attorney General Dave Yost in March alleging the pharmacy benefit manager overbilled the Ohio Department of Medicaid for pharmacy services it provided.


AG Yost Files Emergency Order to Stop Leakage of Manure into Ohio Stream

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has filed for a temporary restraining order against the owner of dairy farm after a massive manure leak has caused significant pollution of the nearby Moores Fork stream.


Guernsey County Man Arrested in 1986 Texas Cold Case

A Quaker City man has been arrested for a 1986 homicide that occurred in Texas, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Guernsey County Sheriff Jeffrey D. Paden announced today.

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