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Attorney General Yost's Statement on Fallen Bluffton Officer Dominic Francis

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement regarding the death of Bluffton Officer Dominic Francis who was killed in the line of duty early this morning.


AG Yost and Hamilton County Prosecutor Deters Join Legislators to Advocate for Bail Reform Constitutional Amendment

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters, working in tandem with three state legislators, today announced their intent to push for a proposed constitutional amendment regarding bail reform to protect law-abiding Ohioans.


AG Yost Sues Window Company That Left Ohio Consumers in the Cold

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has sued the owner of a window company alleging that she accepted money from 89 consumers from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana for windows that were never delivered or poorly installed, and failed to provide refunds.


AG Yost Reaches $80 Million Settlement With Monsanto Over PCB Hazards

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced an $80 million settlement with the Monsanto Co. that forces the company to pay for the long-standing environmental damage it knowingly caused in Ohio with its toxic products.


AG Yost Expands Advanced Training for Police Officers by Offering Classes Close to Home

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is bringing training to Ohio’s law enforcement officers through OPOTA Close to Home, a collaboration between the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy and five regional partners that will extend the reach of OPOTA-certified course offerings.


Yost Wins Court Order; Arrest and Deportation of Dangerous Felons To Resume

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost won a nationwide court order today that requires the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to resume enforcing the law regarding convicted dangerous felons and immigrants who have lost their last appeal to remain in the country.


AG Yost Provides Nationally Recognized School Threat Assessment Training: Money Still Available for Schools and Officers

An effective way of dealing with school violence is to stop it before it happens, which is why Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has been helping law enforcement and school officials prepare to do just that with a two-pronged program.


AG Yost Releases the 2022 ‘Yellow Book,’ Celebrates Government Transparency

As part of his continuing efforts to promote government transparency, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today released the 2022 edition of the Sunshine Laws Manual.


Attorney General Dave Yost Releases Investigative Documents on Ma'Khia Bryant Shooting

Following the decision by a Franklin County grand jury to decline to indict a law enforcement officer in the death of Ma’Khia Bryant, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost published the complete investigative files on the web, available for anyone to see.


Summary of Petition to Ensure Vaccine Choice in Ohio Rejected Over Material Omission, Misstatements

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office today rejected another summary of a petition seeking to add new language to the Ohio Revised Code in support of vaccine choice.

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