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AG Yost Sues Medina County Car Dealership Accused of Title Problems

Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a consumer protection lawsuit against a used car dealership and its owner who failed to deliver vehicle titles to customers in northeast Ohio.


AG Yost Seeks Ohio High School Students to Serve on Teen Ambassador Board

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today that his office is now accepting applications for its Teen Ambassador Board.


AG Yost Joins Coalition of 38 States Urging Congress to Allow Marijuana-related Businesses to Access Banking System

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today joined a bipartisan coalition of 38 states and territorial attorneys general urging Congress to pass the federal Secure and Fair Enforcement (SAFE) Banking Act (H.R. 1595) or similar measures that would give legal marijuana-related businesses access to the federal banking system.


AG Yost Joins Coalition Urging FCC to Take Action Against Robocalls, Caller ID Spoofing

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has joined 41 other attorneys general in calling on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to take further action to stop the growing proliferation of illegal robocalls and spoofing.


Meigs County Corrections Officer Found Guilty of Kidnapping, Sexual Battery, Theft in Office

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that a former Meigs County corrections officer has been found guilty of 24 charges, including sexual battery, kidnapping, gross sexual imposition and theft in office.


Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Law Enforcement Officers Honor 799 Killed in the Line of Duty

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, members of the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission, and law enforcement officers from through the state gathered today for the annual Ohio Peace Officers’ Memorial Ceremony to honor the 799 Ohio peace officers who have died in the line of duty since 1823.


AG Yost Announces Student Design Contest for ‘Stop Bullying’ License Plates

Ohioans will soon have an option to spread the “Stop Bullying” message on license plates, and an Ohio child will be the artist responsible for the design.

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