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Husband and Wife Ambulette Providers Convicted of Medicaid Fraud, Must Repay $791,000

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that the husband and wife owners of a medical transportation company must repay more than a half a million in Medicaid dollars that the couple improperly collected.


Task Force Seizes Nearly a Quarter of a Million in Crystal Methamphetamine

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer, Butler Township Police Chief John Cresie, and Miami Township Police Chief Ronald Hess announced today the arrest of a Chicago resident following the seizure of nearly a quarter of a million dollars worth of crystal methamphetamine.


Attorney General DeWine Presents Distinguished Law Enforcement Achievement Awards

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today honored several law enforcement professionals during the Ohio Attorney General's Law Enforcement Conference in Columbus.


Attorney General DeWine Seeks Restitution from Landscaper

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against a landscaping contractor accused of failing to deliver lawn care services despite accepting hundreds of dollars in advance payment from Ohio consumers.


Furniture Store Accused of Running Deceptive Store Closing Sale

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against the operators of Best Buy Furniture & Mattress, a Cincinnati area furniture store that has operated a store closing sale since April — nearly twice as long as state law permits.


Settlement Reached in Spam Text Message Case

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a settlement with a Wellington man accused of sending unsolicited and deceptive text messages to consumers nationwide.


DeWine, 52 Attorneys General Urge Congress to Pass Law Aimed at Curbing Online ‘Virtual Brothels’

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today joined Attorneys General from 48 States, 3 Territories, and the District of Columbia in urging Congress to pass the Stop Advertising Victims of Exploitation Act, also known as the SAVE Act. The request was made in a letter sent to the leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee.


Attorney General DeWine Joins Prevent Blindness, Ohio Optical Dispensers Board to Stop Dangerous Sales of Cosmetic Contact Lenses

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine along with The Ohio Affiliate of Prevent Blindness (PBO)  and the Ohio Optical Dispensers Board are warning consumers about the dangers of over-the-counter sales of decorative contact lenses during this Halloween season.


Attorney General DeWine Warns Consumers to Avoid Online Romance Scams

As Sweetest Day approaches on October 18, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is reminding Ohioans to beware of romance scams, often called “sweetheart scams,” and to protect themselves online.


Attorney General DeWine, Senator Jones, and Representative Pelanda Announce Guardianship Legislation, Unveil New Guardianship Guide

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, State Senator Shannon Jones (R-Springboro) and State Representative Dorothy Pelanda (R-Marysville) today unveiled legislation to establish a ward’s bill of rights for those Ohioans who are under the care of a guardianship as well as introduced a new, user-friendly Guardianship Guide prepared by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.

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