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Two Ohio Cemeteries Accused of Failing to Deliver Headstones

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against the operators of two Ohio cemeteries – Fairview Memorial Park in Delaware County and Grandview Memorial Park in Portage County – for failing to deliver headstones, vaults, and memorial items sold to consumers.


Attorney General DeWine Reminds Students of Oct. 1 FAFSA Availability

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today reminded students and their families that the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be available on Oct. 1 this year, three months earlier than in previous years.


Attorney General DeWine Launches CyberOhio Initiative to Assist Ohio Businesses

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced the launch of CyberOhio, a collection of cybersecurity initiatives aimed at helping Ohio businesses fight back against data security threats. The goal of CyberOhio, which DeWine announced at a news conference, is to help foster a legal, technical, and collaborative cybersecurity environment to help Ohio businesses thrive.


Attorney General DeWine Reminds Ohioans of New Child Credit Freeze Law

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is reminding Ohioans of the state’s new child credit freeze law, which takes effect today.


Attorney General DeWine Seeks Reimbursement from Akron Used Car Seller

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against Phoenix Indoor Auto Sales for failing to deliver motor vehicle titles according to Ohio law.


Attorney General DeWine Introduces New Government Videos for Ohio High Schools

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today introduced a free new educational tool for Ohio government classes – a series of five new videos on topics including state public policy and citizen engagement.


Attorney General DeWine Announces Critical Subjects for 2017 Peace Officer and Trooper Continued Professional Training

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced the critical subjects required for peace officer and trooper Continued Professional Training (CPT) reimbursement in 2017. 


Three Charged in Connection with Sexual Assault Investigation

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Rio Grande Police Chief Chris Dodson, and Gallia County Prosecutor Jeff Adkins announced today that three Gallia County men have been indicted on a combined total of 30 felony charges related to the sexual assault of two juvenile females. 


Hamilton County Man Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that a one-time registered sex offender has been arrested as part of a child exploitation investigation.


Attorney General DeWine Offers Consumer Tips Following Yahoo Breach Announcement

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered tips for consumers following the recent announcement by Yahoo of a data breach affecting some 500 million user accounts.

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