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AG Yost Statement On Next Steps In HB 6 Scandal

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement today regarding the next steps in the House Bill 6 scandal: 


Petition Summary Rejected, Deemed Misleading to Ohio Voters

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office today rejected the summary of a petition seeking to add a Section 22 to Article I of the state Constitution, an amendment entitled “Protecting Ohioans’ Constitutional Rights.”


Attorney General Yost Silences Texas-based Robocallers

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and seven other attorneys general announced two related judgments effectively shutting down a massive robocall operation that bombarded Americans with billions of illicit robocalls, including more than 69 million to Ohioans.


Petition Summary Certified for Proposed Constitutional Amendment Regarding Reproductive Rights

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office today certified the summary of a petition entitled “The Right to Reproductive Freedom with Protections for Health and Safety.”  The amendment would add a Section 22 to Article 1 of the state constitution.   


Attorney General Issues 2022 Concealed Carry Report

Attorney General Dave Yost today issued Ohio’s annual report on concealed handgun licensing, showing that a total of 89,782 permits were issued in the state in 2022.


Ohio AG Yost and Mount Carmel Health System Launch Statewide Training to Combat Human Trafficking

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Mount Carmel Health System President/CEO Lorraine Lutton today announced a new training initiative for Ohio health-care professionals to help identify survivors of human trafficking in health-care settings.


Two Central Ohio Caretakers Sentenced for Felonies

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the resolution of two criminal cases in central Ohio that were investigated by his office.


AG Yost and his Colleagues Call on Congress to Force National Human Trafficking Hotline to Meet its Promises

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and 35 other attorneys general sent a letter this week to congressional leaders informing them of their grave concerns about the National Human Trafficking Hotline and asking them to help improve the critical joint federal-state effort to end trafficking.


AG Yost’s Most Recent Drug Dropoff Day Brings in 224 Pounds of Unwanted Prescription Drugs

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s fourth Drug Dropoff Day – held Saturday in Hamilton county – yielded 224 pounds of unused or expired prescription medications, ensuring that these drugs can do no harm to Ohioans or the environment. 


Cold Case Investigations Identify John Does in Mahoning and Fayette Counties

Old-fashioned detective work, modern DNA technology, and a serendipitous tip that was offered in one case but proved vital in another case have led to the identification of two John Does in northeast and central Ohio, Attorney General Dave Yost announced this afternoon.

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