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Topic - Mike Dewine
A new rule took effect Thursday in Ohio that bans the sale and use of two chemicals drug dealers have used to pass off harmful synthetic drugs as legal substances.
As political campaigns begin to heat up, the Supreme Court is deciding whether false accusations and mudslinging made during an election can be punished as a crime.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has certified the language in a new version of a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at overturning the state's gay marriage ban.
A teacher and coach accused of trying to thwart an investigation into the rape of a 16-year-old girl in eastern Ohio will have the charge dismissed in exchange for community service at a domestic violence shelter, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Friday.
The state's attorney general says several agencies around Ohio have received about $10,000 to build awareness about the resources available to victims of crime.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says 13 additional counties have access to comprehensive services for victims of sexual assault.
The state needs to treat the problem of heroin abuse as a public health crisis by ramping up prevention and treatment efforts and toughening penalties for dealers, including homicide charges if an overdose results in death, the Democratic candidate for Ohio attorney general said Tuesday.
Some states, including Ohio, are reporting a rise in heroin use as many addicts shift from more costly and harder-to-get prescription opiates to this cheaper alternative. A look at what's happening in Ohio:
Ohio's attorney general says an initiative to test previously untested rape kits has led to more than 1,000 matches to DNA profiles in a law enforcement database.
Ohio's attorney general has rejected the petition of a proposal that aims to create a refundable deposit on glass, plastic and other containers.
Ohio's attorney general says he has had other bouts of vertigo before the one that led to his hospitalization.
An Ohio group has been cleared to continue its effort to guarantee what it calls certain voter protections in the state constitution.
The state lottery was cleared Monday to go forward with building and operating new electronic raffle machines for Ohio's veterans' posts and fraternal organizations, in a move many of the groups oppose as an incursion into their operations.
Attorney General Mike DeWine headed home Saturday after spending the night in a Cincinnati hospital where he was taken because he felt ill while at a speaking engagement.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine fell ill while at a speaking engagement in Cincinnati and was expected to remain in a hospital for observation Friday night after a bout of vertigo, his office said.
Attorney General Mike DeWine said in an interview Thursday that the makers of synthetic drugs then apparently stayed one step ahead of the law, altering their formulas with the now-illegal chemicals.
"Is it as big of a problem as heroin? No. Is it as big as a problem as prescription drugs? Probably not," DeWine said. "But it's a problem and it has to be dealt with."