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  • Ohio court investigating lawyer who tipped Tressel

    The attorney whose email tip to Jim Tressel launched a scandal that led to his forced resignation as Ohio State's football coach and possible NCAA discipline for the school is being investigated for legal misconduct by the Ohio Supreme Court.


  • Ohio Supreme Court OKs state's satellite TV tax

    The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld a state sales tax for satellite TV providers that cable competitors don't have to pay, rejecting arguments from the satellite industry that the tax is unfair while maintaining a source of tens of millions of dollars in revenue for the financially struggling state.


  • Satellite TV industry: Ohio tax hurts all viewers

    Satellite TV companies say an Ohio court decision upholding a sales tax that doesn't also apply to cable TV is unfair and hurts all consumers.


  • Court upholds satellite TV tax

    The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld a sales tax for satellite TV providers that cable competitors don't have to pay, rejecting arguments from the satellite industry that the tax is unfair while maintaining a source of tens of millions of dollars in revenue for the financially struggling state.


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    Execution survivor stays on death row

    The only inmate in modern history to survive an execution attempt must stay on death row, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a decision that leaves the man's fate up to the federal courts.


  • Lawyer: Satellite providers don't seek tax refund

    An attorney for satellite TV providers fighting a state sales tax not applied to their cable competitors told Ohio's high court Wednesday that the industry isn't looking for a refund.


  • The eBay offices in San Jose, Calif., include the new PayPal, which is taking off strongly and expects continued growth. (Associated Press)

    EDITORIAL: Ohio court takes on negative eBay feedback

    The Ohio Supreme Court is staffed by legal minds so weak that it's only a matter of time before they are nominated to federal jobs by President Obama. For expressing this opinion, which appears in print as well as online at washingtontimes.com, a majority of Ohio's top judges believe we should be hauled into court in Columbus. We'd like to see them try.


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