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