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AG Yost Reminds Consumers of New Laws About Telephone Solicitation

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today reminded Ohioans that a new law makes it illegal for chiropractors or certain health care practitioners to call immediately after an automobile accident or crime.


Attorney General's Office Statement on H.B. 6 Television Advertisement

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recently became aware that comments from a Sept. 30 press conference are being used in a television commercial regarding H.B. 6. The inclusion of his comments occurred without his knowledge or consent.


AG Yost Announces $117 Million Multistate Settlement with Johnson & Johnson

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced a multistate settlement requiring Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Ethicon Inc. to pay nearly $117 million for their deceptive marketing of transvaginal surgical mesh devices, with Ohio receiving $6.3 million under the settlement.


Two Cuyahoga County Corrections Officers Plead Guilty to Excessive Force Charges

A pair of Cuyahoga County corrections officers pleaded guilty today to charges of using excessive force on a restrained inmate.


AG Yost Recognizes Achievements of Ohio Law Enforcement Officers

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recognized the 2019 Law Enforcement Conference award winners today during a luncheon ceremony in Columbus.


Statement from AG Yost on Passing of Patrick H. Power

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement today regarding the passing of former Office of Budget and Management Director and Chief of Staff to Mayor Dana G. “Buck” Rinehart, Patrick H. Power.


AG Yost Unveils Two Projects Aimed at Preventing Opioid Addiction

In an effort to fight the opioid epidemic at its source, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the launch of two scientific projects aimed at reducing the number of people who succumb to substance use disorder.

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