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The Ohio Attorney General’s Office works with local, state and national media, providing reporters with information on the office’s many initiatives and activities. For more information, please contact the Communications Section at 614-466-3840, or check out the Media Contacts webpage.

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Age-Progression Image Released in Megan Lancaster Case

The Ohio Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the Portsmouth Police Department today released an age-progression image of Megan Lancaster, a missing southern Ohio woman, and are seeking the public’s assistance with the case.


Williams County Track Coach; Lorain County Man Convicted in Sexual Assault Cases

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s Special Prosecutions team secured guilty pleas in two separate sexual assault cases today. Both involved teenage victims.


U.S. District Court Agrees with AG Yost that Federal Tax Mandate is Unconstitutional

The U.S. District Court of Southern Ohio has ruled that the federal government cannot tie an unconstitutionally ambiguous condition to Ohio’s COVID-19 stimulus funding, vindicating the claim made by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost.


'Civil Action for Deprivation of Constitutional Rights Amendment' Petition Rejected

The Ohio Attorney General’s Office today rejected the summary language for a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution titled, “Civil Action for Deprivation of Constitutional Rights Amendment.”


Human Trafficking Task Force Arrests Tuscarawas Man on Felony Charges

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the arrest of a Tuscarawas County man on felony charges following an investigation by the Mahoning Valley Human Trafficking Task Force.


AG Yost Investigation Leads to Indictment, Lawsuit Against Home Improvement Contractor

An investigation by Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has resulted in an indictment and lawsuit against a Cincinnati home improvement contractor accused of failing to deliver services to Ohio homeowners.


AG Yost: Stop Launch of Instagram Kids to Protect Children from Online Predators

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and 43 of his colleagues are demanding that Facebook abandon its plan to launch a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13 because it threatens their safety and well-being.


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