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California Man Accused of Deceiving Ohioans in Mortgage Loan Modification Scheme

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a consumer protection lawsuit against a California man accused of taking thousands of dollars for loan modification services he never provided.


DeWine's Office Meets with DEA Administrator on Opioid Crisis

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Office is part of a multi-state group that met with top leaders from the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) in Washington, D.C. yesterday.


Ohio Files Lawsuit Against Rover Pipeline for Environmental Violations

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office, on behalf of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, today filed a lawsuit against Rover Pipeline LLC of Texas for polluting state waters while constructing a natural gas pipeline across Ohio. 


Data Protection Act Will Incentivize Cybersecurity to Protect Consumer Data

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today publicly endorsed Senate Bill 220, the Data Protection Act, at a news conference with bill sponsor State Senator Bob Hackett (R-London). The legislation was introduced as part of Attorney General DeWine’s CyberOhio Initiative to help Ohio businesses with cybersecurity issues.


Attorney General DeWine Participates in BCI Science School Learning Day

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine joined dozens of students and their teachers from Ross and Pickaway counties as they experienced a Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) Science School learning day at a Chillicothe barn, designed to spark fourth grade students’ interest in careers as forensic scientists and law enforcement investigators.  

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