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AG Yost Applauds Prioritization of Peace Officers for COVID-19 Vaccine

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost applauded the addition of peace officers in Ohio’s prioritized list for the COVID-19 vaccine. 


Guernsey County Woman Sentenced to 20 Years for Contributing to Son's Death

A Guernsey County woman was sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in the 2018 death of her 6-year-old son, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today.


Attorney General Issues 2020 Conceal Carry Report

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today issued Ohio’s Law on Concealed Handguns annual report showing that 169,232 concealed carry licenses were issued in Ohio in 2020.


AG Yost Initiates Suspension Proceedings for Indicted Cleveland City Councilman

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today filed a request to commence suspension proceedings against Kenneth Johnson, a Cleveland City Council member facing corruption charges.


Yost Sues Biden Administration for Failure to Deliver Census Data by Deadline

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the filing of a federal lawsuit to compel the U.S. Census Bureau to release population data relevant to Ohio’s upcoming congressional redistricting process.


AG Yost Calls on President Biden to Protect Ohioans, Not Illegal Alien Sex Offenders

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is demanding that President Joe Biden and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reinstate Operation Talon, a nationwide operation to remove convicted sex offenders who are in the country illegally.


Attorney General Dave Yost's Statement on Fallen ODNR Officer Jason Lagore

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following statement regarding the death of Ohio Department of Natural Resources Officer Jason Lagore:


Mahoning Valley Woman Found in River Identified

Experts working for the Ohio Attorney General’s Office have identified a woman whose body was found in the Mahoning River this past summer, and authorities are asking for the public’s help in determining what happened to her.


Judge upholds AG Yost’s Motion to Ban Mass Polluters from Operating Waste Hauling Business

A Clermont County couple has been banned from operating in the waste industry after a judge found them liable on Ohio Attorney General Yost’s eight-count complaint to stop him from dumping acres of waste on his property and endangering the public.


Cuyahoga County Grand Jury Issues No-Bill in Desmond Franklin Case

A Cuyahoga County grand jury has voted to not return an indictment in the homicide of Desmond Franklin.

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