In 2009, Ohio voters approved a ballot measure that provides bonuses for Ohioans who have served in the U.S. Military since 9/11.
Officials with the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame say time is running out to nominate veterans for the hall's 2014 class.
Tens of thousands of Ohio veterans have an easier way to prove their eligibility for benefits they've earned through their service.
A report commissioned by the state says while Ohio appears to offer one of the most comprehensive benefit packages to veterans in the nation, its funding system creates vast disparities between urban and rural areas.
Democratic State Representative and State Auditor candidate Connie Pillich wants income tax returns used to help locate veterans eligible for Ohio bonuses.
The state's Department of Veterans Services is seeking nominations for induction into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame.
The director of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services will be among those inducted into a military hall of fame at the Statehouse on May 3rd.