Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association Nitrogen Could Be Used In Ohio Executions By Ohio Public Radio • Sep 9, 2016 worldofchemicals.com There haven’t been any executions in Ohio for almost three years because the state has not been able to obtain the necessary lethal injection drugs. But a widely used and available gas could be used as a substitute. Ohio House Approves Bill To Expand Concealed Weapons Law By Associated Press & Jim Letizia • Nov 18, 2015 The Ohio House has approved a bill to expand the state's concealed weapons law to allow guns in places such as colleges and day cares and on private aircraft. Groups Argue Over Forfeiture Laws In Ohio By Ohio Public Radio • Sep 30, 2015 The procedure used by the government to take and keep someone’s property in a criminal case is being challenged by both conservative and progressive advocates. Prisons Chief Proposes Releasing Some Incapacitated Inmates By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Mar 6, 2015 State of Ohio Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction chief Gary Mohr wants to be able to release inmates who require round-the-clock medical care or are otherwise incapacitated. Plan Removes Statute Of Limitations In Sexual Assault Cases By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • May 24, 2013 A bill in the Ohio legislature would remove the 20-year statute of limitations for prosecuting rape and sexual battery cases. Fight Over Jury Trial Continues By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Dec 26, 2012 The Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association says it is not giving up efforts to pass a law that would allow them to demand criminal defendants be tried by jury.