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Supporters of medical marijuana legalization will march in Cleveland this weekend as an effort to get a constitutional amendment before voters continues.

State Supreme Court Weighs time Limits In Sex Abuse Cases

Apr 30, 2014

The Ohio Supreme Court will decide how long a victim of childhood sexual abuse has to file a lawsuit, if the abuser is a state employee. 

SUPCO Strikes Down Child Enticement Law

Mar 7, 2014

The Ohio Supreme court says Ohio's child enticement law is unconstitutional because it criminalizes innocent behavior.

SUPCO Hears Natural Gas Drilling Case

Feb 27, 2014

Ohio Supreme Court justices yesterday vigorously challenged attorneys over the power of state oil and gas drilling regulations to supersede local zoning laws  in a case brought by the Akron suburb of Munroe Falls against Beck Energy.

The Ohio Supreme Court says a panel of three retired judges will consider whether to suspend Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly, who pleaded not guilty to 25 counts in a corruption case.

SUPCO Rejects Refunds For AEP Customers

Feb 14, 2014

The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected an appeal seeking 368 million dollars in refunds for customers of Columbus-based American Electric Power.

The Ohio Supreme Court has found that landlords must provide a safe environment to guests of their tenants. 

The Ohio Supreme Court is reminding judges conditions are limited under which they may jail an offender for failure to pay fines.

Former Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann went before the Ohio Supreme Court this week.

Former Attorney General Marc Dann is preparing to argue his first case before the Ohio Supreme Court since being forced from office amid a sexual harassment scandal, convicted of an ethics violation and temporarily stripped of his law license.

The Ohio Supreme Court is accepting public comment on a possible rule change that could let students become lawyers after six years of college instead of seven.

Ruling Sets Future For Medicaid Expansion

Dec 23, 2013

Now that the Ohio Supreme Court has made a decision on Medicaid expansion, it appears it’s here to stay - at least for now.

SUPCO Approves North Central Ohio Wind Farm Project

Dec 19, 2013

The Ohio Supreme Court has cleared the way for construction to begin soon on a wind farm in Crawford and Richland counties.

Ohio Democrats have added another name to the growing list of candidates making a run for statewide office next year.

Freshwater Asks SUPCO To Reconsider

Nov 29, 2013

The Mount Vernon Middle School science instructor who refused to remove religious materials from his classroom wants the Ohio Supreme Court to reconsider its decision upholding his dismissal.

State attorneys say an Ohio legislative panel acted consistently with state law and standard practice when it approved funding an expansion of the Medicaid program last month.

The Ohio Supreme Court today rejected a recommended six-month suspension of the law license of former Franklin County Environmental Court Judge Harland Hale.

As the weather gets colder, there are more than a few Ohioans who are right now planning their annual extended stays in Florida or other warm climates.

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The Ohio Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday over who may file a lawsuit to settle the question of whether the state's job creation entity, JobsOhio, is constitutional.

Ohio Supreme Court Takes Up Child "Enticement" Law

Oct 9, 2013

Ohio law could make it a crime for you to offer money to a child to rake your lawn. And that’s troubling Ohio’s Supreme Court justices.