Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says if elected governor he would push for mandatory K-12 anti-addiction education as part of the state's efforts to fight the ongoing opiate epidemic. DeWine, … Click to Continue »
Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from Ohio newspapers: The (Youngstown) Vindicator, Feb. 18 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine served up some sage advice to about 1,200 … Click to Continue »
A proposed amendment to Ohio's constitution that would give crime victims and their families the same rights as the accused has cleared its initial hurdle. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine … Click to Continue »
Yesterday, Attorney General Mike DeWine filed an appeal in the Ohio Supreme Court in the case of Capital Care Network of Toledo v. State of Ohio Department of Health, defending the Department of Health’s decision to close a Toledo abortion facility. After failing to secure a transfer agreement with a local hospital, Capital Care Network […]
On Monday, Attorney General Mike DeWine filed an appeal in the Ohio Supreme Court in the case of Preterm v. Kasich, defending several pro-life initiatives in the 2013-2014 budget bill. Those provisions include the Pregnancy and Parenting...Show More Summary
Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine appears on the first day of the Republican National Convention on July 18, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. His office is named as a defendant in a lawsuit that challenges a state law restricting attorney solicitation to Workers' Compensation claimants. (Photo by [...]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Mike DeWine, the state attorney general and a former U.S. senator, confirmed Thursday what political prognosticators have reported for months: The 69-year-old Republican shared his less-than-secret plans with aShow More Summary
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine (R) said that he plans to run for Ohio governor in 2018, the Dayton Daily News reports.
Mike DeWine said investigators discovered "commercial" marijuana-growing operations at some of the murder sites. Eight members of the same family were found dead at four homes in Pike County, Ohio.
This weekend, eight members of a family were murdered “execution-style” in Ohio. State Attorney General Mike DeWine called the carrying out of the killings a “sophisticated operation,” and indicated that the killers attempted to obscure the scene with forensic counter-measures. Show More Summary
The murders of eight family members in Ohio is being called a "pre-planned execution," as authorities look for leads in the horrifc crime that has rocked the community, the Associated Press reports. Ohio Attorney general Mike DewineShow More Summary
The "execution-style" killings of eight family members in rural Ohio continues to be a big mystery, although authorities revealed a bit of information that could at the very least hint at a motive. Ohio’s Attorney General Mike DeWine...Show More Summary
As authorities search for the gunman responsible for the "execution type" killings of eight relatives, officials say they still do not have a suspect description or motive. Attorney General Mike DeWine said the suspect or suspects took several steps to cover up their tracks and remove any possible evidence. Show More Summary
Police in Ohio say they are still hunting the suspect—or suspects—who slaughtered eight members of the same family in four rural residences on Friday. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says more than 30 people have been interviewed in connection with the "horrible tragedy" in Pike County, the Cincinnati...
An editorial in the Akron Beacon Journal criticized recent maneuvers made by Ohio's attorney general Mike DeWine who has "join[ed] the bashing" of Planned Parenthood following release of deceptively-edited videos produced by the anti-choice...Show More Summary
In a new interview with Fox news, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine shone more light on the latest Planned Parenthood investigation — the one he spearheaded which caught the abortion business dumping aborted babies in landfills in Kentucky. Asked to weigh in on the allegations that the claims Planned Parenthood is dumping aborted babies in […]
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine concluded his investigation of Planned Parenthood selling fetal tissue remains.
After a months-long investigation by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine revealed that Planned Parenthood abortion clinics in that state were dumping aborted babies in landfills, a state lawmaker is now pushing to have those children's remains buried or cremated.
A story of aborted baby bodies in landfills should be reporter-bait. But it’s not, at least to ABC, NBC and CBS. After a statewide investigation, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Friday that his office found no evidence that Ohio Planned Parenthood affiliates participated in the selling of aborted baby parts. Show More Summary
Last week, Ohio’s Attorney General Mike DeWine released the findings of an investigation that showed aborted baby parts from Ohio’s Planned...