Ohio Supreme Court

Jim Renacci
NEOMED

Here are your morning headlines for Monday, October 2nd:

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DAN KONIK / STATEHOUSE NEWS BUREAU

A state budget provision just taking effect would change an 80-year-old policy, requiring those who want to dispute tax decisions go to one of 12 regional appeals courts instead of the Ohio Supreme Court.  

The Ohio Supreme Court’s Director of Public Information, Edward Miller, says the change was requested after a flood of local property tax disputes, when the court’s main role is to rule on big cases involving the constitution.

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WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Here are your morning headlines for Friday, September 29th:

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Dan Konik

The Ohio Supreme Court has heard yet another case involving one of the state’s abortion providers. It’s the second one this month. But as Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports, this case revolves around a different issue.

This case began a few years ago when state lawmakers attached restrictions on abortion to the 2013-14 state budget.

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CLEVELAND CLINIC

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, Sept. 26th:

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