Seven Olentangy Hyatts Middle School Students Face Criminal Charges for Putting Urine, Semen in Food Served to Teachers

In May, several Olentangy Hyatts Middle School students were accused of contaminating food they had prepared and served to teachers. The allegation was that the boys added urine and semen to the food. The Delaware County Prosecutor charged seven students Tuesday with crimes ranging from tampering with evidence to felony assault.

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Tax Working Group Helping Ohioans Answer the Question ‘What is the Reasonable Cost Taxpayers Should Bear for Good Government?’

In 2018 a new organization was created in northeastern Ohio – the Tax Working Group. There has been a growing concern about the large increase in property taxes, so following the Liberator Conference last year, several of the citizens formed the new group. Executive Director Thomas Hach explained their issues to The Ohio Star, “While there is no question government has a role, the question is what is the reasonable cost Ohio taxpayers should bear?”

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Jim Renacci Commentary: How John Kasich Failed Ohio

Failed leadership in the past has caused Ohio to become one of the ‘most left’ states in America thanks to failing infrastructure, slow job creation and lethargic wage growth. The state simply isn’t competitive in the race to attract and retain businesses, and its showing. Since leaving Congress in January, I have been listening to Ohioans in cities and rural areas alike that feel angry, tired and frustrated. They want to know why our neighbors are winning and why Ohio is missing out on the Trump economy. I tell them all: we can thank John Kasich.

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Ohio Attorney Expresses Concern About Identifying a City as a ‘Victim’ in Supreme Court Case, Calls It a ‘Very Slippery Slope’

The City of Centerville in Montgomery County wants the Ohio Supreme Court to consider it a “victim” based upon the “rights of victims of crime” in the Ohio Constitution.

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Commentary: The Two Ticking Time Bombs of the Coming Election

It is now clearer than ever that the whole Trump-Russia collusion argument, as many of us have been loudly proclaiming since it began, is a monstrous hoax, “a conspiracy so immense”—to use Senator Joseph R. McCarthy’s infamous words in his attack upon General George C. Marshall in 1951—that it has been hard for the public to take it on board.

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