We plan our careers, retirement and what happens to our worldly possessions after we die.—Columbus Dispatch
Attorneys are discussing what to do next after the Ohio Supreme Court chose not to hear a case involving Howard “Mike” Winland, who was fired as a Strasburg elementary teacher after pornographic images were found on a district laptop computer in the summer of 2011.—New Philadelphia Times Reporter
Cost to state is $600 million if everyone gets break.—Toledo Blade
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Our government relations staff works every day with legislators and other state policy leaders on behalf of OSBA members to promote improvement of the law, our legal system and the administration of justice. We are responsible for advocating for law, rule and other public policy changes proposed by OSBA members. OSBA members also work with us to review other pending legislation and propose amendments.
OSBA's priority legislation includes proposals developed by OSBA's committees and sections, and approved by the Council of Delegates.