A Delaware County Grand jury Thursday indicted 39 year old Matthew Rausenberg of Columbus on 32 counts alleging sex crimes against children in his classroom. First Assistant Prosecutor Kyle Rohrer outlined the charges saying Rausenberg faces life in prison, if convicted.
Ohioans are now able to show proof of insurance to police officers and state agencies with their smart phones and other electronic devices.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says he may sue the federal government over a fee it requires the state to pay because of the Affordable Care Act.
If you’re afraid of natural disasters, there’s good news: Ohio ranks in the bottom 10 for states at risk for them. The bad news is, if you were planning to retire in Florida, you’d then be headed to the riskiest state of all.
The federal government reports that the number of people without health insurance in Ohio fell by 47,000 during the past year.
Nearly a billion dollars is on the line in a lawsuit filed by 270,000 Ohio businesses against the stateâ€™s Bureau of Workersâ€™ Compensation.
Ohio is moving to make sure health insurance plans will cover treatment and services for children with autism.
A lack of coordination is a continuing criticism of the health care industry. A new model emerging in Ohio and around the country uses a “care coordinator.”
The report commissioned by the state says some premiums could go up 150 percent.
â€œThe idea that the [insurance] industry is going to reduce rates to consumers is wishful thinking given that the amount of losses has been at record levels.â€ Greg Locraft, Morgan Stanley Insurance Analyst
“This is a serious effort at quarantining government power to its rightful place.”