$30 Million Available for Farmers Through Governor DeWine's H2Ohio Plan

COLUMBUS, Jan. 15 – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Dorothy Pelanda announced today that $30 million in H2Ohio funding will be available for Ohio farmers in more than a dozen counties beginning next month. The funds will be awarded as part of Governor DeWine’s H2Ohio plan to reduce agricultural phosphorus runoff and prevent algal blooms in Lake Erie.

AG Yost Announces Multistate Settlement with PayPal Charitable Giving Fund

COLUMBUS, Jan. 15 — Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and charity regulators from 21 other states and the District of Columbia have reached an agreement with PayPal Charitable Giving Fund (PPGF), requiring the organization to boost transparency for donors on its online fundraising platform.

ODVS Workforce Team Expands Reach in 2020

COLUMBUS, Jan. 14 – The Ohio Department of Veterans Services continues to make an impact on helping to facilitate opportunities for veterans in Ohio’s workforce – and the results speak to those efforts. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, veteran unemployment in Ohio consistently has been lower than 4 percent over the course of the last year.

Data Indicate Ohio's Legacy Cities Are Showing Signs of Improvement

Columbus, Jan. 9, 2020 – The Greater Ohio Policy Center (GOPC) has released its latest analysis of the economic and demographic performance of Ohio’s 22 legacy cities. GOPC concludes that many of Ohio’s small and mid-sized legacy cities are showing signs of improvement since 2014, but they will require support from the state to be as strong as they were in 2000.