As Ohio loses jobs, labor market continues to shrink
COLUMBUS – This morning, the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services released the July jobs report and revised June figures for Ohio. After losing nearly 3,000 jobs in May, the revised June job creation figure was reduced by almost a third. July’s report showed Ohio lost 12,400 jobs overall with 2,900 jobs lost in manufacturing.
DeWine’s own office records refute his latest statements
COLUMBUS – Yesterday, Attorney General Mike DeWine defended his controversial personal interference in an internal sexual harassment investigation in which the alleged victim described her harasser as an older male in a senior position who was a “close friend” to Mike DeWine. DeWine, and his campaign, have made a number of statements yesterday that are directly rebutted by records of the matter maintained by DeWine’s own office.
The U.S. State Department raised serious and repeated concerns about Turkish charter schools in America, sending cables to the CIA, Secretary of Defense and the President’s National Security Council. Special attention was paid to the large number of Turkish nationals with questionable credentials seeking visas to teach at schools such as Ohio’s Horizon Science Academies, which are linked to a controversial Islamic faith leader.
Columbus Dispatch // Aug. 12, 2014
Attorney General Mike DeWine considered criminal prosecution of his Equal Employment Opportunity investigator who initially resisted divulging to him a confidential source in a sexual-harassment case.