Ohio Unemployment Stimulus Checks: What’s The Latest?
Ohio Supreme Court
heard arguments on whether Gov. Mike DeWine had the authority to end $300 weekly jobless aid two months before the federal program expired.
Case heard in May by Ohio Supreme Court. The
Ohio Attorney General's office
stated firms having problems recruiting asked Gov. Mike DeWine to suspend the checks.
Former attorney general Marc Dann
said the legislature, the governor is not responsible for unemployment benefits.
The Ohio Supreme Court issued swift decisions on House and Senate maps
early this year. First set of maps approved in September; LWV filed three complaints.
Republicans on the redistricting panel approved plans for four months, opponents sued, and the court ruled against them.
State officials wanted the House and Senate primaries in May. After a federal lawsuit, it was rescheduled to August at a cost of $20 million.
The court ruled unanimously three months after the issue was contested that the state can withhold money from cities that use traffic cameras.
The court determined last year that
Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow
, previously the state's largest online charter school, owed money for pupils it did not teach.
According to a court representative, rulings, orders, and opinions comprise numerous elements, thus there is no timeframe for a ruling.