Government Editor, Dayton Daily News
mydaytondailynews.com — The battle over Ohio's beer business continues to brew in Columbus. State Rep. Jim Buchy, R-Greenville, on Wednesday introduced another bill to block brewers from buying beer distributorships, even though lawmakers just passed such a measure.
mydaytondailynews.com — The IRS scandal has put the Tea Party back in the news, and Ohio conservatives have been featured prominently in stories about the targeting of groups because of their political affiliations. But an invigorated Tea Party may not be the best news for some Republicans, including Gov.
daytondailynews.com — The Associated Press CLEVELAND - Ohioans would only be required to display one license plate on their vehicles instead of two if a bill proposed by two state legislators is approved. State Reps. Terry Johnson, of McDermott, and Stephen Slesnick, of Canton, say requiring one license plate on the rear bumper could save the state more than $1 million annually, The Plain Dealer of Cleveland ((http://bit.ly/15UkzDK) reported.
mydaytondailynews.com — Internet-related crimes cost Ohio consumers nearly $1 million less last year than in 2011 and complaints about online scams dropped nearly 43 percent, according to a new report. The state's top law-enforcement officer called those statistics a "blip" and said they don't reflect the number of online fraud cases being reported to his office.
mydaytondailynews.com — Saying it would promote economic opportunities that lead to stable, traditional families, a group of Ohio pastors and Christian educators on Thursday urged state lawmakers to put more money in pre-kindergarten education.
daytondailynews.com — By News Staff Dayton Daily News WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE - Thousands of Wright-Patterson civilian employees won't spend as much time off the job without pay after the Pentagon directed the number of furlough days be shortened to 11 days from 14.
daytondailynews.com — Staff Writer Emily Mendenhall and her staff at Lily's Bistro spent the past few days serving family members and friends a limited selections from its food and drink menu. Tonight will be showtime for the Historic Oregon District establishment featuring seasonal fare. The restaurant at 329 E. Fifth St.
daytondailynews.com — Downtown residential developer Charles Simms is eyeing property across the street from his successful Patterson Square development for 31 new townhomes, a $4.6 million development. Patterson Square was built off First and Harries streets downtown just west of Patterson. Patterson Place will be off North Patterson Boulevard and East First downtown, just north of Ice Avenue, according to company plans.
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