Formerly, Ishton W. Morton is an educator and promoter for community advocacy which includes creating programs and services, developing partnerships, and changing public policies, laws, and practices to improve the lifestyle of all people I’m still having an overwhelming desire to provide an Outreach Continuing Education process through this media.
We can all agreed at some point in our recent live we have been victimized by an automated telephone call which delivers a recorded message, typically on behalf of a political party or telemarketing company, or bill collectors or simply some unscrupulous person who is without scruples of conscience, and disregards, or has contempt for, laws of right or justice with which he or she is perfectly well acquainted, and which should restrain his or her actions. They are using these unscrupulous methods for making money and taking advantage of the unfortunate. Continue reading “Yost Continuing to Hold Nuisance Robocallers Accountable”
On August 13th, 2020 the office of Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced the indictment of 27 years old Amanda Witt on (1) one count of Involuntary Manslaughter (Felony 1), (1) one count of Corrupting Another with Drugs (Felony 2), and (1) one count of Tampering with Evidence (Felony 3). It is believed that if she is convicted of all charges, she faces an excess of 20 years in prison. Continue reading “Deters Announces Indictment Of Amanda Witt”
Vigorously, for months following the inception of COVID-19 I have been practically attached to my sewing machine making faces masks, 98% of which were donated to not-for-profit organizations, close friends and families. This is my contribution in the fight of preventing the spreading of COVID-19.
However, on Wednesday evening, August 12th, 2020 a spokesperson for Cincinnati Public Schools circulate a new policy passed by the CPS Board of Education requiring facial coverings for anyone who enters a school or building owned or controlled by the district. This requirement was given in efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Continue reading “Masks Required At All Cincinnati Public Schools And Facilities”
Written By: Chris Finney and Rebecca Heimlich June 3rd, 2020
Several weeks ago, Finney Law Firm (FLF) did a webinar for EmpowerU on the relief offered to small business and self-employed under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). One of the main focuses of that webinar was the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which offers forgivable loans to small businesses. Since that time, over 4.5 million companies have received PPP loans totaling over $510 Billion. And, approximately $100 Billion in funding for PPP loans remains unused.Continue reading “Come Back to Discuss the Rules”
Because there have been no executions in 2019 it seems Ohio is following a national trend against the death penalty. As of Tuesday, December 17th, 2019 studies found Ohio has one county that has sentenced more people to death over the past two years than any other in the United States. Actually, Cuyahoga County leads the nation in death-penalty sentences. Continue reading “Deters Announces Death Penalty For Alto Miles”