Ohioans To Reconsider Hosting, Attending and Gatherings Of Any Size

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – October 28th, 2020

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine  Reconsider hosting or attending gatherings of any size.

In the United States, a county is a separate administrative or political subdivision of a state that consists of a geographic region with specific boundaries and usually have some level of governmental authority. 

Accordingly, the term county is used in 48 U.S. States, while Louisiana and Alaska has functionally equivalent subdivisions which are respectively called parishes and boroughs. Continue reading “Ohioans To Reconsider Hosting, Attending and Gatherings Of Any Size”

Ohio Positioning For A Smooth Election Night

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – September 20th, 2020

During a Statehouse briefing LaRose, Ohio’s elections chief added

On-Tuesday September 8th, 2020 Frank LaRose, Ohio’s elections chief said; he is continuing to take steps to head off a potentially chaotic November election, including adding clarity to absentee ballot request forms, tracking poll worker recruitment and upgrading his website so the potentially large number of outstanding absentee ballots will be clearly visible on Election Night. Continue reading “Ohio Positioning For A Smooth Election Night”

New Mandates For Ohio Schools Coronavirus Reporting

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 5th, 2020

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine order mandates a component for government reporting.

Effective Tuesday, September 8th, 2020; on Thursday, August 3rd, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued a new order mandating all state’s schools to establish communication(s) with coronavirus reporting between both parents and school’s district.

Equally, consisting of three parts it lays out what is required of both schools and parents when a child tests positive for COVID-19. Continue reading “New Mandates For Ohio Schools Coronavirus Reporting”

Cincinnati Bengals Delivered Statement On Racial Justice

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 29th, 2020

Yes! The Cincinnati Bengals did march to the Freedom Center, and deliver statement(s) on racial justice.

On Sunday, September 13th, 2020 The Cincinnati Bengals is scheduled to commence their season opener against the Los Angeles Chargers at Paul Brown Stadium.

Today August 29th, 2020 the Cincinnati Bengals players, coaches, ownership and staff marched from Paul Brown Stadium to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in efforts deliver a message on racial justice. Continue reading “Cincinnati Bengals Delivered Statement On Racial Justice”

A Continued Disruption Of The Voting Process

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 29th, 2020

“And now one can vote early for no reason.”

Many are extremely disturbed by Alex Triantafilou, a member of Hamilton County Board of Elections who had this to say, “And now one can vote early for no reason.”

Although often associated with states of the former Confederate States of America, poll taxes were also in place in some northern and western states, Including California, ConnecticutMaine,   Massachusetts Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont and  Wisconsin. A poll tax is a tax as a fixed sum on every liable individual. Continue reading “A Continued Disruption Of The Voting Process”

Ohio Republicans Seek To Impeach GOP Governor Over Coronavirus

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 28th, 2020

Ohio Republicans Seek To Impeach GOP Governor Over Coronavirus

Subsequently, the Ohio legislature is still feuding over the governor finding ways to get around them boxing him into a corner and limiting his ability to reduce the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading “Ohio Republicans Seek To Impeach GOP Governor Over Coronavirus”

Legend and Common Performed ‘Glory’ in Honor of John Lewis

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 22nd, 2020

Legend and Common Performed ‘Glory’ in Honor of John Lewis

On Thursday night, August 20th, 2020 John Legend and Common helped to secure the ending of the 2020 Democratic National Convention  with a performance of “When the Glory Comes” their theme subsequent to the 2014 Civil Rights drama Selma. Continue reading “Legend and Common Performed ‘Glory’ in Honor of John Lewis”

State Employees to Work From Home Until 2021

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 20th, 2020

Separately each delay have left open their plans to return to full in-office work.

Approximately three days ago, on or about Monday, August 17th, 2020, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine sent a message to all 50,000 state employees advising those who are on work-from-home status right now should expect to remain in that status until Monday, January 4th,  2021. Continue reading “State Employees to Work From Home Until 2021”

Ohio High Court Upholds Serial killer Kirkland’s Death Sentence

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 18th, 2020

Kirkland was responsible for the murder of 4 young women in this case and had previously killed another woman.

On Tuesday August 18th, 2020 Anthony Kirkland an insidious Ohio serial killer whose victims included two teenage girls was once again back in court begging for his life.

Ironically, the Ohio’s Supreme Court ruling upheld the death sentence of the lower court. Continue reading “Ohio High Court Upholds Serial killer Kirkland’s Death Sentence”

Come Back to Discuss the Rules

Written By: Chris Finney and Rebecca Heimlich                                                           June 3rd, 2020

Attorney Christopher Finney

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”