Legal with Leah: OFBF files U.S. Supreme Court brief

In the case O’Connor v. Eubanks, the question is, can a state be sued in federal court when it takes a property?

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Legal with Leah: New low risk retail food license for direct marketers

A new low risk license should bring consistency across Ohio in regard to nonmechanical refrigeration.

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Legal with Leah: Corporate Transparency Act reporting requirements

The law requires most businesses to report information about their beneficial owners, and the intent is to try to make it harder to illegally hide assets and commit financial crimes.

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Legal with Leah: Dicamba registration vacated

How will this impact Ohio farmers and what can be done to allow for use of the products that have already been purchased?

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Legal with Leah: Solar eclipse landowner liability

What are some of the things landowners need to be aware of, as they might see more people wanting to come out to their property and to rural Ohio for the best seat in the house?

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Legal With Leah: New Ohio marijuana laws

How will passage of Issue 2 impact agribusinesses and farm employers?

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Legal with Leah: Landowner Liability

Policy Counsel Leah Curtis discusses Ohio trespassing laws and the liability that can fall on landowners when people enter their property.

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Legal with Leah: Boundary Disputes

When property owners may have issues with trees or encroachment on their property, they often turn to Ohio Farm Bureau for information.

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Legal with Leah: Zoning

Even though there can be zoning in rural areas of Ohio, there are limitations in the law when it comes to agriculture.

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Legal with Leah: Open Burning Part 2

During the months of March, April, May, October and November, open burning in Ohio is prohibited during the hours of 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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