Fannie Lewis Law Morning Headlines: Accused Arsonist Competent to Stand Trial; Lawmaker Proposes E-Cigarette Ban By Amanda Rabinowitz & Lydia Taylor • Sep 25, 2019 LINDSAY FOX / WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Here are your morning headlines for Wednesday, September 25: State Leader Is Critical Of Ohio Supreme Court Ruling By Jo Ingles • Sep 24, 2019 The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled the state did not overstep its authority when it passed a law that forbids cities from placing residency requirements on workers employed by contractors doing business with those local governments. Justices Uphold State Ban On Local Law Requiring Residents On City Projects By Karen Kasler • Sep 24, 2019 A split Ohio Supreme Court has upheld a state law that invalidates a Cleveland ordinance requiring public works construction projects to hire city residents for 20 percent of the work, or the city could cut their contract price by 2.5 percent. Morning Headlines: Feds Seize Records on Cleveland Employee in Raid; Browns Fire Lead Executive By Amanda Rabinowitz & Philip de Oliveira • Dec 8, 2017 WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Here are your morning headlines for Friday, December 8th: NE Ohio Cities Laud Judge's Overturning of a State Law That Forbade Local Hiring Rules By Kevin Niedermier • Feb 1, 2017 Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Update:The state is planning to appeal the ruling striking down H.B. 180. City leaders in Cleveland and Akron are praising a judge’s permanent injunction against the state law banning local hiring standards for publicly financed projects.