consumer protection

Attorney General Dave Yost gestures as he explains the system that creates the billions of robocalls Ohioans got last year.
Karen Kasler

Ohioans got 2.2 billion robocalls just in 2019 – and the state attorney general says that number has been going up every year. He’s launching a new effort to crack down on the system that has flooded cell phones and work and landlines with robocalls.

Search Page On The Website for Ohio Attorney General's office

Ohio’s Attorney General has set up a new system to help consumers find reputable contractors to do work on their homes.