Ohio lawmakers are considering a law that would provide a safe haven for underage drinkers who call for medical help. The measure would fall under Ohio’s current Good Samaritan laws, which protect people from facing charges after providing medical assistance to those in need.
Last week, the governor of Ohio signed a bill that allows large cities to create open-container districts, otherwise known as outdoor drinking zones. That means bar and restaurant patrons in the area will be able to buy alcoholic beverages and then leave the establishments in order to drink in public.
As a parent, you want your child to have the best future possible, and you want to prevent anything from standing in the way of that happening.
Believe it or not but spring semester is quickly coming to an end for college students in Ohio, which provides plenty of reasons to celebrate. Unfortunately, for most college students, celebrating involves consuming alcohol.
The Ohio State University football team gave students plenty to celebrate Monday night by winning the national championship game against the Oregon Ducks. However, the revelry turned to chaos early Tuesday morning after fans emptied out of bars and campus buildings and into the streets.
Unless you are from another country, another planet or live in the state of denial, you know that the minimum age for being able to legally drink alcohol in Ohio is 21.
A northern Ohio man who had been facing 31 charges related to a case involving alleged drinking by minors will only be tried on one count. That's the decision by a judge in North Olmsted.