The law, “Increasing Penalties for Disturbing a Religious Service,” passed last week unanimously in the state Senate. It had previously passed in the state House, 95-1.
Hubert and June Malicote passed away holding hands after 79 years of marriage out of which they were never apart for 77.
Under the bill, which passed the Ohio House in April by 95-1 and is up for approval currently in the state’s Senate, disrupting a religious gathering would become a first-degree misdemeanor.
Michele Reynolds, a Republican nominee for a competitive state Senate seat in Ohio defended her 'Jew you down' 2014 comment this week saying she was just trying to praise Jews’ frugality.
The Cleveland mayor and police chief have also issued a statement on Quran's behavior.
The litigation has resulted in several nationwide settlements, including a $4.25 billion settlement with Israel-based Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
The Justice Department said in its warrant application that it had probable cause to believe that Trump violated the Espionage Act.
Gerson Fuentes was charged with felony rape of a minor under 13.
25-year-old Jayland Walker was sprayed with some 60 bullets by eight police officers in Akron, Ohio, after fleeting a traffic stop. He was unarmed.
The 10-year-old girl, who was denied an abortion days after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, had to travel across state lines to try to have the procedure.