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OPLC is looking for a new Director! Click here for details

November 2014

OPLC is excited about the prospect of moving forward with a new Director. Here are the details: The Ohio Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit advocacy organization pursuing statewide policy and systemic advocacy to enforce, protect, and expand the rights of low-income Ohioans, is seeking a Director. The Center is committed to aggressive advocacy through the […]

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Utility Companies Allowed to Guess On Your Bill

October 2014

Senior Attorney Mike Smalz on Channel 10 News discussing the problems with utility submetering. COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio lawmakers say they’re restarting efforts Tuesday to keep utility bills under control. Apartment residents often pay their water and power bills to third-party companies. But when that meter breaks, it’s often the customer who pays big. The […]

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