Ohio bills would shield police addresses from public
Advocates of two seperate bills pending in the Ohio House of Representatives cite benefits for law enforcement, families
By Randy Ludlow
The Columbus Dispatch
COLUMBUS, Ohio — No one can recall a public-safety worker being injured or killed at home because someone with a grudge accessed public records to look up his or her address.
Yet, state lawmakers keep seeking to add to the list of public employees whose home addresses cannot be released to the public.
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