Ohio receives poor grade when it comes to possible state corruption

COLUMBUS, Ohio - A new report says Ohio isn't doing so well when it comes to possible state corruption. It's from the group stateintegrity.org. 

The organization ranked the buckeye state 35th overall.  The ranking is based on failing grades for legislative accountability, lobbying disclosure and judicial accountability in the state.

Indiana came in 23rd in the report. Kentucky fared the best out of the Tri-State ranking 19.

For more information and to see the full report, go to http://www.stateintegrity.org/your_state .

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