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Ohio Whistleblowing

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Under plain language of Ohio Whistleblowers' Protection Act (OWPA), individual must reasonably believe the violation is EITHER (a) a criminal offense that is likely to cause either (i) an imminent risk of physical harm to persons or (ii) a hazard to public safety, OR (b) is a felony; statute has not been interpreted to read “a hazard to public health or safety” as a third disjunctive element of a possible violation observed by an employee. Ohio R.C. § 4113.52.

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