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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A little-noticed Ohio appeals court ruling could have sweeping effects on state employees seeking to report noncriminal misconduct in government to the state's watchdog. In a ruling Dec. 30, the Franklin County Court of Appeals ruled that the deeds reported to the Ohio Inspector General must be criminal in order for whistleblower protections provided under state law to apply....

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