Ohio governor plans to allocate hundreds of millions of dollars to improve law enforcement and first aid services

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The Governor of will get a hold of a suggestion that would offer hundreds of millions of dollars in grants to law enforcement and first aid businesses around the state.

Governor Mike DeWine is led by way of Lt. Gov. Joined Jon Husted, Lorain County Sheriff Phil Stammitti, and different executive officers for an in depth announcement of the proposal at 2:30 p.m.

If handed, DeWine mentioned the grants would assist struggle crime, rent extra officials and firefighters, and supply assets for emergency body of workers.

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