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Nursing home association gave $135k to dark money group tied to Householder bribery case

Representative and former House Speaker Larry Householder, R-Glenford. Source: Ohio General Assembly

By Jake Zuckerman

Ohio Capital Journal

An entity representing Ohio’s nursing home industry contributed at least $135,000 to a political dark money group that has pleaded guilty to its role in an alleged racketeering scheme involving former House Speaker Larry Householder.

The nonprofit 501(c)(4) entity, 55 Green Meadows, is affiliated with the Ohio Health Care Association — both groups share an executive director and mailing address. The OHCA represents more than 1,000 assisted living communities in the state.

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