With the proliferation of administrative agencies, numerous problems are naturally encountered. In spite of the tendency toward problems, one would hope that in establishing these agencies, the legislature whether it be on the local, state, or federal level would do its utmost to insure uniformity within a given area. A review of sections 119.12, 143.27, and 2506 of the Ohio Revised Code and the relevant case law, however, reveals the Ohio legislature's failure to insure that uniformity.
Comment, Judicial Review for Ohio's Civil Servants, 22 Clev. St. L. Rev. 338 (1973)