State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) today announced he has been selected to serve on the Ohio House Transportation and Public Safety Committee, a legislative panel tasked with shaping the state’s public policy governing Ohio’s roads, highways, infrastructure and driving laws.
“Our economic success and public safety largely depend on having reliable, modern infrastructure and commonsense laws that keep drivers and pedestrians safe,” said Miller. “I look forward to strengthening our state, and moving us forward in the right direction through my work on the committee. I am honored to have this opportunity.”
State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) today announced the introduction of House Bill (HB) 661, pro-family legislation to assist prospective adoptive families with procedural costs and other financial burdens associated with adoption.
State Reps. Kristin Boggs (D-Columbus) and Adam Miller (D-Columbus) today introduced legislation to clean up blighted properties in urban communities across Ohio. The bill comes as many communities struggle with the state’s ongoing opioid crisis, underemployment and an abundance of foreclosed and abandoned properties. The Columbus-area lawmakers say their plan would combat neighborhood blight and increase local property values.
State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) today announced his selection for promotion to full Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. Miller is one of only 13 drilling monthly soldiers selected across the U.S. Army Reserve.
State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) today announced the passage of House Bill (HB) 529, the state’s $2.6 billion biennial capital bill. The capital budget is primarily used to fund the upkeep of state facilities, colleges and university campuses and state lands, but also includes a number of community projects that directly impact the West Columbus “Hilltop” neighborhood. The bill includes more than $110 million to replace the 178 bed Kosar facility at the Hilltop’s Twin Valley Behavioral Healthcare Hospital.
State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) and Democratic House members from across the state today issued statements in support of the Working People’s Day of Action planned for Saturday, February 24 at the Ohio Statehouse. The Ohio march comes on the heels of the introduction of six Republican-sponsored constitutional amendments to implement so-called “right to work” legislation and other workplace restrictions in the Buckeye State.
“Ohio’s elected officials should be focused on creating jobs, ensuring safer neighborhoods, and improving education. Vilifying the middle class and attacking Ohio’s long, proud relationship with organized labor is more than just a political sideshow, it is detrimental to our state’s economic future.”—Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus)
State Reps. Adam C. Miller (D-Columbus) and Jim Hughes (R-Upper Arlington) today introduced legislation to increase penalties for those convicted of solicitation from a third to a first-degree misdemeanor. As Ohio’s opioid crisis has worsened in recent years, the number of prostitution-related arrests has increased by more than 30 percent across the state.
State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) will hold community office hours Saturday, February 10 from 10:00-11:00a.m. at the Columbus Metropolitan Library, South High Branch located at 3540 South High Steet in Columbus. Office hours are a great opportunity for constituents to meet with Rep. Miller, discuss issues and engage the legisaltive process. The event is free and open to the public.
State Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) today announced he will be hosting community office hours Saturday, February 3 from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at the South High Branch Library and 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm at the Hilltop Y.
State Rep. Adam C. Miller (D-Columbus) today announced the introduction of the Blight Bill, bipartisan legislation to expedite legal action against landlords whose negligence creates a safe haven for illegal activity on their properties. The Blight Bill comes as many Ohio neighborhoods deal with economic decline and Ohio’s ongoing opioid crisis.