COLUMBUS – The Ohio Controlling Board approved the release of $88,920 to enhance safety at Zane State College, Representative Adam Holmes (R-Nashport) announced on Monday.
COLUMBUS – The House of Representatives passed House Bill 377 Wednesday, a measure that will provide $500 million in grant funding for the Appalachian region of Ohio.
COLUMBUS –Representative Adam Holmes (R-Nashport) applauded the passage of House Bill 687, the state’s two-year, $3.5 billion capital budget, Wednesday.
COLUMBUS – Legislation that will give back to the men and women that help service-connected disabled veterans received bipartisan support during a House vote Wednesday.
COLUMBUS – State Representatives Adam Holmes (R- Nashport) and Andrea White (R-Kettering) have introduced legislation to create the Ohio Hidden Heroes Scholarship Program initiative. House Bill 569 authorizes state higher education institutions to provide scholarship opportunities to students who are caregivers of veterans who have a 100% service-connected disability. The bill is the first of its kind in the nation.
COLUMBUS – The Telemedicine Expansion Act (House Bill 122) has been signed into law by Governor DeWine, State Representative Adam Holmes (R-Nashport) announced today. The bill was unanimously passed through the Ohio House and Senate before arriving at the governor’s desk.
COLUMBUS – The State Controlling Board today approved an Ohio Department of Natural Resources request for $5,282,444 for Local Park Projects statewide. State Representative Adam Holmes (R-Nashport) applauded the state’s funding for much-need projects.
COLUMBUS – House Bill 122, also known as the Telemedicine Expansion Act, heads to Governor DeWine’s desk after unanimously passing the House earlier today. Sponsored by Representatives Mark Frazier (R-Newark) and Adam Holmes (R-Nashport), the bill originally passed the House in April and an amended version cleared the Senate yesterday.
COLUMBUS – The State Controlling Board this week approved an historic land purchase that will dramatically expand outdoor opportunities and preserve them for generations to come.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio Aerospace and Aviation Technology Committee (OAATC) today met to discuss the development of an “Ohio Unified Aerospace Strategy.” Chairman of the OAATC, State Representative Adam Holmes (R-Nashport), applauded the committee’s speakers for their collaborative efforts and presentations.