COLUMBUS, OH – State Representatives Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) and Brian Lampton (R-Beavercreek) were joined by State Senators George Lang (R-West Chester) and Stephen A. Huffman (R-Tipp City) to introduce legislation aimed at eliminating the state income tax as well as the commercial activities tax (CAT).
“Ohio is ready to reclaim our role as the economic engine of the Midwest,” said Mathews. “This step ensures Ohio is a destination for businesses to grow and attract people who want to work and live here, raise a family, and truly thrive.”
COLUMBUS, OH – State Rep. Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) issued the following statement in response to the Ohio House voting to override the Governor’s veto of HB 68, the SAFE Act and Save Women’s Sports Act:
“From Aristotle to Aquinas, we are directed to promote and love the good, the beautiful, and the true. Instead, the Governor’s veto enables and empowers harm, disfigurement, and a lie deeply at odds with human anthropology. I proudly co-sponsored and voted for HB 68, and I am glad that the Ohio House voted to override the veto and put the safety of Ohio’s children first.”
COLUMBUS—The Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 272, legislation that will give local governments the permissive authority to expand concealed carry access. The measure was spearheaded by State Reps. Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) and Justin Pizzulli (R-Scioto County).
COLUMBUS, OH – State Representatives Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) and Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) this week introduced legislation to promote transparency by preventing local governments from proposing replacement property tax levies.
State Reps. Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) and Tom Young (R-Washington Twp.) introduced a bill in the Ohio House to create an automatic process for ensuring that villages provide necessary services to their constituents.
State Rep. Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) and Rep. Bob Peterson (R-Sabina) presented sponsor testimony on legislation that will bring more clarity and transparency to statewide ballot initiatives in Ohio.
State Reps. Jamie Callender (R-Concord) and Adam Mathews (R- Lebanon) today introduced House Bill 313, legislation to address the threats facing fire investigators across Ohio. This bill will define the role of a fire investigator, create permissive language for municipalities and fire departments to allow their fire investigators to carry a firearm while operating in their capacity as a fire investigator, and set the training requirements for fire investigators to enable these fire investigators to carry a firearm in self-defense.
State Rep. Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) has continued his effort to move the “Higher Education Return on Investment Act” forward through the Legislature. The bill will provide more financial transparency to incoming college students in an effort to better clarify financial expectations as they begin their futures.
State Rep. Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon) announced today that the Western & Southern Open will be staying in Mason, Ohio, overcoming attempts to move the tournament to North Carolina.