COLUMBUS – State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) has cosponsored House Bill 297, known as the Firearm Industry Non-Discrimination (FIND) Act. The legislation will prevent any governmental entity from entering into a contract with a company for good or services that discriminates against any firearm entities or the firearm trade associations.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) has cosponsored House Bill 294, which is known as the Election Modernization and Security Act. The legislation will modernize and codify election laws as they currently stand in the State of Ohio.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) has introduced House Bill 292, which is legislation that establishes the Electric Vehicle Commission and creates a temporary sales tax exemption for electric vehicle production parts.
COLUMBUS — State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) co-sponsored House Bill 110, otherwise known as the two-year state operating budget for Fiscal Years 2022-2023. The legislation highlights include a new school funding reform plan, tax relief, jobs and economic support, and several other initiatives.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) announces the critical legislation, under House Bill 169, that provides significant grants to bars, restaurants and the lodging industry due to financial burdens placed on them by the pandemic passed within the Ohio House. Cutrona to his bill on the House floor.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) supported and cosponsored two bills that offer significant COVID-19 relief. Both House Bills 168 and 170 focus on assistance to businesses, veterans homes, bars and restaurants, schools and several other areas impacted by the pandemic.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) intends to soon introduce legislation that will prohibit “vaccine passports.” The term has become known for entities requiring citizens to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination in order to be allowed entry into an area or establishment.
State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) continues pushing for efforts to aid businesses due to the impact from the pandemic.
Today, State Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) voted to override the governor’s veto on Senate Bill 22, which establishes legislative oversight and transparency over orders issued during a state of emergency. Both chambers approved the veto override and the bill will become law.
Today, State Rep. Al Cutrona gave testimony on the first hearing for House Bill 193. The legislation the representative has introduced requires all Schedule II prescriptions to be done electronically, except under certain circumstances. The legislation is meant to address the ongoing concerns of the state’s opioid crisis.