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Representative Beth Liston - District 21

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Beth Liston
District 21
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"It's my hope that we can put our differences aside and work together on commonsense legislation to improve the lives of everyday Ohioans. It's what they sent us here to do."
 

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77 South High Street
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 644-6030
Fax: (614) 719-6960
 

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COLUMBUS — State Reps. Beth Liston (D-Dublin) and Allison Russo (D-Upper Arlington) today voted in opposition to House Bill (HB) 218, Republican-backed legislation that contains last-minute changes to prohibit schools, universities and employers from requiring students or employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. It would also bar public and private entities from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for any reason. 

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Thu, Nov 18, 2021

State Rep. Beth Liston (D-Dublin) issued a statement following Friday’s meeting of the Joint Committee on Congressional Redistricting. The committee is required to hold two public hearings on proposed congressional maps before the legislature can pass a map. 

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Fri, Nov 12, 2021

State Rep. Beth Liston (D-Dublin) issued a statement following Wednesday’s initial meeting of the Joint Committee on Congressional Redistricting. The committee is required to hold two public hearings on proposed congressional maps before the legislature can pass a map. 

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Wed, Nov 10, 2021

COLUMBUS — State Rep. Allison Russo (D-Upper Arlington), Ranking Member on the House Health Committee, and Rep. Beth Liston (D-Dublin) issued statements today after Republicans forced the House Health Committee passage of House Bill (HB) 435, anti-vaccine legislation that would expand exemptions for students and public or private employees required to get the COVID-19 vaccine. HB 435 would also grant corporations partial legal immunity from COVID-19 related law suits. The bill was passed along party lines with no opportunity for proponent or opponent testimony. 

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Tue, Sep 28, 2021