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Representative Casey Weinstein - District 37

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Casey Weinstein
District 37
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"After spending a lot of time talking to voters and earning their trust, one thing is clear - we can't afford to waste time and resources being divisive or small at their Statehouse."
 

House District 37

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77 South High Street
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 466-1177
Fax: (614) 719-6942
 

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COLUMBUS- State Reps. Allison Russo (D-Upper Arlington), Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) and Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) today announced the introduction of House Bill (HB) 198, or “Madeline’s Law” during a virtual press conference.  Introduced as House Bill 243 in the 133rd General Assembly, “Madeline’s Law” is a bipartisan bill that would expand health insurance coverage to include hearing aids for children up to the age of 21.

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Wed, Apr 7, 2021

State Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) penned an OpEd in the Akron Beacon Journal this week in which he called for the repeal of Ohio’s new no duty to retreat law, which passed in December 2020 and is set to take effect Tuesday, April 6. Rep. Weinstein is a co-sponsor of legislation, House Bill (HB) 38, which would repeal the controversial law.

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Tue, Apr 6, 2021

COLUMBUS— Today, State Reps. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Bob Young (R-Green) introduced House Bill (HB) 242, bipartisan legislation to designate April as Autism Acceptance Month in Ohio. April has been previously recognized as National Autism Awareness month, with April 2 being recognized as World Autism Awareness Day since 2008.

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Thu, Apr 1, 2021

COLUMBUS –Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) issued a statement following the final passage of House Bill (HB) 74, the state’s two-year transportation budget. Democrats fought against the governor’s proposed cuts to public transit funding in the bill, securing more than $221 million over the next two years, more than doubling the governor’s proposed investment. 

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Thu, Mar 25, 2021