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Representative Casey Weinstein - District 37

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Casey Weinstein
District 37
"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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State Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) issued a statement on Wednesday’s inauguration of Joe Biden as President and Kamala Harris as Vice President of the United States, cementing Democratic control of the White House and both chambers of Congress.

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Wed, Jan 20, 2021

COLUMBUS – State Representative Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) today announced the introduction of the $2.1 billion capital appropriations budget for fiscal years 2021-2022 as an amendment during the Senate Bill (SB) 310 conference committee. The capital appropriations budget includes $186.5 million for community projects, a number of which that will benefit House District 37 including:

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Tue, Dec 15, 2020

COLUMBUS – State Representatives Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) today announced the approval of two projects set to create 442 jobs in House District 37. During its monthly meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) reviewed economic proposals from American DeRose Lamparts LLC and Athersys Inc brought to the board by JobsOhio and Team NEO, its regional partner. The projects are collectively expected to result in $37.5 million in new payroll and spur more than $350 million in investments across House District 37. 

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Wed, Dec 9, 2020

COLUMBUS—Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) today voted in favor of the Fair School Funding Plan, House Bill (HB) 305, bipartisan legislation sponsored by Rep. John Patterson (D-Jefferson) that would transform the way Ohio’s schools are funded. Democratic lawmakers have long fought to reform the state’s school funding formula, which the Ohio Supreme Court has found unconstitutional four times, beginning with the DeRolph decision in 1997.

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Thu, Dec 3, 2020