COLUMBUS—State Representatives Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Jamie Callender (R-Concord) this month introduced House Bill (HB) 168 which allows cultivation, purchase, and possession of cannabis by Ohioans over the age of 21 and allows for the expungement of conviction records for previous cultivation and possession offenses.
State Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) today issued a statement after a special grand jury declined to indict any of the eight Akron police officers who fatally shot Jayland Walker in June of 2022.
State Reps. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Bob Young (R-Green) recently reintroduced Madeline’s Law, which would require medical insurance to cover the cost of hearing aids for Ohioans ages 21 and younger.
State Reps. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Sean Brennan (D-Parma) today announced their plan to introduce a bill to fully repeal and refund subsidies being paid by Ohioans to bail out two Ohio Valley Electric Corp. (OVEC) coal-fired power plants—one of which is located in Indiana. The subsidies were established in HB 6 during the 133rd General Assembly.
State Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson), along with members of the House Democratic Caucus, today sent a letter to the Ohio House Finance Committee and the Ohio House Transportation Subcommittee of Finance suggesting a series of amendments to the State Transportation Budget following the tragic events in East Palestine.
State Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) released the following statement today on his Ohio House of Representatives committee assignments for the 135th General Assembly.
State Reps. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Terrence Upchurch (D-Cleveland) today gave testimony before the Ohio House Finance Committee on House Bill 382. This legislation would legalize adult-use cannabis for Ohioans aged 21 years and older.
State Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Assistant Minority Leader Thomas West (D-Canton) today gave sponsor testimony before the Ohio House Civil Justice Committee on House Bill (HB) 320.
COLUMBUS– State Rep. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) issued a statement after 41 U.S. Republican Senators voted no on the PACT Act, a bill that would expand health care benefits for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits during deployment.
COLUMBUS–State Reps. Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) and Juanita Brent (D-Cleveland) issued a statement after the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) held the first meeting Wednesday of its ongoing review into why AEP decided to shut off power to thousands of homes after severe storms and a heatwave swept through Central Ohio in late June. During the meeting, AEP expressed that climate change contributed to the extreme weather that caused the outage. Reps. Weinstein and Brent renewed their calls for the legislature to take action on the Energy Jobs and Justice Act, their comprehensive clean energy policy that would promote energy equity, lower carbon emissions and create utility accountability and transparency.