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Representative Erica C. Crawley - District 26

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Erica C. Crawley
District 26
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"We always have to keep in mind why we are here and who sent us to the Statehouse. The people of Ohio and their needs are our priority and we should ensure we put their needs before our own."
 

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77 South High Street
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 466-8010
Fax: (614) 719-3580
 

Working For You

Rep. Erica C. Crawley (D-Columbus) announced the state Controlling Board this week approved $69.8 million for the Choose Ohio First Scholarship program, as well as nearly $20 million to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) to fund substance abuse prevention and recovery programs as well as the state’s continued coronavirus pandemic response. 

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Tue, Apr 6, 2021

Today, Rep. Erica C. Crawley (D-Columbus) issued a statement marking the first day of National Minority Health Month, an annual, month-long effort to raise awareness about health disparities that continue to affect racial and ethnic minority populations in the United States. As the Chair of the Ohio Commission on Minority Health, Rep. Crawley commemorated the start of National Minority Health Month at a kickoff event sponsored by the Commission earlier this week.

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Thu, Apr 1, 2021

Today, Rep. Erica C. Crawley (D-Columbus) issued a statement urging U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to ensure that the distribution of federal funding from the recently passed American Rescue Plan (ARP) be eligible to towns and townships across the country, including Ohio’s more than 1,300 townships. She said making ARP funds available to townships is crucial to Ohio’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Thu, Apr 1, 2021

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Erica C. Crawley (D-Columbus) issued a statement after Columbus City Council voted on Monday to evict Kossuth Community Garden  from their property next month, after twelve years of service to the community. The City Council voted 6-1 to change the south side property zoning designation from commercial to residential, with Council member Elizabeth Brown as the sole dissenting voice. The property, which sits on the corner of Kossuth St. and 17th St., will be used to build 10 new homes, looking to be sold at approximately $300,000 per home.

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Tue, Mar 30, 2021