On Wednesday, State Rep. Jena Powell’s (R-Arcanum) “Save Women’s Sports Act” legislation passed in the House Higher Education Committee. The bill ensures that biological males cannot compete in female-only sports in Ohio.
State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) attended the first meeting on Tuesday of the Ohio Legislative Prayer Caucus, which is part of the American Prayer Caucus Network.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) filed the “Save Women’s Sports Act” legislation for the 135th General Assembly, yesterday. The bill ensures that biological males cannot compete in female-only sports at OHSAA schools.
State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) has been appointed by Ohio House Speaker Jason Stephens (R-Kitts Hill) as Chair of the House Financial Institutions Committee for the 135th General Assembly.
State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) was sworn into office for a third term recently to the Ohio House of Representatives. Powell represents the new 80th House District, which includes Miami County and the southern portion of Darke County.
State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) applauds the signing of Senate Bill 131, the companion bill of Powell’s House Bill 203, which will boost Ohio’s economic competitiveness by recognizing out-of-state occupational licenses and attracting skilled workers to the state.
State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) announces that Senate Bill 288, which included House Bill 64, has passed in the Ohio Senate. Powell’s section makes fraudulent assisted reproduction a crime in Ohio.
Across our country, female athletes are currently losing championships, scholarship opportunities, medals, education and training opportunities, and more to discriminatory policies that allow biological males to compete in girls’ sports.
State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) announces a bill she cosponsored, known as the Boutique Services Opportunity Act, has passed in the Ohio House.
State Representative Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) was recently joined by thousands of fellow Ohioans in Columbus at the first ever Ohio March for Life. Ohioans came to celebrate the sanctity of life in the state and discuss the importance of creating and supporting a culture of life in Ohio through legislation. The March featured speakers representing groups such as the Right to Life Action Coalition, Columbus Christian Center, Alveda King Ministries, Ohio Right to Life, and the Center for Christian Virtue. Rep. Powell also spoke at the rally on behalf of the Ohio House Pro-Life Caucus, many of whose members joined her on stage and during the March.