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Representative Jessica E. Miranda - District 28

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Jessica E. Miranda
District 28
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"By improving education, educational funding, ensuring quality health care and providing jobs along with strong economic development, we truly can make a difference in every Ohioan's daily life."
 

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77 South High Street
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 466-8120
Fax: (614) 719-3582
 

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Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) applauded the Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) investment of $1.92 billion for projects around the state, including 95 projects in ODOT District 8 where Hamilton County is located. ODOT Director Jack Marchbanks Tuesday visited Sharonville in the #Great28 to announce the construction of the next phase of I-75 Thru the Valley.

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Wed, Apr 7, 2021

State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) and State Senator Cecil Thomas (D-Cincinnati) announced the creation of the bicameral Ohio Gun Violence Prevention Caucus. An invite has been sent out to all Ohio House and Senate members to participate in the legislative caucus focused on advancing commonsense gun safety measures in Ohio.

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Wed, Apr 7, 2021

COLUMBUS—State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) announced today that 150 jobs around the state will be saved after working with Gov. DeWine to lift a health order that kept poker tables closed despite Ohio’s casinos being open. Rep. Miranda was originally notified about a pending mass layoff of poker dealers, including at Hard Rock Cincinnati, due to state health orders by a constituent in House District 28 in February.  

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Thu, Mar 25, 2021

Reps. Stephanie Howse (D-Cleveland) and Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) today introduced the Ohio Equal Pay Act, legislation to recognize the full value and potential of Ohio’s working women. The announcement comes as advocates commemorate Equal Pay Day, the date to which the average working woman in America must work into the next calendar year to make what their male counterparts did the previous year. For women in Ohio, that annual pay gap is nearly $10,000. 

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Wed, Mar 24, 2021