State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) announced Wednesday that four additional local businesses have received a total of $12,135,000 in grant funding from JobsOhio, Ohio’s statewide and private economic development company, and regional partner REDI Cincinnati.
Ohio House Democratic lawmakers today announced a number of proposals, including safe storage, red-flag and background check laws, commonsense measures they say will better keep kids and communities safe. The package comes amid debate on House Bill (HB) 178, controversial legislation Democrats say is a solution in search of a problem.
State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) announced this week the release of a $3,576,000 grant from the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) to the Reading Community City School District.
“I am excited that Reading Community City School district will receive this essential funding to help improve the quality of academics in the district,” said Miranda. “The state has made a good faith effort to promote education and ensure that our children are given opportunity to succeed. I applaud the OFCC for awarding this grant to Reading Community Schools and for the high priority they have set for education in my district and across Ohio.”
State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) today announced the release of $300,000 in grant project funding to local businesses Magna Machines and Faxon Machining from JobsOhio, Ohio’s statewide and private economic development company, and regional partner REDI Cincinnati.
“I am excited for the all the investment coming to Forest Park,” said Miranda. “Successful and unique companies like these are crucial for the future of the city of Forest Park and the Cincinnati region. It is important to recognize and commend efforts that support local economic development. I am excited to see what the future holds for Magna Machine and Faxon Machining, and look forward to more high quality jobs coming to my district.”
State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) announced her appointment this week to the Ohio House Insurance Committee, where she will help shape and refine insurance policy during the 133rd General Assembly.
“I am honored and eager to use my background as an insurance agent to address the issues that impact everyday citizens in Ohio,” said Miranda. “From working through the logistics of medical and family leave to pushing back against archaic and restrictive efforts to restrict access to reproductive services, I am looking forward to getting started.”
State Reps. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) and Jessica Miranda (D-Forest Park) this week introduced the Child Access Prevention law in the Ohio House, commonsense gun safety legislation to ensure firearms are stored safely and securely out of the reach of minors.
House Democratic lawmakers today voted in favor of the state budget, House Bill 166, which includes a number of key Democratic priorities, including a significant tax cut for working people and families.
State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) today issued the following statement in response to Ohio’s existing congressional district map being struck down as unconstitutional by the federal courts:
House Democrats today voted against Senate Bill (SB) 23, a GOP-backed near-total abortion ban that would prohibit abortions in Ohio long before most women know they are pregnant. SB 23 would become the most extreme abortion ban in the country if signed into law.
“This bill stands in opposition to everything this body claims to stand for. We claim to care about local control, except when we don’t. We claim to care about the expertise of medical professionals, except when it’s more politically convenient to ignore them,” said Rep. Jessica Miranda (D-Forest Park). “And we claim to listen to our constituents and the concerns that they express, but as we saw with the passage of SB 23 today, we are doing exactly the opposite.”
State Rep. Jessica E. Miranda (D-Forest Park) today announced $22,283.78 in Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) grant funding to support marine patrol units for the Hamilton County Sheriff’s office.