COLUMBUS – State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) today presented House Resolution (HR) 192, a bipartisan resolution to designate the month of March as ‘Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) Awareness Month,” to members of Gilead and the TNBC Foundation.
COLUMBUS—State Rep. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) issued a statement today after the Ohio House attempted to pass a bill that would let Secretary LaRose shorten the federally required 45-day military and overseas voting period before Election Day by 16 days.
COLUMBUS —State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) issued a statement following the Ohio House passage of Senate Bill (SB) 215, Republican-backed legislation that undermines public safety laws that currently require permits for people who carry hidden, loaded handguns in public.
Today, Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) voted in favor of Substitute House Bill (HB) 169 to appropriate $4.18 billion to support education, expand access to childcare and improve public health, among other investments in Ohio’s working people, families and communities amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill is funded through several federal COVID-19 relief packages, the majority of which comes from the American Rescue Plan Act backed by Democrats and signed into law by President Biden earlier this year.
State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) issued the following statement after Columbus surpassed 180 homicides for 2021, the most in the city’s history. Nearly a quarter of all Columbus homicides this year have happened in the 26th House District.
COLUMBUS–State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) issued the following statement after former Franklin County Sheriff’s office deputy Jason Meade was indicted on murder charges for the fatal shooting of Casey Goodson Jr. in December 2020.
Rep. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) issued a statement after Republicans passed a partisan, four-year congressional district map that unduly favors GOP candidates.
Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) today voted in opposition to two bills opponents say would make schools and communities less safe and fail to address gun violence in Ohio. House Bill (HB) 99 would allow school districts to arm teachers in the classroom without adequate training or safe storage requirements, while HB 227 would eliminate concealed weapon training and safety standards, including penalties for failing to notify police of a concealed weapon during a stop.
State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D- Columbus) today announced the start of the open enrollment period for healthcare coverage through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The open enrollment period will run from Nov. 1 to Jan. 15, 2022, with coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2022.
COLUMBUS— State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) announced she will hold the following community hours for constituents in House District 26: