COLUMBUS- State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) Monday announced the investment of $90 million to strengthen mental health and addiction crisis services across Ohio funded as a result of President Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act. A total of 37 regional projects will receive funding through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS).
COLUMBUS- State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) Monday announced that the Controlling Board has approved $6M to develop, create, and implement a statewide public awareness campaign for the 988 Crisis and Suicide Lifeline in Ohio.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) this week praised the citizens of Ohio for their overwhelming support in defeating Issue 1 during the August 8th Special Election.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) today says the new USA TODAY Network/Suffolk University poll that shows 57% of likely Ohio voters are against Issue 1 proves there is overwhelming, bipartisan support to defeat this undemocratic attack by extremists and special interest to make it harder to amend the Ohio constitution.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Richard Dell'Aquila (D-Seven Hills) today announced that the Ohio Controlling Board has released a $22.2 billion funding appropriation for school districts across Ohio. Thanks to the House Democrats fighting for school funding in the budget process, the formula is continuing to be implemented with updated 2022 data, increasing the state’s commitment to public education.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Richard Dell'Aquila (D-Seven Hills) today applauds the announcement of 27 new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations to be built along seven of Ohio’s interstate corridors thanks largely to $18 million dollars of federal funding from the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Program.
COLUMBUS- State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) today celebrated the decision by the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) to provide a 1.208%, seven-year Job Creation Tax Credit to Seven Hill’s power-sweeping company Sweep America. The planned expansion will bring 72 new full time positions and create $3.42 million in new annual payroll.
State Rep. Lauren McNally (D-Youngstown) and the Democratic members of the Ohio House of Representatives Commerce and Labor Committee today issued statements after several amendments to Substitute Senate Bill (Sub. SB) 30, legislation that would violate the federal Fair Labor Standards Act to allow children to work later into the evening, were voted down.
State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) last week participated in the passage of the bipartisan Operating Budget (HB 33) by the House of Representatives.
State Reps. Sean Patrick Brennan (D-Parma) and Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) jointly announced House passage of HB 33, which appropriates approximately an additional $7 million from the state of Ohio for the Parma City School District over fiscal years 2024 and 2025.