State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Lima) was sworn in yesterday as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives for the 132nd General Assembly. He represents the 4th Ohio House District, which comprises all of Allen County, for a second term.
On Wednesday, Governor John Kasich signed into law two bills sponsored by State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Lima). HB 432 updates probate laws and provides procedures for access to social media accounts and other digital assets of the deceased. HB 436 fixes an inconsistency in state law regarding OVI license suspension and offender vehicle mobilization.
COLUMBUS—The Ohio legislature passed a bill to establish rules for determining what happens to digital assets such as email, Facebook, and Twitter accounts upon a person’s death or incapacity. The bill, developed in close consultation with the Ohio State Bar Association, also contains updates on twelve aspects of state law to help ensure that property can be transferred from one generation to the next generation efficiently.
COLUMBUS— State Representatives Bob Cupp (R-Allen County) and John Rogers (D-Mentor-on-the-Lake), today announced the Senate passage of their bill - House Bill 436 - which addresses an inconsistency in state law with regard to OVI license suspension and offender vehicle mobilization.
COLUMBUS—“Veterans Day provides a special opportunity to recognize those individuals who have served our nation honorably as members of the armed forces,” State Representative Bob Cupp said. “We thank them for their service in protecting our nation and, as a consequence, preserving our country’s most fundamental principles of liberty, opportunity for all, and recognition of the inherent worth of each individual.”
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Allen County) has introduced a bill (House Bill 602) to establish what happens to the digital assets-including Facebook, Twitter, DropBox and similar online accounts- when a person dies. In a world where there are over 1 billion users on Facebook, this has become an increasingly important issue in legislatures around the country.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Allen County) was recently selected by the Speaker of the Ohio House to serve on the newly created Unemployment Compensation Reform Joint Committee.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R- Allen County) today announced that Governor Kasich has signed into law House Bill 123. Cupp is a joint-sponsor of the bill.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Allen County) today announced the House passage of House Bill 436, legislation to addresses inconsistency in state law with regard to OVI license suspension and offender vehicle immobilization. The bill is joint-sponsored by Rep. Bob Cupp and Rep. John Rogers (D-Mentor-on-the-Lake).
The Ohio House of Representatives today passed legislation that makes incremental updates to various provisions of Ohio’s probate and estate statutes. Developed in close consultation with the Ohio State Bar Association, the bill contains updates on twelve subjects in state law aimed at ensuring that wealth and property can be transferred from generation to generation efficiently and expediently.