Rep. Bob Cupp has been appointed to serve on a task force of the Ohio Supreme Court to determine if improvements in Ohio’s grand jury system are needed and appropriate. The task force was formed by Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R–Lima) voted this week for legislation that expands protections for Ohioans who are victims of cyberharassment.
During Wednesday’s House Session, State Representative Bob Cupp (R- Lima) voted to send landmark charter school reform legislation to Governor Kasich for his consideration.
State Representative Bob Cupp will hold four legislative update meetings across Allen County next week. The first will be in Lima on Monday evening, August 3rd to accommodate constituents who cannot make it to the daytime meetings. The remainder of the meetings will be held on Tuesday, August 4th.
State Representative Bob Cupp will hold four legislative update meetings across Allen County on Monday, June 1st. Cupp represents the 4th Ohio House district, which is comprised of all of Allen County. The public is invited and encouraged to attend
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Lima) lauded yesterday’s passage of House Bill 123 by the Ohio House of Representatives. Cupp is a joint-sponsor of the bill.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Lima) introduced a bill this week which would make it an unlawful act to use a drone to commit a crime. More specifically, if enacted, the bill would make it an additional crime to use a drone to engage in specific activity that would be a crime if the person did the act by him or her self directly.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Allen County) announced today that the Ohio House of Representatives, in a joint session along with the Ohio Senate, presented the Medal of Distinction to the family of SSG Sonny C. Zimmerman, from Lima, Ohio.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Allen County) co-sponsored House Bill 74, which passed the Ohio House of Representatives on Wednesday with broad bipartisan support. H.B. 74, would revise state tests, examinations and assessments given to Ohio’s students.
State Representative Bob Cupp (R-Allen County) co-sponsored a bill to extend the time limitation for prosecuting rape or sexual battery from 20 to 25 years. If a DNA record of the perpetrator exists, the time in which to bring a prosecution may extend another 5 years.