COLUMBUS – State Rep. Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati) today celebrated Governor Mike DeWine’s decision to veto the discriminatory House Bill (HB) 68 as a victory for Ohio’s LGBTQ+ children and the community overall, as well as parental rights.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati) today released the following statement concerning the ongoing issue of railway blockage resulting from stopped trains in Lockland Village:
COLUMBUS– The House Democratic Cincinnati Delegation today commend the recent Hamilton County ruling that the state of Ohio cannot block the City of Cincinnati from regulating guns, finding that an Ohio law violates the city’s “home rule” authority.
State Rep. Sedrick Denson today called the passage of the $13.5 billion Ohio Transportation Budget (HB 23) by the House of Representatives an intricate plan for the future that will create jobs and help grow Ohio’s economy. It passed with unanimous Democratic Caucus support.
COLUMBUS– State Rep. Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati) today announced that House Bill (HB) 371, their bill to update mammography screening technology to allow early detection in dense breast tissue, was signed into law.
COLUMBUS– State Rep. Denson (D-Cincinnati) today issued a statement after the Supreme Court’s conservative majority struck down Roe v. Wade, which established the right to access safe and legal abortion care in the United States.
COLUMBUS - Today, State Rep. Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati) issued a statement as Senate Bill (SB) 215, Republican legislation that allows Ohioans to carry hidden, loaded handguns in public without a permit, takes effect.
COLUMBUS– State Rep. Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati) announced that his House Bill (HB) 371, to increase access breast cancer screening, early detection and patient notice of dense breast tissue, was passed by the Ohio House and Senate.
COLUMBUS- State Rep. Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati), ranking member of Ohio House Families, Aging, and Human Services Committee, states strong opposition of House Bill (HB) 454, which had its second hearing yesterday morning. HB 454 would ban gender affirming medical care for minors in Ohio, moving our state in the wrong direction.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Denson (D-Cincinnati) announced that the State Controlling Board approved $6 million to prepare for Ohio’s general election in November. The funding will be used to print and mail applications for absentee voter ballots, including $1.2 million to cover the cost of postage.