COLUMBUS— State Rep. Tom Brinkman (R-27th District) announced state lawmakers have approved House Bill 75, the FY 22-23 Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) budget. The bill, including federal grants, contains $715 million over the biennium.
COLUMBUS— State Reps. Tom Brinkman (R-27th District) and Erica C. Crawley (D-Columbus) today provided sponsor testimony before the House Families, Aging, and Human Services Committee for House Bill (HB) 142, which would allow Medicaid to provide reimbursement for doula services.
COLUMBUS – Last week, State Rep. Tom Brinkman (R-27th District) announced the unanimous House passage of House Bill 67, legislation that creates the Veterinarian Student Debt Assistance Program for charitable services. The program allows the State Veterinary Medical Licensing Board to agree to repay all or part of any educational loans taken out by a veterinarian while in veterinary college.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Tom Brinkman (R-27th District) yesterday announced the House passage of House Bill 163, legislation that that protects Ohioans by penalizing municipal corporations that charge higher fees for water and sewer services in other subdivisions.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Tom Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout) today applauded the Ohio House’s passage of House Bill 250, legislation he sponsored that would create regulations for electric bicycles, which are growing in popularity across the state.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Tom Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout) last week presented a resolution during Ohio House session to the family of the Honorable Lawrence Carlier, former state representative from Clermont County who also served as probate and juvenile court judge.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Tom Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout) today announced that the Ohio House passed House Bill 28, the budget for the Ohio Industrial Commission (IC) for fiscal years 2018 and 2019.
COLUMBUS—State Representatives Ron Hood (R-Ashville) and Tom Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout) introduced House Bill 181 this week - the “Student and Teacher Liberty Act” - that aims to restore and improve Ohio’s education system.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Tom Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout) yesterday voted to approve House Bill 26, the state transportation budget, a two-year funding plan that addresses Ohio’s infrastructure needs while utilizing innovations in technology and maintaining a competitive tax structure.
State Representative Tom Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout) was named as the most principled House member in the Ohio General Assembly by Columbus Monthly magazine in their recent feature story titled “Rating the Legislators.”