State Representative Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) spearheaded House Bill 377 as one of the primary sponsors, which includes $422 million in funding to the Office of Budget and Management to disburse to local governments in accordance with the American Rescue Plan Act.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Rodney Creech (R-West Alexandria) and State Representative Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) this week introduced legislation aimed at granting more leniency and less adverse effects for students who participate in 4-H activities.
State Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) introduces House Bill 524, which is otherwise known as the “Innovate the Code” bill. The proposal modernizes state government to save taxpayer dollars. Hall recently spoke to the bill during its first committee hearing.
“At the end of the day, what we are talking about here is empowering our local schools to make the best decision for their students and educators so that our children feel safe and are safe in Ohio schools,” Hall said. “We have worked tirelessly on this bill to do our part in protecting our schools and our communities.”
State Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) announces that Senate Bill 215 has cleared the General Assembly and now heads to the governor. If signed into law, the measure will allow law-abiding Ohioans to carry a concealed handgun without a permit has been approved by the Ohio House of Representatives. Hall is a cosponsor of the bill and supported it on the House floor.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House Transportation and Public Safety Committee today heard sponsor testimony on House Bill 502, legislation sponsored by State Representative Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.), which would create the Progressive Animal Welfare Society (P.A.W.S) Adoption Center license plate.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House Health Committee today began hearings on House Bill 457, legislation sponsored by State Representative Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) which would address a “loophole” in regulatory oversight in the Ohio Revised Code (ORC).
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House Ways and Means Committee today began hearings on House Bill 501, legislation sponsored by State Representative Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.), which would address a number of issues and concerns relating to Ohio townships.
(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted, who oversees Ohio’s Common Sense Initiative (CSI) and serves as director InnovateOhio, was joined today by Senator Steve Wilson (R-Maineville) and Representative Thomas Hall (R-Madison Township) for a press conference to announce the introduction of a bill that would innovate Ohio’s laws, saving taxpayers approximately $44 million and saving the state approximately 58,000 hours of labor through efficiency improvements over the next ten years.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives passed House Bill 230 on Wednesday in a unanimous vote of support. The bill will examine the states information technology systems to improve efficiency, reduce fraud, and protect personal data.