Typically when there are overturned vehicles and explosions on the streets of Cleveland, I find cause for concern. But with the filming of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” taking place here, Ohioans can consider the Hollywood effects as a very good thing.
In an effort to help military veterans gain access to critical treatment, the Ohio House of Representatives passed House Concurrent Resolution 21, which urges President Barack Obama, the U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs, and the U.S. Congress to take prompt action to reduce the processing time for veterans’ disability claims.
The Ohio House of Representatives today passed legislation pertaining to durable power of attorney for health care and access to important health-related information.
State Representative Dorothy Pelanda (R-Marysville) today applauded the Ohio House of Representatives’ passage of Substitute House Bill 116, which pertains to the capture of animals using tranquilizers and makes changes to laws governing animal euthanasia.
State Representative Peter Beck (R-Mason) has announced that the Ohio House of Representatives yesterday passed House Concurrent Resolution 16, which honors the State of Israel on its 65th Anniversary.
The Ohio House of Representatives yesterday passed House Bill 105. The bill designates the calendar week including the 17th day of July as “Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Week.”
The Ohio House of Representatives today passed legislation that would help keep Ohio businesses competitive and create jobs by assisting companies in having their risks insured.
State Representative Rex Damschroder (R-Fremont) today applauded the Ohio House of Representatives’ passage of House Bill 29, also known as the “Boater Freedom Act,” which establishes conditions for watercraft safety inspections.
The Ohio House of Representatives today unanimously passed House Concurrent Resolution 15 in efforts to commemorate the Fortieth Anniversary of Operation Homecoming.
When I first read reports that grades and other records were being manipulated to improve performance ratings at Columbus schools, I was very disappointed—almost to a point of embarrassment that this could happen in Franklin County. Knowing that many students in Columbus City Schools are already struggling, the behavior of those who changed the data only highlighted the many challenges we face in preparing our young people for success. Something had to be done.