The Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 393, legislation that aims to better inform high school students of the career planning, job opportunities, and online education resources that are available to them through the OhioMeansJobs web site.
State Representative Brian Hill (R-Zanesville) today applauded the Ohio House of Representatives’ passage of Amended House Bill 397, which increases penalties for failure to stop after an accident that results in the death of a person or serious physical harm to a person.
The Ohio Council of the Alzheimer’s Association today presented Speaker of the Ohio House William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) with the 2014 Sharen Eckert Leadership in Advocacy Award, in recognition of his long-time support of the Alzheimer’s Association and its public policy efforts.
State Representative Tony Burkley (R-Payne) yesterday announced that Governor Kasich hassigned House Bill 416, which increases by four the number of calamity days school districts are allowed to use during the 2013-2014 school year, bringing the total number of calamity days up to nine.
Speaker of the Ohio House William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) and Senate President Keith Faber (R-Celina) today announced their appointments to the Joint Medicaid Oversight Committee (JMOC), which will be responsible for overseeing reforms to Ohio’s Medicaid program.
With strong bipartisan support, the Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 497—the state’s capital budget bill—which invests capital appropriations totaling nearly $2.4 billion in communities and projects throughout Ohio.
State Representative Lou Terhar (R-Green Township) announced passage of House Bill 373, which would designate a portion of State Route 264 in the city of Cincinnati as the “Elder High School Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway.”
State Representative Dave Hall (R-Millersburg) announced the passage of a bill that seeks to incentivize the use of alternative fuel like compressed natural gas (CNG) in Ohio.
State Representatives Bill Hayes (R-Harrison Twp.) and Jay Hottinger (R-Newark) today announced that the Ohio House has passed legislation that would allow school districts in Ohio to have more authority when keeping students safe and addressing dangerous behavior among students.
The House of Representatives passed legislation to integrate school safety drills into the existing requirements for fire drills.