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COLUMBUS – State Representative Laura Lanese (R-Grove City) today announced that House Bill 33 was signed into law by Governor DeWine. 


COLUMBUS – State Representative Ron Ferguson (R-Wintersville) yesterday was sworn into the 134th General Assembly. 


COLUMBUS – State Representative Brian Lampton (R-Beavercreek) yesterday was sworn into the 134th General Assembly to serve the residents of Ohio’s 73rd house district.

Cupp Re-Elected Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives

COLUMBUS – Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp (R-Lima) today was re-elected as Speaker as lawmakers convened the 134th General Assembly.

Bill Includes Koehler's House Bill 796 Language
January 4, 2021

COLUMBUS – Governor Mike DeWine today signed Senate Bill 175 into law. 

John Sworn-In as State Representative for the 2nd Ohio House District

Today, State Rep. Marilyn John (R-Richland County) was officially sworn-in for her first term of office as the state representative for the 2nd Ohio House District. The district includes all of Richland County.


COLUMBUS – State Representative Don Jones (R-Freeport) today was sworn into the 134th General Assembly and elected to serve on the Republican leadership team as Majority Whip.


Today, State Rep. Tim Ginter (R-Salem) was officially sworn-in to his fourth term of office for the 5th Ohio House District, which includes all of Columbiana County. Ginter has also been elected to serve on Speaker Bob Cupp’s (R-Lima) leadership team, as Speaker Pro-Tempore, for the chamber’s 134th General Assembly.

Wiggam's Petition to Override DeWine's Veto on Senate Bill 311 Journalized

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Scott Wiggam (R-Wayne County) today announced his petition to encourage the Senate to initiate the override of the governor’s veto of Substitute Senate Bill 311 was journalized in the Ohio House Clerk’s Office.


Speaker Bob Cupp joined other state leaders today in announcing $425 million in aid to help Ohio families, businesses and more who have been impacted by COVID-19.