COLUMBUS—During a press conference this morning at the Ohio Statehouse, Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) and State Representatives Scott Ryan (R-Granville Township) and Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin) announced new legislation aimed at helping Ohio’s students, specifically those who are at-risk.
COLUMBUS—The Ohio House of Representatives today approved Senate Joint Resolution 5, paving the way for historic, bipartisan congressional redistricting reform to now go before voters on the primary ballot on May 8th.
COLUMBUS—Following this evening’s Senate passage of Senate Joint Resolution 5, Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) released the following statement:
COLUMBUS—The Ohio House of Representatives passed legislation that provides added protections for utility workers while performing their jobs.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Rick Carfagna (R-Genoa Township) today announced that the Ohio House has passed legislation he sponsored that would help fund projects that provide broadband to underserved regions of the state.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Stephen Huffman (R-Tipp City) today announced the passage of Amended House Bill 341, legislation he jointly sponsored with Jack Cera (D-Bellaire) that adds judges and magistrates to the list of employees whose residential and familial information is exempted from public records law.
State Representative Mark Romanchuk (R-Mansfield) presented three resolutions on behalf of the Ohio House to the Lexington cross country boys team, girls team, and to their coach, Denise Benson.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) presented a resolution honoring the Independence High School Girls’ Golf Team on winning the 2017 Division II State Championship.
According to the Ohio Department of Education, there are over half a million students enrolled in grades 9-12 in our state. Approximately 81 percent of these students graduate from high school and most go on to college. The number of young people aged 18 through 24 represented in the trades, industry, and the armed forces is minor compared to those continuing on to traditional higher education. An absence of exposure to all career options before graduating from high school poorly serves our students and needs to be changed.