COLUMBUS—State Representative Steve Huffman (R-Tipp City) this week announced the passage of legislation that prohibits discriminating against disabled individuals for the purpose of being placed on the organ and tissue transplant list.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin) yesterday presented a resolution honoring Valerie Zeno of Tiffin as the 2017 Ohio ProStart Teacher of Excellence and a 2017 ProStart National Educator of Excellence.
COLUMBUS—During today’s session, the Ohio House of Representatives passed a resolution urging the United States Missile Defense Agency to select Camp Ravenna Joint Military Training Center in Ravenna, Ohio, as the preferred site for a future east coast Missile Defense system.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Tom Brinkman (R-Mt. Lookout) today applauded the Ohio House’s passage of House Bill 250, legislation he sponsored that would create regulations for electric bicycles, which are growing in popularity across the state.
COLUMBUS—State Representatives Scott Lipps (R-Franklin) and Thomas West (D-Canton) today held a press conference to discuss newly introduced legislation that will expand access to affordable prescription drugs by increasing price transparency and ensuring a fair payment process for pharmacies and patients.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) today honored the Hudson High School boys cross country team for winning the 2017 Division I State Championship.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Christina Hagan (R-Marlboro Township) yesterday took part in the Ohio Fire Chief Association (OFCA) Legislative Round Table, expressing support for Ohio’s firefighters and emergency services personnel.
COLUMBUS—Jim Hoops was sworn in as state representative of the 81st Ohio House District after the House Republican Caucus unanimously voted to appoint him to fill the vacant seat during today’s House session.
COLUMBUS—The Ohio House of Representatives today approved a joint resolution to hold Governor Kasich’s State of the State address in Westerville. The resolution now awaits consideration in the Ohio Senate.
COLUMBUS—The Ohio House today passed legislation that changes the way information is shared between public programs such as Medicaid, child support, and supplemental nutrition assistance. This will increase effectiveness for recipients, save taxpayer dollars and assist in the detection of fraud and/or abuse.