COLUMBUS – State Representative Adam Holmes (R-Nashport) announced a statue of the legendary Ohio astronaut and Senator arrived at the Statehouse last Wednesday and was installed in the Map Room, where it will be displayed for the next year.
COLUMBUS – State Representatives Jon Cross (R-Kenton) and Brian Lampton (R-Beavercreek) today introduced House Bill 188, legislation that would protect organ donors against discrimination from insurance coverage.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Jean Schmidt (R-Miami Twp.) today issued the following statement calling on Governor Mike DeWine to lift Ohio’s mask mandate:
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives today passed Substitute House Bill 67, legislation sponsored by State Representatives Adam Bird (R-New Richmond) and Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield) that would provide relief to school students who are returning to school this spring by providing provisions laid out in the bill.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Larry Householder (R-Glenford) today introduced legislation that would hold county boards of health accountable by allowing a board of county commissioners to terminate or modify any countywide order issued by a county board of health.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Larry Householder (R-Glenford) today introduced a resolution that would allow the Ohio General Assembly to modify or terminate any executive order with a simple majority vote from both chambers.
COLUMBUS – Along with six of her colleagues, State Representative Laura Lanese (R- Grove City) was labeled as a “protector” by Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives today approved, by a vote of 87-8, a new two-year state transportation budget that invests in Ohio’s infrastructure and public transit.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) yesterday introduced a $300 million COVID-19 relief plan to support small businesses, veterans and childcare in Ohio.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Brian Lampton (R-Beavercreek) yesterday introduced House Bill 161, also known as Jacob’s Law, legislation that would create a registry of basic information on individuals who have been convicted of crimes against children.