COLUMBUS – State Reps. Rick Carfagna (R-Genoa Township) and Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) today hosted a press conference with Lt. Gov. Jon Husted to announce the introduction of House Bill 376, landmark data privacy legislation.
State Rep. Marilyn John (R-Richland County) has announced approval of several OSU-Mansfield projects by the Ohio State Controlling Board. The allocations include hundreds of thousands of dollars for various construction and professional design services for OSU-Mansfield initiatives.
COLUMBUS – The State Controlling Board has approved the release of funding for several Southeast Ohio initiatives, State Representative Jay Edwards announced today.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Rodney Creech (R-West Alexandria) today announced the Ohio Controlling Board has approved $700K in funding for the construction of a New Nature Center Facility at Hueston Woods State Park.
COLUMBUS – The State Controlling Board has approved funding for improvements at Buck Creek State Park, State Representative Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield) announced today.
COLUMBUS – The State Controlling Board has approved the release of funding for cabin improvements at Salt Fork State Park, State Representative Adam Holmes announced today.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Jon Cross (R-Kenton) today announced Hancock and Hardin counties have secured state funding to assist local water infrastructure projects, as well as a workforce development project.
State Rep. Marilyn John (R-Richland County) announces applications are open for local businesses and venues in the form of grant programs to help Ohio industries recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The initiatives were implemented by Senate Bills 108 and 109, legislation passed by the Ohio General Assembly. John supported both bills and was a cosponsor on S.B. 108.
COLUMBUS – State Representatives Jean Schmidt (R-Loveland) and Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati) introduced House Bill 371, legislation to improve breast cancer screening through modernized technology.
I believe the integrity and morality of a society is determined by how we treat the most vulnerable members of our community. That’s why I’m fighting to protect the pocketbooks of low-income senior citizens and disabled veterans with legislation to make Ohio’s homestead exemption law even stronger.