The Ohio General Assembly has approved $1 million in funding to save the Wright brothers’ factory for a national park site, Ohio House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger announced today.
State Representative Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) is partnering with local libraries to help promote her “Legislator for a Day” reading program. To participate in the program, children in grades 1st through 6th may stop by any participating library starting Monday, June 6, 2015, to pick up a bookmark that can be used to document five books they have read.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) today applauded Governor Kasich’s approval of House Bill 187, legislation that permits Ohio’s first responders to provide certain medical services to an injured dog or cat at the scene of an emergency, prior to transferring the animal to a veterinary care facility.
COLUMBUS—State Representatives Jonathan Dever (R-Madeira) and Margy Conditt (R-Liberty Township) today joined with Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel to highlight the official launch of STABLE accounts in Ohio. The savings plan, which is the first of its kind in the country, enables individuals with disabilities the option to save and invest.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) today applauded Governor Kasich’s signing of House Bill 116, legislation he sponsored. The bill will allow partial drug prescription refills for the purpose of synchronizing multiple prescriptions for one patient.
During this week’s voting sessions, the Ohio House of Representatives passed four pieces of legislation sponsored by Rep. Jonathan Dever (R-Madeira), which now await consideration by Governor John Kasich.
State Representative Mike Duffey (R-Worthington) announced passage of House Bill 359, legislation he sponsored with Rep. Anne Gonzales (R-Westerville), which establishes for the first time in Ohio an Address Confidentiality Program for stalking and domestic violence victims.
The Ohio House of Representatives yesterday passed legislation that reins in the use of civil asset forfeiture, a judicial process by which the government can take a person’s property based on the allegation of its involvement in a crime without ever charging the individual with a crime.
The Ohio House of Representatives yesterday concurred on Senate amendments to House Bill 200, sponsored by State Representative Christina Hagan (R-Alliance). The bill expands the list of facilities that are able to obtain non-patient specific epinephrine for the purpose of treating anaphylactic shock. Such places included in the legislation are restaurants, colleges and universities, amusement parks, sports facilities, child care settings and other locations.