Members of the Ohio House of Representatives today unveiled a package of bills that together comprise the mid-biennial review (MBR), a 1,600-page document introduced by Governor John Kasich to initiate a series of policy reforms. Speaker of the Ohio House William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) released the following statement on the House’s introduction of the issue-specific bills:
Chairman of the House Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Study Committee, Robert Cole Sprague (R-Findlay), announced that today House Bill 367 passed out of the Ohio House of Representatives. The bill was one of many pieces of legislation included in a package of bills the committee introduced after a thorough study of opioid addiction throughout Ohio.
State Representative Christina M. Hagan (R-Marlboro Township) spoke to a group of college students at Malone University earlier this afternoon.
State Representative Richard Adams (R-Troy) has announced that the State Controlling Board approved the release of funding for Piqua City School District and Covington Exempted Village School District in support of various school district projects.
The Ohio House of Representatives today concurred on Senate changes to Substitute House Bill 107, which creates a $1 million pilot project to provide grants to certain businesses for employing high school students to career exploration internships.
Speaker of the Ohio House William G. Batchelder (R-Medina) today released the following statement regarding the announcement of state and national job figures, including today’s revised figures from the U.S. Department of Labor showing that Ohio has created more than 238,000 private-sector jobs in the last three years:
State Representative Robert Sprague (R-Findlay) today applauded the Ohio Tax Credit Authority for approving a job creation tax credit for IntelliHARTx in Findlay.
State Representative Doug Green (R-Mt. Orab) is pleased to congratulate the Historic New Richmond Ross-Gowdy House Museum as one of the 10 Ohio Historical Society History Fund grant recipients. The museum was honored at the 2014 Statehood Day luncheon in Columbus, Ohio on February 27th.
State Representatives Terry Johnson (R-McDermott) and Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) today introduced House Bill 469, legislation that would strengthen penalties on drunk-driving offenders.
State Representatives Gary Scherer (R-Circleville) and Terry Johnson (R-McDermott) today introduced House Bill 469, legislation that would strengthen penalties on drunk-driving offenders.