The Ohio House Economic and Workforce Development Committee yesterday began hearings on House Bill 276, announced bill sponsors, State Reps. Melanie Miller (R-City of Ashland) and Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth).
COLUMBUS –State Reps. Cindy Abrams (R-Harrison) and D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) today provided sponsor testimony on House Bill 230 during a House Homeland Security Committee meeting.
COLUMBUS—The House Energy and Natural Resources Committee today heard sponsor testimony from State Rep. Justin Pizzulli (R-Scioto County) on House Bill 264, legislation that will expand the type of facilities that are eligible for the Renewable Energy Tax Credit in the State of Ohio.
COLUMBUS—The House Ways and Means Committee today began hearings on House Bill 263, the 70 Under 70 Plan, announced bill sponsor, State Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.).
State Reps. Melanie Miller (R-City of Ashland) and Beth Lear (R-Galena) spoke at the first hearing for legislation they have introduced, House Bill 236, “The Never Alone Act.” The bill ensures every patient has access to an advocate to be with them in a hospital, nursing home or other congregate care setting - especially during a health emergency.
COLUMBUS—House Bill 61, which will designate November 19th as “James A. Garfield Day” in Ohio, yesterday passed the Ohio Senate 31-0. Bill sponsors, State Reps. Callender (R-Concord) and Troy (D-Willowick), were pleased to see unanimous passage in both the Ohio House and Senate.
COLUMBUS—State Rep. Justin Pizzulli (R-Scioto County) recently introduced House Bill 272, legislation that will give local governments the authority to expand concealed carry access. Pizzulli is sponsoring this bill alongside State Rep. Adam Mathews (R-Lebanon).
COLUMBUS –House Bill 253, which will designate the Brigadier General Charles Young Memorial Historical Corridor, today passed out of the House Transportation Committee with unanimous support, announced bill sponsor, State Rep. Adam Holmes (R-Nashport).
COLUMBUS – With the deadline for all state agencies to submit their rule reduction reports having passed, all but four agencies have or are on track to hit their target of a 10% reduction in regulatory restrictions, announced Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) Chair, State Rep. Jamie Callender (R-Concord).
COLUMBUS –State Rep. Adam Holmes (R-Nashport), Chairman of the House Aviation and Aerospace Committee, this week was excited to participate in a historic event, during which Joby Aviation announced the next step in the future of aviation and aerospace.