Rep. Blessing applauds the concurrence of his bill, HB 47
Rep. Blessing applauds the concurrence of his bill, HB 47
 Rep. Blessing helps to present a resolution
Rep. Blessing helps to present a resolution
 Rep. Blessing speaks on the House floor during session.
Rep. Blessing speaks on the House floor during session.
 

State Representative Louis W. Blessing, III is serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives. He represents the 29th Ohio House District, which includes portions of western Hamilton County.

 
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Representative Blessing Serves In the Following Committees :

Commerce and LaborEducationGovernment Accountability and Oversight
 
 
 
 

06.24.15 - Rep. Blessing Applauds House Passage Of Bill To Evaluate State's Tax Structure

 
COLUMBUS -

During today’s Ohio House session, State Representative Louis W. Blessing III (R-Colerain) voted in favor of House Bill 9, legislation to improve the way state tax expenditures are tracked and monitored.

 
 

06.23.15 - Guest Column: House Bill 155 Would Help Ohioans With Disabilities Save Money

 

Many Ohioans living with disabilities rely on public assistance for supplemental income, health care, and food and housing assistance. Many of these public benefits require a means test that limits eligibility if an individual reports more than $2000 in cash savings. In an effort to help, our national policy has unintentionally made it difficult for Americans with disabilities to lift themselves up and out of poverty. The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act was signed into federal law in December 2014, in order to improve national policy regarding public benefits for Americans living with disabilities. The next step is for each state to pass its own version of the law to help its citizens with disabilities.

 
 

05.29.15 - Guest Column - House Bill 74 Would Reduce Required State Testing Hours

 

After hearing extensively from teachers, school administrators and parents, it is clear that our students in Ohio are overburdened by state assessments. While there is certainly a need for some school assessments to confirm that students are making progress, local control over assessments is the most efficient and effective way to ensure that students are getting a quality education. I am proud to have voted in favor of House Bill 74, which is expected to reduce total testing time by over 50 percent, while ensuring continued local control over assessments used by schools and districts.

 
 

05.12.15 - Rep. Blessing Votes To Expand Statute Of Limitations For Prosecuting Rape And Sexual Battery

 
COLUMBUS -

State Representative Louis W. Blessing III (R-Colerain) voted for legislation that extends the limitation time for prosecuting rape or sexual battery from 20 to 25 years.

 
 
 
Representative Louis W. Blessing III
District 29
77 S. High St
13th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-9091
Fax      (614) 719-3583
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Hometown : Colerain Township
Party : Republican
Elected Experience :
Current Term : Expires December 2016 / Eligible to run for another term