Rep. Sprague and Rep. Rezabek speak about increasing access to life-saving medication
Rep. Sprague and Rep. Rezabek speak about increasing access to life-saving medication
 Rep. Sprague joins Governor Kasich for a bill signing
Rep. Sprague joins Governor Kasich for a bill signing
 Rep. Sprague speaks at a press conference discussing a package of bills that addresses opioid addiction in Ohio.
Rep. Sprague speaks at a press conference discussing a package of bills that addresses opioid addiction in Ohio.
Rep. Sprague speaks at a press conference regarding the House Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Study Committee's findings and recommendations to the Legislature.
Rep. Sprague speaks at a press conference regarding the House Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Study Committee's findings and recommendations to the Legislature.
 Rep. Sprague with family as he is sworn in as a member of the House
Rep. Sprague with family as he is sworn in as a member of the House
 Rep. Sprague presents a House resolution
Rep. Sprague presents a House resolution
Rep. Sprague meets winners of his "Legislator for a Day" art contest
Rep. Sprague meets winners of his "Legislator for a Day" art contest
 Rep. Sprague with winners of his "Legislator for a Day" art contest
Rep. Sprague with winners of his "Legislator for a Day" art contest
 Rep. Sprague with a winner of his "Legislator for a Day" art contest
Rep. Sprague with a winner of his "Legislator for a Day" art contest
Rep. Sprague in the House chamber
Rep. Sprague in the House chamber
 Rep. Sprague with the winner of a local essay contest
Rep. Sprague with the winner of a local essay contest
 
 
Robert Cole Sprague is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011. He serves the 83rd District, which consists of Hancock and Hardin Counties, as well as parts of Logan County.   Sprague currently serves on the House Insurance and Finance Committees, and as Chairman of the Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee. A native of Findlay, Sprague comes to the Ohio House having most recently served as City Auditor for the City of Findlay. Sprague served as lead financial officer to guide Findlay through its...
 
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08.20.15 - Guest Column From State Representative Robert Sprague: State Operating Budget Cuts Taxes For All Ohioans

 

Government cannot directly create private-sector jobs, but it can create conditions that incentivize job creation. In particular, lowering taxes can drive economic growth and encourage businesses to expand. Am. Sub. House Bill 64, the recently passed state operating budget, continues Ohio’s pro-growth policies by lowering taxes for all Ohioans by nearly $1.9 billion. Since 2011, the Republican-led General Assembly and Governor Kasich have reduced taxes by approximately $5 billion.

 

 
 

08.20.15 - Guest Column: State Operating Budget Cuts Taxes For All Ohioans

 

Government cannot directly create private-sector jobs, but it can create conditions that incentivize job creation. In particular, lowering taxes can drive economic growth and encourage businesses to expand. Am. Sub. House Bill 64, the recently passed state operating budget, continues Ohio’s pro-growth policies by lowering taxes for all Ohioans by nearly $1.9 billion. Since 2011, the Republican-led General Assembly and Governor Kasich have reduced taxes by approximately $5 billion.

 
 

07.29.15 - Reps. Sprague And Anielski Introduce Bill To Expand Options For The Terminally Ill

 
COLUMBUS -

State Representatives Robert Sprague (R-Findlay) and Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) introduced legislation that would allow for terminally ill patients the opportunity to try a drug that is not approved by the United State Food and Drug Administration, while also permitting a drug manufacturer to provide such a drug to the patient or physician.

 
 

07.21.15 - Guest Column By State Representative Robert Sprague: Another Step Toward Combating Ohio's Prescription Drug Epidemic

 
COLUMBUS -

We’re facing a serious drug problem in our state and country. With an average of five Ohioans dying every day, drug overdose has been the leading cause of accidental death in Ohio since 2007. There were 2,110 overdose deaths in 2013, which is a 10-percent increase from 2012. Furthermore, over 72 percent of these deaths were caused by opioids.

 
 
 

Connect With Representative Sprague

 
Representative Robert Sprague
District 83
77 S. High St
13th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-3819
Fax      (614) 719-3976
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Hometown : Findlay
Party : Republican
Elected Experience :
Current Term : Expires December 2016 / Eligible to run for another term