Rep. Maag speaks to the House about his bill
Rep. Maag speaks to the House about his bill
 Rep. Maag honors Ernie Moore as Ohio's Warden of the Year
Rep. Maag honors Ernie Moore as Ohio's Warden of the Year
 Rep. Maag Speaks on Bill Allowing Parents to Freeze Child's Credit
Rep. Maag Speaks on Bill Allowing Parents to Freeze Child's Credit
Rep. Maag welcomes students for the "Legislator for a Day" program at the Statehouse
Rep. Maag welcomes students for the "Legislator for a Day" program at the Statehouse
 Rep. Maag speaks on the House floor
Rep. Maag speaks on the House floor
 Rep. Maag presents a resolution.
Rep. Maag presents a resolution.
Rep. Maag welcomes local students as "legislators for a day"
Rep. Maag welcomes local students as "legislators for a day"
 Rep. Maag receives the Watchdog of the Treasury Award
Rep. Maag receives the Watchdog of the Treasury Award
 
 

State Representative Ron Maag is currently serving his fourth term in the Ohio House of Representatives. He represents the 62nd House District, which includes much of Warren County.

 

 
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Representative Maag Serves In the Following Committees :

Energy and Natural ResourcesFinanceHealth and AgingState Government
 
 
 
 

04.27.16 - Representative Maag Applauds Passage Designating "Ohio Purple Heart Day"

 

Today, State Representative Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) applauded the passage of Amended Senate Bill 239, legislation designating August 7th as "Ohio Purple Heart Day.”

 
 

04.13.16 - Rep. Maag Announces Introduction Of Bill To Fund Community Improvement Projects

 

State Representative Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) today announced that a bill to fund community improvement projects was introduced in the state legislature.

 
 

04.12.16 - Ohio House Passes Legislation Expanding The Penalties For Aggravated Murder

 
COLUMBUS -

Today, the Ohio House passed House Bill 57, also known as “Justin’s Law,” which expands the eligibility for a judge to grant parole for offenders found guilty of aggravated murder. Currently, judges can grant parole after 20, 25 or 30 years, whereas HB 57 would add parole eligibility after 35, 40, 45, 50 or 55 years.

 
 

03.04.16 - Guest Column From State Representative Ron Maag: Ohio's Capital Budget Works To Support Local Community Projects

 

During my time in office, my main priority has been to do what I can to help the people in my district have better job opportunities and a more promising economic future. I’ve done my best to vote on legislation that ensures that more money stays in your pocket and that at the state level spending is limited.

 
 
 

Connect With Representative Maag

 
Representative Ron Maag
District 62
77 S. High St
13th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 644-6023
Fax      (614) 719-3589
Email Representative Maag
 
Hometown : Lebanon
Party : Republican
Elected Experience :
Current Term : Expires December 2016 / Not eligible to run for another term