Rep. Landis presents a House resolution
Rep. Landis presents a House resolution
 Rep. Landis speaks during House Session.
Rep. Landis speaks during House Session.
 Rep. Landis presents a resolution honoring the Strasburg High School softball team as the 2013 Division IV State Champion.
Rep. Landis presents a resolution honoring the Strasburg High School softball team as the 2013 Division IV State Champion.
Rep. Landis on a tour of Timken
Rep. Landis on a tour of Timken
 Rep. Landis with Speaker Rosenberger pose for "Got Your Back" Ohio Drug-Free Initiative.
Rep. Landis with Speaker Rosenberger pose for "Got Your Back" Ohio Drug-Free Initiative.
 Rep. Landis during House Session.
Rep. Landis during House Session.
Rep. Landis during House Session.
Rep. Landis during House Session.
 Rep. Landis speaks during House Session.
Rep. Landis speaks during House Session.
 Rep. Landis honoring Tyler Warner on winning a 2013 NHSCA Freshman National Wrestling Championship.
Rep. Landis honoring Tyler Warner on winning a 2013 NHSCA Freshman National Wrestling Championship.
Rep. Landis speaking on the House floor
Rep. Landis speaking on the House floor
 Rep. Landis on Opening Day
Rep. Landis on Opening Day
 Rep. Landis welcomes local students as "legislators for a day"
Rep. Landis welcomes local students as "legislators for a day"
Rep. Landis with soap box derby winners
Rep. Landis with soap box derby winners
 Rep. Landis receives the Watchdog of the Treasury Award
Rep. Landis receives the Watchdog of the Treasury Award
 Rep. Landis on the House floor
Rep. Landis on the House floor
Rep. Landis on a health care facility tour
Rep. Landis on a health care facility tour
 
 

State Representative Al Landis is serving his fourth term in the Ohio House of Representatives. He represents the 98th district, which includes Tuscarawas County and a portion of Holmes County.

 
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07.18.18 - Guest Column From State Rep. Al Landis: Legislation Strives To Prevent Home Narcotics Theft And Help Stem Drug Abuse

 

In today’s world of opioid abuse and a staggering amount of unintentional drug overdose deaths, it is crucial that every step possible is taken to implement guardrails and safety nets. From 2000 to 2015, the death rate for unintentional drug poisonings increased by 642 percent, and in 2016, more than 4,000 Ohioans died from unintentional drug overdoses. These statistics illustrate just how many of our citizens are struggling with drug abuse, and in the House, we have strived to create bills that stem the tide of the epidemic and support those who need help.

 
 

06.29.18 - Rep. Landis Applauds Ohio House For Highway Designation

 

COLUMBUS—State Representative Al Landis (R-Dover) applauded the Ohio Legislature for passing House Bill 347, a bill that included an amendment that would designate a portion of State Route 93 in Tuscarawas County as the “PFC Oscar F. Nicewander Memorial Highway” and a portion of State Route 520 in Holmes County as the “Cpl. Jerry Robert Spitler Memorial Highway.”

 
 

06.20.18 - Guest Column From State Rep. Al Landis: Legislative Developments In School Safety

 

In light of events over the past few years, school safety is undoubtedly an issue on every American’s mind. I believe that when we send our children to school, we should be able to trust that they are spending their day in a safe place of encouragement and productive development. In the Ohio House, we are striving to ensure this for our students and to offer them the resources and support they need to succeed.

 
 

06.15.18 - Rep. Al Landis Applauds Funding For Construction Projects At Dover City Schools

 

COLUMBUS—State Representative Al Landis (R-Dover) announced that the State Controlling Board this week approved the release of funding for construction projects at Dover City Schools.

 
 
 
Representative Al Landis
District 98
77 S. High St
11th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-8035
Fax      (614) 719-6996
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Hometown : Dover
Party : Republican
Current Term : Not eligible to run for another term