State Rep. Alicia Reece (D-Cincinnati) Monday was named the Transportation Subcommittee’s Ranking Member, the House Minority’s highest ranking official on the legislative panel.

“I am pleased to return as a member of the Finance committee, and to also serve as the ranking member on the Transportation Subcommittee that not only deals with transportation, but a variety of other topics that have a direct impact on jobs,” said Rep. Reece. “I look forward to working on this committee as we tackle big issues such as the Brent Spence Bridge and making sure our infrastructure investments have a direct connection to employment opportunities in our state.”

The House of Representatives has 19 standing committees. House Republicans have slightly altered the committee structure for the 131st General Assembly, splitting state and local government into two separate committees and adding the Community and Family Advancement Committee.

House Democratic Leader Fred Strahorn (D-Dayton) announced today’s placements saying, "With this committee leadership in place, we have the right people in the right positions to take on the important issues facing Ohioans. These members have a strong, diverse and focused mix of talents and abilities that will contribute to a higher quality of life for everyday Ohioans. We are in a stronger position to make sure that all Ohioans can feel the promise and opportunity of our state.” 

Committee meetings are open to the public and held any time before or after House floor sessions. The full membership of committees will be announced at a later date.


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