COLUMBUS—Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) released a statement regarding today’s announcement that updated security measures will be implemented at the Statehouse:


“These are precarious times, and it is important that given recent attacks around the globe, we as state leaders continue the conversation on how we can best keep Ohioans safe. Our hope is that these initial security measures will ensure a safer Statehouse for our employees and visitors, and we will remain vigilant in monitoring what further steps could be taken in the future. The newly implemented security upgrades will be part of a longer discussion as we look at ways we can further improve our surroundings to protect those we serve.”

 
 
 
  
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Happy Independence Day From The Ohio House Of Representatives!

 

Happy Independence Day from the Ohio House of Representatives!

Remember those who have served and sacrificed to make this country great.



 
 

House Votes To Send State Budget To Conference Committee

 
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Today, following the passage of Am. Sub. House Bill 64 through the Senate, the Ohio House voted to reject Senate amendments and to send the state operating budget to conference committee. Speaker Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) released a statement.



 
 

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