Rep. Blair Announces Committee Assignments For The 133rd General Assembly
Lawmaker starts work on Insurance, Agriculture Committees
June 25, 2019
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State Rep. Gil Blair (D-Weathersfield) reflected this week on his recent appointments to the Ohio House Committees on Insurance and Agriculture and Rural Development.

“I have been happy to hit the ground running over the last few weeks on legislation impacting working people and families across our state,” said Rep. Blair. “I look forward to continuing to work with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to restore Ohio’s promise as an opportunity state and to ensure every Ohioan has a real shot at the American dream.”

Rep. Blair was appointed last month to represent Ohio’s 63rd House district, which includes all of or parts of Bazetta, Brookfield, Cortland, Girard, Fowler, Hartford, Vernon, Hubbard City, Hubbard Township, Liberty, Lordstown, McDonald, Newton Falls, Newton Township, Niles, Vienna and Weathersfield.

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