Rep. Miller testifies in front of the Criminal Justice Committee in support of his his bipartisan legislation to increase the penalty for assault if done against a sports official
Rep. Miller testifies in front of the Criminal Justice Committee in support of his his bipartisan legislation to increase the penalty for assault if done against a sports official
 Rep. Miller speaks in support of HB 154, his bipartisan legislation to end school takeovers and restore local control
Rep. Miller speaks in support of HB 154, his bipartisan legislation to end school takeovers and restore local control
 Rep. Miller speaks to Firelands High School FFA students in the House chamber
Rep. Miller speaks to Firelands High School FFA students in the House chamber
Rep. Miller presents a commendation to Firelands High School FFA students in the House chamber
Rep. Miller presents a commendation to Firelands High School FFA students in the House chamber
 Rep. Miller speaks with Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) before House session
Rep. Miller speaks with Rep. Adam Miller (D-Columbus) before House session
 Rep. Miller talks with Rep. Michael Sheehy (D-Toledo) after House Session
Rep. Miller talks with Rep. Michael Sheehy (D-Toledo) after House Session
Rep. Miller talks with Rep. John Patterson (D-Ashtabula) after House Session
Rep. Miller talks with Rep. John Patterson (D-Ashtabula) after House Session
 State Representative Joseph Miller is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his friends and family
State Representative Joseph Miller is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his friends and family
 State Representative Joseph Miller is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his friends and family
State Representative Joseph Miller is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his friends and family
State Representative Joseph Miller is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his friends and family
State Representative Joseph Miller is sworn in to the 133rd General Assembly alongside his friends and family
 
 

State Rep. Joe Miller is a passionate advocate for quality education, jobs for hard working Ohioans, opportunities for green energy and a solution to our opioid crisis. As an educator, Joe understands the need for Ohio schools to prepare students for the new technology based economy rather than teaching towards mandated state tests.

 
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Representative Miller, J. Serves In the Following Committees :

FederalismHigher EducationPrimary and Secondary Education
 
 
 
 

07.30.20 - Rep. Miller Statement As House Votes To Remove Larry Householder As Speaker

 

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Joe Miller (D-Amherst) issueda statement today as the Ohio House voted unanimously to strip Larry Householder (R-Glenford) of his role as Speaker of the House. Householder and four associates were indicted by a federal grand jury today amid an ongoing FBI criminal investigation into his connection to an alleged $60 million public corruption and bribery scheme—the largest in state history.

 
 

07.29.20 - Rep. Miller, House Dems Announce $310 Million In COVID-19 Relief

 

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Joe Miller (D-Amherst) announced Monday the state Controlling Board approved another round of funding to support Ohio’s efforts to control the COVID-19 outbreak.

 
 

06.30.20 - Dem Lawmakers Introduce Two Police Reform Bills

 

COLUMBUS – State Representatives Joe Miller (D-Amherst), Thomas West (D-Canton) and Terrence Upchurch (D-Cleveland) have introduced two related bills that would tackle key issues surrounding police departments in Ohio. The legislation would ultimately allow the chief of police of a municipal corporation to conduct training schools for prospective law enforcement officers. The goal is to create a new unclassified position called “cadets” within the police department, allow for exceptional appointment of candidates with ideal qualifications and resolve any issues regarding lateral transfers within statutory cities.  

 
 

06.11.20 - House Democrats Say Concealed Carry Bill Threatens Police Safety And Puts Black Lives At Risk

 

House Democrats today voted against House Bill 425, a GOP-backed bill that would modify concealed carry laws, eliminating the requirement for licensees to promptly notify law enforcement of their permit and if they are carrying. The bill also eliminates penalties for failure to notify, which opponents say will lead to confusion and potentially dangerous escalation—especially for people of color.

 
 
 

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Representative Joseph A. Miller III
District 56
77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone (614) 466-5141
Fax      (614) 719-3956
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Hometown : Amherst
Party : Democrat
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