Representative Larry Householder - House District 72
 

11.01.17 - Householder, Seitz Testify In Support Of Ohio Workers First Act

 

COLUMBUS – State lawmakers today began hearings on the Ohio Workers First Act, which would close a loophole that allows illegal aliens to receive workers’ compensation benefits.

 
 

10.11.17 - Householder, Seitz Propose Ohio Workers First Act

 
COLUMBUS - 

Reps. Larry Householder (R-Glenford) and Bill Seitz (R-Cincinnati) todaY introduced House Bill 380, to put Ohio Workers First.

 
 

09.19.17 - Representative Householder Testifies On Legislation To Support Hunting And Fishing Rights Of Disabled Veterans

 
COLUMBUS - 

State Representatives Larry Householder (R-Glenford) and Darrell Kick (R-Loudonville) testified today during the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee in support of legislation they introduced in June that will update Ohio’s hunting and fishing laws.

 
 

06.14.17 - Representatives Householder And Kick Introduce Legislation To Extend Hunting And Fishing Rights Of Disabled Vets

 

COLUMBUS—State Representatives Larry Householder (R-Glenford) and Darrell Kick (R-Loudonville) introduced legislation today to update Ohio’s hunting and fishing laws.

 
 

06.12.17 - Reps. Householder And Lanese Introduce Legislation To Expand Off-Duty Officers' Right To Carry

 

COLUMBUS—State Representatives Larry Householder (R-Glenford) and Laura Lanese (R-Grove City) have introduced legislation to protect the right of off-duty peace officers to carry a concealed weapon.

 
 

05.24.17 - Legislation Honors Coshocton Hero

 

COLUMBUS – Staff Sergeant Paul Mardis Jr. was a decorated veteran who served America
with distinction and lost his life so that others could be free.

 
 

05.18.17 - Householder Votes To Stop Illegal Aliens From Receiving Benefits

 

COLUMBUS – Representative Larry Householder voted to stop illegal aliens from receiving
benefits.

 
 

05.16.17 - Committee Begins Hearings On Householder Coroner Reform Legislation

 

COLUMBUS – An Ohio House committee began hearings today on a proposal to improve
Ohio’s death certificate laws by increasing oversight and transparency.

 
 

03.20.17 - Householder Introduces Legislation To Require Cause Of Death Changes Be Approved By Judge

 

COLUMBUS—Former Speaker of the House Larry Householder (R-Glenford) introduced
legislation this afternoon to require coroners to go before the Court of Common Pleas in
order to change the cause of death on a death record.