Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) today announced that State Representative Bill Blessing (R-Colerain) has been appointed to serve as chair of the House Committee on Government Accountability and Oversight, a committee in which he had previously served as vice chair.


Rep. Blessing also currently serves on the Commerce and Labor Committee and the Education Committee. He is serving in his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives and represents the 29th Ohio House District, which includes portions of western Hamilton County.


“I’m honored to be appointed as chairman of Government Accountability and Oversight,” Rep. Blessing said. “I have large shoes to fill as the last chairman, former Representative Tim Brown, did a tremendous job. With the help of top notch staff and talented committee members, I am positive that we will make Ohio proud of our service.”


The appointment will be effective on Monday, September 26th.

 
 
 
  
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