COLUMBUS - 

State Representative Mark Romanchuk (R-Ontario) is pleased to announce that Governor John Kasich yesterday signed into law Substitute House Bill 1, which rebrands local workforce development centers and requires uniform use of OhioMeansJobs as their job placement system.


Rep. Romanchuk, who sponsored Sub. H.B. 1, released the following statement:



“Helping Ohioans find work and improving Ohio’s workforce development efforts are two priorities of the Ohio House, and House Bill 1 accomplishes both. I was pleased to sponsor this important initiative with Rep. Tim Derickson in an effort to streamline our state’s job search resources. Right here in Richland County, the newly branded Ohio Means Jobs Richland County center will provide comprehensive workforce development services that will provide better, more effective resources for our citizens.”


 
 
 
  
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