State Representative Marlene Anielski (R- Walton Hills) applauded the passage of Senate Bill 134, which establishes several license plates for schools and school districts across the state as well as other groups and causes.

Included in those were six license plates that Rep. Anielski had introduced to the Ohio House of Representatives. Custom license plates for the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center, Walsh Jesuit High School, Padua Franciscan High School, North Royalton City School District, Cuyahoga Heights Local School District, and groups supporting Post Traumatic Stress Treatment.

“I am proud to support the passage of these bills that would grant additional funding through the sale of license plates to schools, school districts, and organizations engaged in some of the most important work in our state,” said Rep. Anielski. “I look forward to being able to provide funds for student mental and emotional well-being programs and PTS recovery programs for organizations across the state through the sale of these plates.”

Senate Bill 134 was passed out of the Ohio House of Representatives and the Ohio Senate concurrently and now awaits the signature of Governor John Kasich.

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