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State Representative Rick Perales (R-Beavercreek) today announced that the Ohio House Committee on Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security has passed two bills he sponsored.


House Bill 158 would permit the spouse of a military member who quits work to accompany their spouse on a military transfer to be eligible for unemployment benefits.


House Bill 183 would establish the Governing Board of the Ohio Aviation Hall of Fame and Learning Center. The nine-member board would be tasked with establishing the Hall, including its implementation and site selection, and inducting members into it.


“I am pleased to see the unanimous support of my colleagues on both of these important bills,” said Perales. “Our military members sacrifice so much for our freedoms, and those service women and men deserve everything we can do to support them, their spouses, and their family members. I was also happy to see unanimous support for a bill that creates the Ohio Aviation Hall of Fame. Over 30 states have hall of fames to enshrine the great aviators and astronauts that left a legacy, and Ohio’s rich aviation history is more fit than any to be celebrated.  I look forward to continuing to work hard on these bills and all of my endeavors here in Columbus.”


Both pieces of legislation now await consideration on the House floor.

 
 
 
  
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