COLUMBUS – State Rep. Bob Young (R-Green) has indicated he will be joining Ohio Treasurer Robert Sprague in voicing opposition to a new banking policy brought forth by the Biden Administration. The Administration’s proposal would require financial institutions to turn over private citizens’ personal bank account information to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) if they exceed $600 of inflows or outflows in an account.
State Rep. Bob Young (R-Green) introduced today House Bill 408 that seeks to ban the sale of catalytic converters on cars without proof of ownership. The bill brands catalytic converters as “special purchase articles” under the law, making it illegal to be sold to any entity without proof of ownership. The bill’s intent is to protect consumers from catalytic converter theft and create more transparent guidelines for businesses.
State Rep. Bob Young (R-Green) has cosponsored House Resolution 56, which calls for the elimination of the E-Check program under the Federal Clean Air Act. The program requires Ohio citizens living within Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, and Summit Counties to get their vehicles tested every two years to pass regulatory emissions requirements.
Today, State Rep. Bob Young (R-Green) gave his first sponsor testimony on legislation he introduced under House Bill 189, which requires insurers and Medicaid to cover the PANDAS and PANS. The onset of the disorders or syndrome typically begins with children between the ages of 3-12. Young spoke to the legislation during the House Health Committee.
Today, State Reps. Bob Young (R-Green) and Casey Weinstein (D-Hudson) introduced HB 242, bipartisan legislation to designate April as Autism Acceptance Month in Ohio. April has been previously recognized as National Autism Awareness month, with April 2 being recognized as World Autism Awareness Day since 2008.
Today, State Rep. Bob Young (R-Green) was officially sworn-in for his first term of office as the state representative for the 36th Ohio House District. The district encompasses communities in Summit County including Green, Tallmadge, Cuyahoga Falls, Lakemore, Springfield, Coventry and Mogadore.