COLUMBUS – This week, the House Civil Justice Committee favorably reported House Bill 545 by a unanimous 14-0 vote. The legislation aims to create privileged peer support for first responders and law enforcement.
COLUMBUS -State Representative Brian Baldridge (R-Winchester) recently introduced House Bill 632, legislation to revise recovery housing in Ohio and ultimately, assist those struggling with drug addiction.
State Rep. Brian Baldridge (R-Winchester) has issued the following statement on the $500 million investment for the Appalachian region of Ohio through the Ohio BUILDS initiative:
COLUMBUS – State Representative Brian Baldridge (R-Winchester) and the Ohio House unanimously voted in favor of House Bill 291, legislation that will memorialize roads and bridges around the state to honor service members and first responders.
COLUMBUS – A technical error in the Ohio Revised Code that did not allow Emergency Medical Services personnel to honor do-not-resuscitate orders has been fixed after the governor signed State Representative Brian Baldridge’s (R-Winchester) House Bill 138 into law Wednesday.
COLUMBUS - State Representative Brian Baldridge (R-Winchester) announced Wednesday that the Ohio Senate passed H.B. 138, legislation to correct a technical error that has prevented EMS personnel from complying with a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) order by a physician assistant (PA) or advanced practice registered nurse (APRN).
COLUMBUS – House Bill 158, legislation sponsored by State Representatives Phil Plummer (R-Dayton) and Brian Baldridge (R-Winchester) was signed by the governor Monday. The bill will revise current Ohio law to increase safety for Ohio firefighter training by eliminating the use of the harmful chemical PFAS during training.
COLUMBUS - Today, an Ohio House committee began hearings on legislation to improve support for first responders and law enforcement.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 304, legislation which requires, under certain circumstances, that existing smoke detectors be replaced with a sealed battery smoke detector, and that the State Fire Marshal shall adopt rules that include the new requirements.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives today passed the Ohio Computer Crimes Act, or House Bill 116. The act, sponsored by State Representative Brian Baldridge (R-Winchester), will reduce the frequency of cyber-crimes by updating and modernizing Ohio’s computer crimes laws.