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Representative Brigid Kelly - District 31

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Brigid Kelly
District 31
"By standing up with hardworking men and women, we can build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top."

House District 31

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77 South High Street
14th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (614) 466-5786
Fax: (614) 719-3585

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COLUMBUS—Ranking Democrat Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) issued a statement today after the House State and Local Government Committee heard additional testimony on two controversial GOP bills that would restrict Ohio schools from teaching about or advocating for what bill sponsors define as “divisive concepts.”

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Wed, Sep 22, 2021

Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati), Rep. Catherine Ingram (D-Cincinnati), Rep. Sedrick Denson (D-Cincinnati), and Rep. Jessica Miranda (D-Forest Park) hosted a stop on the Ohio House Democrats’ Ohio Promise: Opportunity Agenda Tour last week in Cincinnati. The event was part of a statewide series of town halls where local lawmakers discuss statewide issues like jobs and economic development, education, protecting healthcare access, and the freedom to vote. The event also gave citizens the opportunity to ask questions and offer input on ways to address the issues facing their communities.

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Mon, Aug 16, 2021

State Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) announced that monthly Child Tax Credit payments will begin to be dispersed today, July 15. The American Rescue Plan increased the Child Tax Credit up to $3,000 per year, or $250 per month, for families whose children are between 6-17 years old and up to $3,600 per year, or $300 per month, for families with children under 6 years old. Most families will automatically receive monthly payments without having to take any action.

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Thu, Jul 15, 2021

COLUMBUS –Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) announced today that Ohioans with unemployment overpayments through no fault of their own can request a waiver that would absolve them of repaying these funds back to the state. Ohioans who have already repaid these overpayments but qualify for the waivers will have their money returned. 

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Wed, Jul 14, 2021