COLUMBUS - State Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) today testified on House Bill (HB) 144, her bipartisan legislation with joint sponsor Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Lima) that would authorize permissive motor fuel quality testing in Ohio. This would allow county auditors and the Department of Agriculture to test for octane levels, sediment, and water levels in fuel.
State Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) issued a statement today as a state-sponsored mass vaccination site in Cincinnati is scheduled to open next week.
House Democrats today voted in opposition to Senate Bill (SB) 22, controversial Republican legislation that would threaten the health and safety of Ohioans by curbing authority from the governor and health director during public health crises. Every Democratic lawmaker voted against the bill.
Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati), the ranking Democrat on the House State and Local Government Committee, issued a statement Tuesday as Republican lawmakers voted to pass Senate Bill (SB) 22, controversial legislation that would threaten the health and safety of Ohioans by curbing authority from the governor and health director during public health crises.
Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) issued a statement following the passage of House Bill (HB) 74, the state’s two-year transportation budget. Democrats fought against the governor’s proposed cuts to public transit funding in the bill, securing $193.7 million over the next two years, double the governor’s proposed investment. Rep. Kelly voted in favor of the bill, which now heads to the Senate for consideration.
Today, Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) applauded the House passage of legislation that would allow more health professionals to administer the coronavirus vaccine, extend professional licenses and help low-income Ohioans pay for utilities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
COLUMBUS—Ranking Democrat Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) issued a statement after the House State and Local Government Committee heard testimony yesterday on two controversial GOP bills that would threaten the safety and health of Ohioans. House Bill (HB) 90 would curb executive authority from the state health director and Governor to issue orders during public health emergencies, while HB 89 would no longer require concealed carry permit holders to promptly inform officers they have a permit and if they’re carrying.
Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) testified before the House Government Oversight Committee Thursday on two bills that would allow for more House business to be conducted virtually and to require face masks during House committee meetings and floor sessions.
State Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) released the following statement today on her committee assignments for the 134th General Assembly:
Today, State Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) recognized Black History Month, a time to celebrate and reflect on the central role African-Americans have played in our nation’s history. This year’s Black History Month theme is “Black Family: Representation, Identity & Diversity,” which celebrates the strength, resilience, diversity and achievements of Black families. Rep. Kelly reaffirmed her commitment to supporting legislative efforts to build up Black families so that all Ohioans have the tools they need to get ahead.