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The Ohio House bill to prevent distracted driving, by prohibiting a person from looking at their phone while behind the wheel, passed the chamber with a vast majority of support. Read Full Story
Wed, Nov 16, 2022
Texting while driving, checking social media, talking on hand-held phones, fiddling with navigation apps are common â¿' and dangerous â¿' behaviors on Ohio roads. But police officers aren't allowed to pull adult drivers over just because they're messing with their phones. Read Full Story
Sun, Nov 13, 2022
Doug and Cindy Abrams met as police officers. Doug went on to battle drug addiction with the Cincinnati police, and Cindy is now in the state legislature doing what can be done to help our first responders on the scene. Read Full Story
Sun, Oct 30, 2022
Last week, Colerain Chamber of Commerce CEO Dave Moravec and Representative Cindy Abrams (R-Harrison) participated in a ReadyNation Biz & Kids child care reading and spring egg hunt at Total Quality Childcare Center. The purpose of the event was to highlight the importance of quality early childcare programs and their impact on children, working families, and businesses. Read Full Story
Tue, Apr 12, 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Two Ohio lawmakers are working to pass a bill that would prohibit using electronic communications devices while driving. Read Full Story
Tue, Mar 29, 2022
(The Center Square) - Allowing law enforcement officers to sue for injuries or false claims suffered during riots became closer to becoming law in Ohio. Read Full Story
Thu, Feb 17, 2022
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has signed the following bill into law: Read Full Story
Fri, Jan 28, 2022
On Wednesday, the Ohio General Assembly passed two common-sense, good government measures championed by Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, the Secretary of State's office said. Read Full Story
Thu, Jan 27, 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Taxpayers in Cleveland and other Ohio cities could pay an increased share of retirement costs for police and firefighters if a new proposal from state lawmakers were to become law. Read Full Story
Thu, Dec 2, 2021
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Republican lawmakers are on the verge of passing a bill that would strengthen punishment for any disorderly conduct at protests. However, equal rights groups argue the bill goes too far in holding innocent people responsible. Read Full Story
Tue, Nov 9, 2021