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What to do if you represent a largely rural county that has such problems with public transportation that no one person can see the big picture, much less solve it? Read Full Story
Wed, Sep 13, 2023
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The need for affordable workforce housing in Ohio has never been higher. That is why I was proud to champion the affordable workforce housing tax credits in our state budget. The initiative leverages federal funds, incentivizes private sector investment, and encourages economic growth by creating a more affordable and sustainable housing landscape for our workers and their families. Read Full Story
Sun, Aug 13, 2023
Words that Matt Triplet had waited more than two years to hear finally met his ears shortly after 11 a.m. last Friday. Read Full Story
Fri, Jul 7, 2023
The newly signed state budget will bring many benefits to Portage County, State Rep. Gail Pavliga said. The budget includes funding for affordable housing and mental healthcare. Read Full Story
Thu, Jul 6, 2023
The Ohio House of Representatives state budget has taken the initiative to include a priority bill I introduced that aims to authorize a workforce and affordable housing tax credit. Read Full Story
Wed, Jun 28, 2023
(The Center Square) - Ohio could soon create a new license for mental health assistants, and one lawmaker believes that could help elevate a growing need for mental health professionals in the state. Read Full Story
Tue, May 30, 2023
COLUMBUS, Ohio â¿" Mental health continues to be a top priority on both sides of the aisle at the Ohio Statehouse. Read Full Story
Tue, Mar 28, 2023
Dozens of people turned out on a brisk Saturday afternoon to pay tribute to the man who volunteered his time to help numerous community organizations. Read Full Story
Tue, Mar 14, 2023
Less than four months after she and her husband lost their 17-year-old son, James, to suicide, Tamia Woods said they aren't backing down from the sextortion schemers who drove him to take his own life. Read Full Story
Fri, Mar 10, 2023
Since its launch last July, the nationwide 988 hotline for people experiencing a mental health crisis has received more than 2 million calls, texts and chats. The launch got a boost from the federal government, with future funding expected to come from states â¿" but only 16 states have plans in place so far. Ohio state Rep. Gail Pavliga joins John Yang to discuss funding efforts in her state. Read Full Story
Sat, Jan 28, 2023