COLUMBUS – State Representative Gayle Manning (R-North Ridgeville) announced that two of her bills, House Bills 451 and 452, received hearings on January 26.
House Bill 451, joint sponsored with Representative Oelslager, would revise physician-administered drug law. Current practices can make it difficult for patients receiving clinician-administered drugs. House Bill 451 aims to reduce obstacles patients may face during the course of their treatment, which increases accessibility.
House Bill 452, which would cut back red tape currently faced by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board, received its first hearing in the House State and Local Government Committee.
“I am pleased that two of my sponsored bills were considered in House committees this week,” said Manning. “This year, I look forward to working on my legislation to continue to make Ohio a great place to live, work, and raise a family.”
House Bill 451 and House Bill 452 await hearings in the House Insurance Committee and House State and Local Government Committee, respectively.