NAPOLEON, OHIO – Ohio Lt. Gov. Jon Husted will join state legislators and officials with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) at an event to honor Rear Adm. Alene Duerk, the first woman to reach flag rank in the U.S. Navy.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) today announced the Ohio House passed House Bill 66, his legislation that provides more transparency for local property tax exemptions.
State Rep. Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) has received the “Humane Legislator Award” by the Humane Society of the United States. The representative was recognized for his commitment to supporting animal protections within Ohio.
State Rep. Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) has introduced and given testimony on bipartisan legislation, House Bill 43 – it allows a public body to meet and hold hearings via teleconference or video conference. Hoops is the joint sponsor of the bill along with State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo).
COLUMBUS – State Reps. Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) and Dick Stein (R-Norwalk) today joined their House colleagues in passing House Bill 496, legislation that provides legal protections for Ohio’s beekeepers. Hoops and Stein joint-sponsored the legislation and spoke in favor of the bill on the House floor.
State Representative Jim Hoops is applauding the announcement that $30 million in state funding will be available for area farmers.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) announced today the House passage of House Bill 295, legislation that cleans up outdated and conflicting state vehicle code definitions to make it clear that Low-Speed Electric Scooters are permitted on the road. HB 295 gives riders of Low-Speed Electric Scooters similar rights and responsibilities as cyclists.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) announced today the launch of the #gotyourback campaign, a new campaign to address farmers’ mental well-being launched by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
COLUMBUS— State Representative Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) today announced that growers of small grains in the Lake Erie Western Basin will be the target of a new state assistance program by the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODAg).
COLUMBUS—State Representative Jim Hoops (R-Napoleon) applauded the passage of legislation by the Ohio House of Representatives that would change the manner in which some small vendors remit sales taxes, as well as exempt feminine hygiene products from sales and use taxes. House Bill 545 was sponsored by Rep. Steve Arndt (R-Port Clinton).