COLUMBUS—State Rep. Jeff Crossman (D-Parma) released the following statement today on the committee assignments for the 134th General Assembly:
“These assignments are long overdue, and I am eager to begin the work on behalf of our state,” said Rep. Crossman. “I have many personal legislative goals during this new General Assembly, including repealing the corrupt HB 6 nuclear bailout bill, revising our tax code to ensure tax fairness for the middle class, improving our judicial system and getting a fair school funding formula across the finish line. I stand ready to work with both Democrats and Republicans on what is best for the people of Ohio.”
Rep. Crossman will serve on the following committees:
Financial Institutions (Ranking Member)
Ways and Means.
Committee meetings are crucial to the formation of laws. All bills must have at least two hearings in committee to allow opponents and proponents to present testimony and voice opinions on potential changes to bills before they are considered by the full House.
Committees are open to the public and held any time before or after House floor sessions. The public can watch committees live by going to www.ohiohouse.gov or www.ohiochannel.org. If you are interested in testifying before a committee to have your voice heard on a specific bill, contact Rep. Crossman’s office for assistance.