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Holly Johnson, Adams County Economic and Development Director, said, “House Bill 685 is monumental for Adams County. We could potentially apply for up to 14 or 15 million dollars from a grant of this magnitude.†Read Full Story
Thu, Sep 15, 2022
Another school year has begun. Between shopping for supplies and meeting new teachers, let's take a moment to talk about Ohio's education system and its impact on the workforce of tomorrow. Businesses across the state are struggling now more than ever to find and keep quality employees. The COVID-19 pandemic didn't help, but it's not the root of the problem, either. Read Full Story
Fri, Sep 2, 2022
KENTON (Aug. 23, 2022) - NFIB, Ohio's leading small business advocacy organization, today presented its prestigious Guardian of Small Business Award to state Rep. Jon Cross. He was recognized for his outstanding efforts to support small business issues in the Ohio Legislature. Read Full Story
Wed, Aug 24, 2022
COLUMBUS - State Representative Jon Cross (R-Kenton) announced more money is coming to Indian Lake. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will receive $150,000 in addition to the $500,000 that Cross secured for vegetation removal with the passing of an amendment in House Bill 175 recently. Read Full Story
Mon, May 2, 2022
Additional state money has been allocated to help remove vegetation from Indian Lake, according to Ohio Representative Jon Cross, R-Kenton. Read Full Story
Fri, Apr 29, 2022
COLUMBUS - State Representative Jon Cross (R-Kenton) has acquired $500,000 through an amendment that was added to House Bill 175 that will help the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Indian Lake Watershed Project to cleanup Indian Lake. Read Full Story
Fri, Apr 8, 2022
Dayonna Simmons has already made up her mind to leave Ohio. Read Full Story
Sun, Feb 13, 2022
State Rep. Jon Cross, R-Kenton, on Monday unveiled incentives to help Ohio students further their education and to reverse Ohio's brain drain. Read Full Story
Tue, Dec 7, 2021
Ohio has ceded one of its congressional seats in the coming decade thanks to growth rates that haven't kept pace with other states around the country. Rep. Jon Cross, R-Kenton, is making a stab at reversing that trend with legislation he's calling the GROW Ohio Act which aims to attract and then retain college students. Read Full Story
Tue, Dec 7, 2021
DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A new initiative is working to keep graduates of Ohio universities and colleges in Ohio. State representatives said the G.R.O.W Act, introduced in Columbus on Monday, could help the state retain graduates and grow its workforce. Read Full Story
Mon, Dec 6, 2021