COLUMBUS – State Rep. Juanita O. Brent (D-Cleveland) released the following statement regarding the verdict reached in the Derek Chauvin trial for the murder of George Floyd and the April 20, 2021 murder of 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant.
Today, State Rep. Juanita O. Brent (D-Cleveland) voted for the State of Ohio operating budget (HB 110).
Today, State Rep. Juanita O. Brent (D-Cleveland) announced the passage of House Bills 167, 168, 169, and 170, all of which provide much needed COVID-19 relief to communities across Ohio.
Today, State Rep. Juanita O. Brent (D-Cleveland) provided sponsor testimony on House Bill (HB) 78, Esther’s Law, which would allow residents of long-term care facilities to electronically monitor their room.
COLUMBUS— The Ohio Black Maternal Health Caucus (OBMHC) is introducing a resolution this week to recognize Black Maternal Health Week in Ohio. Black Maternal Health Week (April 11-17) is an annual event that promotes awareness and seeks to advance and improve Black maternal health outcomes across the country.
State Rep. Juanita O. Brent (D-Cleveland) introduced two amendments to House Bill (HB) 132, which establishes standard procedures that allow the owner of a towing service or a storage facility to obtain the title to another individual’s motor vehicle.
Today, Rep. Juanita O. Brent (D-Cleveland) released the following statement following the House’s concurrence with the $8.3 billion transportation budget.
Today, Rep. Juanita O. Brent (D-Cleveland) toured the new mass vaccination site at the Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University ahead of its opening on Wednesday, March 17.
Ohio House Democrats, led by Minority Leader Emilia Strong Sykes (D-Akron) issued a statement as the United States Senate this week voted to confirm former U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Warrensville Heights) as the next Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD):
Representative Juanita Brent signed on as a co-sponsor to the Ohio Fairness Act, bipartisan legislation that would protect LGBTQ+ Ohioans from discrimination in employment, housing and accommodations. A previous version of the Ohio Fairness Act (The Equal Housing and Employment Act) passed the Ohio House of Representatives on Sept. 15, 2009, with bipartisan support. Last General Assembly, the Ohio Fairness Act had 3 hearings but did not receive a committee vote.