State Reps. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) and Shayla L. Davis (I-Garfield Heights) are pleased to share their support of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction’s (ODRC) latest policy change that ensures that the women living in correctional facilities have adequate access to safe and sanitary menstrual products.
State Rep. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) announced that the State Controlling Board approved $15 million from Democrats’ American Rescue Plan Act to support foodbanks across Ohio.
COLUMBUS–Today, State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) issued the following statement after Columbus surpassed 100 homicides for 2022.
COLUMBUS – State Representatives Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) and Dontavius Jarrells (D-Columbus) hosted a press conference last Friday, July 1, 2022, to discuss the remaining opportunities for those seeking relief after recent June power outages.
COLUMBUS- Today, State Rep. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) issued a statement as Senate Bill (SB) 215, Republican legislation that allows Ohioans to carry hidden, loaded handguns in public without a permit, takes effect. Additionally, SB 215 eliminates the requirement for concealed weapon training and reduces penalties if a gun owner fails to notify law enforcement they are carrying.
COLUMBUS – Rep. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) today announced that she was appointed as the Ranking Member of the Behavioral Health and Recovery Supports Committee.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) announced the passage of the capital budget, House Bill (HB) 687, by the Ohio House of Representatives.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Latyna M. Humphrey (D-Columbus) voted Wednesday in favor of House Bill (HB) 377, bipartisan legislation to release the second, $442 million batch of local government funding from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan to Ohio’s cities, villages and townships serving 50,000 people or less.
COLUMBUS—Friday morning, State Rep. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) introduced legislation to prevent Ohio’s felony murder statute from applying to defendants under 18 years old.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Latyna Humphrey (D-Columbus) announced that the State Controlling Board approved $6 million to prepare for Ohio’s general election in November. The funding will be used to print and mail applications for absentee voter ballots, including $1.2 million to cover the cost of postage.