COLUMBUS – State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) today issued a statement in honor of “Ohio Military Family Month,” which recognizes the unique sacrifices of Ohio’s military families.
COLUMBUS –State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) today issued a statement on the one-year anniversary of a mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, which left nine dead and 17 wounded.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) issueda statement today as the Ohio House voted unanimously to strip Larry Householder (R-Glenford) of his role as Speaker of the House. Householder and four associates were indicted by a federal grand jury today amid an ongoing FBI criminal investigation into his connection to an alleged $60 million public corruption and bribery scheme—the largest in state history.
COLUMBUS—State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) released the following statement today as the number of Americans that have died as a result of COVID-19 reached 150,000.
COLUMBUS—Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) today issued a statement following the arrest of Speaker Householder.
COLUMBUS—Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) today issued a statement following Governor DeWine’s announcement upgrading Lucas County to a Level 3 “Red” on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System.
COLUMBUS – State Reps. Jeffrey Crossman (D-Parma) and Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) today reiterated their call for Ohio Governor DeWine and the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria to seek a federal waiver to cancel state assessments for the 2020-21 school year.
State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) announced Monday the state Controlling Board approved another round of federal funding to support Ohio’s efforts to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak, including $300 million in federal funding to offset Ohio’s K-12 schools and colleges and university’s costs of keeping students and staff safe in the fall.
COLUMBUS –State Rep. Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) today joined Dem lawmakers to urge House Republican leaders to call the chamber back into session to address several critical issues facing the state, including health and the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, systemic racism and police brutality, questions surrounding the November election, and looming state budget shortfalls.
COLUMBUS— Yesterday, Governor DeWine announced the signing of executive order 2020-24D, which provided protections for unemployed Ohioans who are over 65 or considered “high risk” and asked to return to work by their prior employer. Where previously they would have been disqualified from receiving benefits for refusing an offer of suitable work, now these Ohioans will remain eligible for unemployment.