House Democratic lawmakers today voted in favor of the state budget, House Bill 166, which includes a number of key Democratic priorities, including a significant tax cut for working people and families.
House Democratic lawmakers today announced their Ohio Clean Energy Jobs Plan to protect and grow good jobs across the state, improve the health of Ohioans and avoid rate hikes on consumer utility bills.
House Democrats today voted against Senate Bill (SB) 23, a GOP-backed near-total abortion ban that would prohibit abortions in Ohio long before most women know they are pregnant. SB 23 would become the most extreme abortion ban in the country if signed into law.
House Assistant Minority Whip and state Rep. Paula Hicks-Hudson (D-Toledo) today sent a letter to Republican Governor Mike DeWine urging him to veto provisions in House Bill (HB) 62, the state’s two-year transportation budget, that would penalize cities using traffic safety cameras.
State Rep. Paula Hicks-Hudson (D-Toledo) today announced the release of $59,957.80 in state funds to support the University of Toledo workforce based training and equipment project.
House Democratic lawmakers today voted in favor of House Bill (HB) 62, the state’s bipartisan, two-year budget that largely funds road and bridge improvements and public transportation throughout the state.
State Rep. Paula Hicks-Hudson (D-Toledo) today joined Democratic lawmakers to unveil the Ohio Promise, a blueprint to renew the Buckeye State’s promise of better jobs and brighter futures.
Today, state Senator Teresa Fedor (D-Toledo) and state Representatives Paula Hicks-Hudson (D-Toledo), Michael Sheehy (D-Toledo) and Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) welcomed remarks from Governor Mike DeWine signaling a renewed focus on addressing algae blooms and the health of Lake Erie.
State Rep. Paula Hicks-Hudson (D-Toledo) today announced the release of $1,732,990.39 in state funds to repair local infrastructure, support adult habilitation services and renovate classrooms at the University of Toledo.
“The Controlling Board is a committee of the legislature that is able to efficiently provide needed funds to local projects,” said Hicks-Hudson. “The following authorization from the state budget will help our community.”
State Rep. Paula Hicks-Hudson (D-Toledo) today announced two statewide scholarship opportunities available for college students pursuing careers in STEM fields and oil and natural gas industries.
The Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program (OOGEEP) and Foundation are accepting first-time and renewal applications for a $1,000 scholarship for students pursuing careers in natural gas and the crude oil industry. Additionally, the Ohio Department of Transportation, Division of Opportunity Diversity and Inclusion, will to award three $1,000 scholarships for students pursuing careers in STEM related fields.