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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.

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Wed, Apr 10, 2019

State Rep. Phil Robinson (D-Solon) today joined Democratic lawmakers to unveil the Ohio Promise, a blueprint to renew the Buckeye State’s promise of better jobs and brighter futures.

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Thu, Mar 14, 2019

State Rep. Phil Robinson (D-Solon) today issued the following statement on the House’s passage of House Bill 62, the two-year state transportation budget.

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Thu, Mar 7, 2019

State Rep. Phil Robinson (D-Solon) released the following statement this week on his appointment as Ranking Member of the Ohio House Primary and Secondary Education Committee. He will also serve on the Ways and Means and Public Utilities Committees:

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Sat, Feb 9, 2019

State Rep. Phil Robinson (D-Solon) today issued the following statement on his appointment to the Joint Education Oversight Committee (JEOC), a bipartisan, bicameral body that oversees emerging education policy issues in Ohio:

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Wed, Jan 23, 2019
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State Rep. Phil Robinson (D-Solon) took the oath of office today during the opening session of the 133rd Ohio General Assembly at the Ohio Statehouse, officially beginning Robinson’s first term as state lawmaker.

“Working families across Ohio are ready for a change, and to be a part of that change here at the People’s House is truly an honor,” said Rep. Robinson. “Now it’s time to get down to business and work together—as Democrats and Republicans—to improve the lives of everyday Ohioans.”

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Tue, Jan 8, 2019