State Rep. Lauren McNally (D-Youngstown) and the Democratic members of the Ohio House of Representatives Commerce and Labor Committee today issued statements after several amendments to Substitute Senate Bill (Sub. SB) 30, legislation that would violate the federal Fair Labor Standards Act to allow children to work later into the evening, were voted down.
State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) last week participated in the passage of the bipartisan Operating Budget (HB 33) by the House of Representatives.
State Reps. Sean Patrick Brennan (D-Parma) and Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) jointly announced House passage of HB 33, which appropriates approximately an additional $7 million from the state of Ohio for the Parma City School District over fiscal years 2024 and 2025.
COLUMBUS- State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) today announced his appointment by Speaker of the House Jason Stephens to serve on the statewide Emergency Services Internet Protocol (ESINet) Steering Committee.
State Rep. Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) announced the filing of legislation (House Bill 134) alongside Rep. Tavia Galonski (D-Akron), requiring county Treasurers’ offices across the state to provide advance notice prior to the date of sale or transfer of tax certificates (liens for unpaid property taxes).
State Rep. Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) announced that on Wednesday, March 29, 2023, he introduced legislation to amend Ohio Revised Code Section 2905.05, Ohio’s Criminal Child Enticement statute.
State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) announced approved funding from the Ohio Department of Development to the City of Broadview Heights.
State Representative Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) today announced recent grant funding within District 15 thanks to the Ohio Commission on Minority Health.
State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills), along with members of the House Democratic Caucus, today sent a letter to the Ohio House Finance Committee and the Ohio House Transportation Subcommittee of Finance suggesting a series of amendments to the State Transportation Budget following the tragic events in East Palestine.
State Rep. Richard Dell’Aquila (D-Seven Hills) today announced his support of Cleveland City Council’s decision to earmark $10 million to prepare local residents for workforce programs.