COLUMBUS — Last week, the Ohio House of Representatives met for a final voting session before breaking for the Easter holiday. The body passed an impressive 13 bills, touching on many different areas of public policy. State Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) highlighted the following:
COLUMBUS - Last week, the Ohio Department of Higher Education and Department of Education were awarded $5.2 million to address Ohio’s educator shortages. The funding will be shared among 9 four-year public and independent colleges and universities that have chancellor-approved educator preparation programs, including those in collaboration with school districts, educational service centers and community colleges.
COLUMBUS - Last Wednesday, March 30, the Ohio House of Representatives passed a total of 10 bills. While the issues ranged widely, there were key topics that finally had their day on the House floor. Here are some highlights from State Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton):
COLUMBUS - Ohio’s State Controlling Board has approved nearly $1.4 million for various projects across Stark County, State Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) announced.
COLUMBUS - Last week, the Ohio House of Representatives approved a measure, with a vote of 94 to 0, to reappropriate $2.09 billion to the 2023-24 fiscal biennium.
COLUMBUS - Wednesday, March 23, the Ohio House passed a number of proactive pieces of legislation to better prepare Ohio for matters regarding voting rights, renewable energy and rare cancer diagnoses.
COLUMBUS - On Friday, February 25 the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation approved a 10% rate reduction in workers’ compensation premiums. The result is expected to be nearly $106 million in savings for private employers.
COLUMBUS — State Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) supported several pieces of legislation regarding key issues during the House’s previous voting session Wednesday, February 16th.
COLUMBUS—State Representative Scott Oelslager (R–North Canton) and the Ohio Controlling Board, announced the release of more than $500,000 for infrastructure improvements in Stark County.
COLUMBUS — The State Controlling Board has approved an increase in the Ohio Casino Control Commission’s spending authority by $2.6 million, which will help the agency implement and regulate sports wagering in Ohio.