COLUMBUS — The Ohio State Controlling Board and State Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) announced the release of more than $1 million for a pair of Stark State College of Technology projects Monday.
COLUMBUS — State Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) showed his support by voting yes on several pieces of legislation that came before the Ohio House of Representatives Wednesday, Oct. 27.
COLUMBUS — State Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) showed his support on two pieces of legislation, House Concurrent Resolution 35 and House Bill 178, which passed the Ohio House recently.
Oftentimes, great bills and policy are overlooked within our state. This is why I wanted to highlight some of the legislation passed this year that was bipartisan and focuses on the diligent work done at the Statehouse on behalf of Ohioans.
COLUMBUS — Today, Representative Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) and the Ohio State Controlling Board approved funding for Stark State College and the Ohio National Guard’s Aviation Support Facility (AASF) located at the Akron-Canton Regional Airport.
The House was successful in passing several pieces of legislation recently including protecting quality of care for nurses and patients, the Ohio Veterans’ Heritage Protection Act, creating more paycheck transparency for employees, and improving stroke treatment and care.
Earlier this week, State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) and the Ohio State Controlling Board approved funding for Stark State College. The allocation includes $124,925 for the Akron Center for Education and Workforce.
State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) announces Ohio’s annual sales tax holiday will be happening for consumers across the state from Aug. 6-8. The holiday marks the weekend where Ohioans will not have to pay state sales and use taxes on clothing items, school supplies and school instructional materials up to a certain price.
The House was successful in passing several pieces of legislation recently including empowering local communities on energy projects, allowing income tax credits for new farmers, and permanent registration for noncommercial trailers.
COLUMBUS – Education reform, meaningful tax relief and investments to help Ohio keep and create jobs are among the highlights of the state budget plan being considered by lawmakers today.