Today, the two-year transportation budget under House Bill 74 passed within the Ohio House. State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) supported the legislation and helped lead the bill through the legislative process as chairman of the House Finance Committee; the body held seven committee hearings and had over 60 submitted testimonies.
One individual’s experience and expertise has led him to be an intricate part of the budgetary process for the 134th General Assembly.
Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp (R-Lima) today appointed State Rep. Scott Oelslager as Chairman of the House Finance Committee during the 134th General Assembly.
State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R–North Canton), who sits on the State Controlling Board, announced that the body approved a measure creating a new fund to establish appropriation authority for the Development Services Agency in FY 2021.
Today, State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) and the state Controlling Board met and approved a measure for public roadwork improvements in support of the Tractor Supply Company in Navarre. The request from the Development Services Agency is being awarded $1.7 million through the Roadwork Development Grant for the project.
Another round of COVID-19 relief is on its way for the people of Ohio. Earlier today, State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) supported and approved COVID-19 aid during the state Controlling Board meeting. Several measures are funded by federal CARES Act aid.
Today, State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R-North Canton) supported and approved $425 million in aid to help Ohio families, businesses and more who have been impacted by COVID-19 during the state Controlling Board meeting. The measure is funded by federal CARES Act aid.
The House was successful in passing several pieces of legislation recently including measures to make important changes to Ohio’s foster caregiver training, correct technical errors in the insurance code, and revise alcoholic ice cream laws.
State Rep. Scott Oelslager (R–North Canton) announces that he supported and the General Assembly approved House Bill 614, which provides $650 million of federal CARES Act funding to local communities across Ohio for COVID-19 pandemic-related expenses. The funding will be made available to counties, municipalities, and townships.
The House was successful in passing several pieces of legislation recently including measures to protect businesses from COVID-19 related lawsuits and to continue fighting the opioid crisis in the state.