COLUMBUS - State Representative Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) was selected to participate in the 26th annual Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development program. The Bowhay Institute is one of the premier leadership training programs in the nation and selects their participants thru a competitive, nonpartisan selection process. Representative Ray was one of only 3 Ohio legislators invited to participate.
State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) has recently introduced House Bill 352, which will prohibit courts and agencies from denying the rights of a parent seeking to adopt within the foster care system. The bipartisan bill seeks to ensure the rights of parents with disabilities are protected in these types of cases. Ray is a sponsor of the bill.
State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) announces today that the Ohio Legislative Service Commission is accepting applications for its 13-month Legislative and Media Production Fellowship Program. The Commission will hire 24 fellows to work with members of the Ohio General Assembly during 2022.
State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) gave her first testimony on House Bill 294, which will modernize and codify election laws as they currently stand in the State of Ohio. Ray spoke to the legislation in the House Government Oversight Committee earlier today.
State Reps. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) and Bill Seitz (R-Cincinnati) have introduced legislation that will modernize and codify election laws as they currently stand in the State of Ohio.
COLUMBUS – Yesterday, State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) and the House approved and the Ohio House approved House Bill 110, otherwise known as the two-year state operating budget for Fiscal Years 2022-2023. The legislation highlights include a new school funding reform plan, tax relief, jobs and economic support, and several other initiatives.
Today, State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) gave testimony on the first hearing for House Bill 230, which requires the Ohio Department of Administrative Services (DAS) to provide a plan to enhance their information and technology (IT) systems. Ray, a joint sponsor of the bill, spoke to it in the House Technology and Innovation Committee.
State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) announces she will soon be introducing legislation that requires the Ohio Department of Administrative Services (DAS) to provide a plan to enhance their information and technology (IT) systems. Ray also submitted a separate amendment to the budget that will study Ohio’s (IT) systems for each of the state’s agencies.
This week, State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) gave sponsor testimony on House Bill 171 in the House Transportation and Public Safety Committee. House Bill 171 will help Ohio’s leading nonprofit organization by creating a license plate in their name, Keep Ohio Beautiful, as they connect with volunteers who create environmental projects that produce measurable economic benefits throughout the state.
State Rep. Sharon Ray (R-Wadsworth) encourages chartered veterans service organizations throughout Ohio and Medina County to apply for the Veterans Post COVID Safety Grant. The initiative is to assist these groups in safely operating amid the COVID-19 pandemic.