State Representative Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) voted yesterday in support of House Bill 23, the state transportation budget for fiscal years 2024-25.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) has been recently appointed to vice-chair the House Commerce and Labor Committee.
State Representative Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) Wednesday announced the General Assembly has approved House Bill 95, her bipartisan legislation that creates a beginning farmer tax credit to assist one generation of farmers to the next.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) and the Ohio House of Representatives voted recently in favor of Senate Bill 215 to allow law-abiding Ohioans to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Phil Plummer (R- Dayton) and Susan Manchester (R- Waynesfield) House Bill 4, which will add a layer of security for Ohio children, was signed by Governor Mike DeWine Monday.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Susan Manchester’s tough stance against human trafficking continued with the passing of House Bill 427 through the Ohio House.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Phil Plummer (R- Dayton) and Susan Manchester (R- Waynesfield) added another layer of security for Ohio children with the passing House Bill 4 out of the Senate and House Wednesday.
COLUMBUS – The justice system is one step closer to helping those that are victims of human trafficking after State Representative Susan Manchester’s (R-Waynesfield) House Bill 427 passed unanimously out of House Criminal Justice Committee recently.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives yesterday passed Senate Bill 157, the Born Alive Protection Act, to protect the lives of a child who is born alive after a failed abortion. State representative Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) voted yes in support of the bill.
COLUMBUS –State Representatives Andrea White (R-Kettering) and Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield) announced new legislation today that will allow prosecutors to directly pursue legal action against offenders who use drugs and addiction to compel their victims into prostitution (ORC 2907.21) or trafficking (ORC 2905.32). The bill expands the definition of “compel” under both statutes, to include “controlled substance” and “manipulation of a controlled substance addiction.”