COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 176, legislation sponsored by State Reps. Rick Carfagna (R-Genoa Twp.) and Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) that would revise the athletic training laws in Ohio.
State Reps. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) and D.J. Swearingen (R-Huron) have drafted a letter to send to U.S. Department of Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urging funding for townships across Ohio pertaining to the “American Rescue Plan Act.”
COLUMBUS – State Representatives Jay Edwards (R-Nelsonville) and Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) today introduced legislation that would provide tax credits to volunteer firefighters, volunteer EMS personnel and volunteer peace officers.
On November 3, 2020, Ohio executed our most successful election in history. Voter turnout for our state was a record-breaking 74 percent with 5,974,121 Ohioans casting a ballot. This surpasses the all-time previous record from 2008 by 200,000 votes. Early and absentee voting increased by 75 percent compared to 2016 figures. 94 percent of all absentee ballots were returned, breaking another state record. Despite the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic presented, Ohioans made their voice heard through our state’s election process.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) today gave sponsor testimony on House Bill 99, legislation that enhances school safety measures by enabling school districts to have local control of training requirements for arming teachers.
COLUMBUS - State Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) today urged fellow lawmakers to sign onto legislation with joint sponsor Rep. Brigid Kelly (D-Cincinnati) that would authorize permissive motor fuel quality testing in Ohio. This would allow county auditors and the Department of Agriculture to test for octane levels, sediment, and water levels in fuel.
Ohio House Speaker Bob Cupp (R-Lima) today announced committee assignments for State Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) during the 134th General Assembly.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Thomas Hall (R-Madison Twp.) today took the oath of office for his first term as a member of the Ohio House of Representatives. He represents the 53rd House district, which consists of northern and western Butler County.