State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) today voted in support of Amended Substitute House Bill 64, the state operating budget. The legislation lowers the income tax, ensures funding for Ohio schools, freezes tuition costs on colleges and helps small businesses.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) today voted for a resolution that would block any proposal of a constitutional amendment that would create a monopoly in the state.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) applauded today’s passage of House Bill 171, which strengthens penalties for heroin possession and trafficking.
The Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 18 with bipartisan support, sponsored by State Representatives Tim Ginter (R-Salem) and Anne Gonzales (R-Westerville). HB 18 prohibits landlords from restricting the display of American flags, service flags and the National League of Families POW/MIA flag.
Studies show that when patients follow the instructions of their physician and pharmacist and take their medications as directed, they live longer and healthier lives. A major barrier to this, especially among our senior population, is when prescription dates do not fall on the same day of the month, resulting in the patient being forced to make multiple trips to the pharmacy. Because of this, some go without life-saving medication until their additional prescriptions can be filled. I have recently introduced legislation that would help to alleviate this through a process known as “medication synchronization” or “med sync”.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) today applauded House Bill 74, which passed in the Ohio House of Representatives with broad bipartisan support. HB 74, sponsored by State Representative Andrew O. Brenner (R-Powell), would revise the state assessments and examinations given to Ohio’s students.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) today voted for legislation aimed at increasing efficiency and saving taxpayer dollars in local governments and state agencies.
The budget process took another step this past Wednesday when the Ohio House passed Amended Substitute House Bill 64, which was our version of the state operating budget. The process began back in February when the governor introduced his budget proposal, which then began in the House for consideration. While the basic framework is still in place, the House has made some major changes to the original proposal to improve upon the bill.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) has announced that he will be holding office hours in the 5th House District.
State Representative Tim Ginter (R-Salem) today applauded the House passage of Amended Substitute House Bill 64, the biennial state budget bill that allocates funding to schools, community projects and government initiatives, as well as providing significant tax relief to all Ohioans and small businesses in the state.