COLUMBUS – Governor John R. Kasich today signed into law House Bill 177, which imposes criminal penalties for knowingly distributing counterfeit airbags to be installed in vehicles. This bill aims to protect Ohio’s drivers by preventing these crimes from happening.
"We believe that changing the Constitution should be the absolute last step in any public process, not the first," Burke said. "The House and Senate are taking separate approaches with the same goal to gain better understanding for Ohioans' wishes on this subject. Since November, I have been working with Representative Kirk Schuring and look forward to continuing this working relationship going forward."
Cathy Costello was one of many Tuesday to speak in front of a state senate committee hearing about possible outpatient and medication treatment for people who are in and out of trouble.
“It is important to me that Marion is included in this program, because not only do we have great resources in our K-12 system, but we also have higher education and technical education opportunities available as well,” said Burke. “This program will help our students find a pathway to a brighter future in my hometown.”