COLUMBUS - State Senator Matt Huffman (R-Lima) will announce the introduction of legislation that would would make participation in prevailing wage guidelines permissive, rather than required, for local governments institutions of higher education and specialty districts.

State Senator Matt Huffman
Allen County Commissioner Jay Begg
Mayor Mark Barhorst, City of Sidney 

Harding Press Briefing Room, Ohio Statehouse

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. 

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Huffman Introduces Notary Public Modernization Act


COLUMBUS - State Senators Matt Huffman (R-Lima) and Steve Wilson (R-Maineville) this week introduced the "Notary Public Modernization Act" which will take a number of steps to update and enhance the notary public system in Ohio. For the first time, Ohioans will be able to get their documents notarized by connecting with a commissioned Ohio notary online, rather than face-to-face, utilizing live audio-video communications technology.


Huffman Announces 2019 Legislative Fellowship Program


“The fellows that have worked in my office have been an invaluable resource for my staff and me," said Senator Huffman. "They regularly help us with constituent communication, legislative research, and a broad array of priorities that often change from day to day.”


Ohio Senate Passes Historic Congressional Redistricting Reform Plan With Bipartisan Support


Columbus – With unanimous, bipartisan support, the Ohio Senate today passed a plan to reform the process for drawing Ohio’s congressional districts. The passage of Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 5 follows weeks of negotiations between the leadership of both parties in the General Assembly and various redistricting reform coalitions.


Republicans Announce Significant Changes Made To Congressional Redistricting Plan


“By defining a process and ensuring bipartisan support, we are proposing a historic change in how Ohio draws its congressional district lines,” said Huffman, sponsor of S.J.R. 5. “As part of our good faith effort to reach a solution, we are making substantial changes today based on our discussions with Democrat leadership and feedback we have heard from coalition leaders and the public. I believe we are providing the people of Ohio with a plan that is both fair and responsible.”