The area lawmaker welcomed the students onto the Senate floor before taking a tour of the Ohio Statehouse.
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Fourth graders from the Barber Community Learning Center spent Tuesday at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus. As part of their visit, the students met with State Senator Frank LaRose (R - Copley) who provided them with a tour of the Senate chamber and an overview of the building's history. Teachers Verna Fudge, Martha Skinner, and Paula Oglesby accompanied the students, as well as retired Principal David Butz. Barber Community Learning Center is located in Akron.
Senator LaRose represents the 27th Senate District which includes part of Summit County. He is the Vice Chairman of the Senate Highways and Transportation Committee and Chairman of Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review.
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