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State Senator Frank LaRose (R- Akron) was recently named a "Watchdog of the Treasury" by the United Conservatives of Ohio at an event in Columbus. The award is given to legislators who have demonstrated their commitment to government efficiency and fiscal responsibility.

"Since coming to the Statehouse, I have sought to ensure that our limited taxpayer dollars are spent wisely, and I am honored to be recognized for these efforts," LaRose said. "Ohioans want leaders who are willing to make the tough decisions regarding our finances, and I will continue to fulfill that role in the months ahead."

The United Conservatives of Ohio advocate for public policy that promotes free enterprise, low taxes and greater efficiency in government.
Senator Frank LaRose represents the 27th Ohio Senate District, which includes part of Summit County. He currently serves as Chairman of Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review and Vice Chairman of the Senate Highways and Transportation Committee. For more information, please visit
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“When transitioning back to civilian life, our veterans should be afforded every opportunity to use the skills they gained while serving in the military," said Senator LaRose.


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"Office hours are an opportunity for me to connect with constituents in the communities where they live, work and raise their families," said LaRose.


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“Those of us who served made a lifelong commitment when we raised our hand to take the oath. These great Ohioans have continued to serve our nation, state, community and our fellow citizens long after their time in uniform was done," said Senator LaRose. “I was honored to be a part of this ceremony.”


LaRose Announces Senate Passage Of Legislation To Help Keep Ohio Roads Safe


"Without question, sanitation workers spend as much, if not more, time on roadways than any other profession currently protected by Ohio law," said Senator LaRose. "We need to ensure we are doing everything in our power to keep our hardworking men and women safe."