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Welcome to the new Majority Caucus Blog of the Ohio Senate. Here you will find live, up-to-the-minute updates from the Ohio Senate Republicans. State news outlets and anyone interested in the happenings of the Ohio Statehouse will find this tool very useful in keeping up with the State Senate.

We hope that you will check back often and even bookmark this page for future use. You can easily access the blog from your computer, tablet, or mobile phone by going to www.OhioSenate.gov/Republican

Again, on behalf of the Ohio Senate Republican Caucus, welcome to the Majority Caucus Blog and the new OhioSenate.gov. 

Featured Posts

Faber, Senate Leaders Visit Cleveland Museum Of Natural History To Celebrate Opening Of New Wildlife Center


"This wildlife exhibit at The Cleveland Museum of Natural History gives Ohioans incredible, new educational and cultural experiences, and I appreciate all the work the Cleveland community put into this project," said Faber. "Ohio's strong fiscal health allows the state to make responsible investments like this to improve the quality of life in our communities."


Faber Visits Local Brewery As State Lifts Restrictions On Ohio's Brewers


"Ohio is home to countless breweries and brewpubs, and it's important that we equip these innovators and small businesses with the tools they need to compete," said Faber. "We are committed to making Ohio a top state to open and operate a business and by lifting this restriction, small businesses like Hoppin' Frog and many others will have room to grow or begin brewing in our state."


Taking A Stand Against Opiate Abuse


As the new school year begins, teachers and community leaders must bring the message of drug prevention into the classroom.


Safe Driving Awareness Month


This September, I invite you to join me in promoting safe driving practices in our local community. Let's commit to making our vehicles an escape from distractions, not a place to catch up on work or text messages. The lives of our family members, friends and neighbors are too precious to take the risk.