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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.

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

Featured Posts

LaRose Announces Passage Of Bill To Protect Children And Pets From Excessive Temperatures In Vehicles


"This is a common sense measure that seeks to protect good samaritans who save the life of a child or rescue a pet," said LaRose. "Far too often we hear tragic stories about deaths which occur when children and pets are left alone in hot vehicles and as a father of three young children I am glad we are taking this important preventative step." said LaRose.


Faber Honors Coldwater Football Following Fourth Straight State Championship


"I am proud to once again honor the Coldwater football team following another state championship," said Faber. "It's an incredible feat to win one state title in Ohio, let alone four in a row."


Peterson Recognizes University Of Rio Grande NAIA National Soccer Champions


"These young men have represented Ohio and their university well," said Peterson. "National championships are won through hard work and resilience and this diverse group of student-athletes put forth a level of dedication that has paid off."


Peterson Honors Director Gary Mohr For Receiving 2015 Distinguished Leadership Award


"Director Mohr's commitment toward addressing Ohio's drug epidemic by expanding access to treatment and recovery support services make him most deserving of this award," said Peterson. "Under his leadership, Ohio's recidivism rate has dropped to one of the lowest in the nation."