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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

LaRose Invites Residents To Attend May District Office Hours

 
COLUMBUS - 

"As we wrap up our legislative business at the Statehouse, I look forward to spending more time in my district this summer," said LaRose. "Office hours are a perfect opportunity for constituents to share ideas for making our community a better place to work and live." 



 
 

Hite Announces Senate Passage Of Bill To Increase Diabetes Prevention Efforts

 
COLUMBUS - 

"With a comprehensive plan and partnership between state agencies, Ohio will be a leader in reducing the rate of diabetes," said Hite. "The plan and the forthcoming report will offer options and opportunities to best protect the future health of Ohioans." 



 
 

Hackett Joins Senate Colleagues In Honoring Wittenberg's Softball Champions

 
COLUMBUS - 

“This exceptional team is only the second team in Wittenberg's history to secure a conference championship” said Hackett. “Wittenberg and the entire Springfield community should be very proud of all they have accomplished both as athletes and as scholars. We wish these young ladies continued success in all their future endeavors." 



 
 

Statement On The Tragic Death Of Hilliard Police Officer Sean Johnson

 
COLUMBUS - 

"The death of Officer Sean Johnson in the line of duty should make us pause and give thanks for the law enforcement officers who encounter danger on a regular basis to keep our neighborhoods safe."