COLUMBUS-State Senator Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) applauds the Senate's passage of Am. Sub. House Bill 542 which streamlines the process to become a barber or cosmetologist in Ohio.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) Roegner is applauding the unveiling today of the Cut Red Tape Ohio website as a significant campaign promise kept and a major win for Ohio. The website will give the public a say on how to best cut and reform unnecessary government regulations that too-often frustrate both consumers and businesses. Creation of the website was mandated by Senate Bill 9, co-sponsored by Roegner.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) said today she is thrilled to see state tax revenue has significantly increased following historic tax cuts for Ohio's working men and women, and small businesses. The state collected $54.2 million from income taxes in August, which was 6.8 percent more than was projected. Overall, Ohio collected 3.4 percent more tax revenue last month than was expected. Total tax collections for this fiscal year are $4.5 billion, almost 2 percent more than anticipated.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) attended the ceremony today designating a mile-long portion of County Road 321 in Stark County as "Army Sgt. Vernon R. Judd Memorial Highway." Roegner co-sponsored House Bill 291 honoring American heroes including Judd, who died in a prisoner of war camp in North Korea.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) announced today that Ohio has received its first applications to license out-of-state-doctors. That was made possible thanks to legislation sponsored by Roegner, the "Enter into Interstate Medical Licensure Compact," which became law last year.
COLUMBUS - By a unanimous vote of 31-to-0, the Ohio Senate today passed a bill cosponsored by State Senators Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) and Rob McColley (R-Napoleon) that will allow out-of-state licensees in good standing to obtain an Ohio license to practice their profession. Senate Bill 131 will promote economic growth in Ohio by removing unnecessary licensure hurdles and welcoming skilled workers to our state. It will also provide Ohio businesses with more of the skilled labor necessary to compete at a national level, and provide underserved areas with increased access to trained professionals.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) today announced she has secured funding for numerous key projects in Summit County out of the state capital budget.
COLUMBUS-The state legislature today passed Senator Kristina Roegner's (R-Hudson) bill to help increase access to mental health care in Ohio, and it is now on its way to the governor's desk to be signed into law. Senate Bill 204 enters Ohio into the Counseling Compact, which will allow all licensed mental health counselors to practice in member states, either in person or via telehealth.