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Romanchuk Praises Launch of Website to Help Ohioans Identify Unnecessary Red Tape

September 23, 2022
Mark Romanchuk News
COLUMBUS—State Senator Mark Romanchuk (R-Ontario) praised the recent launch of Cut Red Tape Ohio ,a new website which will provide citizens the opportunity to request a review of a state regulation which may be restricting their business, family or daily life.

Developed by the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR), the website reflects the ongoing effort of the legislature to reduce components of Ohio’s regulatory environment which are negatively impacting Ohio's businesses and families.

“Cut Red Tape Ohio provides an excellent space for Ohio citizens to directly have their voices heard in regards to possibly intrusive regulations that may affect areas of their everyday life,” Romanchuk said. “I am grateful for the increased transparency this website will bring to the state and the ability for every citizen to have a check on overreaching regulations.”

The website is a result of the Ohio Senate's work in Senate Bill 9, sponsored by Senators Rob McColley (R-Napoleon) and Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson), requiring Ohio's state agencies to reduce the overall number of state regulations by 30 percent over three years.

Each inquiry received through the Cut Red Tape Ohio website will be reviewed; status updates of the review process will be provided by email to the inquirer. Submissions to the website apply to state regulations only. To find out more information and to submit an inquiry, click here.