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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

Upcoming Sales Tax Holiday Aims To Help Back-to-School Shoppers

 

August is a hectic time of year and your shopping list is likely full of the necessities. It is our hope that the timing of this sales tax holiday will be helpful for parents, families and educators. As you are building your shopping budget and searching for all the best deals, this added measure of a freedom from the sales tax is sure to provide some financial relief. 



 
 

Obhof Encourages Families To Take Advantage Of New Tax Holiday For Back-to-School Shopping

 
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"The end of the summer can be a challenging time for families, as parents prepare for their children to begin the new school year," said Obhof.  "By allowing tax-free back-to-school shopping, this new law will help families stretch their dollar a little further.”  



 
 

LaRose And Sawyer Introduce Congressional Redistricting Reform Proposal

 
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"Our goal is to establish a redistricting process that works for Ohioans, not politicians," said LaRose. "I'm proud of the plan we developed last year to achieve a more balanced way of drawing state legislative lines, and there is no good reason not to extend its provisions to federal districts as well."



 
 

Jones, State Officials Announce Pilot Program In Dayton To Reduce Ohio's Abysmal Infant Mortality Rate

 
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“Montgomery County loses 7.6 babies per 1,000 live births and that rate skyrockets to 12.4 among black babies," said Jones. "This is simply unacceptable."