COLUMBUS-State Senator Lou Terhar (R-Green Township), joined joint-sponsor Peggy Lehner (R-Kettering), in applauding the Governor's signing of legislation prohibiting female genital mutilation (FGM). The bill was signed into law on January 4, 2019.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Lou Terhar (R-Green Township) this week announced the House passage of his legislation to provide financial relief to active duty military and veterans who apply for a concealed handgun license.
"Many of the young Marines in Lima Company are from Hamilton and Franklin counties," said Senator Terhar. "This memorial highway is one small way to honor not only Lance Corporal Dyer, but all those from that unit who made the ultimate sacrifice."
COLUMBUS—State Senator Lou Terhar (R-Cincinnati) has introduced a resolution in the Ohio Senate that would recognize and encourage efforts to further strengthen Ohio's economic relationship with its sister-state, Taiwan.
"The safety and security of our students should be a paramount concern for school officials," said Terhar. "This legislation seeks to make additional resources available for districts to address facility needs, without requiring stringent state requirements."
"The growth in heroin addiction is devastating to the families and communities of southwestern Ohio, and we all need to work together to find a solution," said Terhar. "This grant would be a tremendous resource to our local law enforcement in their efforts to combat the substance abuse problem that has extraordinarily affected Hamilton County."
State Senator Lou Terhar (R-Cincinnati) was sworn in as a member of the Ohio Senate today during opening ceremonies held at the Statehouse. The first official session marked the beginning of the 132nd Ohio General Assembly.