COLUMBUS—State Senator Andrew Brenner
(R-Powell) this week was appointed by Senate President Larry Obhof to the following committees for the 133rd General Assembly:
"My district ranges from urban to affluent suburban to rural, and I am pleased that these committees will allow all of my constituents to have their voices heard in the Ohio Senate," Brenner said. "I am always open to hearing from specialists in the 19th Senate District, so please feel free to call my office if you have a passion for any of these committee areas."
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"I am also appreciative that President Obhof will give me the opportunity to be heard on the finance subcommittee. Those I represented previously in the 67th House District know that I have been fighting for fair school funding for many years now. We have to make a change as property taxes get out of control in some of these high-growth areas, all because the districts are not receiving money for the new students. I also represent urban and rural districts that have their own challenges. I have a passion for solving education issues and look forward to continuing to make a positive change for these students, their families, and all Ohioans."
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