COLUMBUS-State Senator Andrew Brenner (R-Delaware) today announced the passage of Senate Bill 58 by the Ohio Senate. Also known as Esther's law, this legislation would allow residents of nursing homes to install electronic monitoring devices in their rooms to prevent neglect and abuse.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Andrew Brenner (R-Delaware) last week introduced new legislation that aims to create safer conditions for surgeons, nurses and other healthcare workers who are exposed to surgical smoke, an aerosol produced by the thermal destruction of tissue by use of lasers or electrosurgical devices.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Andrew Brenner (R-Delaware) announced this week the passage of Senate Bill 111, which will provide nearly $912 million in federal funding to support Ohio's schools and other educational providers to promote safe, effective learning for Ohio's students and make up for lost instructional time due to COVID-19.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Andrew Brenner (R-Delaware), today announced the Senate passage of House Bill 67, bipartisan legislation that provides flexibility in several areas related to state testing and graduation requirements for the 2020-21 school year.
COLUMBUS-This week, State Senator Andrew Brenner (R-Delaware) announced today the introduction of Senate Bill 126 by State Senators Stephanie Kunze (R-Hilliard) and Theresa Gavarone (R-Bowling Green), targeting the dangers of hazing at colleges and universities across Ohio.
COLUMBUS-State Senators Andrew Brenner (R-Delaware) and Louis W. Blessing III (R-Colerain Township)) today introduced new legislation providing an additional $857 million of federal funding to Ohio's public, private and vocational schools for COVID-19 pandemic-related expenses.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Andrew Brenner (R-Powell) today announced the introduction of the state's capital budget, a $2.1 billion investment in Ohio's schools, infrastructure, public services and local community projects.
COLUMBUS-State Senator Andrew Brenner (R-Powell) announced that yesterday the Ohio Senate passed Senate Bill 243, which clarifies Ohio's overtime wage statute to specify when employees qualify for overtime pay and aligns the statute with Federal Law.