Obhof recognized as 'Watchdog' for Ohio taxpayers
September 17, 2012
State Senator Larry Obhof (R-Medina) was recently named a "Watchdog of the Treasury" by the United Conservatives of Ohio for his commitment to fiscal responsibility and government efficiency during the 129th General Assembly.
Senator Obhof, who serves as a member of the Government Oversight and Reform Committee, has been a strong advocate of policies that attract investment, business growth and job creation to local communities. He supported the establishment of the Common Sense Initiative, which reforms the way businesses are regulated in Ohio, as well as legislation requiring performance audits of state agencies to make sure tax dollars are being spent as efficiently as possible.
"I came to Columbus to hold the line on spending and streamline government, and I am honored to be recognized for these efforts," Obhof said. "Moving forward, I will continue to push for spending tax dollars wisely and will work for smaller, more responsive government."
The United Conservatives of Ohio advocate for public policy that promotes free enterprise, low taxes and greater efficiency in government.