"Human trafficking is a sobering reality and a growing criminal enterprise in Ohio," said Obhof. "As we continue our efforts to stomp out modern-day slavery and combat these heinous crimes, we must also acknowledge and defend the victims who struggle to rebuild their lives."
“Over the past few years, I have worked to improve Ohio’s corporate law and strengthen Ohio’s business climate,” said Obhof. “Senate Bill 181 will keep us moving in the right direction by bringing clarity to Ohio’s corporate code.”
“I am grateful for this new opportunity to serve the people of the 22nd District and the State of Ohio,” said Obhof. “We have made great strides over the past five years, and I look forward to building on that progress as I serve the 22nd District and Ohio in this new capacity."
"The LSC Fellowship gives recent graduates an unparalleled look at how state government operates," said Obhof. "Not only do the fellows play an important roll in our everyday work, they also gain invaluable experience that they can use throughout their careers."
“We have worked hard to improve Ohio’s business climate and to make our state more attractive to employers,” Obhof said. “These changes, paired with lower taxes and regulatory reform, are helping to turn our economy around and creating new opportunities for Ohio families.”
“Senate Bill 2 protects Ohioans’ ability to take advantage of tax benefits that they are entitled to,” Obhof said. “This puts the necessary changes in place as we go through the current tax filing season, and it will help Ohioans’ keep more of their hard-earned money.”
In 2016, my colleagues and I remain focused on moving Ohio forward. I value your input, and I hope to hear any ideas that you may have about how to improve our great state. Please do not hesitate to contact my office if you have questions, concerns, or ideas about any issue facing Ohio.
"During an emergency, we need people to lend a helping hand without reservation," said Obhof, who co-sponsored the bill. "Existing laws could dissuade professionals from responding during crises, when their services are needed the most. House Bill 17 will help our communities to respond to and rebound from emergencies."
"It is a sobering reality that this modern-day slavery occurs in our state and is a growing criminal enterprise nationwide," said Obhof. "Ohio's legislature is working with the governor, attorney general and law enforcement to fight these heinous crimes."
State Senator Larry Obhof (R-Medina) and State Representative Stephen Hambley (R-Brunswick) invite Medina community residents to attend district office hours on Saturday, January 16, 2016 at the Medina County District Library.