Cleveland-Today, State Senator Sandra Williams (D-Cleveland) hosted a holiday food giveaway at the Glenville Elks Lodge in Cleveland, where she provided food to residents of her senate district who are in need of assistance.
COLUMBUS— Senator Sandra Williams has introduced two pieces of legislation, Senate Bill 196 and Senate Bill 197 to combat bullying in the State of Ohio. The first bill, SB 197, will require a tiered disciplinary procedure for harassment, intimidation or bullying in school and to make willful harassment, intimidation or bullying of another student a minor misdemeanor under certain circumstances.
COLUMBUS – On March 14, 2017, Senator Sandra Williams was recognized at a reception hosted by Ohio Jewish Communities for her unwavering dedication to the Jewish community. The mission of Ohio Jewish Communities is to represent Ohio's Jewish federations, partner agencies and congregations for the purpose of enhancing the Jewish community's ability to provide human necessities.
CLEVELAND—This weekend, Senator Sandra Williams (D-Cleveland), along with State Representative Janine Boyd and State Representative Stephanie Howse, facilitated an Energy Expo for residents in the Cleveland area. Held at the Third District Police Station, the event attracted over 100 citizens. The Energy Expo consisted of community organizations and agencies with the common goal of educating people about their energy bill options and helping lower their energy bills or set up payment plans if they were struggling to pay their current bill.
COLUMBUS – Today, State Senator Sandra Williams (D-Cleveland) is hosting a holiday food giveaway at the Glenville Elks Lodge in Cleveland. Senator Williams’ goal is to bring holiday cheer by helping those who are struggling to put food on the table in her district.
Columbus—Today, The Ohio Senate Democratic Caucus sent the following letter to the members of the Ohio Congressional Delegation, requesting a full bipartisan investigation into foreign interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Columbus—The National Black Conference of State Legislatures (NBCSL) recently presented Ohio Senator Sandra Williams (D-Cleveland) with the “2016 Regional Legislator of the Year” award at the NBCSL 40th Annual Legislative Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Columbus—Today, the Ohio Senate Democratic Caucus sent the following letter to Governor John R. Kasich, calling on him to veto the five bills the caucus views as the most inconsistent with the needs of Ohioans.
COLUMBUS – Tonight, members of the Ohio Senate Democratic Caucus expressed opposition to the Senate passage of House Bill 48. This bill expands the areas in which it is legal to carry a concealed firearm to include several high-risk locations. This includes daycares, airports, and several government buildings – such as libraries, City halls, Boards of Elections, and public hospitals.