The Ohio Senate today passed House Bill 167, which established new school levy requirements for the Columbus School District. Known as the “Columbus Plan,” this bill would also allow for the school to partner with and share revenue with authorized community schools.

The following statement may be attributed in whole or in part to Senator Kevin Bacon (R- Village of Minerva Park):

"Community schools provide an innovative way to continue to develop and grow Ohio's diverse workforce. This plan is meaningful to Columbus schools and the families and students that are a part of the Columbus community. This is a bipartisan plan that creates additional opportunity and potential for our young people by focusing on the health and development of the youth of central Ohio."

 
 
 
  
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PHOTO: Bacon Joins Governor For Bill Signing, Strengthening Ohio's Protection Order Laws

 

“In many cases current law does not allow for prosecution of individuals who intentionally avoid and knowingly violate protection orders,” said Bacon. 



 
 

Senator Bacon Seeks To Make Widely Popular Ohio Sales Tax Holiday Permanent

 

"Our primary goal is to provide relief for Ohio families as they prepare their kids for the new school year," said Senator Bacon.



 
 

PHOTO: Lawmakers Introduce Bill Inspired By Reagan Tokes To Strengthen Monitoring Of Violent Offenders

 

“We learned from this tragic situation that changes are needed in our sentencing and electronic monitoring of violent offenders,” said Senator Bacon.



 
 

Helping Families Save On Back-to-School Shopping: The Ohio Sales Tax Holiday Set For August 4-6

 

In the Ohio Senate, we know that Ohio’s families could use some help, and we are committed to easing their burden.