COLUMBUS – Governor John R. Kasich today signed into law Senate Bill 206, sponsored by Senator Dave Burke (R-Marysville), which overhauls Ohio's Medicaid program with goals to create accountability, reduce costs and improve health outcomes. The bill adds accountability through the Joint Medicaid Oversight Committee (JMOC), which will begin hearings the beginning of 2014. 

 
 
 
  
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Burke Applauds Job Creation And Business Investment In Marion

 

"It is always encouraging to see continued job creation and investment in our community," said Burke. "As lawmakers, it is a top priority to encourage our business owners to continue to grow, and I applaud CenMac Metalworks for bringing these additional manufacturing jobs to Marion."



 
 

Burke Announces Grants Promoting Market Expansion For Small Businesses

 

COLUMBUS—State Senator Dave Burke (R-Marysville) today announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has awarded $700,000 aimed at supporting efforts to expand Ohio’s small business markets overseas. 



 
 

Ohio Senate Approves Measure Strengthening Advocacy For Ohioans Living With Disabilities

 

"This ensures that Ohioans living with disabilities have the strongest possible voice while capitalizing on opportunities for greater efficiency in bringing these three entities together for a unified purpose," said Burke. 



 
 

Burke Announces $50,000 Grant For Local Law Enforcement To Assist Overdose Survivors With Recovery

 

"These community-based strategies are helping to reduce overdose recurrences and providing a valuable service for those struggling to overcome their addiction," said Senator Burke. "We should all be proud of the work our law enforcement professionals are doing every day here locally, and all across Ohio, to combat this epidemic."