COLUMBUS - 

Governor John R. Kasich last week signed into law Senate Bill 234, which included a number of provisions sponsored by State Senator Joe Uecker (R–Miami Township). The bill advances several initiatives to modernize Ohio’s concealed carry laws by strengthening background checks and other accountability measures while also improving access to permits for law abiding Ohioans.

Learn more about the legislation on Senator Uecker’s website here.

 
 
 
  
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Uecker Introduces Bill To Reform State Agency Rulemaking Process

 

“Whether you own a small business or are simply dealing with over regulation as an individual, we can all agree that strengthening efficiency and transparency will be a positive thing for the state's rulemaking process,” said Uecker.



 
 

Uecker Introduces Bill Supporting Rights Of Ohioans To Defend Themselves And Their Families

 

"The sad reality is that in cases of self-defense, law-abiding Ohioans are guilty until proven innocent," said Uecker. "Only compounding the anxieties of such a life-or-death situation is the obligation to prove your own innocence if, God-forbid, you are forced to use a firearm to defend yourself or your family."



 
 

Uecker Appointed To Foundation For Promoting Job Creation In Southern Ohio Farming Communities

 

"I'm honored to join this distinguished group of community leaders as we promote opportunities that help spur job creation here in southern Ohio," said Uecker. "Programs supported by the foundation also play an important role in improving quality of life for families across the region."



 
 

Senate-Passed Transportation Budget Invests $7.8 Billion For Improving Local Roads And Bridges

 

"This budget takes steps to address the infrastructure concerns of our local communities, with an additional $48 million for county and municipal road improvements," said State Senator Joe Uecker (R-Miami Township). "Investments in Ohio's robust transportation system support easier access for companies to reach new markets for their goods and services."