State House Report #18

Roads Bill Passes, Opioid Task Force, & Sine Die Sine Die (Latin meaning “without a fixed day”) Adjournment occurred this past Thursday, May 11, 2017, at 5:00 pm and marked the end of this … [Read more...]

State House Report #16

Roads Bill Movement, Retirement System Reform Signed By Governor   It’s hard to believe the first year of our two-year legislative session is nearing a final close. It is during these final 6 … [Read more...]

State House Report #15

9 Days While my colleagues and I have done our part in the House to address education, workforce development, infrastructure, and the public employee retirement system among many other things, the … [Read more...]

State House Report #13

Crossover Success! My fellow House Republicans and I set out with a “Business Plan” in January addressing these key areas of importance in our state: 1.) Improving Education in Rural … [Read more...]

State House Report #12

Protecting Life, School Choice & HOA Reform   Only three legislative days remain until the crossover deadline. In order for a bill to have a chance of becoming law this year under normal … [Read more...]

State House Report #11

Advancing Pro-Life, Pro-Gun, & Pro-Military Initiatives   In this 11th week of the legislative session, we made important movement on bills to advance the cause of the unborn, enhance rights for … [Read more...]

State House Report #10

Budget Week The House debated the state budget this week and passed H. 3720, the General Appropriations Bill for FY2017/2018, and H. 3721, the Capitol Reserve Fund Appropriations Bill. My … [Read more...]

State House Report #9

Curbing Anti-Semitism, Promoting Life, Constitutional Carry & Budget Prep Wednesday of this week marked the midway period for the legislative session, and what a whirlwind of activity it has … [Read more...]