The bill allocates $20 million this year for broadband and establishes the Ohio Residential Broadband Expansion Program.
China’s demand for animal protein is driving the the need for soybeans and soybean meal around the world, according to Aimpoint’s Gregg Doud.
Nationwide has taken a strong position on distracted driving, advocating for all 50 states to adopt hands-free, primary enforcement laws to curb distracted driving.
The new legislation would expand the number of awards to qualifying veterinarians by exempting the loan amount from the 37% federal withholding tax.
The act breaks down barriers for farmers and foresters interested in participating in carbon markets so they can be rewarded for climate-smart practices.
The Health Action Alliance is focused on working directly with businesses to reach employees and share information about COVID-19 vaccine options.
Brandon Kern talks about the results from the Environmental Law and Policy Center and how those results were achieved.
The letter also addressed Ohio farmers’ commitment to water quality.
Ohio will be ending the supplemental unemployment aid from the federal government June 26.
The legislative priorities are aimed at improving and enhancing Ohio’s business and job climate and increasing opportunities for Ohio families.