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John Patterson

  • Ohio
  • Representative
  • Democrat
  • District 99

Capitol Office

77 S. High St
10th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215

Email rep99@ohiohouse.gov

Phone 614-466-1405

Fax 614-719-6999

Serving District 99

Sponsored Bills


HB 635

To amend sections 3314.015, 3314.016, and 3314.02 and to repeal sections 3314.021 and 3314.027 of the Revised Code and to amend Section 265.335 of H.B. 166 of the 133rd General Assembly to require all community school sponsors to receive approval from and enter into an agreement with the Department of Education and to make changes regarding eligibility for the Quality Community School Support Program.

  • Introduced May 19 2020

HB 662

Conduct fall 3rd grade English language assessment in November

  • Introduced May 19 2020

HR 342

Adopts rule-face coverings within legislative walls.

  • Introduced May 19 2020

HB 631

Establish municipal regional economic development alliances

  • Introduced May 13 2020
  • Refer to Committee May 19 2020
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Recent Votes


Oct 02, 2019

John Patterson voted Yes

Pass

Jan 28, 2020

John Patterson voted Yes

HB 18

Pass

Concurred in Senate amendments

Jun 05, 2019

John Patterson voted Yes

HB 80

Pass

Reported - Substitute


Sources

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