Friday December 14, 2018
Advocates for Ohio's Future News Highlights
- HB 785 (Miller, A) Regards notices, resources, and benefits under the Unemployment Compensation Law when an employer lays off two hundred or more employees within a seven-day period due to lack of work
- SB 348 (Wilson, S) Establishes Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Task Force
- Akron Beacon Journal: Ohio doesn't have a friend in SAL (Michael Douglas)
- "Ohio has a budget problem, and it goes by the name of SAL, the State Appropriation Limitation...charted the state’s decade of disinvestment, from 2008 to 2018, steep declines in real dollars for such priorities as higher education, transportation, human services and local governments."
Lame Duck Session
Health & Medicaid
Mental Health and Addiction
Children & Families
Poverty & Work Supports
Jobs, Economy, Wages and Workforce Development
Housing and Homelessness
Aging and Older Adults
HHS Job Corner
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