Entries by Jena Powell

GOOD NEWS: Powell Announces Legislation Protecting Elections, Places of Worship Signed into Law

Powell Announces Legislation Protecting Elections, Places of Worship Signed into Law COLUMBUS – State Rep. Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) announced that legislation protecting in-person voting and places of worship was signed into law this week. “Protecting in-person voting and keeping our churches open is a top priority for me,” said Powell. “I’m thrilled this legislation will […]

Powell Announces ‘Good Samaritan Expansion Bill’ Signed into Law

Powell Announces ‘Good Samaritan Expansion Bill’ Signed into Law COLUMBUS – State Rep. Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) today announced that legislation protecting healthcare providers, first responders, schools, small businesses and others from frivolous lawsuits stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic was signed into law. “This is great news for Ohioans,” said Powell. “Our small businesses and workers […]

Great News for Ohio!

Yesterday, the Ohio House passed two incredible bills. One, HB 606, provides COVID-19 litigation reform (policy point 4). The second, HB 272, ensures that government bureaucrats are not allowed to close places of worship, and also ensures in-person voting this November (policy point 7). This is great news for Ohioans! We are not done yet […]

‘Community Conversation’ event on Covid-19 Data with Special Guest, Troy Fire Chief Matthew Simmons

    ARCANUM — State Rep. Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) will be hosting a community conversation event with Troy Fire Chief Matthew Simmons to discuss COVID-19 numbers and statistics. The event will be held via Facebook Live on Wednesday, August 12 at noon. “I look forward to discussing COVID-19 with a well-respected leader in our community,” […]

Powell announces ‘Community Conversation’ event on Covid-19 Data with Special Guest, Troy Fire Chief Matthew Simmons

ARCANUM — State Rep. Jena Powell (R-Arcanum) on Tuesday announced she will be hosting a community conversation event with Troy Fire Chief Matthew Simmons to discuss COVID-19 numbers and statistics. The event will be held via Facebook Live on Wednesday, August 12 at noon. “I look forward to discussing COVID-19 with a well-respected leader in […]