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About Wayne Lawrence

Wayne Lawrence is Vice-President of Weiss Movers and Storage. Wayne is WHACC's Board Chair and on the Advocacy committee. *This content is curated by Wayne Lawrence, President of Weiss Movers & Storage, with permission by the Ohio Trucking Association.

Legislative Update: Health Order Bill, Operating Budget, PUCO

*This content is curated by WHACC Board Member Wayne Lawrence, President of Weiss Movers & Storage, and originally provided by the Ohio Trucking Association. The ongoing fight between Ohio’s lawmakers and Governor DeWine over executive authority during the pandemic escalated recently when the legislature successfully overrode a veto by Governor DeWine of legislation that would allow […]

Legislative Update: House Bill 110, BWC, & Ohio Trucking

*This content is curated by WHACC Board Member Wayne Lawrence, President of Weiss Movers & Storage, and originally provided by the Ohio Trucking Association. Work continues on the DeWine Administration’s proposed biennial budget bill (HB 110), which was introduced in February. The proposed legislation appropriates nearly $75 million in GRF spending over the next two […]

Legislative Update: Statehouse Budget

*This content is curated by WHACC Board Member Wayne Lawrence, President of Weiss Movers & Storage, and originally provided by the Ohio Trucking Association. In February the DeWine Administration unveiled its proposal for its $171.6 billion biennial budget. While the actual budget language has yet to be introduced, the DeWine Administration did release the budget […]

Legislative Updates: News from the State House – September 2019

ADDICTION/SUBSTANCE ABUSE Dublin, Ireland-based pharmaceutical company Endo announced that it has tentatively agreed to a settlement in the consolidated opioid lawsuit being litigated in federal court in Cleveland with both Cuyahoga and Summit counties. Another Ireland-based company, Allergan, also reportedly offered a settlement to Cuyahoga County. Citing the tobacco settlement as a cautionary tale, former […]

Legislative Updates: News from the State House – July 2019

The Ohio House recently passed its version of the state’s $69 billion operating budget. In an expression of bipartisanship not usually seen with massive policy bills like the state budget, the House passed the bill (HB166) by a vote of 85-9. Prior tothe floor vote, the bill underwent some significant changes, including a massive tax overhaul. The bill eliminates the income tax on income below $22,250 […]

Legislative Updates: News from the State House -June 2019

GAMING/GAMBLING Casinos and racinos offering sports betting under HB194 (Greenspan-Kelly) would be required to pay an application fee of $100,000, as well as an annual renewal fee of $100,000 or 1 percent of the sportsbook’s “handle” over the previous one-year period, whichever is less. During sponsor testimony before the House Finance Committee on Thursday, Rep. […]

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