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Cutrona passes more bills than any other House Representative in 2021 (via WFMJ)

Ohio State Representative Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) has passed more bills than any other House representative in 2021 with a grand total of seven bills passed this year.

"Passing seven necessary and essential pieces of legislation is something that I am extremely proud to have accomplished. I am honored to be viewed as an effective legislator Ohio, but this wouldn't have been possible without the help of so many of my colleagues in the House," Cutrona said.

The bills passed by Cutrona this year encompass many different policy areas. The following are bills passed by Cutrona this year:

-House Bill 163, which prohibits mandatory overtime for nurses.

-House Bill 169, which captured $4.2 billion in federal dollars to invest in Ohio's schools, health care industry, first responders and law enforcement.

-House Bill 191, which designated a bridge spanning I-680 on SR-164 to be named after Don Manning.

-House Bill 193, which requires all schedule II prescriptions to be made electronically to prevent fraud, which contributes to the Opioid crisis.

-House Bill 218, which protects workers and students from vaccine mandates and vaccine passports.

-House Bill 243, which established that no political subdivision can regulate knives more strictly than the state.

-House Bill 292, which creates a temporary sales tax exemption for electronic vehicle production parts and creates the Electronic Vehicle Commission.

Cutrona says he looks forward to working on even more bills in 2022, including a legislation that prevents sex offenders from working with children and another that eliminates sales tax on gun ammo.

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