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Robert Mecklenborg ()

Ohio House of Representatives

Republican - District _030
77 S. High St.
14th Floor
Columbus, OH  43215-6111 

Phone: 614-466-8258
Fax: 614-719-3584
 


Email: district30@ohr.state.oh.us
Web Site: http://www.house.state.oh.us/index.php?option=com_displaymembers&task=detail&district=30

128 Legislative Session
129 Legislative Session



 

The following is cumulative list of all votes recorded for this legislator. Click on a bill number below to see details for that bill. Click on a vote date below to see details for that vote.

 



Bill Issue Name Vote Description How
Voted
Chamber's
Position
Vote
Date
SB 5 Public and Political Affairs Makes changes concerning public employees collective bargaining, salary schedules and compensation, layoff procedures, and leave. Yea For 3/30/2011
HB 2 Public and Political Affairs Requires performance audits of at least four state agencies per biennium. Yea For 2/23/2011
HB 1 Taxation & Economic Development Establishes JobsOhio, a public/private partnership comprised of a nine-person board chaired by the governor, and charged with directing Ohio's economic development and job creation efforts. Yea For 2/16/2011
HB 1 Taxation & Economic Development Establishes JobsOhio, a public/private partnership comprised of a nine-person board chaired by the governor, charged with directing Ohio's economic development and job creation efforts. Yea For 2/1/2011
HB 523 Human Resources and Benefits Nay Against 12/8/2010
HB 329 Taxation & Economic Development Adds employees working from home as eligible employees for purposes of the job creation and retention credits. Yea For 5/12/2010
HB 348 Taxation & Economic Development Increases the cap on tax credits that can be issued annually by the Ohio Venture Capital Authority from $20 million to $26.5 million per year and raises the aggregate limit from $380 million to $550 million. Yea For 5/12/2010
HB 486 Legal & Business Regulation Prohibits licensees under the Small Loan, Mortgage Loan and Check-Cashing Business Acts from charging a fee for cashing a check or money order that was disbursed for a loan made by the licensee and prohibits licensees from charging more than one loan origination or credit investigation fee per customer in a 90-day period. Nay Against 5/12/2010
HB 276 Legal & Business Regulation Revises state regulation of telephone companies, removes telegraph companies from utility regulations and revises the law concerning confidential information of public utilities. Yea For 3/16/2010
HJR 12 Taxation & Economic Development Conference committee vote authorizing a constitutional amendment for a $700 million, four-year renewal of the Third Frontier Program that would be placed on the May 2010 statewide ballot. Yea For 2/3/2010
HB 8 Health Care Requires coverage for specified services for individuals diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Nay Against 12/8/2009
HB 81 Health Care Requires coverage for diabetes equipment, supplies, and medication and for diabetes self-management education. Nay Against 12/8/2009
HB 230 Small Business Contains a number of provisions aimed at helping small businesses understand and comply with state regulation. Specifically, the legislation creates an electronic system that will notify interested parties of proposed rules and accept comments regarding those proposed rules. Also requires the state to consider a list of factors when creating and implementing new rules, such as whether the rule is unnecessarily duplicative of federal law, should contain an expiration date or can be applied consistently across the state. Yea For 10/28/2009
HB 1 Taxation & Economic Development An amendment was offered by Rep. Ross McGregor to remove an autism mandate from the biennial state operating budget. The Ohio Chamber supported the McGregor amendment. The voting record reflects a procedural vote to table the McGregor amendment. The motion to table the McGregor amendment passed, therefore the mandate remained in the bill. Nay Against 4/29/2009



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