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BREAKING NEWS, The Ohio Roofing Contractors Association’s Board of Directors is pleased to report that House Bill 88, to create a commercial roofing contractor’s license, has passed the Ohio House!
The bill was passed by a wide, bi-partisan majority after a UNANIMOUS vote in the House Commerce and Labor Committee! Now the bill will head to the Ohio Senate for committee hearings and hopefully a vote on the Senate floor by the end of the year.
Our thanks go out to our dedicated bill sponsor, Representative Tom Patton, and co-sponsors, Representatives Cindy Abrams, Sara P. Carruthers, Al Cutrona, Mark Fraizer, Adam Holmes, Mark Johnson, Mike Loychik, Gayle Manning, Joseph A. Miller III, Lisa A. Sobecki, Bride Rose Sweeney, Daniel P. Troy and Terrence Upchurch.
Thank you as well to ORCA President, Fred Horner, and ORCA Past President, Bill Kilcoyne, for their excellent testimony on the bill during the House hearings. We would also like to extend our thanks to the Mid-states District Council of Roofers and Waterproofers for their stalwart support of this legislation.
Please help us continue our hard work in the Senate by providing a voluntary corporate contribution to the Ohio Roofing Contractors Association that can be used for our lobbying expenses or you can contribute personal funds to the ORCA Political Action Committee here: (add givesmart info)
You can see the full text of the bill here: House Bill 88 | The Ohio Legislature