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March First Friday Legislative Update Call

Date & Time

March 5, 2021
1:00 pm2:00 pm

Location

Go To Webinar

Join OAESV in welcoming Representative Laura Lanese and Representative Kristin Boggs for a discussion about HB 121, the legislative effort to remove the spousal exemption in sex crimes and permit spousal testimony.

 

 

 

Representative Kristin Boggs is a dedicated public servant and an advocate for a strong public education system, economic opportunity for working people and a fair and compliant election process. She is committed to being a strong voice for Ohio’s working class by fighting for fair wages and economic security, and her passionate advocacy work extends to important issues such as voting rights, affordable education and domestic violence.  Boggs represents the 18th House District, which consists of Columbus, Bexley, Grandview Heights and parts of central Franklin County.

 

 

 

 

Representative Laura Lanese is the daughter of a retired vocational school teacher and a Navy veteran and grew up all over the country as a military dependent. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University, a Juris Doctor degree with Honors from the Ohio State University, where she was a law journal editor and a Masters of Law degree with distinction from Georgetown University, where she studied International Law and National Security. She is currently in her third term in the Ohio House of Representatives. She represents the 23rd Ohio House District, which includes Grove City, Jackson Township, Urbancrest and portions of Hilliard, Norwich Township, Prairie Township, Franklin Township and Columbus.

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