Wilson served as a Democrat in the Ohio House of Representatives from 1997 until 2005, a followed by two years in the Ohio Senate.
What does OHR stand for?
OHR stands for Ohio House of Representatives
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- Outdoor Health Questionnaire (UK)
- Overseas Headquarters
- Ontario Health Quality Council (Canada)
- On Hand Quantities with Dollar Amount
- Oral Health-Related Quality of Life (UK)
- Oak Hills Research (Aurora, CO)
- Office for Human Rights (various locations)
- Office of Health Research
- Office of Human Resources
- Office of the High Representative (in Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Old Homes Restored (show)
- Operational Hazard Reports
- Optical Handwriting Recognition
- Optimal Hedge Ratio (investing)
- Oracle Human Resources (software)
- Orchestre d'Harmonie du Rhone
- Order Handling Rules (stock trading)
- Occupational Health Risk Assessment Questionnaire
- Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance (Iraq)
- Olde Hanwell Residents Association (UK)
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He was appointed to the Ohio House of Representatives and served there until term limits were exhausted.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The Honorable Kevin DeWine (R-Fairborn), Speaker Pro Tempore of the Ohio House of Representatives, gave the keynote for the event, outlining the state's plans to improve Ohio's economy, in part by decreasing state spending by $2 billion in an effort to keep more money in the pockets of Ohio's residents.
Among the many other accolades and honors granted were a proclamation from Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner; a citation from the Toledo City Council; a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur; citations issued by the Ohio House of Representatives from the Hon.
The Ohio House of Representatives, charged with approving the governor's budget first, dramatically altered his plan, reducing the number of slots to 1,000 and adding some unusual conditions.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that Republicans in the Ohio House of Representatives have proposed a new plan under which the state would pay the cost of vehicle emissions testing for those residing in seven northeast counties where the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has recommended that such testing continues.
The bill, which was part of a larger tort reform effort, passed the Ohio House of Representatives and is being debated in the Senate.