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    Ohio (2009)

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    Mission: Contact members of the State and Local Government and Veterans Affairs Committee and ask them to pass SB35

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    To the Homorable_______

    I'm writting today to ask Senator______ to please pass SB 35 onto the full Senate for vote. It is vital that Ohio pass immigration enforcement legislation to protect the jobs of citizens and from crime. Ohio must take action since those in DC have failed to enforce immigration laws and protect Americans.

    Update: Ohio ALIPAC supporters are encouraged to contact your state Reps and Senators asap and ask to speak at a committee meeting on Tuesday, March 10th, regarding SB 35. We need people to speak out in favor of SB 35. Several ALIPACers already plan to attend and speak and we need you there to speak or offer crowd support.


    State Website
    http://ohio.gov/

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Governor Ted Strickland
    Governor's Office
    Riffe Center, 30th Floor
    77 South High Street
    Columbus, OH 43215-6108
    General Info: (614) 466-3555
    Fax: (614) 466-9354
    http://www.governor.ohio.gov/
    e-mail form
    http://www.governor.ohio.gov/Assistance ... fault.aspx

    State Senate:
    http://www.senate.state.oh.us/senators/by_name.html

    State and Local Government and Veterans Affairs Committee
    http://www.senate.state.oh.us/committees/com_state.html

    House of Representatives:
    http://www.house.state.oh.us/index.php? ... &Itemid=55

    Legislature in Process:
    http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/search.cfm

    Session Schedules
    Jan 2 - Thru year
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    Bills

    SB35

    Directs the Ohio Attorney General to pursue a memorandum of agreement with the United States Attorney General concerning the enforcement of federal immigration laws in Ohio.

    Requires the Ohio Attorney General to designate the appropriate law enforcement officers to be trained, as specified in the memorandum, in the enforcement of the relevant federal immigration laws.

    State and Local Government and Veterans Affairs Committee

    HB 184

    would require public and private employers to register for a program such as “E-verify,â€
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    Bill would allow officers to arrest illegals
    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-148400.html
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    Immigration law aims to protect American jobs

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-156756.html
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    This bill is presently with the Judiciay Committe. E-mail your state representation, in Ohio and ask him/her to urge the Comm to give this bill a vote.

    ~ magyart


    H.B. 184 ~ the Ohio Job Integrity Protection Act.

    State Rep. Courtney Combs (R) introduced legislation (HB 184) that would require private employers, as well as local governments and their contractors, to use the E-Verify system to check the eligibility of new hires to work in the U.S. The bill also would require jails to verify the citizenship status of anyone arrested and prohibit cities from passing ordinances that restrict law enforcement or public agencies from cooperating with federal immigration officials.

    If you are a constituent of one of the committee members noted below, please email and call (during normal business hours only) to ask him/her to ensure the bill gets an up vote in committee, and to vote YES on the bill.

    Kevin Bacon (R) - (614) 644-6030 district21@ohr.state.oh.us

    Louis W. Blessing, Jr. (R) - (614) 466-9091 district29@ohr.state.oh.us

    Barbara Boyd (D) - (614) 644-5079 district09@ohr.state.oh.us

    Danny R. Bubp (R; bill co-sponsor) - (614) 644-6034 district88@ohr.state.oh.us

    Ted Celeste (D) - (614) 644-6005 district24@ohr.state.oh.us

    William P. Coley, II (R) - (614) 466-8550 district55@ohr.state.oh.us

    Matthew J. Dolan (R; Ranking Minority Member) - (614) 644-5088 district98@ohr.state.oh.us

    Sandra Stabile Harwood (D; Committee Chair) - (614) 466-3488 district65@ohr.state.oh.us

    Mark D. Okey (D) - (614) 466-1464 district61@ohr.state.oh.us

    Mark A. Schneider (D) - (614) 644-6074 district63@ohr.state.oh.us

    Michael Skindell (D) - (614) 466-5921 district13@ohr.state.oh.us


    If your representative does not serve on the Judiciary Committee, please ask him/her via email to work to ensure the bill gets an up-or-down vote in committee, and to vote YES on HB 184 when it reaches the House floor. A link to contact information for all state representatives can be found on this page: http://www.house.state.oh.us/index.php? ... &Itemid=57

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    Called Matthew J. Dolan (R; Ranking Minority Member) - (614) 644-5088 district98@ohr.state.oh.us and left msg.

    9/21/2009

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    Called Kevin Bacon (R) - (614) 644-6030 district21@ohr.state.oh.us and discussed issue with staff member. He asked numerous questions about the bill and said he would discuss it with Kevin Bacan.

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    Called Louis W. Blessing, Jr. (R) - (614) 466-9091 district29@ohr.state.oh.us and asked for his support. I spoke with a very nice staff member that explained he can't speak for Louis Blessing, but he would typically support this type of bill.

    He said the Committee Chair really decides when it would be voted on. It's a Rep. bill and we have a Dem. Chair., so the bill may not be supported by the Chairwoman - Sandra Stabile Harwood (D; Committee Chair) - (614) 466-3488 district65@ohr.state.oh.us

    Please call or email:
    Sandra Stabile Harwood (D; Committee Chair) -
    (614) 466-3488

    Email address: district65@ohr.state.oh.us

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    I sent out this email. Pls copy it, modify it and send your own email. Thank you.

    Sandra Stabile Harwood, OH - Dem. Judiciary Committee Chair,

    Re.: H.B. 184 ~ the Ohio Job Integrity Protection Act.

    Please, work to ensure H.B. 184, gets an up-or-down vote in committee, and to vote YES, on HB 184.

    This bill would force Ohio employers to verify social security numbers of new hires, with the federal govt. Employers would use the federal E-verify system, which is a free resource to all employers.

    Using this system removers the burden of verification, from employers and puts it with the federal govt. Ninety seven percent of new hires are electronically verified within 60 seconds. Anyone that isn't verified has job protection, in that he/she can't be fired. They are given amble opportunity to correct any error in the SSA data base. No American or legal resident has ever lost his job, due to E-verify.

    Our nation's unemployment rate is almost 10% and climbing. Even if the recession is "technically" over, this rate will continue to climb.

    I'm hoping all our elected representatives, in Ohio, due all they can to employee legal residents. Every Ohioan needs a job, inorder not to lose his/her house. Please help.

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    District: 65
    Term: 4th
    Term Limit: Not eligible to run for another two-year term
    Address:
    77 S. High St
    13th Floor
    Columbus, OH 43215-6111
    Phone: (614) 466-3488
    Fax: (614) 719-3965
    Email: district65@ohr.state.oh.us

    Biography of:

    State Representative Sandra Stabile Harwood (D-Niles) of the 65th District has been serving her constituents in Trumbull County with pride since 2003.

    Rep. Stabile Harwood regularly champions the causes of children, seniors, health care, economic development and equality. The Niles native and practicing attorney graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration then earned her law degree from the University of Akron.

    Her passion for protecting children led her to a decade of service for the Trumbull County Child Support Enforcement Agency. Rep. Harwood served as in House Counsel and Chief Administrative Hearing Officer, overseeing all hearings and officers to ensure compliance with federal and state laws. She also served as president of the Ohio Family Support Association and was recently reelected to serve as the Ohio State Director for the National Foundation for Women Legislators.

    Her work on behalf of children followed her to the Ohio House of Representatives. Rep. Harwood has sponsored legislation concerning health insurance costs in child support orders, and she has fought for regulations of child and youth care workers. For her tireless advocacy for children, the Ohio Child Support Director Association named Rep. Harwood its 2006 Legislator of the Year. She received the Breast Cancer Hero Award from the Ohio Breast Cancer Coalition in 2005 for legislation that provided funding for breast cancer research and assistance for victims.

    Rep. Harwood has also fought for expanding health care option for school employees, a motor fuel tax exemption for schools, regulations for construction and demolition debris facilities, economic growth and development, and expansion of the passport program for seniors. She led the effort to remove derogatory terms toward African-Americans from the Ohio Revised Code and broaden the prohibition of discrimination in the state.
    She received the Breast Cancer Hero Award from the Ohio Breast Cancer Coalition in 2005 for legislation that provided funding for breast cancer research and assistance for victims. She is a graduate of the Fellowship Program of the Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership, and the Robert M LaFollette School of Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin.

    The fourth-term legislator is Chair of the Ohio House Judiciary Committee, and serves as a member of the Aging and Disability Services Committee, the Civil and Commercial Law Committee, Insurance Committee and the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review.

    Harwood lives in Niles with her husband Tom. They have a blended family of five children and six grandchildren.

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