OEA Legislative Scorecard

OEA Government Relations has developed and will maintain an updated legislative scorecard for each member of the General Assembly.  The scorecard is in spreadsheet format and posted here, on the OEA website.  The scorecard will track floor votes on bills that OEA has taken a position on (support/oppose) and has notified the members of the voting body of that position.  Additionally, co-sponsors of bills that OEA has intense interest (either in favor or against) will be tracked.

The scorecard can be viewed here.  As a guide, votes and co-sponsorships that align with OEA’s position will be listed in green. Votes and co-sponsorships that are in opposition to OEA’s position are listed in red.

At present, there is one House vote and zero Senate votes listed on the scorecard.

House Bill 21 would improve charter student residency verification.  OEA supports this bill. It passed the House 94-0.

Below is the list of co-sponsorships on key legislation that are listed on the scorecard.

Senate Bill 39 strenghtens charter e-school accountability and transparency.  OEA supports this bill.

Senate Bill 85 would greatly expand private school vouchers in the state.  OEA opposes this bill.

Senate Bill 240 would improve the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) based on recommendations of the Educator Standards Board.  OEA supports this bill.

Senate Bill 246 would limit out-of-school suspensions and expulsions for K-3 students for most non-violent incidents and require schools to implement a positive behavior intervention and support framework (PBIS).  OEA supports this bill.

House Bill 53 is Right to Work is wrong legislation for the public sector.  OEA opposes this bill.

House Bill 87 requires misspent public funds recovered from charter schools to be returned to school districts.  OEA supports this bill.

House Bill 113 is Right to Work is wrong legislation for the private sector.  OEA opposes this bill.

House Bill 200 would greatly expand private school vouchers in the state.  OEA opposes this bill.

House Bill 298 would reduce sick leave for public employees and exclude sick leave from collective bargaining.  OEA opposes this bill.

HJR 7 is a proposed constitutional amendment to institute Right to Work is wrong for the public sector.  OEA is opposed.

HJR 8 is a proposed constitutional amendment to institute Right to Work is wrong for the private sector.  OEA is opposed.

HJR 9 is a proposed constitutional amendment eliminating prevailing wage.  OEA is opposed.

HJR 10 is a proposed constitutional amendment prohibiting project labor agreements.  OEA is opposed.

HJR 11 is a proposed constitutional amendment requiring annual recertification for labor unions.  OEA is opposed.

HJR 12 is a proposed constitutional amendment prohibiting payroll deduction for union dues.  OEA is opposed.

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