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State Budget Update Webinar
Jun 21, 2021
1:00-2:00 p.m.

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State Budget and Health Orders Update — April 26
(Originally presented April 26, 2021)
Presenters: Jay Smith, Director of Government and Legal Services and Michelle Francis, Executive Director, Ohio Library Council

This webinar provides an update on the state budget process to date, changes in Substitute House Bill (Sub. HB) 110 that affect public libraries, and OLC’s advocacy efforts with the Ohio Senate. The webinar also clarifies recent health orders from the Ohio Department of Health.

 

State Budget Update and Preparing for Ohio Library Week Webinar — March 22
(Originally presented  March 22, 2021)
Presenters: Jay Smith, Director of Government and Legal Services and Michelle Francis, Executive Director, Ohio Library Council

This webinar provides an update on the state budget process to date, recent OLC testimony and talking points to use with legislators. In addition, you’ll also learn more about Ohio Library Week, a virtual advocacy event in place of the OLC’s annual Legislative Day.

 

State Budget Advocacy Update Webinar — Feb. 22
(Originally presented Feb. 22, 2021)
Presenters: Jay Smith, Director of Government and Legal Services and Michelle Francis, Executive Director, Ohio Library Council

This webinar provides an update on the state budget process to date, recent testimony and talking points to use with legislators.

State Budget Advocacy Webinar — Feb. 8
(Originally presented Feb. 8, 2021)
Presenters: Jay Smith, Director of Government and Legal Services and Michelle Francis, Executive Director, Ohio Library Council

The Ohio House of Representatives will soon begin working on the biennial state budget following its introduction by the administration. This will be an extremely important time as the OLC and its member libraries continue their advocacy efforts to restore state funding for public libraries through the Public Library Fund (PLF). The OLC hosted a webinar to help prepare library directors, fiscal officers and trustees to work with the members of the new General Assembly.