Breaking: Cleveland.com article by Brent Larkin on Ryan Smith, David Greenspan and Kyle Koehler entitled: "The Three Who Stood Up to Larry Householder"
Thank you for visiting this page. After serving for eight years in the Ohio House of Representatives, I am currently in the process of exploring a run for the Republican nomination for the State Senate in 2024 to replace my good friend and term-limited State Senator, Bob Hackett.
Having fought for conservative issues in the Ohio House from 2015-2022, I believe I have proven my ability to move the ball towards lower taxes, smaller government and allowing Ohioans to take responsibility for themselves instead of relying on Government.
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Kyle Koehler took on Payday Lenders in Ohio AND WON...
KYLE KOEHLER CALLS FOR REPEAL OF NUCLEAR BAILOUT AND NEW LEADERSHIP IN THE OHIO HOUSE...
He voted AGAINST the bailout to begin with and stands by that vote!
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State Rep. Kyle Koehler's Payday Lending Bill Passes Out of Senate
We've Come A Long Way Since October 2017
More Jobs - Lower Taxes - Smaller Government
Greenspan, Koehler, Smith - the three who stood up to Larry Householder
Reporter Brent Larkin (from cleveland.com) singles out Greenspan, former Springfield Rep. Kyle Koehler and ex-Speaker Ryan Smith as examples of Republicans who courageously eschewed political expediency to oppose Householder and his allies at the Statehouse.ews summary here.
Koehler's Student Relief Bill Signed Into Law
Substitute House Bill 67 was signed into law today by Governor Mike DeWine. Sponsored by State Representative Kyle Koehler (R-Springfield) and his joint-sponsor Adam Bird (R-New Richmond), Substitute House Bill 67 takes necessary steps to provide Ohio’s schools and students relief for end of year assessments.
No Fix on Six without Cleaning House First
“While I support Representatives Jim Hoops and Dick Stein’s attempt to fix the mess made by House Bill 6, I respectfully told the bill sponsors and House leadership that I was unwilling to vote on a bill to clean up HB 6 without first taking a vote to clean up the Ohio House.” ~ Kyle Koehler 3/10/2021
Koehler Announces Grant Money to Springfield-Beckley Airport
“This grant allows us to support the innovation of OSIP and for Ohio to grow as a leading state in electric transportation,” said Koehler. “The development of flying cars is a new and fast growing industry. I’m proud to say Ohio is a part of this revolutionary technology. I thank JobsOhio for giving the people of the 79th District this opportunity.”
Koehler's Bill to Hold E-Schools Accountable - Signed into Law
“I applaud Governor DeWine for working diligently to sign House Bill 409 into law. This legislation is straight-forward and will hold students and online schools accountable for their contribution to Ohio’s educational system through excellent attendance and participation,” said Koehler..