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In a letter to Ohio Senator Bill Seitz, chair of the Senate’s Public Utilities Committee, the Greater Cleveland Partnership formally declared its support for Substitute Senate Bill 58 (SB58).
“In doing so,” letter notes, “we recognize the drastic changes in Ohio’s energy landscape since Substitute Senate Bill 221 was passed over five years ago.”
Click here to watch our new video in the “GCP Insight” series. Learn about our efforts to support immigration reform and why we think it’s important to economic development in the Cleveland Plus region.
We've focused our efforts on increasing the number of high-skilled visas, known as H1-B visas, and the creation of High Skilled Immigration Zones, which would allocate a block of visas to geographic areas experiencing high unemployment.
The Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) formally supports Substitute Senate Bill 58 (SB58), a legislative proposal aimed at reforming Ohio’s energy efficiency and alternative energy mandates.
In doing so, we recognize the drastic changes in Ohio’s energy landscape since Substitute Senate Bill 221 was passed over five years ago.
In keeping with the Greater Cleveland Partnership’s position on immigration reform, last week the GCP Advocacy Team traveled to Washington, D.C. with the U.S. Chamber and chamber partners in the Great Lakes region to advocate for immigration reform.
Over 600 travelers from industry, business, agriculture, the religious community, and grassroots organizations participated in the event. Meetings focused on the House of Representatives, which has taken a piecemeal approach to reform by introducing multiple pieces of legislation covering separate policy items in each.