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Shradha Parkeh serves as our Columbus Fellow. Shradha is a junior at Ohio State University in Columbus majoring in Public Management, Leadership, & Policy, and Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies. On campus, Shradha is involved with Undergraduate Student Government and the Multicultural Center. She is a native Ohioan who is very passionate about social justice issues, especially women’s rights and equality, as well as other minority groups’ advocacy. She hopes to enact change through a position as a public servant for her community, at a local and national level. She wants to empower young women everywhere to succeed in politics and one day run for office! For Columbus inquires, contact email@example.com.
Conferences and Training
IGNITE the Capitol: Ohio
Friday, January 24, 2020 | 9:00 am to 3:00 pm | Ohio Statehouse, Columbus, OH
For the current list of conferences and training, visit our Event Calendar.
SB 92: Revise enforcement of prohibitions against wage discrimination
Bill Summary: The bill adds sexual orientation and gender identity to the continuing law list of classifications on which basis an employer may not discriminate in the payment of wages to employees.
SB 117: Require hospitals to provide certain services to sexual assault victims
Bill Summary: Establishes a standard of care for certain hospitals when caring for victims of sexual assault and requires that certain services and information on emergency contraception, sexually transmitted infections, and follow-up care be provided. Requires a hospital to comply with the standard of care for sexual assault victims without regard to the ability of a particular victim to pay for the care provided. Permits a victim who is a minor to consent to the services without requiring the hospital to notify the minor’s parent or guardian. Authorizes an individual to file a complaint with the Department of Health if the individual believes a hospital has failed to comply with the bill’s standard of care for victims of sexual assault.
SB 91: Establish family and medical leave insurance benefits
Bill Summary: Creates the Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program to provide 12 weeks of family and medical leave insurance benefits during a 12-month period to an individual to address the individual’s serious health condition, to care for a family member, or to bond with a new child.
- Coming soon!