OEA Legislative Scorecard

Your Representative is:

Paula Hicks-Hudson

Democrat District 44

Notes: OEA endorsed candidate in last election.

Legislator Scorecard

  • Prohibit public schools from requiring students to wear a mask: (HB 400) - OEA Position is no; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Make changes to election laws: (HB 387) - OEA Position is no; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Prohibit teaching, advocating, or promoting divisive concepts: (HB 327) - OEA Position is no; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Regards the teaching of certain current events, race, and sex: (HB 322) - OEA Position is no; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Express intent for school funding formula: (HB 290) - OEA Position is no; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Enact Ohio Fairness Act; prohibit certain types of discrimination: (HB 208) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson Voted : YES
  • Replace Ohio Teacher Residency program with local mentorship: (HB 151) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Dissolve existing academic distress commissions: (HB 100) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Regards persons authorized to go armed within school safety zone: (HB 99) - OEA Position is no; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Regards educational testing, assessment, and retention: (HB 73) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Dissolve academic distress commissions: (HB 54) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson did not vote.
  • Create new school financing system: (HB 1) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson Voted : YES
  • Eliminate required assessment for high school graduation: (HB 82) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson Voted : YES
  • Seek waiver from federal testing requirements: (HB 67) - OEA Position is yes; Paula Hicks-Hudson Voted : YES
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    OEA Comments on Current Bills

      • Provide flexibility on testing and graduation in response to COVID. House consideration of Senate amendments passed 96-0.
      • Revise school district and school building report card law. House consideration of Senate amendments passed 91-3.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 1 to adopt the Fair School Funding Plan. OEA supports the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 54 to dissolve Academic Distress Commissions. OEA supports the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 73 aimed at reducing standardized testing. OEA supports the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 99 to reduce training requirements for armed school personnel. OEA opposes the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 100 to dissolve Academic Distress Commissions. OEA supports the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 151 to replace Ohio teacher residency program with local mentorship. OEA supports the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 208 to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. OEA supports the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 290 to express intent of school funding based on universal vouchers. OEA opposes the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 322 to prohibit teaching of topics related to race, sex and gender. OEA opposes the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 327 to prohibit schools from teaching “divisive concepts.” OEA opposes the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 387 to restrict voting rights by requiring photo ID and limiting early voting options. OEA opposes the bill.
      • Co-Sponsor of HB 400 to ban mask mandates at public schools. OEA opposes the bill.