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Bill Seitz

Senator

The Ohio State University

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The Ohio State University

Background Information

Employment History

Partner of Counsel

Dinsmore & Shohl LLP


Affiliations

Ohio House of Representatives

Member


American Legislative Exchange Council

Board Member


ALEC’s

Board Member


Education President Debe Terhar

Board Member


Ohio Senate’s Public Utilities Committee

Committee


Cincinnati Public Schools Board of Education

Member


ALEC

Board Member


Cincinnati Recreation Commission

Trustee


Cincinnati Board of Education

Member


Judiciary Committee

Member


Energy

Member


State & Local Government Committee

Vice Chairman


St. Antoninus Parish Education Commission

Member


Order of the Coif

Member


Bridgetown Civic Association

Secretary


Police Associates

Member of the Fraternal Order


House Civil and Commercial Law Committee

Committee


Finance and Financial Institutions Committee

Other Standing Committees


Majority Caucus Policy Committee

Committee


The Ohio Free Press

Committee Member


Government Oversight & Reform Committee

Vice Chairman


Ohio Association of Foodbanks

Representative


Donna Ferneding Award

Representative


Politics Nationwide L.L.C

Representative


Ohio Association for Gifted Children

Representative


Cleveland Stonewall Democrats

Representative


Ohio State Bar Association

Member of the Board of Governors for the Antitrust S Section


Cincinnati Bar Association

Chair of the Law Related Education Committee


Berardi

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Member


Joint Select Committee on Volume Cap Allocation

Legislative Member


Clean Ohio Council

Legislative Member


Legislative Service Commission

Legislative Member


Education

JD


Juris Doctorate

U.C. College of Law


Juris Doctorate

University of Cincinnati College of Law


Master of Finance


SB 80


bachelor

University of Cincinnati


introduced SB 193


juris doctor

University of Cincinnati College of Law


law degree

U.C.


law degrees

University of Cincinnati


undergraduate degree

history

University of Cincinnati


Web References(143 Total References)


Hamilton County Republican Party | State of Ohio Elected Officials

www.hamiltoncountyrepublicanparty.org [cached]

State Senator - 8th District - William Seitz


koch industries | PolluterWatch

polluterwatch.org [cached]

This attack is led by Ohio state Senator Bill Seitz (R), who five years earlier voted for the law, but after accepting dirty energy money compared the law to Stalinism.
The latest step to stall and dismantle clean energy incentives is the so-called "Energy Mandates Study Committee," or "EMSC. The EMSC was established after previous failed attempts by Sen. Seitz and other Ohio Senators to repeal or weaken the clean energy law. Seitz recruited help from utility lobbyists as he crafted SB 58. The utilities gave the bulk of $466,218 to 12 politicians on Sen. Seitz's committee, documented above. This includes companies directly coordinating with Sen. Seitz, according to his emails. Seitz $4,250 in 2012. The next year, OREC lobbyists helped write Sen. Seitz's bill, SB 58, telling a Seitz staffer, "As we discussed,nbsp;attached is suggested language for inclusion in SB 58 with slight modifications." No such opportunities were provided to clean energy advocates in communication with Sen. Seitz, including several small businesses, the Sierra Club and affiliates of unions like the Steelworkers and AFL-CIO. Seitz repeatedly dismissed an Ohio State University study, commissioned by Ohio Advanced Energy Economy (OAEE), a group of Ohio businesses advocating for clean energy in Ohio. OAEE President Ted Ford warned Senator Seitz in a letter: A handwritten note on the letter, apparently written by Senator Seitz, says "more complete fabrications from people with zero credibility. The letter and handwritten commentary were circulated by a Seitz staffer to lobbyists at Duke Energy, American Electric Power, First Energy and others. Seitz shot back a letter to OAEE and the Ohio Sierra Club, loaded with questions attacking the credibility and relevance of their data, also sourced from the Ohio State University Study. It turns out, Sen. Seitz prefers his data from out-of-state universities, financed by none other than Kansas billionaire Charles Koch. Jobs, lower energy bills, less wasted energy...frozen by Senator Seitz Samantha Williams at Natural Resources Defense Council surveys the data that Senator Seitz refuses to accept: Five years later, Seitz was comparing the clean energy law to "Joseph Stalin's five-year Plan."


2016 Convention Events by CEE

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Ohio State Senator Bill Seitz


Sol Systems | Sol Systems Blog

www.solsystems.com [cached]

Late last month, Ohio state Senator Bill Seitz (R - Cincinnati) introduced legislation to extend the freeze on the state's renewable and energy efficiency standards for another three years.


www.solsystems.com

Ohio - Here we go again... At the end of April, Ohio state Senator Bill Seitz introduced SB 320, legislation that would extend the freeze on the state's renewable portfolio standard.
Late last month, Ohio state Senator Bill Seitz (R - Cincinnati) introduced legislation to extend the freeze on the state's renewable and energy efficiency standards for another three years.


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