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Robert Cole Sprague

Chairman

Healthcare Reform Committee

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Employment History

The Dow Chemical Company


General Assembly


State Representative

76th House District


State Representative, 76th District (Hancock, Hardin, Eastern Auglaize Co)

State of Ohio, 76th District


Management Consultant

Ernst & Young LLP


Affiliations

The Ohio State University

Representative


Findlay City Schools

City Treasurer


United Way of Hancock County's Foundation

Committee Member


Ohio House of Representatives

Finance Committee


Hardin County Republican Party

Treasurer


Advocates

Representative


WKTN Radio

Board Member


Ohio

Representative


City of Findlay

City Auditor


State

Representative


Income Tax

Board Member


Federal Emergency Management Agency

City Liaison


Rainy Day Fund

Founder


Ernst & Young LLP

Management Consultant


H D 76

Representative


Wednesday

Findlay Auditor and Treasurer


Education

Bachelor of Science

mechanical engineering

Duke University


Master of Business Administration

University of North Carolina


mechanical engineering degree

Duke University


Web References(149 Total References)


PCSAO - News

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Sprague, to address the opiate epidemic in our state.
Representative Robert Sprague, 83rd District Robert Sprague is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011. He serves the 83rd District, which consists of Hancock and Hardin counties, and parts of Logan County. Sprague currently serves on the House insurance and finance committees, and as Chairman of the Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee. Before coming to the Ohio House, he most recently served as City Auditor for Findlay. Sprague graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Science and from the University of North Carolina with a Master of Business Administration. Following graduation, Sprague returned to his hometown of Findlay to pursue public service. Representative Sprague and his wife, Amanda, reside in Findlay with their five children. PCSAO selected Representative Sprague as this year's Legislator of the Year for several reasons: He is a true champion for children, families, and especially for those in recovery as is evident in his activity in the House of Representatives. He has introduced and passed numerous bills dealing with all aspects of Ohio's opiate crisis that is devastating our state and, as he is well aware, the families we are serving in child protection. He has co-sponsored several opiate-related bills with Representative Driehaus, another PCSAO Legislator of the Year, showing that Ohio's response to this epidemic is not going to be a partisan issue but one everyone in the state needs to care about and address. He added money in the latest biennial budget for much-needed recovery homes. He was also a champion for us in this last biennium budget by fighting hard to make certain there was specific language that would give all of the groups working on the transition of behavioral health services from Medicaid fee-for-service to managed care enough time to make certain no children would lose any service they are now receiving when the transition occurs in 2018. He supported language for the Joint Medicaid Oversight Committee, of which he was one of the creators, to monitor the transition process of behavioral health services to managed care over the next three years - and again to ensure no children or adults would lose any service they are currently receiving. We are pleased to present Representative Robert Sprague with PCSAO's 2015 Legislator of the Year Award.


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Robert Cole Sprague
Robert Cole Sprague is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011. He serves the 83rd District, which consists of Hancock and Hardin Counties, as well as parts of Logan County. Robert currently serves on the House Insurance and Finance Committees, and as Chairman of the Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee. A native of Findlay, Robert comes to the Ohio House having most recently served as City Auditor for the City of Findlay. He served as lead financial officer to guide Findlay through its budget crisis of 2008-2009, has served as treasurer for the City of Findlay, and worked tirelessly in the aftermath of the worst flood to hit the City of Findlay since 1913. Robert graduated from Duke University in Durham, N.C. with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering in 1996. As a team member at Ernst & Young, he served as project lead on a number of high-profile engagements with Fortune 500 companies. Robert formed his own consulting firm in Atlanta in 1999, and graduated 7th in his class with a master's degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Following graduation, he returned to his hometown of Findlay to pursue public service. Robert and his wife, Amanda, reside in Findlay with their five children. © 2016 Robert Cole Sprague : State Representative


Local News - WKTN.com

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Said Representative Robert Sprague said "Ohio's Drug Courts have Proven to be an effective tool in fighting substance abuse"


PCSAO - News

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Sprague, to address the opiate epidemic in our state.
Representative Robert Sprague, 83rd District Robert Sprague is currently serving his second term in the Ohio House of Representatives, following his appointment in February 2011. He serves the 83rd District, which consists of Hancock and Hardin counties, and parts of Logan County. Sprague currently serves on the House insurance and finance committees, and as Chairman of the Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Committee. Before coming to the Ohio House, he most recently served as City Auditor for Findlay. Sprague graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor of Science and from the University of North Carolina with a Master of Business Administration. Following graduation, Sprague returned to his hometown of Findlay to pursue public service. Representative Sprague and his wife, Amanda, reside in Findlay with their five children. PCSAO selected Representative Sprague as this year's Legislator of the Year for several reasons: He is a true champion for children, families, and especially for those in recovery as is evident in his activity in the House of Representatives. He has introduced and passed numerous bills dealing with all aspects of Ohio's opiate crisis that is devastating our state and, as he is well aware, the families we are serving in child protection. He has co-sponsored several opiate-related bills with Representative Driehaus, another PCSAO Legislator of the Year, showing that Ohio's response to this epidemic is not going to be a partisan issue but one everyone in the state needs to care about and address. He added money in the latest biennial budget for much-needed recovery homes. He was also a champion for us in this last biennium budget by fighting hard to make certain there was specific language that would give all of the groups working on the transition of behavioral health services from Medicaid fee-for-service to managed care enough time to make certain no children would lose any service they are now receiving when the transition occurs in 2018. He supported language for the Joint Medicaid Oversight Committee, of which he was one of the creators, to monitor the transition process of behavioral health services to managed care over the next three years - and again to ensure no children or adults would lose any service they are currently receiving. We are pleased to present Representative Robert Sprague with PCSAO's 2015 Legislator of the Year Award.


Local News - WKTN.com

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Sprague, Rep.
COLUMBUS-Today, the Chairman of the House Prescription Drug Addiction and Healthcare Reform Study Committee, Robert Sprague (R-Findlay), was joined by members of the study committee at a press conference to discuss the study committee's recommendations and findings. Sprague.


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