John P. Adams
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John P. Adams is a state legislator in Ohio. He is a Republican who represents District 78 in the State Assembly. He is the Republican Majority Whip and a member of the following committees: Commerce and Labor, Insurance, Insurance Subcommittee on Workers' Compensation, Rules and Reference, State Government and Elections.
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- ↑ Ohio State House of Representatives, John Adams, Majority Whip, legislative biography, accessed July 11, 2011
- ↑ American Legislative Exchange Council, State Chairmen, organizational website, accessed July 9, 2011
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