Householder said he approached Hoops about the interim speaker vote this past spring, when the House was selecting a replacement for Speaker Cliff Rosenberger, who resigned amid an FBI investigation.
“Jim Hoops admitted to me by phone that he had sold his vote for Speaker in exchange for a $60,000-per-year appointment to the Ohio House,” Householder said. “Under those despicable circumstances, Rep. Hoops has marginalized his decision making and could possibly be committing a felony by casting the vote he promised he would make.”
Here's a link to Ohio's definition of Bribery under the Revised Code.
And here's the link to the full Columbus Dispatch article.