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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Latest Bill Introductions from the Ohio General Assembly

HB 528 SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS (Fende) To specify that social security numbers are not public records and to require a public office to redact social security numbers contained within a public record and to notify the requester of public records of the redaction of information within a public record, including social security numbers, that are exempt from disclosure. Am. 149.43 Full Text


HB 529 ADOPTION/FOSTER CARE (Wagner) To revise the law governing adoption, foster care, and related laws regarding the Department of Job and Family Services. Am. 2101.11, 2151.421, 3107.014, 3107.031, 3107.032, 3107.10, 3107.12, 3107.141, 3107.61, 5103.16, and 5153.122; to amend, for the purpose of adopting a new section number as indicated in parentheses, sections 3107.031 (3107.032), 3107.032 (3107.034), and 3107.10 (3107.055); to enact new sections 3107.031 and 3107.10 and sections 3107.033, 3107.101, and 5103.0328. Full Text

HB 530 BUDGET CORRECTIONS/CAPITAL REAPPROPRIATIONS (Calvert) To make capital reappropriations for the biennium ending June 30, 2008, to make certain supplemental and capital appropriations and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of state programs. Full Text

HB 531 SEWAGE SYSTEM RULES (Blasdel) To revise the requirements governing sewage treatment systems rules that the Public Health Council must adopt and to require the Director of Health to adopt rules developed with the Sewage Treatment System Advisory Committee that establish standards and guidelines for approving a sewage treatment system or components of a system. Am. 3718.02 & 3718.05. Full Text

HB 532 CHILD CARE STAFF (Fessler) To modify the definition of "child-care staff member." Am. 5104.01. Full Text

HB 533 VICIOUS DOG LAWS (Webster) To remove pit bulls from the definition of "vicious dog" in state law and to authorize the adoption of local ordinances or resolutions that define "dangerous dog" and "vicious dog" more broadly than state law defines those terms. Am. 955.11 & 955.221. Full Text

HB 534 RAW MILK SALES (Setzer) To revise the law governing the gift or sale of raw milk to ultimate consumers. Am. & En. 917.01, 917.02, 917.04, 917.05 & 917.25. Full Text

SJR 8 ANTI-DISCRIMINATION AMENDMENT (Miller, R.) To amend Section 2 of Article I of the Constitution of the State of Ohio to prohibit the state or any political subdivision of the state from depriving any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law or from discriminating against any person within its jurisdiction on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. Full Text

SB 284 ELECTION DECEPTION (Miller, R.) To prohibit any person from knowingly deceiving another regarding the time, place, or manner of conducting an election or the qualifications for or restrictions on voter eligibility, to provide for a criminal penalty and a private cause of action against any person who violates that prohibition, to require the Attorney General to investigate allegations of such a violation and, if necessary, take corrective measures, and to require the Attorney General to report to the General assembly after each election regarding allegations of violations relating to that election. En. 3517.25. Full Text

SB 285 WRONGFUL IMPRISONMENT (Miller, R.) To increase the amount of the judgment to be awarded a person who was imprisoned for a felony and proves that the person was a "wrongfully imprisoned individual" and to provide an additional set of circumstances in which a person qualifies as a "wrongfully imprisoned individual." Am. 117.52, 2305.02, 2743.48 & 2743.49. Full Text

SB 286 PAYDAY LOANS (Miller, R.) To prohibit check-cashing businesses from making loans to a customer who has an outstanding loan with another licensee, to create a statewide database of open loans at check-cashing licensees, and to change the permitted interest rate, fees, and duration of such loans. Am. & En. 1315.22, 1315.35, 1315.37, 1315.39, 1315.40, 1315. 41 & 1315.45. Full Text

SB 287 ADOPTION LAW (Niehaus) To revise the law governing adoption, foster care, and related laws regarding the Department of Job and Family Services. Am. & En. 2101.11, 2151.421, 3107.014, 3107.031, 3107.032, 3107.33, 3107.10, 3107.101, 3107.12, 3107.141, 3107.61, 5103.16, 5103.0328 & 5153.122. Am., for the purposes of adopting a new section number as indicated in parentheses, 3107.10 (3107.032), 3107.032 (3107.034) & 3107.10 (3107.055). Full Text

SB 288 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OFFICERS (Hagan, R.) Relative to the appointment and commissioning of county agricultural society police officers and to the training of those officers. Am. & En. 109.71, 109.73, 109.79, 1711.351 & 1711.352. Full Text

SB 289 SEWAGE TREATMENT RULES (Grendell) To revise the requirements governing sewage treatment systems rules that the Public Health Council must adopt and to require the Director of Health to adopt rules developed with the Sewage Treatment Advisory Committee that establish standards and guidelines for approving a sewage treatment system or components of a system. Am. 3718.02 & 3718.05. Full Text

SB 290 JAIL TERMS (Schuring) To authorize a definite jail term of not more than one year for petty theft if the offender, within five years of the offense, previously has been convicted of two or more offenses of theft. Am. 2913.02 Full Text

SB 291 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY (Miller, R.) To establish the Amistad Commission to promote education on the history of the African slave trade, slavery, and the contributions of African Americans. Am. & En. 3313.60, 3314.03, 3301.80, 3301.81 & 3301.83 Full Text

SB 292 CONCEALED WEAPONS (Miller, R.) To permit political subdivisions to prohibit the carrying of concealed handguns in any park, swimming pool, sports field, or other outdoor premises or property owned, leased or otherwise under the control of the political subdivision. Am. 2923.122, 2923.124, 2923.126 & 2923.1212 Full Text

SB 293 SEWAGE SYSTEMS (Amstutz) To revise the requirements governing sewage treatment systems rules that the Public Health Council must adopt and to require the Director of Health to adopt rules developed with the Sewage Treatment System Advisory Committee that establish standards and guidelines for approving a sewage treatment system or components of a system. Am. 3718.02 to 3718.05 Full Text


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