Series 6: Box #117-0021- Box #117-0023 – OHIO University Libraries

Box# 117-0021 – Gov.’s Office / Legislation / Black & Guilford / January 1993-98

  1. Rules – 1996
  2. State Teachers Retirement System – 1996
  3. State Personnel Board of Review – 1997
  4. State Motto – 1996
  5. State Employment Relations Board – 1995
  6. State Bond Fund – 1997
  7. STARS – 1997
  8. Sports Facilities Task Force – 1995-97
  9. Speed Limit – 1995-96
  10. Smoking – 1995
  11. Shared Parenting – 1994-96
  12. Shared Parenting
  13. Sexual Harassment
  14. Settlements – 1996
  15. SERB – 1996-97
  16. Schoolnet & Schoolnet Plus – 1997
  17. Safe Drinking Water Act – 1996
  18. Rules
  19. Student Trustee Voting Rights – 1997
  20. Student Aid – 1996
  21. Strike District 1199 – 1997
  22. Talawanda – 1996
  23. Thank You – 1996-97
  24. Technology in Education – 1996
  25. Teacher of the Year – 1997
  26. Unclassified Exempt Employees – 1995
  27. Unfunded Mandate Reform – 1993-96
  28. Veterans Issues – 1993-97
  29. Wayne Trace – 1996
  30. Voluntary Action Program Rules – 1996
  31. Weeklies to Governor – 1996
  32. Weekly – July-Dec. 1996
  33. WCI Steel – 1997
  34. WELW Radio – 1997
  35. Wilderness Center – 1996
  36. Women – 1994
  37. Work Flex – 1998
  38. Zero Discharge Award – 1997

Box# 117-0022 Gov.’s Office / Legislation / Cosgrove & Black / January 1988-97

  1. Rules – 1996
  2. State Teachers Retirement System – 1996
  3. State Personnel Board of Review – 1997
  4. State Motto – 1996
  5. State Employment Relations Board – 1995
  6. State Bond Fund – 1997
  7. STARS – 1997
  8. Sports Facilities Task Force – 1995-97
  9. Speed Limit – 1995-96
  10. Smoking – 1995
  11. Shared Parenting – 1994-96
  12. Shared Parenting
  13. Sexual Harassment
  14. Settlements – 1996
  15. SERB – 1996-97
  16. Schoolnet & Schoolnet Plus – 1997
  17. Safe Drinking Water Act – 1996
  18. Rules
  19. Student Trustee Voting Rights – 1997
  20. Student Aid – 1996
  21. Strike District 1199 – 1997
  22. Talawanda – 1996
  23. Thank You – 1996-97
  24. Technology in Education – 1996
  25. Teacher of the Year – 1997
  26. Unclassified Exempt Employees – 1995
  27. Unfunded Mandate Reform – 1993-96
  28. Veterans Issues – 1993-97
  29. Wayne Trace – 1996
  30. Voluntary Action Program Rules – 1996
  31. Weeklies to Governor – 1996
  32. Weekly – July-Dec. 1996
  33. WCI Steel – 1997
  34. WELW Radio – 1997
  35. Wilderness Center – 1996
  36. Women – 1994
  37. Work Flex – 1998
  38. Zero Discharge Award – 1997

Box# 117-0023 Legislation / Black

  1. HB 6, Energy conservation
  2. 21, Ethics Bill
  3. 24, Creates Joint Legislative Committee on Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management
  4. 27, Creates Board of Motor Vehicle Repair Registration
  5. 28, Prohibits HMOs from placing limits on selection of physicians
  6. 30, City annexation of township land
  7. 89, Revisions to Ohio Insurance Guaranty Association
  8. 97, Tort liability of farmers & others in connection w/ gleaming
  9. 126, Governance of joint county school districts
  10. 142, Creates the Ohio Commission for Agriculture & Rural Development
  11. 163, Permits county commissioners to levy a lodging tax to fund a visitors bureau
  12. 164, Allows longer school days
  13. 183, Scope of practice of advanced practice nurses
  14. 188, County treasures can determine terms of installment payments for lack real property taxes
  15. 190, Revocation of liquor licenses of not distinctly private clubs that discriminate
  16. 200, Requires the est. of child death review groups
  17. 208, Numerous policies involving estate settlements
  18. 237, Changes to state basic aid formula for school districts
  19. 244, Regulations for fly ash landfills
  20. 255, Alterations to the Worker’s Compensation Law
  21. 271, Withdraws Ohio from the Midwest Interstate Compact on Low-Level Radioactive Waste
  22. 273, Sexual harassment legislation
  23. 279, Est. Low-Level Radioactive Waste Minimization Task Force
  24. 285, Changes to the Ohio Ethics Commission
  25. 289, Expands investigatory powers of attorney general
  26. 293, Requires occularists to be licensed by Optical Dispensers Board
  27. 298, Alters role of lt. governor
  28. 300, Changes in powers of county governments
  29. 325, Legalizes “instant bingo” games for private clubs
  30. 326, Prevents larger campaign contributors from appointments as university trustees
  31. 328, Instant bingo legislation
  32. 335, Domestic violence bill
  33. 344, Involves Ohio Consumers Consel
  34. 350, Prevailing wage on public improvement contracts
  35. 396, Est. a procedure for the civil commitment of sexually violent predators
  36. Ibid.
  37. 400, Campaign finance reform
  38. 407, Requires ethanol to be used in state cars
  39. 411, Historic preservation bill
  40. 421, Dissolves county school districts & creates education service districts
  41. 425, Several revisions to insurance laws
  42. 429, Campaign finance reform
  43. 431, Increases required number of school days
  44. 437, Limits the number of permits for a writ of habeas corpus
  45. 447, Regulations for lead abatement work
  46. 448, Creates the Governor’s Office of Veterans Affairs
  47. 450, Numerous revisions to conservancy district regulations
  48. 456, Requirements for activation of motor vehicle hazard warning signals
  49. 464, Authorization to declare certain persons alcohol-induced offenders
  50. 468, Est. the Ohio Family Employment Program
  51. 469, Stops HMO policy shifts
  52. 472, Public disclosure of nonprofit organizations financial records
  53. 473, Green Crimes Bill
  54. 474, Requires companies operating in N. Ireland to abide by the MacBride Principles
  55. 480, Reporting of above-background levels of radiation in hazardous waste facilities
  56. 481, Universal succession & nontestamentary transfers
  57. 487, Adoption issues
  58. 496, Offenses involving deadly weapons on school property
  59. 500, Creates County Fiscal Emergency Loan Fund
  60. 502, Recycling loans for public & private entities
  61. 508, Transfers the head injury program from Rehabilitation Services Commission to Dept. of MRDD
  62. 510, Changes to the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Veterans Home
  63. 512, Firearms background checks
  64. 519, Modifies the Tax Credit Authority Law
  65. 521, Transportation requirements when a pupil’s route to school is unsafe
  66. 522, Creates tax credit for employers based on a percentage of workers comp. Premiums paid
  67. 525, Eliminates provisions that set standards for determining the ownership of nursing homes in leased buildings
  68. 530, Changes conditions under which unclaimed articles left w/ a dry cleaner may be sold
  69. 533, Guidelines for legal representation by past & present public officials
  70. 536, Requires that there be a designated smoking in every public building
  71. 542, Permits a county & political subdivision to enter into a contract under which the county issues revenue bonds for housing purposes & the subdivision helps pay bond costs
  72. 550, Gender equity in Ohio school sports
  73. 553, Campaign finance reform
  74. 557, Licensing of art therapists
  75. 560, Changes to the Uniform Depository Act
  76. 569, Repeals the Bond Investment Company Law
  77. 570, Regulations for HMOs
  78. 572, Requires life sentence for certain two-time felons
  79. 592, Involves garbage, landfills, & recycling
  80. 596, Various law enforcement provisions
  81. 601, Gives students on college boards of trustees full voting power
  82. 606, Involves school funding litigation in Perry County
  83. 609, Placement of tourist-oriented directional signs on highways
  84. 612, Authorizes property taxes for the purpose of providing paramedic services
  85. 613, Authorizes PUCO to order the phase-in of utility rate increases
  86. 622, increases the amount of time judges must practice law prior to election
  87. 628, Criminal sentencing reform
  88. 629, Tax credits for companies purchasing equipment to be used in Ohio
  89. 635, Teacher strikes
  90. 636, Four year statute of limitations for a private cause of action under Ohio Antitrust Law
  91. 639, Patient freedom of choice act
  92. 643, Requires the Public Health Council to include a registered sanitarian
  93. 649, School district curriculum would not need state board approval
  94. 652, Physician’s referrals & HMOs
  95. 655, Expands powers of JCARR
  96. 656, Provides for statewide authorization of advanced practice nurses
  97. 658, Alterations to Ohio Health Care Board
  98. 662, Revises the way conservancy districts plan projects
  99. 666, handgun records checks
  100. 670, Regulations for school bus drivers
  101. 673, Administrative procedures act
  102. 675, To adopt the Model Financial Remedies Act relating to transaction reporting & money laundering
  103. 676, Guidelines for electric suppliers
  104. 678, Creates the Cable Television Advisory Board
  105. 684, Registration of installers of household sewage disposal systems & sewage haulers
  106. 698, Est. the Education to Work demonstration project
  107. 710, Creates the Ohio Sports Commission
  108. 730, Insurance coverage for mental illness
  109. 767, Customer choice in electricity providers
  110. 771, Homestead exemption measure
  111. 806, Alternative student loan program
  112. HCR 20, Urges the US Congress to pass the Sharp Legislation (HR 2848)
  113. HJR 16, Riverboat gambling
  114. Casino gambling