Series 9.8: Box #116-1028 – OHIO University Libraries

Box 116-1028 – 120th General Assembly Senate Bills 1-81

  1. Cumulative Index – Preliminary Summaries, LSC – 7/15/94 [No Folder]
  2. Ibid., 7/22/94 [No Folder]
  3. Ibid., 7/29/94 [No Folder]
  4. SR 1920, Prevention of radioactive water in Great Lakes
  5. SJR 2, Authorizes laws to finance classroom facilities
  6. 6, Balanced budget amendment
  7. 7, Ibid.
  8. 8, Prevents federal courts levying state or local taxes
  9. 9, Relating to Ohio Tuition Trust Fund
  10. SR 2132, Relating to vaccines for underinsured children
  11. SCR 7, To eliminate waiver request requirement for PASSPORT program
  12. 14, To adopt Health Care Reform Consumer Bill of Rights
  13. 15, To require Task Force on Insurance Fraud
  14. 18, To oppose NAFTA
  15. 19, To amend Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
  16. 21, To designate Youth Violence Awareness Day in Ohio
  17. 23, Relating to unfunded mandates
  18. 24, Relating to unfunded mandates
  19. 25, Relating to Clean Air Act regulations
  20. 26, Establishing High School Voter Registration Month
  21. 28, To disapprove of amendments to some Ohio rules of Evidence
  22. 29, To designate Ohio Tourism Week
  23. 30, Requesting help to sick Persian Gulf War vets
  24. 31, Relating to unfunded mandates
  25. SB ?, Makes changes to Unemployment Compensation Law
  26. SB 5, Relating to port authorities
  27. 9, Creates offense of assisting suicide
  28. 12, Permits govt. to invest in mutual funds
  29. 13, Authorizes unit owners associations to organize as condominiums
  30. 17, Authorizes state-owned land in Franklin Co. to Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
  31. 18, Compliance through vehicle inspections with Clean Air Act of 1990
  32. 19, Extends enterprise zone authority
  33. 20, Changes Financial Responsibility Law
  34. Ibid.
  35. 21, Clarifies “mentally retarded person subject to institutionalization by court . . .”
  36. 23, Relating to dividends
  37. 25, Relating to Akron Municipal Court civil service classification
  38. 26, Provides immunity to advisors in emergency hazardous material releases
  39. 28, Relating to informing parents in DYS custody
  40. 29, Relating to corporal punishment in schools
  41. 31, Expands sexual offenses relating to mental incapacity
  42. 32, Requires local impact statements on schools relating to fiscal bills
  43. 35, Relating to state printing and paper contracts
  44. 36, Repeals fees collected for waste biological materials
  45. 37, Requires background checks on those with frequent contact with children
  46. 43, Expands investment powers of state retirement systems
  47. 46, Allows outpatient facilities run by out-of-county hospitals
  48. 48, Conveys state land in Cuyahoga Co. to Broadview Living, Inc.
  49. 50, Relating to Workers’ Compensation and certification of employers’ records
  50. 52, Creates Ohio Higher Education Scholarship Fund
  51. 55, Increases penalties for more than one bad check in 90 days
  52. 62, Modifies drivers suspension under Implied Consent Law
  53. 63, Creation of Missing Children Clearinghouse
  54. 64, Clarifies investment of interim state funds
  55. 65, Allows police & fire to do political activities in non-working hours
  56. 66, Allows imposition of “bad time” on prisoners
  57. 67, Relating to charitable trust annual report filing fees
  58. 73, Allows composting of dead animals
  59. 74, Authorizes Limited Liability companies
  60. 75, Permits motor vehicle decal programs, requires maintenance of railroad crossings, creates no-wake zones, etc.
  61. 74, [Contains both SB 74 & 75]
  62. 76, Relating to computers and schools
  63. 81, Changes to School Board Law