Series 9.8: Box #116-1030 – OHIO University Libraries

Box 116-1030 – 120th General Assembly Senate Bills 183-299

  1. SB 183, Relating to Ohio Postconviction Relief Law petitions
  2. 184, Requires payment for emergency services for uncorrected fire code violations
  3. 186, Requires victim notification on investigations and cases
  4. 189, Prohibits funds for sports facilities that advertises racial discrimination
  5. 191, Provides licensure for certain health technicians
  6. Ibid.
  7. 192, Modifies food service operations regulations
  8. 194, Requires licensure of clinical labs and practitioners
  9. 196, Transfers Washington Twp in Hancock Co. to Findlay Mun. Court
  10. 198, Requires those charged with crimes to be tested for HIV
  11. 199, Relating to licensing of home care agencies
  12. 200, Allows sheriff to police metropolitan housing authorities
  13. 201, Relating to Certificate of Need
  14. 205, Relating to Ohio Housing Finance Agency mortgage revenue bonds
  15. 208, Creates Ohio Bicentennial Commission
  16. 209, Relating to low-alcohol beverages
  17. 210, Relating to tort, liability, and other civil actions
  18. 211, Provides for residential real estate appraiser certification
  19. 212, Relating to Workers Compensation
  20. 214, Increases monetary jurisdiction of courts
  21. 219, Relating to full-time prosecutors
  22. Ibid.
  23. 223, Provides for alarm & specialty systems contractor certification
  24. 225, Extends “Son of Sam” law
  25. 226, Creates Sunset Review Committee
  26. 228, Increases penalty for furnishing firearms to a minor
  27. 229, Limits sale of liquor at gas stations
  28. 230, Prohibits former officials from representing clients for 2 years
  29. 231, Requires child thief to forfeit favorite objects
  30. 232, Designates English as the official language of Ohio
  31. 233, Creates study committee on state parks
  32. 234, Relating to school buses
  33. 235, Increases income levels for homestead & manufactured home exemptions
  34. 236, Relating to pilot scholarship plans in schools
  35. 237, Relating to cost-of-doing-business in school districts
  36. 238, Relating to business tax credits
  37. 239, Creates tax credits for donated work to school
  38. 240, Relating to unlicensed daycare homes
  39. 241, Creates felony for telephone harassment
  40. 242, Relating to international extraditions
  41. 244, Requires life imprisonment for certain repeat offenses
  42. 245, Revises charitable tax exemptions
  43. 246, Relating to juveniles charged with certain felonies
  44. 247, Requires insurance coverage for mental or emotional disorders
  45. 248, Relating to appointed guardians of children
  46. 249, Relating to shock probation
  47. 250, Designates northern black snake as state reptile
  48. 251, Requires persons not guilty by reason of insanity to report their address
  49. 252, Requires background checks for applicants to health agencies
  50. 253, Expands aggravated murder
  51. 254, Requires key makers to get info on customers
  52. 255, Relating to discharges at nursing homes
  53. 256, Relating to felony juvenile offenses
  54. 257, Relating to disciplinary judges
  55. 258, Relating to rights and liabilities of financial institutions
  56. 259, Revises Insurance Premium Finance Company Law
  57. 260, Expands scope of “endangering children”
  58. 261, Relating to frivolous claims by prisoners
  59. 262, Removes prohibition of counties paying funds to new water & sewer districts
  60. 263, Relating to water districts using highways
  61. 264, Authorizes special improvement districts
  62. 265, Relating to fences on overpasses
  63. 266, Prohibits liquor licenses at gas stations
  64. 267, Exempts horticultural & livestock structures form sales tax
  65. 268, Creates Defense Conversion Assistance Program
  66. 269, Creates income tax credit for new machinery
  67. 270, Phases out taxing stored goods
  68. 271, Creates income tax credit for displaced workers in training
  69. 272, Creates Ohio Family Employment Program
  70. 273, Authorizes free housing for law enforcement officers
  71. 274, Relating to reclassification of felonies
  72. 275, Prohibits smoking in daycare centers
  73. 276, Specifies statute of limitations under Ohio Anti-Trust Law
  74. 277, Restricts park eminent domain outside county
  75. 279, Relating to co-payment waivers & disciplinary action
  76. 280, Provides tax credit for investment in Ohio early stage investment company
  77. 281, Relating to restrictions on antennas and dishes
  78. 282, Relating to Turnpike Oversight Committee meetings
  79. 283, Relating to Brady Bill criminal records checks
  80. 284, Relating to child bicycle safety
  81. 285, Increases penalties relating to obscene activities with minors
  82. 286, Relating to pornography & sex offenders
  83. 287, Relating to offenses harmful to minors
  84. 288, Replaces Habitual Sex Offender Registration Law
  85. 289, Prohibits early release of person convicted of three or more felonies
  86. 290, Requires licenses and permits regarding household sewage systems
  87. 291, Exempts foreign exchange students from proficiency tests
  88. 292, Relating to “abandoned junk motor vehicles”
  89. 293, Revises Credit Union Law
  90. 294, Confers peace officer status on regional transit police officers
  91. 295, Responds to federal “Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993”
  92. 296, Requires license plates state “Birthplace of Aviation”
  93. 297, Specifies statute of limitations on violations to Prevailing Wage Law
  94. 298, Establishes Volunteer Surveillance Team Program
  95. 299, Creates rural site development and speculative building programs
  96. 300, Requires voter registration by Registrar of Motor Vehicles
  97. 301, Adds to Certificate of Need Law
  98. 302, Requires state vehicles to use ethanol-blend fuel
  99. 303, Relating to OBES penalty contribution rates
  100. 304, Requires passing twelfth-grade proficiency test for graduation
  101. 305, Prohibits prisoners from increasing their fighting skills
  102. 306, Increases pensions for State Highway Patrol retirement System
  103. 307, Changes mine subsidence insurance coverage
  104. 308, relating to property taxes for senior citizen services
  105. 309, Excludes prisoners from OIG & Ohio Student Choice Grants
  106. 310, Increases drug offense penalties
  107. 311, Suspends drivers license for bringing weapons to school
  108. 312, Defines public employee “unauthorized strike”
  109. 314, Changes qualifications for sheriff
  110. 315, Designates “Simon Kenton Memorial Highway”
  111. 316, Increases pension for survivors of Police & Firemen’s Disability & Pension Fund
  112. 317, Regulation of semipublic sewage disposal systems
  113. 318, Establishes parental leave for certain state employees
  114. 319, Prevents third-party payers from terminating contracts w/ health facilities w/o cause
  115. 320, Establishes vets bonus for vets of Desert Storm
  116. 321, Fixes per diem for jails
  117. 322, Makes vets disability benefits gross income for child support
  118. 323, Creates business entrepreneurial apprenticeship program
  119. 324, Changes payments in Ohio Tuition Trust Authority
  120. 325, Allows retirement systems to contract with investment management firms
  121. 326, Creates Education Facilities Commission
  122. 327, Allows elections by mail
  123. 328, Prohibits convicted persons from working for Lottery Commission
  124. 329, Mandates rabies vaccinations for dogs
  125. 330, Relating to capital improvements for state and local parks
  126. 331, Relating to community schools
  127. 333, Relating to juvenile criminal-type dispositions
  128. 335, [ SB 331 in file]
  129. 336, Creates Youth Crime Prevention Program
  130. 338, Reduces space between manufactured homes
  131. 349, Creates Local Government Investments Board
  132. 350, Provides school transportation outside routine
  133. 351, Relating to library personal property notes
  134. 352, Relating to school transportation
  135. 353, Relating to tax credits on municipal income taxes
  136. 354, Relating to airport take-off hours
  137. 355, Changes basic child support schedule
  138. 356, Increases Medicaid personal needs allowance in nursing facilities
  139. 357, Relating to low-level radioactive waste disposal facilities
  140. 359, Relating to county prosecutor’s offices
  141. 371, Relating to prosecution of felonies
  142. 375, Creates Insurance Agent Education Advisory Board
  143. HCR 3, Continues Greater Hilltop State Lands and Facilities Commission
  144. HJR 1, [Empty folder]
  145. 2, Changes Congressional & General Assembly districts
  146. 3, Relating to rights of victims
  147. 11, Prevents secrecy in General Assembly proceedings
  148. 12, Prevents pay raises in election years
  149. 14, Levies additional 1% sales tax
  150. 15, Gives Supreme Court jurisdiction on death penalty appeals
  151. Ibid.
  152. HJR 20, Covers Ohio Tuition Trust Fund deficiencies
  153. 3, News clips
  154. HB 1, Relating to campaign committee financial reports
  155. 2, [Empty folder]
  156. 3, Prohibits public nudity
  157. 4, Moratorium on air pollution control permits until rules established
  158. 5, Requires notification of victims before furlough granted
  159. 6, Relating to energy conservation in state buildings and vehicles
  160. 7, Ibid.
  161. 8, Relating to housing deputy bailiffs in Cleveland
  162. 9, Relating to decedent estate administration
  163. 11, Permits election of lethal injection
  164. 16, Increases State Board of Education to 33 members
  165. 17, Authorizes state land in Franklin Co. to Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
  166. 18, Creates offense of coercing suicide
  167. 19, Permits courts to order settlements in wrongful deaths
  168. 20, Authorizes state land in Cincinnati to the United States
  169. 21, Relating to new judgeships
  170. 25, Relating to state purchase of recycled products
  171. 21, [Empty folder]
  172. 22, Relating to state retirement systems
  173. 23, Establishes Office of Risk Management
  174. 24, Creates temporary Joint Legis. Committee on Low-level Radioactive Waste Mgmt.
  175. 25, Relating to state purchase of recycled products
  176. 26, Authorizes “moral claim” against DHS & BMV
  177. 27, [Empty folder]
  178. 28, Prevents health facility discrimination by HMOs & Workers Comp
  179. 29, [Empty folder]
  180. 30, Relating to municipal annexation
  181. 31, Alters calculations for ADC, GA & DA
  182. 32, [Empty folder]
  183. 33, Prevents nursing pool agencies from operating without a license
  184. 34, Expands ban on civil service soliciting to partisan and non-political contributions
  185. 35, Relating to royalty interest in oil or gas wells
  186. 36, Authorizes school transportation for adults
  187. 37, Increases income limits for homestead tax exemption