Series 9.8: Box #116-2022 – OHIO University Libraries

Box #116-2022 – Gov. Legal 121st General Assembly

  1. SB 46, Economic development programs for state agencies
  2. 47, Punishments for students bring firearms to school
  3. 48, Alters numbers & requirements of STRS Board
  4. 49, Allows banks & retirement systems to invest in business & industrial development enterprises
  5. 50, Revises the Certification of Need Law
  6. 51, Involves the Mohican Forest & Mohican Memorial Forest
  7. 52, [Empty]
  8. 53, [Empty]
  9. 54, Campaign finance reform
  10. 55, [Empty]
  11. 56, [Empty]
  12. 57, Alters the dispositional alternatives for juvenile offenders
  13. 58, Establishes a special license plate for members of the Ohio Military Reserve
  14. 59, Increases the monetary jurisdiction of county & municipal courts
  15. 60, [Empty]
  16. 61, Alters conveyance fees & ability of county commissioners to pay for recreation facilities
  17. 62, Creates the Joint Legislative Committee on Health Care Oversight
  18. 63, Authorizes the conveyance of state-owned real estate in Cuyahoga Co. to Broadview Heights
  19. 64, Provided civil liability immunity to volunteer health professionals
  20. 65, Alters regulations for type A, B, & C day-care homes
  21. 66, [Empty]
  22. 67, Creates Local Government Investments Board
  23. 68, Concealed Firearm Bill
  24. 69, [Empty]
  25. 70, Bingo sponsored by charitable organizations
  26. 71, [Empty]
  27. 72, [Empty]
  28. 73, [Empty]
  29. 74, [Empty]
  30. 75, [Empty]
  31. 76, [Empty]
  32. 77, [Empty]
  33. 78, [Empty]
  34. 79, Increases state income tax personal exemption
  35. 80, Allows board of elections to conduct an elections by mail when there are no certified candidates
  36. 81, Restricts the investment authority of local governments
  37. 82, Creates health care funds for each state retirement system
  38. 83, Increases the amount of money an institutionalized Medicaid recipient may retain
  39. 84, Allows non-subscription newspapers to qualify as newspapers of general circulation
  40. 85, [Empty]
  41. 86, Permits a county to create an account to purchase a detention facility
  42. 87, [Empty]
  43. 88, [Empty]
  44. 89, Permits townships to regulate distribution of obscene materials
  45. 90, Alters laws administered by the Dept. of Administrative Services
  46. 91, Extends the Son of Sam Law
  47. 92, [Empty]
  48. 93, Policing of port authorities & Chataqua Assemblies
  49. 94, regulates check-cashing businesses
  50. 95, [Empty]
  51. 96, Authorizes creation of special improvement districts within a township
  52. 97, [Empty]
  53. 98, Establishes gender neutral language in the Revised Code
  54. 99, Makes changes in laws administered by Dept. of Administrative Services
  55. 100, Creates the Ohio Private Enterprise Review Commission
  56. 101, Authorizes school boards to enter into contracts w/ entities to provide functions the boards cannot provide
  57. 102, Removes restrictions on where joint economic development districts may be created
  58. 103, Allows Susan & Harold Fritz to sue the Dept. of Highway Safety & BMV
  59. 104, [Empty]
  60. 105, Exempts minor appearing as actors on radio or TV from Minor Labor Law
  61. 106, Involves the withholding of payment in the construction industry
  62. 107, Health insurance coverage of prescription drugs
  63. 108, Requires AIDS & syphilis tests for a marriage license
  64. 109, [Empty]
  65. 110, [Empty]
  66. 111, Alters the Municipal Annexation Law
  67. 112, Creates the Advisory Committee on Livestock Exhibitions
  68. 113, Regulates strikes by school district employees
  69. 114, [Empty]
  70. 115, Adjusts requirements for continuing contracts for school teachers
  71. 116, Makes changes in the disability retirement benefit program of the PFDPF
  72. 117, Regulates dispositive arrangements for those on controlled substances
  73. 118, Revisions to the Building Standards Law
  74. 119, [Empty]
  75. 120, [Empty]
  76. 121, Adjustments to motor vehicle legislation
  77. 122, Reduces the required distance between homes in manufactured home parks
  78. 123, Provides for continuation of survivor benefits if survivor remarries
  79. 124, Adjustments to the Building Standards Law
  80. 125, Authorizes the holding of a special election for the submission of a zoning referendum
  81. 126, Increases the state minimum wage
  82. 127, Eliminates the requirement that a financial institution have an office in Columbus to be eligible as a public depository or state moneys
  83. 128, Est. regulations for children riding bicycles
  84. 129, Revises the Fiduciary Law relative to permissible investments by trust companies that are acting as fiduciaries under testamentary trusts
  85. 130, [Empty]
  86. 131, Involves student loans
  87. 132, [Empty]
  88. 133, Regards school district anticipation securities
  89. 134, Est. rules governing manufactured home brokers
  90. 135, [Empty]
  91. 136, Regards school district anticipation securities
  92. 137, Est. rules governing the creation of community schools
  93. 138, Involves environmental audits & clean-ups
  94. 139, [Empty]
  95. 140, [Empty]
  96. 141, [Empty]
  97. 142, Would Exempt employment services from sales taxation
  98. 143, Revises laws pertaining to physician assistants & respiratory care professionals
  99. 144, Authorizes county commissioners to est. fees to cover weights & measures duties
  100. 145, Increases minimum amount of est. cost of street repairs subject to competitive bids
  101. 146, Provides that any payment on or before the due date is on time