Series 9.9: Box# 116-0065 – OHIO University Libraries

Box 116-0065 – 119th General Assembly House Bills 426-592

  1. HB 426, Exempts county agricultural fairs from municipal taxes
  2. HB 427, Relating to trusts
  3. HB 428, Relating to electric rates from a waste-to-energy facility
  4. HB 429, Permits townships & joint fire districts to charge for services
  5. HB 430, Requires school boards to adopt policies on parental involvement
  6. HB 431, Relating to revenue deficiencies in municipalities
  7. HB 432, Expands the practice of optometry
  8. HB 433, Prohibits gas stations from selling liquor
  9. HB 434, Authorizes anyone to have a firearm unless otherwise prohibited
  10. HB 435, Expands use of fees of a solid waste disposal facility
  11. HB 436, Provides that local option liquor elections be held in single election precinct
  12. HB 437, Requires Dept. of Education to contain a unit for management of education data
  13. HB 438, Changes procedure for electors who have moved
  14. HB 439, Provides automatic transfer of securities to beneficiaries
  15. HB 440, Expands definition of dangerous ordinance & increases penalties
  16. HB 441, Permits life with no parole for aggravated murder
  17. HB 442, Requires special license plates for military reserves
  18. HB 443, Requires MR/DD land sale funds to be kept in their trust
  19. HB 444, Requires vehicle & railroad overpasses have fence & screen enclosures
  20. HB 445, Provides disability claims for police and firemen with cancer
  21. HB 446, Relating to transfers of handguns
  22. HB 447, Requires jail terms for committing a felony with a gun
  23. HB 448, Requires Medicaid services to medically fragile children
  24. HB 449, Allows D-4 liquor permits & games of chance for vet & fraternal orgs
  25. HB 450, Increases felony fee for candidates
  26. HB 451, Authorizes joint high school districts
  27. HB 452, Exempts hospices from nursing home and adult care licensure laws
  28. HB 453, Requires parolees to have a high school degree
  29. HB 454, Relating to medical practice certification
  30. HB 455, Relating to discriminating practices investigations
  31. HB 456, Prohibits discrimination in nursing home admissions
  32. HB 457, Requires state compensation to schools for certain tax exemptions
  33. HB 458, Changes Congressional district boundaries and their number from 21 to 19
  34. HB 459, Relating to nursing pool agencies
  35. HB 460, Relating to acquisition or construction of water management facilities
  36. HB 461, Established Commission on Values Education
  37. HB 462, Funds from state to local govts. For improvements cannot be used for sports facilities
  38. HB 463, Permits abatement of unpaid property taxes on community centers
  39. HB 464, Coordination of low-income health services
  40. HB 465, Relating to the State Board of Education
  41. HB 466, Relating to health care coverage for judges and clerks
  42. HB 467, Requires special license plates for Pearl Harbor survivors
  43. HB 468, Authorizes special constables to guard state & freeholder property
  44. HB 469, Confers immunity on health care personnel who voluntarily treat indigents
  45. HB 470, Requires financial responsibility to register motor vehicles
  46. HB 471, Allows minors to vote in simulated elections
  47. HB 472, Allows tax exemptions for wetlands
  48. HB 473, Relating to mortgages and land installment contracts
  49. HB 474, Relating to public defender appointments by municipalities
  50. HB 475, Makes county commissioners responsible for private sewage titles
  51. HB 476, Permits authorities to propose levies for fire protection
  52. HB 478, Health care reform
  53. HB 479, Relating to delinquent taxes
  54. HB 480, Relating to police testimony
  55. HB 481, Clarifies joint economic development districts
  56. HB 482, Relating to the term “engineer”
  57. HB 483, Relating to government contract requirements
  58. HB 484, Relating to agricultural seeds
  59. HB 485, Exempts certain boat trailers from registration
  60. HB 486, Permits dissolution of county microfilming & data processing boards
  61. HB 487, Relating to using watercraft without a license
  62. HB 488, Prohibits drivers licenses to people in default for child support
  63. HB 489, Relating to detaching a village from a township
  64. HB 490, Adopts Medicare Supplemental Insurance Minimum Standards Model Act
  65. Sub. HB 490, Ibid.
  66. HB 491, requires collection of overpayments by Gen. Asst. & Aid to Dep. Children
  67. HB 492, Prohibits registration of impounded vehicles
  68. HB 493, Creates Ohio Retirement Systems Health Care Board
  69. HB 494, Eliminates primary nominations for Akron Munic. Court Clerk
  70. HB 495, Regulates low-cost securities
  71. HB 496, Requires use of headlights when wipers in use
  72. HB 497, Regulates estimates and contractors in homeowners insurance on natural disasters
  73. HB 498, Establishes peer reviews for insured chiropractic services
  74. HB 499, Requires specific temperatures for storage of eggs
  75. HB 500, Relating to motor vehicle liability insurance
  76. HB 501, Relating to life imprisonment
  77. HB 502, Requires certain revocations of probation
  78. HB 503, Requires reports of student assaults on teachers
  79. HB 504, Relating to proficiency tests
  80. HB 505, Relating to “976” and “900” telephone subscriber’s liability
  81. HB 506, Authorities occupational driving privileges to suspendees
  82. HB 507, Relating to beneficiaries under life insurance policies
  83. HB 508, Allows annuity programs for part-time firefighters
  84. HB 509, Authorizes property taxes & levies for hospitals
  85. HB 510, Requires unemployment benefits be charged to employer
  86. HB 511, Relating to campaign contribution reports
  87. HB 512, Designates Wills Creek River/SR 209 be “Veterans Memorial Bridge”
  88. HB 513, Authorizes reparations for psychologic counseling
  89. HB 514, Requires hearings regarding changes to solid waste facilities
  90. HB 515, Relating to identification to purchase liquor
  91. HB 516, Authorizes special prosecutors to investigate elections & campaigns
  92. HB 517, Authorizes investment of unclaimed funds
  93. HB 518, Relating to licensure of cosmetologists / HB 519, Relating to unemployment refunds to employers / HB 520, Establishes procedure for child support questionnaires / HB 521, Allows county building code to regulate gas pipelines from well to home / HB 522, Changes dates of teacher evaluations / HB 523, Prohibits using other people’s trash cans / HB 524, Relating to Legislative Task Force on Redistricting, Reapportionment, and Demographic Research: Cumulative Index Preliminary Summaries, Legislative Service Commission
  94. HB 518, Relating to licensure of cosmetologists
  95. HB 522, Changes dates of teacher evaluations
  96. HB 523, Prohibits using other people’s trash cans
  97. HB 526, Prohibits reckless conversion of public funds
  98. HB 530, Relating to percentage of juice in beverages
  99. HB 532, Requires application for title be made by licensed driver
  100. HB 533, Prohibits school buses without two-way radios
  101. HB 534, Prohibits officials from soliciting contributions from public servants
  102. HB 535, Allows minimal use of foreign steel in public bridges
  103. HB 536, Creates “menacing stalking and aggravated trespass”
  104. HB 537, Allows guide dogs in educational institutions
  105. HB 538, Replaces requirement for two license plates
  106. HB 539, Permits oil & gas royalty holders to access county records
  107. HB 546, Prohibits contracts to persons convicted of environmental violations
  108. HB 547, Relating to private viewing booths in theaters
  109. HB 548, Requires school boards to establish parent involvement programs
  110. HB 550, Relating to school board elections
  111. HB 551, Abolishes one part-time judgeship in Berea Municipal Court
  112. HB 553, Preserves use of forfeited property to pay for child support
  113. HB 554, Requires contributions only during campaign & unused sent to charities
  114. HB 560, Provides lawn care sales tax exemption for 60 or older or disabled
  115. HB 561, Increases penalty for assaulting corrections personnel
  116. HB 562, Prohibits campaign contribution other than during election year
  117. HB 563, Requires General Assembly committee meeting open to public
  118. HB 564, Increases permit & inspection fees for concessions and amusement rides
  119. HB 569, Voids certain rules on bumper heights
  120. HB 570, Relating to homestead reduction applications
  121. HB 571, Revises Insurance Law relative to basic health care coverage
  122. HB 576, Changes some statutes of limitation for malpractice actions
  123. HB 579, Requires brochure on Medicaid coverage of Medicare services
  124. HB 582, Allows waiver of public auditor auditing
  125. HB 583, Requires Child Support Enforcement Agency to report persons in default
  126. HB 585, Requires payment of expenses for reinstated state employees
  127. HB 586, Authorizes levies over ten mills for emergency management agencies
  128. HB 587, Relating to competitive bidding for school district contracts
  129. HB 588, Relating to increased age for wearing a motorcycle helmet
  130. HB 589, Relating to reimbursement for emergency response
  131. HB 590, Relating to vehicle impoundment
  132. HB 591, Increases penalties for drug trafficking
  133. HB 592, Permits 911 signs of highways