Series 9.9: Box# 116-0099 – OHIO University Libraries

Box #116-0099 – 119th General Assembly House Bills 326-425

  1. HB 326, Development of programs recognizing vets of Desert Storm
  2. HB 327, Registration of voters at motor vehicle registration
  3. HB 328, Designates Columbiana County as in Appalachian Region
  4. HB 329, Extends continuation of Insurance Coverage Law
  5. HB 330, Requires courses to remain eligible for public assistance
  6. HB 331, Expands subsidy for drivers education
  7. HB 332, Revises money transmitter law
  8. HB 333, Authorizes C-1a liquor permits on islands
  9. HB 334, Makes changes in Asbestos Hazard Abatement Law
  10. HB 335, Provides voter registration upon drivers license application
  11. HB 336, Relating to school district funding
  12. HB 337, Authorizes purchase of buildings for minimum security jails
  13. HB 338, Delivery of early intervention services to children
  14. HB 339, Creation of Governor’s Advisory Committee on Funding of the Housing Trust Fund
  15. HB 340, Relating to transfer of liquor permits
  16. HB 341, Relating to school boards and councils
  17. HB 342, Prohibits death sentences on mentally retarded
  18. HB 343, Authorizes officials to bring nuisance civil actions
  19. HB 344, Permits formation of physical therapists & RN professional orgs.
  20. HB 345, Requires Pledge of Allegiance in schools
  21. HB 346, Requires securities dealer licensure to include NASA, NYSE or ASE
  22. HB 347, Relating to first run movies
  23. HB 348, Relating to communications towers
  24. HB 349, Allows employee business expense deductions
  25. HB 350, Permits confidentiality of drivers license information
  26. HB 351, Requires BoR reimburse tuition waivers for kids of killed cops
  27. HB 352, Requires insurers to issue certificates of proof of responsibility
  28. HB 353, Requires hospital assessment rate for Hospital Care Assurance Program
  29. HB 354, Creates qualified immunity for landowners with underground excavations
  30. HB 355, Related to water projects in Appalachian region
  31. HB 356, Prohibits false representation by day-care providers
  32. HB 357, Designates part of SR 79 as “Licking Co. Veterans Memorial Highway”
  33. HB 358, Authorizes municipalities regulating home solicitation times
  34. HB 359, Staggers office terms of State Board of Landscape Architect Examiners
  35. HB 360, Permits school boards to levy a sales tax
  36. HB 361, Specifies railroad liability in vehicle train accidents
  37. HB 362, Licensure & regulation of business and development corporations
  38. HB 363, Relating to school district funding
  39. HB 364, Removes counties from DAS personnel services charges
  40. HB 365, Requires rules implementing a gas pipe-line safety program
  41. HB 366, Free hunting, fishing & trapping licenses for 65 & over
  42. HB 367, Relating to township zoning
  43. HB 368, Establishes Prenatal and Obstetric Care Incentive Program
  44. HB 369, Imposes a coal use surcharge
  45. HB 370, Relating to Phase I acid rain control requirements
  46. HB 371, Expands jurisdiction of municipalities & courts into the Ohio River
  47. HB 372, Requires availability of vets license plates
  48. HB 373, Relating to loan agreements
  49. HB 374, Relating to performance bands
  50. HB 375, [Empty]
  51. HB 376, Allows deductions to disabled in homestead & manufactured homes
  52. HB 377, Permits a fiscal officer other than county treasurer on islands
  53. HB 378, Creates Medical Radiation Technology Board
  54. HB 379, Relating to state retirement systems investing in Northern Ireland
  55. HB 380, Requires school boards to make policy for emergencies on school buses
  56. HB 381, Changes composition & name of Board of Speech Pathology
  57. HB 382, Extends compulsory membership in state retirement systems
  58. HB 383, Relating to long-term care insurance for state employees
  59. HB 384, Permits people with OMVI violations to apply for treatment driving privileges
  60. HB 385, Creates Ohio Commission for Agriculture and Rural Development
  61. HB 386, Excuses school districts from unfunded mandates
  62. HB 387, Requires monitoring of county MR/DD employment practices
  63. HB 388, Allows developers to establish or dissolve manufactured home communities
  64. HB 389, Authorizes creation of storm water management districts
  65. HB 390, Permits state agencies to sell advertising space
  66. HB 391, Requires public hearings before installation or modification of solid waste facilities
  67. HB 392, Repeals program to employ prisoners in private industry & agriculture
  68. HB 393, Requires toxic chemical users to report recycling & pollution prevention
  69. HB 394, Permits purchase of service credits for layoffs by police & firemen
  70. HB 395, Permits abbreviated handicap parking tickets
  71. HB 396, Creates State Community Service Advisory Committee
  72. HB 397, relating to savings banks
  73. Sub. HB 397, Ibid.
  74. HB HB 398, Permits temporary drivers instruction permits
  75. HB 399, Relating to remition of property taxes
  76. HB 400, Revises Open-End Mortgage Law
  77. HB 401, Creates Solid Waste Facility Siting Board
  78. HB 403, Allows cops on PERS with 25 years to retire at 48
  79. HB 404, Requires health care plan payment for mental or emotional disorders
  80. HB 405, Increases fees for clerks of courts of common pleas
  81. HB 406, Relating to accreditation of Department of Insurance
  82. HB 407, Increases set asides for school board service funds
  83. HB 408, Establishes State Professional Standards Boards
  84. HB 409, Provides for removal or suspension of township police chiefs
  85. HB 410, Allows conveyance of Franklin Co. land to Columbus
  86. HB 411, Authorizes villages to county to administer zoning regulations
  87. HB 412, Adds one general division judge to Lucas Co. Court of Common Pleas
  88. HB 413, Authorizes payment of vacation leave to separating municipal judges
  89. HB 414, Relating to escrow fund deposits
  90. HB 415, Relating to maximum annual percentage rates
  91. HB 416, Permits proposal of replacement property tax levies
  92. HB 417, Requires appointment of Ohio Peace Officer Training Council
  93. HB 418, Relating to levies for 911 systems
  94. HB 419, Requires health care professionals to report their own AIDS or HIV
  95. HB 420, Relating to driver’s license examinations
  96. HB 421, Authorizes regional transit authority police forces
  97. HB 422, Relating to services to private roads
  98. HB 423, Adding one judge to Lucas Co. Common Pleas Court
  99. HB 424, Requires employers to allow family leave
  100. HB 425, Confers immunity to health care personnel & facilities for free services to the indigent or uninsured