Series 9.9: Box# 116-1032 – OHIO University Libraries

Box 116-1032 – 120th General Assembly House Bills 38-151

  1. HB 38, Relating to payments to Police & Firemen’s Disability & Pension Fund
  2. HB 39, Relating to registering voters by Registrar of Motor Vehicles
  3. HB 40, Relating to limitations on automobile liability insurance
  4. HB 41, Relating to calling of jurors for criminal cases
  5. HB 42, Expands definition of “detention”
  6. HB 42, [Empty folder]
  7. HB 43, Requires headlights when wipers in use
  8. HB 44, Provides tax exemption for lawn care to seniors
  9. HB 45, Requires state to pay interest on refunded property taxes
  10. HB 46, Excludes federal income tax returns from public records
  11. HB 47, [Empty folder]
  12. HB 48, Prohibits insurers from requiring window glass businesses
  13. HB 49, [Empty folder]
  14. HB 50, Requires regulation of business & industrial development corporations
  15. HB 51, Exempts improvements in soil & water conservation districts from prevailing wage
  16. HB 52, Requires state pay advertising on statewide ballot issues
  17. HB 53, [Empty folder]
  18. HB 54, Reduces personal property tax rate
  19. HB 55, Authorizes easements on state land in Franklin County
  20. HB 56, Relating to Workers Comp coverage for toxic and hazardous exposure
  21. HB 57, Requires headlights when wipers on
  22. HB 58, Allows public records requests by mail
  23. HB 59, Increases fines for violating Solid & Hazardous Waste Law
  24. HB 60, [Empty folder]
  25. HB 62, Provides automatic transfer of securities to survivor
  26. HB 65, Includes state university law enforcement officers in PERS
  27. HB 66, Confers immunity for disclosing job performance to employers
  28. HB 67, [Empty folder]
  29. HB 68, Relating to competitive bidding for county roads
  30. HB 69, Changes platting requirements
  31. HB 70, Increases prevailing wage threshold
  32. HB 71, Prohibits genetic screening by HMOs
  33. HB 72, Limits political subdivision liability on public upkeep
  34. HB 73, Requires community reinvestment performance of banks and savings & loan associations
  35. HB 75, Restructures priority of decedent’s child support debts
  36. HB 76, Changes county & jury year beginning date
  37. HB 71, [Empty folder]
  38. HB 74, [Empty folder]
  39. HB 75, [Empty folder]
  40. HB 76, [Empty folder]
  41. HB 77, Prohibits travel agencies retaining more than 10% of cancellations
  42. HB 78, Requires credit in personal finance for high school graduation
  43. HB 79, Defines “parents” who surrender children
  44. HB 80, Permits judges to object to paroles on crimes of violence
  45. HB 81, Enhances penalty for repeat domestic violence
  46. HB 82, Relating to anti-tampering inspections on new vehicles
  47. HB 83, Increases precinct election official pay
  48. HB 84, [Empty folder]
  49. HB 85, Allows a criminal records affidavit for sheriff candidates
  50. HB 86, Regulates consumer credit reporting agencies
  51. HB 87, [Empty folder]
  52. HB 88, Relating to dog wardens and animal shelters
  53. HB 89, Revises Ohio Insurance Guaranty Association Act
  54. HB 91, Increases penalty for cruelty to animals
  55. HB 92, Allows certain township trustee exemptions in interest in public contracts
  56. HB 93, Authorizes casino gambling on riverboats
  57. HB 94, Requires drivers license to get certificate of title
  58. HB 95, Prohibits eliminating local phone flat rates
  59. HB 96, [Empty folder]
  60. HB 97, Creates immunity for donating gleaned perishable food to food banks
  61. HB 98, Relating to cessation of operations using hazardous substances
  62. HB 99, [Empty folder]
  63. HB 100, Changes method for financial assistance in ADC & DA
  64. HB 101, [Empty folder]
  65. HB 102, Requires State Medical Board action over physician/patient sex
  66. HB 103, Authorizes conversion of state employee vacation leave
  67. HB 104, Authorizes charitable bingo games
  68. HB 107, Mandates managed medical care in Workers Comp.
  69. HB Ibid.
  70. HB Ibid.
  71. HB 108, Repeals prisoner employment in private industry & agriculture
  72. HB 109, [Empty folder]
  73. HB 110, Permits moving expense deductions
  74. HB 113, Requires Gen. Assembly committee meetings be open
  75. HB 114, Prohibits putting litter in other’s containers
  76. HB 115, Relating to township trustees and sewage collection
  77. HB 116, Increases penalty for assaulting an official
  78. HB 117, Prohibits unauthorized mooring at private docks
  79. HB 118, Increases child benefit from Volunteer Firefighters Dependents Fund
  80. HB 119, [Empty folder]
  81. HB 120, [Empty folder]
  82. HB 120, Makes seatbelt violation discretionary
  83. HB 122, Prohibits under 18 declared mentally retarded & institutionalized by courts
  84. HB 123, Reduced forms used by state agencies
  85. HB 124, Requires rules for off-site solid waste energy recovery facilities
  86. HB 126, Relating to joint county school districts
  87. HB 134, Agriculture omnibus bill
  88. HB 136, Relating to special constables appointed by municipal judges
  89. HB 131, [Empty folder]
  90. HB 132, [Empty folder]
  91. HB 133, Permits bonds for Classroom Facilities Assistance Program
  92. HB 134, Includes corrections officers in PERS
  93. HB 135, Requires birth cert. Corrections sent to Dept. of Health
  94. HB 136, Authorizes special constables by municipal courts
  95. HB 137, Authorizes property tax exemption for wetlands
  96. HB 138, Repeals alternative to slow moving vehicle emblem
  97. HB 139, Exempts small townships from prevailing wage
  98. HB 140, Permits transfer of delinquents for criminal prosecution
  99. HB 141, [Empty folder]
  100. HB 142,Creates Ohio Commission for Agriculture and Rural Development
  101. HB 141, Relating to solid waste fees
  102. HB 143, Consolidates two chapters of Elections Law
  103. HB 144, [Empty folder]
  104. HB 145, [Empty folder]
  105. HB 146, Requires two insurance recovery methods for jewelry
  106. HB 147, Permits waiver of certified financial records for self-insurers
  107. HB 148, Limits compensation by SERS for future health benefits
  108. HB 143, Relating to voting equipment
  109. HB 149, Permits emergency vehicles in left lane
  110. HB 150, Allows public employee participation in public housing programs
  111. HB 151, Relating to rehiring PERS retirees
  112. State of Ohio Executive Budget, for the Biennium July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1995, Book Two, Report on Tax Expenditures (Presented by the Department of Taxation and Submitted to the 120th General Assembly by George V. Voinovich, Governor, January 1993)