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S. B. No. 57  As Reported by the House State Government Committee
As Reported by the House State Government Committee

128th General Assembly
Regular Session
2009-2010
S. B. No. 57


Senator Gibbs 

Cosponsors: Senators Schaffer, Wagoner, Schuring, Schuler, Sawyer, Buehrer, Seitz, Hughes, Carey, Fedor, Goodman, Harris, Morano, Patton, Turner, Wilson, Miller, D., Strahorn, Miller, R., Smith, Faber, Niehaus, Cafaro 

Representatives Gerberry, Lundy, Sayre, Stewart, Williams, B., Daniels, Adams, J., Grossman, Hall, Hite, Stebelton 



A BILL
To amend section 2108.31 of the Revised Code to permit persons who are sixteen to donate blood with parental consent.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF OHIO:
Section 1. That section 2108.31 of the Revised Code be amended to read as follows:
Sec. 2108.31.  Any person seventeen years of age or older may, without consent of the person's parent or guardian, donate blood in a voluntary blood program, which that is not operated for profit, without consent of the person's parent or guardian. Before Any person sixteen years of age but less than seventeen years of age may, with consent of the person's parent or guardian, donate blood in a voluntary blood program that is not operated for profit.
Before obtaining blood donations from students at high schools, joint vocational schools, or technical schools, a blood program shall arrange for the dissemination of written donation information to students to be shared with their parents or guardians. This information shall include a statement that the students will be requested to donate blood.
Section 2. That existing section 2108.31 of the Revised Code is hereby repealed.
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