130th Ohio General Assembly
HOUSE CALENDAR -- 2014-12-17(1) at 13:30
130TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
OF THE
STATE OF OHIO

HOUSE CALENDAR

Wednesday — December 17, 2014 — 1:30 PM


Consideration of Senate Amendments
Am. Sub. H. J. R. No. 12 — Representatives Huffman, Sykes 

Cosponsors: Representatives Amstutz, Anielski, Ashford, Baker, Brown, Burkley, Clyde, Duffey, Grossman, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hayes, Kunze, Letson, McClain, McGregor, Patmon, Scherer, Schuring, Stebelton, Wachtmann Speaker Batchelder  Senators Faber, Coley, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Burke, Eklund, Gardner, Gentile, Hite, LaRose, Lehner, Peterson, Sawyer, Schiavoni, Turner, Widener 


Proposing to enact new Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 of Article XI and to repeal Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 of Article XI of the Constitution of the State of Ohio to revise the redistricting process for General Assembly districts.
(Senate recommends amended resolution for adoption, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2578)
(Senate committee on Rules recommends substitute resolution for adoption, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2570)
(House recommends adoption, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2907)
(House committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends substitute resolution for adoption, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2902)

Am. H. B. No. 326 — Representatives Roegner, Reece 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hood, Stebelton, Wachtmann, Thompson, Huffman, Becker, Mallory, Buchy, Sheehy, DeVitis, Young, Duffey, Landis, Adams, R., Amstutz, Anielski, Antonio, Ashford, Baker, Barborak, Barnes, Beck, Blair, Blessing, Brown, Budish, Burkley, Celebrezze, Cera, Curtin, Damschroder, Driehaus, Fedor, Gerberry, Green, Hackett, Hagan, R., Hall, Letson, Milkovich, O'Brien, Patterson, Perales, Pillich, Rogers, Scherer, Sears, Slesnick, Smith, Sprague, Stinziano, Strahorn, Williams, Winburn Speaker Batchelder  Senators Bacon, Burke, Hughes, LaRose, Manning, Patton 


To amend section 4779.02 of the Revised Code to add pharmacists to the professional license exception to the Orthotist, Prosthetist, and Pedorthist Licensing Law.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2475)
(Senate committee on Commerce and Labor recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 9, 2014, p. 2448)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, January 15, 2014, p. 1564)
(House committee on Commerce, Labor, and Technology recommends passage, see House Journal, December 11, 2013, p. 1508)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 394 — Representatives Smith, Antonio 

Cosponsors: Representatives Wachtmann, Brown, Hagan, R., Schuring, Sears, Sprague, Barnes, Ramos, Baker, Beck, Bishoff, Buchy, Fedor, Hackett, Heard, Hill, Letson, McClain, Milkovich, Patmon, Rogers, Rosenberger, Scherer, Sheehy Speaker Batchelder  Senators Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Eklund, Hite, Jones, Kearney, Lehner, Manning, Oelslager, Patton, Peterson, Seitz, Tavares, Uecker, Widener 


To amend sections 2925.02, 3701.63, 3701.64, 3719.01, 3719.061, 3729.05, 4715.14, 4715.30, 4723.28, 4723.481, 4723.486, 4725.16, 4725.19, 4729.12, 4729.16, 4729.18, 4729.41, 4729.85, 4729.86, 4730.25, 4730.41, 4730.48, 4731.22, 4731.281, 4773.03, 4773.08, 5104.015, 5104.017, 5104.018, 5165.08, 5165.513, 5165.515, and 5165.99; to enact sections 3701.66, 3701.67, 3701.68, 3702.40, and 5104.014; and to repeal sections 4715.15, 4723.433, 4730.093, and 4731.77 of the Revised Code to modify the authority of pharmacists and pharmacy interns to administer immunizations; to require the inclusion of certain information in mammography report summaries; to revise the law governing the licensure of recreational vehicle parts, recreation camps, combined park-camps, and temporary park-camps; to generally require immunizations for children enrolled in child care; to create the Commission on Infant Mortality and require the establishment of infant safe sleep procedures and policies; to modify the offense of "corrupting another with drugs"; to require the State Board of Pharmacy to prepare semiannual reports on opioid prescriptions; to revise the laws governing the Ohio Automated Rx Reporting System and opioid prescriptions issued for minors; to require under certain conditions the reinstatement of licenses to practice certain radiologic professions; to eliminate patient notice requirements concerning Lyme disease testing; to revise certain laws on nursing facility admission policies and exclusions from Medicaid provider agreements; to amend the versions of sections 4715.30, 4715.302, 4723.28, 4723.487, 4725.092, 4725.19, 4730.25, 4730.53, 4731.055, and 4731.22 of the Revised Code that are scheduled to take effect April 1, 2015, to continue the provisions of this act on and after that effective date; and to declare an emergency.
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2476)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2471)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, April 2, 2014, p. 1903)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends passage, see House Journal, March 12, 2014, p. 1787)

Sub. H. B. No. 440 — Representative Brown 

Cosponsors: Representatives Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Celebrezze, DeVitis, Green, Hagan, R., Milkovich, Patmon, Perales, Adams, R., Anielski, Antonio, Baker, Barborak, Barnes, Beck, Blair, Blessing, Boose, Boyce, Buchy, Budish, Burkley, Butler, Carney, Clyde, Derickson, Dovilla, Driehaus, Duffey, Fedor, Foley, Gerberry, Grossman, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hall, Hayes, Heard, Henne, Hill, Hottinger, Huffman, Johnson, Kunze, Landis, Letson, Lundy, Lynch, Maag, McClain, O'Brien, Patterson, Pelanda, Pillich, Redfern, Reece, Retherford, Roegner, Rogers, Romanchuk, Rosenberger, Scherer, Schuring, Sears, Sheehy, Slaby, Sprague, Stautberg, Stebelton, Stinziano, Strahorn, Terhar, Wachtmann, Winburn Speaker Batchelder  Senators LaRose, Cafaro, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Brown, Burke, Coley, Eklund, Faber, Gardner, Gentile, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Jordan, Kearney, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Oelslager, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Schiavoni, Seitz, Skindell, Smith, Tavares, Turner, Uecker, Widener 


To amend section 5533.636 and to enact sections 5533.053, 5533.255, 5533.311, 5533.464, 5533.511, 5533.641, 5533.679, 5533.781, 5533.782, 5533.783, 5533.812, 5534.03, 5534.04, 5534.07, 5534.08, 5534.09, 5534.10, 5534.11, 5534.12, 5534.13, 5534.14, 5534.40, 5534.41, and 5534.42 of the Revised Code to designate a number of memorial highways and bridges in honor of members of the armed forces of the United States and first responders.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2479)
(Senate committee on Transportation recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2472)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2060)
(House committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, March 26, 2014, p. 1859)

Sub. H. B. No. 463 — Representative Johnson 

Cosponsors: Representatives Duffey, Roegner, Scherer, Milkovich, Blessing, Schuring, Bishoff, Young, Hackett, Stinziano, Smith, Stebelton, Rosenberger, Adams, R., Grossman, Celebrezze, Sears, Barnes, Hill, Amstutz, Perales, Terhar, Thompson, Retherford, Lundy, Barborak, Wachtmann, Sprague, Antonio, Baker, Beck, Boose, Brown, Buchy, Budish, Burkley, Butler, Cera, DeVitis, Dovilla, Driehaus, Green, Hagan, C., Hall, Hayes, Landis, Letson, Mallory, McClain, O'Brien, Patterson, Rogers, Romanchuk, Ruhl, Sheehy, Slaby, Strahorn, Sykes, Winburn Speaker Batchelder  Senators Gardner, Balderson, Beagle, Brown, Eklund, Hughes, Jones, LaRose, Lehner, Obhof, Oelslager, Patton, Peterson, Schaffer, Tavares, Uecker 


To amend sections 3333.61, 4715.031, 4715.037, 4715.10, 4715.13, 4715.22, 4715.23, 4715.24, 4715.363, 4715.366, 4715.371, 4715.373, 4715.39, 4715.56, 4715.64, and 4715.66 and to enact sections 3702.96, 3702.961, 3702.962, 3702.963, 3702.964, 3702.965, 3702.966, 3702.967, and 4715.421 of the Revised Code to make changes to the laws governing dental professionals.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2480)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2472)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2187)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2110)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 494 — Representative Schuring 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hagan, C., Slesnick, Slaby, Amstutz, Landis, Barborak, Blair, Boose, Brown, Burkley, Damschroder, Grossman, Hackett, Hill, Maag, Young, Adams, R., Hottinger, Williams, Rogers, Adams, J., Anielski, Antonio, Beck, Blessing, Green, Huffman, Johnson, McClain, Milkovich, Patterson, Romanchuk, Ruhl, Scherer, Sheehy, Terhar, Thompson  Senators Beagle, Burke, Cafaro, Eklund, Lehner, Patton, Peterson, Schiavoni, Seitz 


To amend sections 133.01, 715.70, 715.71, 715.74, 4301.80, 4303.181, 4504.08, 4504.09, 5747.24, 5747.331, and 5751.52, to enact sections 4504.22 and 5595.01 to 5595.13 of the Revised Code, to amend Section 9 of Am. Sub. H.B. 386 of the 129th General Assembly, as subsequently amended, to amend Section 363.487 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly, and to amend Section 363.10 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly, as subsequently amended, to authorize counties to undertake regional transportation improvement projects funded by the issuance of securities and by revenue pledges from the state and political subdivisions and taxing districts located within the cooperating counties, to increase the amount of time a person may spend in Ohio before being presumed to be a resident for state income tax purposes, to authorize taxpayers eligible to claim a tax credit for qualified research and development loan payments to claim the credit, retroactive to taxable years beginning in 2008, against the income tax, to authorize municipal corporations and townships to create a community entertainment district as part of a joint economic development district contract, to make changes to video lottery terminal facilities, and to make an appropriation.
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2495)
(Senate committee on Ways and Means recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2474)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2145)
(House committee on State and Local Government recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2055)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 178 — Representative Phillips 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hayes, Mallory, Strahorn, Reece, Fedor, Heard, Antonio, Bishoff, Amstutz, Anielski, Ashford, Baker, Barborak, Barnes, Beck, Boyce, Boyd, Brenner, Brown, Budish, Burkley, Carney, Celebrezze, Cera, Clyde, Curtin, Derickson, DeVitis, Driehaus, Grossman, Hottinger, Huffman, Kunze, Letson, Lundy, Milkovich, O'Brien, Patmon, Patterson, Pillich, Roegner, Rogers, Ruhl, Sheehy, Stebelton, Winburn, Young Speaker Batchelder  Senators Gentile, Hughes, Patton, Sawyer, Skindell, Turner 


To amend sections 3313.976, 3314.03, 3326.11, 3328.24, and 3737.73 and to enact section 3319.46 of the Revised Code and to amend Sections 263.10 and 263.230 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly, as subsequently amended, with respect to school safety drills in public and private schools; the use of seclusion and physical restraint on students and positive behavior intervention supports in public schools; and the qualification of private schools that are located within the boundaries of a city, local, or exempted village school district adjacent to the pilot project school district for the Pilot Project Scholarship Program and to make an appropriation.
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2505)
(Senate committee on Education recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2497)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, March 19, 2014, p. 1836)
(House committee on Education recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, December 11, 2013, p. 1509)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 201 — Representative Butler 

Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, J., Terhar, Thompson, Hayes, Adams, R., Amstutz, Anielski, Beck, Bishoff, Blair, Blessing, Boyce, Budish, Burkley, Conditt, Green, Hood, Huffman, Letson, Milkovich, Perales, Retherford, Strahorn, Sykes, Winburn Speaker Batchelder  Senators Burke, Coley, Eklund, Jordan, Patton, Seitz 


To amend sections 1739.061, 1751.14, 1751.69, 3923.022, 3923.24, 3923.241, 3923.281, 3923.57, 3923.58, 3923.601, 3923.65, 3923.83, 3923.85, 3924.01, and 5301.36 and to enact sections 505.377, 737.082, 737.222, and 5301.361 of the Revised Code to make changes relative to entries of satisfaction, to clarify the status of volunteer firefighters for purposes of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, to make changes regarding coverage for a dependent child under a parent's health insurance plan and the hours of work needed to qualify for coverage under a small employer health benefit plan, to increase the duration of the health insurance considered to be short-term under certain insurance laws, and to make changes to the chemotherapy parity law.
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2506)
(Senate committee on Insurance and Financial Institutions recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2471)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, February 26, 2014, p. 1740)
(House committee on Financial Institutions, Housing, and Urban Development recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, February 13, 2014, p. 1670)

Sub. H. B. No. 247 — Representative Stebelton 

Cosponsors: Representatives Huffman, Butler, Sears, Becker, Lynch, Antonio, Barnes, Bishoff, Brown, Carney, Schuring, Adams, R., Amstutz, Anielski, Beck, Blair, Boose, Buchy, Burkley, Celebrezze, DeVitis, Dovilla, Duffey, Green, Grossman, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hall, Hayes, Heard, Hill, Hottinger, Johnson, Landis, Maag, Mallory, McClain, Milkovich, O'Brien, Roegner, Rogers, Ruhl, Slaby, Smith, Sprague, Stinziano, Winburn Speaker Batchelder  Senators Brown, Tavares, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Coley, Eklund, Faber, Gardner, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Jordan, Kearney, LaRose, Lehner, Obhof, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Seitz, Turner, Uecker 


To amend sections 2305.235, 3701.85, 5122.11, and 5122.111 of the Revised Code to make clear that any person may perform automated external defibrillation, to extend qualified immunity from civil liability to premises owners and other persons involved with automated external defibrillator placement and use, to allow proceedings for a mentally ill person subject to court order to be in a probate court in any county, rather than in the county where the mentally ill person subject to court order resides, and to modify the form of the affidavit used to initiate proceedings for court-ordered treatment of a mentally ill person.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2537)
(Senate committee on Civil Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2422)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 1815)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, November 13, 2013, p. 1351)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, October 17, 2013, p. 1267)

Sub. H. B. No. 258 — Representative Gonzales 

Cosponsors: Representatives Becker, Grossman, Hood, Retherford, Roegner, Wachtmann, Brown, Schuring, Amstutz, Anielski, Antonio, Beck, Burkley, Damschroder, Duffey, Hackett, Reece, Sears Speaker Batchelder  Senator Lehner 


To amend sections 4725.40 and 4725.51 and to enact section 4725.411 of the Revised Code regarding licensed spectacle dispensing opticians.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2538)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2471)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, November 6, 2013, p. 1326)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, October 30, 2013, p. 1297)

Sub. H. B. No. 290 — Representative Stebelton 

Cosponsors: Representatives Becker, Smith, Huffman, Grossman, Adams, J., Terhar, Blessing, Scherer, Hood, Buchy, Brenner, Fedor, Perales, Maag, Antonio, Baker, Barnes, Beck, Burkley, Driehaus, Green, Milkovich, Phillips, Sheehy, Stautberg Speaker Batchelder  Senators Coley, Patton, Seitz, Uecker 


To amend sections 2305.113, 2901.12, 3313.75, 3313.76, 3313.77, 3313.78, 3721.02, and 5165.67 and to enact sections 1901.028, 1907.04, 2301.04, 2501.20, and 3313.791 of the Revised Code regarding the use of school district premises by members of the public and immunity from civil liability for a school district and schools when permitting members of the public to use school premises, regarding the use of results of an inspection of a nursing home or the results of a Medicare or Medicaid survey of a nursing facility in an advertisement, regarding the continued orderly operation of the courts in case of a disaster, civil disorder, or other extraordinary circumstance, and regarding the limitation of claims arising out of skilled nursing care or personal care services provided in a home.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2539)
(Senate committee on Civil Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2499)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, May 14, 2014, p. 2030)
(House committee on Education recommends passage, see House Journal, March 12, 2014, p. 1787)

Sub. H. B. No. 367 — Representatives Driehaus, Sprague 

Cosponsors: Representatives Antonio, Butler, Fedor, Hackett, Perales, Smith, Phillips, Bishoff, Adams, R., Anielski, Ashford, Baker, Barnes, Beck, Blair, Blessing, Boose, Boyce, Buchy, Burkley, Carney, Celebrezze, Cera, Conditt, Curtin, Damschroder, Derickson, DeVitis, Dovilla, Duffey, Foley, Gerberry, Green, Hagan, C., Hagan, R., Hall, Hayes, Henne, Hill, Hottinger, Huffman, Johnson, Landis, Letson, Lundy, Lynch, Mallory, McClain, Milkovich, O'Brien, Patmon, Patterson, Pillich, Ramos, Reece, Rogers, Romanchuk, Rosenberger, Ruhl, Schuring, Sears, Sheehy, Slaby, Stebelton, Stinziano, Strahorn, Sykes, Terhar, Thompson, Wachtmann, Williams, Winburn, Young Speaker Batchelder  Senators Bacon, Balderson, Brown, Eklund, Hite, Hughes, Jones, LaRose, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Seitz, Turner 


To amend sections 3301.0711, 3301.0712, 3301.0715, 3313.60, 3313.603, 3313.608, 3313.618, 3313.672, 3313.68, 3314.06, 3317.034, 3319.227, 3319.261, 4729.291, and 4729.541 and to enact section 4731.056 of the Revised Code and to amend Sections 263.20 and 263.320 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly, as subsequently amended, and Section 9 of Am. Sub. H.B. 487 of the 130th General Assembly to require the health curriculum of each school district to include instruction in prescription opioid abuse prevention, to establish requirements regarding controlled substances containing buprenorphine used for the purpose of treating drug dependence or addiction, to revise the law regarding state assessments and academic performance reporting, to make other changes regarding primary and secondary education programs, and to make an appropriation.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2540)
(Senate committee on Education recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2498)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, March 12, 2014, p. 1795)
(House committee on Education recommends passage, see House Journal, February 27, 2014, p. 1763)

Sub. H. B. No. 663 — Representatives Buchy, Huffman 

Cosponsors: Representatives Brenner, Maag, Scherer, Wachtmann Speaker Batchelder  Senators Coley, Eklund, Hughes, Patton, Seitz 


To amend sections 120.33, 149.43, 2317.02, 2941.51, 2945.10, and 2953.21 and to enact sections 2949.221 and 2949.222 of the Revised Code to provide confidentiality and license protection for persons and entities involved in executing a sentence of capital punishment by lethal injection, to provide for a schedule of fees to be paid to appointed counsel in a capital case as set by the Supreme Court, to provide that the attorney client privilege does not apply if the case is a capital case and the client subsequently claims ineffective assistance of counsel regarding the case, to provide for written jury instructions in capital cases, to provide for a joint legislative study committee to study the manner in which families of homicide victims can best be supported, to extend to 365 days the time for filing a postconviction relief petition, and to amend the version of section 149.43 of the Revised Code that is scheduled to take effect on March 20, 2015, to continue the provisions of this act on and after that date.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2541)
(Senate committee on Criminal Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2502)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, November 20, 2014, p. 2859)
(House committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, November 20, 2014, p. 2840)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 109 — Representative Damschroder 

Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, R., Ruhl, Stinziano, Brenner, Gonzales, Buchy, Maag, Barnes, Bishoff, Brown, Carney, Schuring, Smith, Barborak, Hagan, C., Mallory, Milkovich, Pillich Speaker Batchelder  Senators Bacon, Burke, Coley, Hughes 


To amend sections 1345.30 and 1345.99 of the Revised Code to specify individuals who are permitted to recommend and fit hearing aids and to prohibit specified sales of hearing aids via mail.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2544)
(Senate committee on Rules recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2502)
(Senate committee on Commerce and Labor recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, November, 12, 2013, p. 1300)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, June 25, 2013, p. 741)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, June 12, 2013, p. 681)

Sub. H. B. No. 131 — Representatives Johnson, Stinziano 

Cosponsors: Representatives Antonio, Beck, Boyd, Dovilla, Driehaus, Duffey, Fedor, Grossman, Hagan, C., Hagan, R., Letson, Ramos, Ruhl, Slaby, Stebelton, Wachtmann, Bishoff, Anielski, Baker, Butler, Carney, Kunze, Mallory, Milkovich, O'Brien, Rogers, Sprague, Terhar  Senators Kearney, Hite, Lehner, Seitz, Turner 


To amend sections 4713.01, 4713.08, and 4713.64 and to enact sections 4713.50 and 4713.51 of the Revised Code regarding the use and regulation of tanning facilities.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2545)
(Senate committee on Rules recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2503)
(Senate committee on Commerce and Labor recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2470)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal June 4, 2014, p. 2416)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2110)

Sub. H. B. No. 552 — Representative Stautberg 

Cosponsors: Representatives Beck, Becker, Driehaus, Grossman, Milkovich, Rosenberger, Ruhl, Slaby, Stinziano, Bishoff, Brown, Sprague, Wachtmann, Amstutz, Anielski, Antonio, Ashford, Baker, Barborak, Blessing, Boose, Boyce, Buchy, Butler, Carney, Celebrezze, Cera, Conditt, Curtin, Damschroder, Derickson, DeVitis, Dovilla, Duffey, Fedor, Gerberry, Green, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hall, Hayes, Huffman, Johnson, Kunze, Landis, Letson, Lundy, Maag, Mallory, McClain, McGregor, O'Brien, Patterson, Pelanda, Perales, Reece, Roegner, Rogers, Romanchuk, Schuring, Sears, Sheehy, Smith, Strahorn, Terhar, Thompson, Williams, Winburn Speaker Batchelder  Senators Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Brown, Burke, Eklund, Faber, Gardner, Gentile, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Kearney, LaRose, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Schiavoni, Seitz, Skindell, Turner, Uecker, Widener 


To enact sections 9.57 and 3701.69 of the Revised Code to require the distribution of information on Down syndrome under certain conditions and to establish language standards for signs containing the international symbol of access.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2547)
(Senate committee on Rules recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2504)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2472)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, November 12, 2014, p. 2764)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014, p. 2406)

Am. H. B. No. 474 — Representatives Dovilla, Pelanda 

Cosponsors: Representatives Brenner, Ramos, Derickson, Stebelton, Blessing, Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Celebrezze, DeVitis, Green, Hagan, R., Perales, Adams, R., Anielski, Antonio, Baker, Barborak, Beck, Brown, Buchy, Budish, Burkley, Fedor, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hall, Hayes, Hill, Johnson, Kunze, Landis, Letson, Milkovich, Patterson, Roegner, Rogers, Schuring, Sheehy, Smith, Sprague, Strahorn, Thompson, Wachtmann, Young Speaker Batchelder  Senators LaRose, Gentile, Balderson, Brown, Cafaro, Coley, Faber, Gardner, Hite, Hughes, Kearney, Manning, Patton, Peterson, Schaffer, Turner, Uecker 


To amend sections 4501.21 and 4503.499 and to enact sections 4503.576 and 5533.242 of the Revised Code to create the "Ohio State Beekeepers Association" license plate, to alter the law governing the pediatric brain tumor awareness license plate, and to designate a portion of Interstate Route 75 in Hamilton County as the "William L. Mallory, Sr. Memorial Highway."
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 2548)
(Senate committee on Transportation recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2473)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014, p. 2417)
(House committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 13, 2014, p. 2007)


Bills for Third Consideration
Sub. S. B. No. 207 — Senators Patton, Manning, Turner, Tavares 

Cosponsors: Senators Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Brown, Burke, Cafaro, Coley, Eklund, Gardner, Gentile, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Jordan, Kearney, Lehner, Obhof, Oelslager, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Schiavoni, Uecker, Widener 


To amend sections 2105.06, 2937.02, 3107.07, 3109.042, and 3111.04 and to enact sections 2105.062, 3109.50, 3109.501, 3109.502, 3109.503, 3109.504, 3109.505, 3109.506, and 3109.507 of the Revised Code regarding the parental rights of a person who was convicted of or pleaded guilty to rape or sexual battery.
(Pending Committee Report)

Sub. S. B. No. 250 — Senators Jones, LaRose 

Cosponsors: Senators Beagle, Burke, Lehner, Coley, Kearney, Bacon, Balderson, Eklund, Faber, Gardner, Hite, Hughes, Jordan, Obhof, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Seitz, Uecker, Widener 


To amend sections 3107.055, 3107.062, 3107.063, 3107.064, 3107.07, 3107.16, 5103.17, 5747.37, and 5747.98 and to enact sections 3107.067, 3107.068, 3107.069, 3107.0611, 3107.0612, 3107.0613, and 3107.0614 of the Revised Code to require that certain pre-birth adoption notifications be sent to each putative father; to reduce the time within which a putative father must register with the putative father registry; to reduce the period of time to appeal an adoption decree; to permit certain entities to advertise regarding the adoption of children; to define for purposes of an adoption "living expenses" of a birth mother and to specify how they must be paid; and to increase the adoption income tax credit.
(Pending Committee Report)

Sub. S. B. No. 316 — Senator Cafaro 

Cosponsors: Senators Turner, Brown, Schiavoni, LaRose, Obhof, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Burke, Coley, Eklund, Faber, Gardner, Gentile, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Kearney, Lehner, Manning, Oelslager, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Seitz, Tavares, Uecker, Widener 


To amend sections 109.573 and 2933.82 of the Revised Code to require a law enforcement agency to review its records pertaining to specified homicide and sex offenses and to forward the contents of a related sexual assault examination kit in its possession to the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation or another crime laboratory for DNA analysis based on the outcome of the review, to require a law enforcement agency that initiates an investigation and determines that one or more persons may have committed or participated in a specified homicide or sex offense or another offense committed during the course of a specified homicide or sex offense to forward the contents of a sexual assault examination kit it possesses to the Bureau or another crime laboratory within thirty days for DNA analysis, and to require consideration of time remaining under a statute of limitations as a factor in prioritizing the order in which the DNA specimens forwarded by law enforcement agencies undergo DNA analysis.
(Pending Committee Report)

Am. S. B. No. 361 — Senator Seitz 

Cosponsors: Senators Eklund, Obhof, LaRose, Bacon, Patton, Brown, Burke, Coley, Faber, Hite, Jordan, Kearney, Lehner, Sawyer, Schiavoni, Skindell, Turner, Uecker 


To amend sections 2901.21 and 2901.22 and to enact section 2901.20 of the Revised Code to clarify when strict criminal liability is imposed or a degree of culpability is required for the commission of an offense, to modify the concept of acting recklessly, and to require that future acts creating criminal offenses specify the requisite degree of culpability.
(Pending Committee Report)



(Bills or resolutions below the black line have been recommended for passage or adoption by designated committee)
Am. H. B. No. 15 — Representative Hill 

Cosponsors: Representatives Sears, Adams, J., Grossman, Becker, Blair, Boose, Brown, Gonzales, Hackett, Kunze, McClain, McGregor, Roegner, Ruhl, Scherer, Smith, Stebelton, Thompson, Wachtmann, Young, Barnes, O'Brien, Patmon, Pillich, Reece, Hayes 


To amend section 2933.52 of the Revised Code to exempt under certain circumstances a parent or a person acting in loco parentis from the prohibition of the interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, October 6, 2014, p. 2721)

H. B. No. 66 — Representatives Antonio, Patmon 

Cosponsors: Representatives Ramos, Foley, Cera, Driehaus, Fedor, Gerberry, Hagan, R., Slesnick, Pillich, Stinziano, Lundy, Strahorn, Patterson, Buchy, Boyce, Phillips, Ruhl, Rogers, Boyd, Anielski, Barborak, Damschroder, Mallory, Celebrezze, Johnson, Milkovich, Perales 


To enact section 5533.921 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of State Route 2 in Cuyahoga County as the Governor Richard F. Celeste Shoreway.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 22, 2013, p. 537)

Sub. H. B. No. 122 — Representative Kunze 

Cosponsor: Representative Pillich 


To amend section 2905.05 of the Revised Code to prohibit under the offense of criminal child enticement an offender, for an unlawful purpose and without privilege, consent, or a public safety or education-related employment, from soliciting, coaxing, enticing, or luring the child to accompany the offender and to declare an emergency.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, June 20, 2013, p. 729)

H. B. No. 133 — Representatives Slesnick, Johnson 

Cosponsors: Representatives Blair, Damschroder, DeVitis, Hall, Henne, Hood, Letson, Maag, Mallory, Pillich, Ramos, Reece, Stautberg, Terhar, Wachtmann, Young, Ruhl 


To amend sections 4503.181, 4503.19, 4503.21, 4503.23, and 4549.10 and to enact section 4503.192 of the Revised Code to require that motor vehicles carry only one license plate to be displayed on the rear of the vehicle, and to amend the version of section 4503.21 of the Revised Code that is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2017, to continue the provisions of this act on and after that effective date.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, June 25, 2013, p. 758)

H. B. No. 145 — Representative Henne 

Cosponsors: Representatives Antonio, Brenner, Fedor, Sykes, Duffey, Stebelton, Wachtmann, Foley, Stinziano, Rogers, Damschroder, Mallory, Hagan, R. 


To amend sections 4511.132 and 4511.27 of the Revised Code to provide that when a motor vehicle passes a bicycle the safe passing distance to the left is three feet, and to alter the protocol for proceeding into an intersection that has malfunctioning traffic lights.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2094)

Sub. H. B. No. 197 — Representatives Barnes, Grossman 

Cosponsors: Representatives Antonio, Mallory, Patmon, Schuring, Wachtmann, Brown 


To amend sections 2743.51, 2743.56, 2743.59, 2743.60, and 2743.66 and to enact sections 107.64, 3333.27, and 3344.07 of the Revised Code to award twenty-five thousand dollars per year for a period of years to any survivor of abduction; to assist any survivor of abduction with educational and health care expenses; to name this act the "Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus Survivors of Abduction Act"; and to declare an emergency.
(Committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, October 17, 2013, p. 1266)

Am. H. B. No. 204 — Representative Perales 

Cosponsors: Representatives Stinziano, Hagan, R., Terhar, Henne, Damschroder 


To amend sections 4507.071, 4507.21, and 4511.093 of the Revised Code to modify the law related to graduated driver's licenses and to extend the driver education or training course requirement to all applicants under the age of twenty-one.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, February 12, 2014, p. 1653)

Am. H. B. No. 207 — Representative Damschroder 

Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, J., Beck, Becker, Hood, Huffman, Stebelton, Thompson, Mallory, DeVitis, Green 


To amend sections 2743.58 and 2744.02 and to enact section 4561.50 of the Revised Code to limit the use of drones by law enforcement agencies and prohibit the defense of sovereign immunity with regard to a prohibited use of drones.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2094)

Am. H. B. No. 216 — Representative Patterson 

Cosponsors: Representatives Foley, Antonio, Strahorn, Bishoff, Driehaus 


To amend sections 3311.24 and 3311.38 and to enact section 3311.241 of the Revised Code to forgive a school district's indebtedness to the Solvency Assistance Fund upon its voluntary consolidation with another district if specified conditions are satisfied.
(Committee on Education recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, October 31, 2013, p. 1306)

Am. H. B. No. 221 — Representatives Terhar, Heard 

Cosponsors: Representatives Butler, Boyd, Gerberry, Becker, Perales, Lundy, Baker, Retherford, Mallory, Fedor, Young, Cera, Boose, Letson, Williams, Foley, Anielski 


To amend sections 122.60, 122.71, 135.03, 135.032, 135.04, 135.06, 135.08, 135.10, 135.14, 135.144, 135.18, 135.32, 135.321, 135.33, 135.35, 135.353, 135.37, 135.51, 135.52, 135.53, 1733.04, 1733.041, 1733.24, 1733.30, and 1733.31 and to enact sections 135.011, 135.031, and 135.322 of the Revised Code to permit credit unions to serve as public depositories under certain circumstances and to allow credit unions to participate in the Development Services Agency's Capital Access Loan Program and its various small business loan guarantee programs.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2095)

H. B. No. 227 — Representatives Retherford, Boose 

Cosponsors: Representatives Brenner, Hood, Becker, Young, Thompson, Adams, J., Beck, Buchy, Gonzales, Huffman, Lynch, Maag, Roegner, Wachtmann, Butler, Romanchuk 


To enact sections 190.01 and 190.02 of the Revised Code to enter into the Health Care Compact.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends passage, see House Journal, April 2, 2014, p. 1880)

H. B. No. 233 — Representative Grossman 

Cosponsors: Representatives Rogers, Retherford, Pillich, Sheehy, Damschroder, Ruhl, Celebrezze, Green, Milkovich 


To enact section 5533.096 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of Interstate Route 270 in Franklin County as the "Army Specialist Nicholuas E. Zimmer Memorial Highway."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, January 21, 2014, p. 1575)

H. B. No. 239 — Representatives Ruhl, Brenner 

Cosponsor: Representative Hackett 


To amend section 306.06 of the Revised Code to allow the operator of a county transit system to enter into an agreement with a public or private entity for certain services, materials, equipment, or supplies if determined necessary for the generation of operating funds.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014, p. 2407)

Sub. H. B. No. 251 — Representative Barborak 

Cosponsors: Representatives Conditt, O'Brien, Pillich, Rogers, Butler, Celebrezze 


To amend sections 2925.02, 2925.03, 2925.06, 2925.11, 2925.13, 2925.22, 2925.23, 2925.36, 2925.37, 2929.13, 2951.041, and 2953.08 of the Revised Code to eliminate the special sentencing mechanism that applies for most felonies of the fourth and fifth degree and that generally provides for a community control sanction for such offenses.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, March 13, 2014, p. 1804)

H. B. No. 265 — Representatives Stinziano, Grossman 

Cosponsors: Representatives Driehaus, Mallory, Patmon, Reece, Sheehy, Strahorn, Wachtmann, Bishoff, Brown, Hagan, R., Schuring 


To amend sections 737.051, 737.161, 3501.29, 3781.111, 4503.44, and 4511.69 of the Revised Code to alter the designation of special parking locations for persons who have a disability that limits or impairs the ability to walk by designating such locations as "accessible parking spaces" or "disability parking spaces."
(Committee on Health and Aging recommends passage, see House Journal, April 9, 2014, p. 1933)

H. B. No. 287 — Representatives Letson, O'Brien 

Cosponsors: Representatives Johnson, Landis, Pillich, Barborak, Bishoff, Dovilla, Fedor, Milkovich, Perales, Young, Rosenberger 


To enact sections 5533.781 and 5533.782 of the Revised Code to designate the "Persian Gulf Veterans Bridge" and the "Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Bridge" within the municipal corporation of Niles in Trumbull County.
(Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs recommends passage, see House Journal, December 4, 2013, p. 1438)

Am. H. B. No. 301 — Representatives Pelanda, Bishoff 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hood, Blessing, Brenner, Antonio, Reece, Fedor, Schuring 


To amend sections 4723.07 and 4723.48 and to enact section 4723.488 of the Revised Code to authorize a person not otherwise authorized to do so to administer certain drugs pursuant to delegation by an advanced practice registered nurse who holds a certificate to prescribe.
(Committee on Health and Aging recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, May 22, 2014, p. 2071)

H. B. No. 303 — Representative Hayes 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hood, Adams, J., Becker, Derickson, Hall, Wachtmann, Scherer, Hill, Buchy, Maag, Lynch, McClain, Conditt, Henne, Patmon 


To amend sections 3314.03, 3326.11, and 3328.24 and to enact sections 3320.01, 3320.02, and 3320.03 of the Revised Code regarding student religious expression.
(Committee on Education recommends passage, see House Journal, December 2, 2014, p. 2870)

H. B. No. 304 — Representative Hayes 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hood, Becker, Derickson, Hall, Wachtmann, Buchy, Maag, Lynch, McClain, Conditt, Henne, Patmon, Brenner 


To amend sections 3314.03, 3326.11, and 3328.24 and to enact section 3320.01 of the Revised Code regarding student access to public school facilities.
(Committee on Education recommends passage, see House Journal, December 2, 2014, p. 2870)

Sub. H. B. No. 321 — Representatives Duffey, Hagan, C. 

Cosponsors: Representatives Amstutz, Blair, Henne, Landis, Roegner, Schuring, Sears, Stinziano, Terhar, Bishoff, Hackett, Young, Brown 


To amend section 149.43 and to enact section 149.62 of the Revised Code to create the DataOhio Board, and to specify requirements for posting public records online.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2106)

H. B. No. 322 — Representatives Duffey, Hagan, C. 

Cosponsors: Representatives Amstutz, Blair, Butler, Henne, Landis, Roegner, Schuring, Terhar, Bishoff, Hackett, Young, Brown 


To enact section 117.432 of the Revised Code to require the Auditor of State to adopt rules regarding a uniform accounting system for public offices.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2107)

Sub. H. B. No. 323 — Representatives Duffey, Hagan, C. 

Cosponsors: Representatives Amstutz, Blair, Henne, Landis, Roegner, Schuring, Stinziano, Terhar, Bishoff, Hackett, Young, Brown 


To enact section 149.65 of the Revised Code to establish an online catalog of public data at data.Ohio.gov.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2107)

H. B. No. 330 — Representative Barborak 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hagan, R., Slesnick, Rogers, Gerberry, Sheehy 


To enact section 5.093 of the Revised Code to designate the song entitled "Ohio" as the official state country song.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends passage, see House Journal, March 20, 2014, p. 1844)

Sub. H. B. No. 333 — Representative Stinziano 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hackett, Henne, Hood, Mallory, O'Brien, Lynch 


To enact section 4112.16 of the Revised Code to authorize an alleged aggrieved party to provide a notice of an alleged accessibility law violation in advance of filing a civil action and to establish the circumstances under which an alleged aggrieved party is entitled to attorney's fees in a civil action based on the violation.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 22, 2014, p. 2073)

H. B. No. 346 — Representative Damschroder 

Cosponsors: Representatives Foley, Wachtmann, Brenner, Ruhl, Terhar, Hackett, Grossman, Smith, DeVitis, Barborak, Milkovich, Retherford, Rogers, Becker, Thompson, Celebrezze, Mallory, Green, Hagan, R., Johnson 


To amend sections 4506.01, 4506.11, 4507.01, 4507.13, and 4507.52 and to enact sections 4506.072, 4507.021, 4507.061, and 4507.511 of the Revised Code, to amend the version of section 4507.01 of the Revised Code that is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2017, to continue the provisions of this act on and after that effective date, to authorize the issuance of an enhanced driver's license, enhanced commercial driver's license, and enhanced identification card to facilitate land and sea border crossings between the United States and Canada and Mexico, pursuant to an agreement with the United States Department of Homeland Security.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2053)

Sub. H. B. No. 349 — Representative Hackett 


To amend sections 2743.51, 2743.60, 2743.65, 2929.01, 2929.13, and 2929.14 and to enact sections 2743.611 and 2941.1424 of the Revised Code to require an additional definite term of imprisonment of 5 to 10 years for an offender who is convicted of or pleads guilty to a felony offense of violence if the offender is convicted of or pleads guilty to a specification that the victim suffered permanent disabling harm and to establish a procedure for the Attorney General to award additional reparations to a claimant if a victim suffered catastrophic disabling harm from the injury sustained due to the criminal conduct giving rise to the claim.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, October 6, 2014, p. 2721)

Am. H. B. No. 355 — Representatives Driehaus, Blair 

Cosponsors: Representatives Celebrezze, Boyd, Grossman, Ashford, Mallory, Blessing, Strahorn, Reece, Phillips, Antonio, Stinziano, Foley, Sheehy, Ramos, Boose, Pillich, Slesnick 


To amend sections 2903.13 and 2917.41 and to enact section 306.20 of the Revised Code to increase the penalty for assault when the victim is an employee of an Ohio transit system whom the offender knows or has reasonable cause to know is such an employee engaged in the performance of the victim's duties; to permit the court to impose a fine of up to $5000 and a six-month or lifetime prohibition from riding an Ohio transit system for assault committed in such specified circumstances; to authorize Ohio transit systems to post a warning sign indicating that abuse or assault of staff will not be tolerated and might result in a felony conviction; and to increase the penalty for evading payment of the known fares of a public transportation system.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014)

Am. H. B. No. 386 — Representative Burkley 

Cosponsors: Representatives Grossman, Buchy, Becker, Boose, Brenner, Brown, Butler, Duffey, Hackett, Hill, McClain, Perales, Ruhl, Scherer, Terhar, Thompson, Sprague, Stebelton 


To amend section 301.27 of the Revised Code to expand the work-related expenses that may be paid for by use of a credit card held by a board of county commissioners or the office of another county appointing authority.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, February 26, 2014, p. 1732)

H. B. No. 419 — Representatives Williams, Hagan, R. 

Cosponsors: Representatives Budish, Foley, Antonio, Celebrezze, Boyd, Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Green, Johnson, Milkovich, Perales 


To enact section 5533.671 of the Revised Code to designate portions of United States Route 422 within the municipal corporations of Cleveland and Youngstown as the "Arnold R. Pinkney Memorial Way."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2053)

H. B. No. 436 — Representative Slesnick 

Cosponsors: Representatives Williams, Reece, Cera, Blair, Letson, Bishoff, Hagan, R., Mallory, Barborak, Curtin, Strahorn, Ashford, Rogers, Gerberry, Brown, Sheehy 


To enact section 5.2296 of the Revised Code to designate October 7 as Moses Fleetwood Walker Day.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends passage, see House Journal, March 20, 2014, p. 1845)

Sub. H. B. No. 438 — Representatives Pelanda, Grossman 

Cosponsors: Representatives Stebelton, Hackett, Phillips, Fedor, Buchy, Blair, Celebrezze 


To amend sections 2151.421, 2151.99, and 3109.51 and to enact section 3109.81 of the Revised Code to require persons listed in the statute that governs reports of known or suspected child abuse or neglect to notify the county public children services agency when an attorney in fact under a document that purports to grant parental rights requests services from those persons, to require the agency to investigate the child's placement with the attorney in fact, and to require the agency to file a dependency complaint if it determines that the placement is unsafe for the child.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, November 19, 2014, p. 2788)

Sub. H. B. No. 447 — Representative Lynch 

Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, J., Patterson, Roegner, Sprague, Stebelton, Thompson 


To enact sections 3318.75 and 3318.751 of the Revised Code to permit a school district resulting from the consolidation of two or more school districts or from the voluntary transfer of the entire territory of a school district to receive a loan from the Ohio school facilities commission for the construction of a new facility to support the consolidated district if specified conditions are satisfied, and to make an appropriation.
(Committee on Education recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, April 2, 2014, p. 1888)

Am. H. B. No. 453 — Representative Pelanda 

Cosponsors: Representatives Grossman, Buchy, Hackett, Adams, J., Sheehy, Burkley 


To amend sections 901.23, 921.12, 941.01, 941.03, 941.04, 941.06, 941.07, 941.09, 941.10, 941.11, 941.14, 1327.46, 1327.48, 1327.50, 1327.501, 1327.61, 1327.99, and 4707.02; to enact new section 6109.20 and section 1327.502; and to repeal section 6109.20 of the Revised Code to include diseases of concern within the scope of the Animal Diseases Law, to make changes to the laws governing weights and measures and auctioneers, the membership of the Farmland Preservation Advisory Board, and the pesticide licensing renewal process, and to revise fluoridation requirements for public water systems.
(Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2890)

H. B. No. 455 — Representative Pillich 

Cosponsors: Representatives Letson, Ramos, Antonio, Barborak, Strahorn, Fedor, Driehaus, Foley, Hagan, R., Bishoff, Brown 


To enact section 5.2268 of the Revised Code to designate September 23 as "Hereditary Hemochromatosis Awareness Day."
(Committee on Health and Aging recommends passage, see House Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2996)

Sub. H. B. No. 459 — Representative Sprague 

Cosponsors: Representatives Smith, Stebelton, Amstutz, Beck 


To amend sections 135.14, 135.142, 135.143, 135.35, and 3770.06 and to enact section 135.48 of the Revised Code to modify authorized investments of interim moneys and inactive moneys under the Uniform Depository Act.
(Committee on Finance and Appropriations recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2052)

Am. H. B. No. 464 — Representatives Letson, Huffman 

Cosponsors: Representatives O'Brien, Hagan, R., Gerberry, Mallory 


To enact section 2305.2310 of the Revised Code to establish a qualified immunity from civil liability relative to emergency care provided by members of the National Ski Patrol System.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, April 3, 2014, p. 1915)

H. B. No. 470 — Representative Barnes 

Cosponsors: Representatives Antonio, Patmon, Reece, Strahorn, Brenner, Slaby, Smith, Fedor, Driehaus, Patterson 


To enact section 5.2288 of the Revised Code to enact the "School Bullying Prevention Awareness Act" to designate September as School Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and to declare an emergency.
(Committee on Education recommends passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2108)

H. B. No. 476 — Representative McGregor 

Cosponsors: Representatives Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Celebrezze, Green, Hagan, R., Johnson, Milkovich, Patmon, Perales 


To enact section 5533.255 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of U.S. Route 40 in Clark County as the "Staff Sergeant Wesley Williams Memorial Highway."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2054)

H. B. No. 518 — Representative Hayes 

Cosponsors: Representatives Smith, Adams, R., Strahorn, Grossman, Maag, Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Celebrezze, Green, Hagan, R., Johnson, Milkovich, Patmon, Perales 


To enact section 5533.511 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of United States Route 36 within Coshocton County as the "Chief Petty Officer Raymond Border Memorial Highway."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2054)

H. B. No. 542 — Representative Barborak 

Cosponsors: Representatives Butler, Rogers, Stinziano, Celebrezze 


To amend sections 2929.01, 2929.18, and 2929.28 of the Revised Code to permit a sentencing court to order an offender to reimburse a county, township, municipal corporation, or state law enforcement agency for funds expended by the law enforcement agency to purchase a drug, controlled substance, or controlled substance analog from the offender during the agency's investigation of a drug offense.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends passage, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2886)

H. B. No. 544 — Representative Grossman 

Cosponsors: Representatives Barnes, Brown, Hill, Johnson, Ramos, Schuring, Sears, Smith, Sprague, Antonio 


To enact section 5.2296 of the Revised Code to designate September as "Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month."
(Committee on Health and Aging recommends passage, see House Journal, November 19, 2014, p. 2799)

H. B. No. 557 — Representatives Derickson, Mallory 

Cosponsors: Representatives Dovilla, Brenner, Perales, Clyde, Lundy, Sykes 


To designate June 20, 2014, as "Freedom Summer Day."
(Committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2093)

Am. H. B. No. 582 — Representative Adams, R. 

Cosponsors: Representatives Beck, Brenner, Mallory, Ruhl, Hill, Buchy, Roegner, Slaby, Brown, Rogers 


To enact section 5.083 of the Revised Code to adopt the buckeye as the official homemade candy of the state.
(House committee on State and Local Government recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, December 12, 2014, p. 3046)

Sub. H. B. No. 597 — Representatives Thompson, Huffman 

Cosponsor: Representative Buchy 


To amend sections 3301.07, 3301.078, 3301.079, 3301.0710, 3301.0712, 3301.0714, 3301.0718, 3301.0722, 3313.60, 3313.6020, 3313.61, 3313.612, 3313.618, and 3328.01 and to repeal section 3301.0721 of the Revised Code and to repeal Section 9 of Am. Sub. H.B. 487 of the 130th General Assembly to repeal and replace the Common Core State Standards Initiative English language arts and mathematics academic content standards and related assessments, to make changes regarding science and social studies standards and related assessments, to prohibit the development of state model curricula, and to revise the high school graduation requirements.
(Committee on Rules and Reference recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, November 6, 2014, p. 2737)

H. B. No. 636 — Representative Hood 

Cosponsors: Representatives Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Celebrezze, DeVitis, Green, Johnson, Milkovich, Perales 


To enact section 5534.41 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of State Route 328 within Hocking County as the "Patrolman Carl "Shorty" Thrush Memorial Highway."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2889)

H. B. No. 637 — Representative Damschroder 

Cosponsors: Representatives Bishoff, Barborak, Perales, Lundy, Derickson, Sheehy, Ruhl, Mallory 


To amend sections 4511.093, 4511.204, and 4511.205 of the Revised Code to prohibit the use of an electronic wireless communications device in a school zone during hours when children are present outside or in a construction zone during hours of actual work and to make driving a vehicle while using a handheld electronic wireless communications device to write, send, or read a text-based communication a primary rather than secondary traffic offense.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2888)

H. B. No. 644 — Representative McClain 

Cosponsors: Representatives Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Celebrezze, DeVitis, Green, Johnson, Milkovich, Perales 


To enact section 5534.42 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of United States Route 23 within Wyandot County as the "OSHP Sgt. John F. Best Memorial Highway."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2889)

H. C. R. No. 14 — Representative Romanchuk 

Cosponsors:  Speaker Batchelder  Representatives Stebelton, Grossman, Thompson, Gonzales 


To express the General Assembly's support of federal legislation to remove the state volume cap for private activity bonds for water and wastewater infrastructure projects.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends adoption, see House Journal, May 14, 2014, p. 2009)

H. C. R. No. 25 — Representative Rosenberger 

Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, J., Beck, Buchy, Dovilla, Smith, Sprague 


To urge the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology to hold regular hearings regarding the nationwide broadband public safety network, require the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) to identify the costs of such network to Ohio, and include related amendments to the law governing FirstNet.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends adoption, see House Journal, June 19, 2013, p. 714)

H. C. R. No. 31 — Representatives Brenner, Duffey 

Cosponsors: Representatives Young, Adams, J., Hood, Becker, Hottinger, Retherford, DeVitis, Maag, Roegner, Ruhl, Buchy 


To urge the United States Congress to investigate whether the National Security Agency has engaged in unconstitutional surveillance of United States citizens.
(Committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends adoption, see House Journal, November 14, 2013, p. 1371)

H. C. R. No. 45 — Representative Perales 

Cosponsors: Representatives Henne, Grossman, Butler, Duffey, Huffman, Damschroder, Pillich, Strahorn, Terhar, Hackett, Blair, Derickson, Stebelton, Ruhl, Celebrezze, DeVitis 


To strongly urge the Federal Aviation Administration to consider immediately adding additional qualified unmanned aircraft systems research and test sites to the six chosen research and test sites.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends adoption, see House Journal, February 19, 2014, p. 1687)

H. C. R. No. 50 — Representatives Lundy, Blair 

Cosponsors: Representatives Grossman, Curtin, Ramos, Barborak, Antonio, McClain, Sheehy, Hagan, R., Ashford, Reece, Fedor, Budish, Rogers, Hackett, Gerberry, Brown 


To urge Ohio members of the Congress of the United States to seek a solution to ensure public access to e-book materials through public libraries.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends adoption, see House Journal, May 27, 2014, p. 2080)

H. C. R. No. 56 — Representative Letson 

Cosponsor: Representative Thompson 


To urge the Government of Turkey to respect the rights and religious freedoms of the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
(Committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends adoption, see House Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2887)

H. C. R. No. 63 — Representative Perales 

Cosponsors: Representatives Rosenberger, Butler, O'Brien, Barborak, Baker, Buchy, Ruhl, Thompson, Adams, R., Brenner, Terhar, Strahorn, Winburn, Bishoff, Damschroder 


To repudiate the claim by the State of Connecticut that Gustave Whitehead successfully flew a powered, heavier than air machine of his own design on August 14, 1901, or on any other date.
(Committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends adoption, see House Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 3097)

H. R. No. 282 — Representatives Dovilla, Hill 

Cosponsors: Representatives Buchy, Adams, J., Cera, Perales 


To urge the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to hold public listening sessions on proposed regulations targeting carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants in those states that would be most directly impacted by the regulations.
(Committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends adoption, see House Journal, November 19, 2013, p. 1380)

Sub. S. B. No. 54 — Senators Kearney, Eklund 

Cosponsors: Senators Cafaro, Gentile, Smith, Sawyer, Tavares, Schiavoni, Turner, Lehner, Jones, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Burke, Coley, Faber, Gardner, Hite, Hughes, LaRose, Manning, Obhof, Oelslager, Patton, Peterson, Schaffer, Seitz, Skindell, Uecker, Widener  Representatives Wachtmann, Brown 


To amend sections 1739.061, 1751.14, 1751.69, 3923.022, 3923.24, 3923.241, 3923.281, 3923.57, 3923.58, 3923.601, 3923.65, 3923.83, 3923.85, 3924.01, 4729.291, and 4729.541 and to enact sections 505.377, 737.082, 737.222, 3702.40, and 4731.056 of the Revised Code to require a mammography facility to include certain information in the mammography report summary sent to a patient under federal law if the patient's mammogram demonstrates the presence of dense breast tissue; to establish requirements regarding controlled substances containing buprenorphine used for the purpose of treating drug dependence or addiction; to clarify the status of volunteer firefighters for purposes of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; to make changes regarding coverage for a dependent child under a parent's health insurance plan and the hours of work needed to qualify for coverage under a small employer health benefit plan; to increase the duration of the health insurance considered to be short-term under certain insurance laws; and to make changes to the chemotherapy parity law.
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2995)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 1917)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 14, 2014, p. 1787)

Sub. S. B. No. 232 — Senator Uecker 

Cosponsors: Senators Patton, Lehner, Brown, Bacon, Eklund, Skindell 


To amend sections 4775.01, 4775.02, 4775.03, 4775.04, 4775.05, 4775.06, 4775.07, 4775.08, 4775.09, 4775.10, and 4775.11 of the Revised Code to extend the jurisdiction of the Motor Vehicle Repair Board to persons who perform motor vehicle mechanical repairs, to require motor vehicle repair facilities to register with the Board, and to make other changes to the Motor Vehicle Repair and Window Tint Operator Law, and to further amend section 4775.03 of the Revised Code on July 1, 2015, to dissolve the existing Motor Vehicle Repair Board and replace it with a new board of the same name.
(House committee on Commerce, Labor, and Technology recommends passage, see House Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2997)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 3, 2014, p. 2399)
(Senate committee on Commerce and Labor recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, November 20, 2014, p. 2355)

S. B. No. 281 — Senators Cafaro, Schiavoni 

Cosponsors: Senators Manning, Tavares, Beagle, Brown, Burke, Coley, Eklund, Faber, Gardner, Gentile, Hite, Hughes, Kearney, LaRose, Lehner, Obhof, Oelslager, Patton, Sawyer, Schaffer, Skindell, Smith, Turner, Uecker, Widener  Representatives Wachtmann, Antonio, Bishoff, Brown, Ramos 


To enact section 5.2288 of the Revised Code to designate the month of May as "Bartter Syndrome Awareness Month."
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends passage, see House Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2996)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2081)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends passage, see Senate Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 1904)

S. C. R. No. 23 — Senators Burke, Cafaro 

Cosponsors: Senators Brown, Gentile, Gardner, Patton, Hughes, Jones, Tavares, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Coley, Eklund, Hite, LaRose, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Oelslager, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Schiavoni, Skindell, Smith, Widener  Representatives Brenner, Barnes, Brown, Carney, Johnson, Smith 


Declaring May 12, 2014 "National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day" in Ohio.
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends adoption, see House Journal, May 14, 2014, p. 2012)
(Senate recommends adoption, see Senate Journal, February 4, 2014, p. 1517)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health and Human Services recommends adoption, see Senate Journal, January 29, 2014, p. 1499)

S. C. R. No. 27 — Senator Seitz 

Cosponsors: Senators Eklund, Skindell, Brown, Hite, Jordan, Kearney, Lehner, Manning, Sawyer, Schiavoni, Tavares, Turner, Uecker 


To declare that the Ohio General Assembly is opposed to the enactment of a state law, pursuant to a federal mandate, which would require the suspension or revocation of the driver's license of any individual convicted of any violation of the federal Controlled Substances Act or another drug law; to urge the Governor of Ohio to submit a written certification stating the Governor's opposition to such a law along with this resolution to the United States Secretary of Transportation; and accordingly to prevent the United States Secretary of Transportation from withholding a specified percentage of federal transportation apportionments pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 159.
(House committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends adoption, see House Journal, December 11, 2014, p. 3097)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, December 4, 2014, p. 2437)
(Senate committee on Transportation recommends adoption, see Senate Journal, February 19, 2014, p. 1558)

S. C. R. No. 37 — Senator Tavares 

Cosponsors: Senators Cafaro, Brown, Bacon, Balderson, Burke, Coley, Eklund, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Jordan, Kearney, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Oelslager, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Schiavoni, Skindell, Turner, Uecker, Widener  Representatives Bishoff, Hagan, R. 


To encourage hospitals and freestanding birthing centers to adopt policies and procedures that promote breastfeeding.
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends adoption, see House Journal, December 10, 2014, p. 2997)
(Senate recommends adoption, see Senate Journal, November 12, 2014, p. 2319)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends adoption, see Senate Journal, November 12, 2014, p. 2318)

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