130th Ohio General Assembly
HOUSE CALENDAR -- 2014-06-04(1) at 13:30
130TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
OF THE
STATE OF OHIO

HOUSE CALENDAR

Wednesday — June 4, 2014 — 1:30 PM


Consideration of Senate Amendments
Sub. H. B. No. 129 — Representative Stautberg 

Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, J., Becker, Fedor, Hackett, Hayes, McGregor, Letson, Pillich, Winburn, Amstutz, Anielski, Baker, Beck, Bishoff, Blair, Brown, Buchy, Burkley, Butler, Carney, Derickson, Green, Grossman, Hagan, C., Hall, Heard, Johnson, McClain, Milkovich, O'Brien, Patmon, Retherford, Rogers, Romanchuk, Rosenberger, Ruhl, Sears, Sheehy, Slaby, Smith, Sprague, Stinziano, Wachtmann, Young Speaker Batchelder  Senators Coley, Eklund, Faber, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Oelslager, Patton, Sawyer, Schiavoni, Seitz, Uecker, Widener 


To amend sections 2903.21, 2903.211, and 2903.22 and to enact section 2903.215 of the Revised Code to specify that aggravated menacing, menacing by stalking, and menacing include words or conduct that are directed at or identify a corporation, association, or other organization that employs the victim or to which the victim belongs and to authorize the corporation, association, or other organization that employs two or more victims or to which two or more victims belong to seek protection orders in certain cases.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2068)
(Senate committee on Criminal Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 27, 2014, p. 1892)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, January 22, 2014, p. 1595)
(House committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, December 11, 2013, p.1507)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 130 — Representative Fedor 

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


To amend sections 109.54, 2151.414, 2151.419, 2901.13, 2905.32, 2907.22, 2907.24, 2929.01, 2937.11, 2950.01, 2951.041, and 3319.073 and to enact sections 149.435, 2907.19, and 2927.17 of the Revised Code to authorize a judge or magistrate to order the testimony of a minor victim of trafficking in persons to be taken by closed circuit television equipment under certain circumstances; to generally prohibit the disclosure of names or other information in a routine police report that is highly likely to identify an alleged delinquent child arrestee who is abused and under 18; to specify that a public children services agency or private child placement agency is not required to make reasonable efforts to prevent the removal of a child from the child's home, eliminate the continued removal of a child from the child's home, or return a child to the child's home and that a court find that a child cannot be placed with either parent under specified circumstances; to enact the offense of commercial sexual exploitation of a minor; to remove the element of "compulsion" from the offense of trafficking in persons when a minor under 16 years of age or developmentally disabled person or in certain circumstances a minor who is 16 or 17 years of age is recruited or otherwise obtained or held to engage in certain specified sexual, nudity, or obscenity related activities and to modify the definition of human trafficking in a similar manner; to increase the penalty for soliciting when the person solicited is a minor or a developmentally disabled person in specified circumstances; to require offenders convicted of solicitation when the person solicited is a minor or a developmentally disabled person in specified circumstances to register as sex offenders; to allow a victim of trafficking in persons to be eligible for intervention in lieu of conviction; to confirm and continue the amendments to sections 2901.13, 2907.22, and 3319.073 of the Revised Code regarding the period of limitations for trafficking in persons prosecutions, elements of the offense of promoting prostitution, and inclusion of human trafficking content in school safety and violence prevention training that were made in Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly; to prohibit certain advertising related to massage, massage techniques or methods, or related services with the suggestion or promise of sexual activity; and to declare an emergency.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2069)
(Senate committee on Criminal Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 27, 2014, p. 1893)
(House recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, June 26, 2013, p. 775)
(House committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2013, p. 627)

Sub. H. B. No. 171 — Representatives McClain, Patmon 

Cosponsors: Representatives Amstutz, Beck, Becker, Buchy, Burkley, Derickson, Hall, Hayes, Henne, Hill, Hood, Huffman, Retherford, Smith, Thompson, Wachtmann, Bishoff, Barnes, Blair, Boose, Brown, Butler, Conditt, Dovilla, Green, Grossman, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hottinger, Lynch, Milkovich, Pelanda, Roegner, Romanchuk, Scherer, Sears, Slaby, Sprague, Stebelton, Terhar, Young Speaker Batchelder Senators Faber, Hite, Jordan, Obhof, Schaffer, Uecker, Widener 


To enact section 3313.6022 of the Revised Code to permit public school students to attend and receive credit for released time courses in religious instruction conducted off school property during regular school hours.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2071)
(Senate committee on Education recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 1906)
(House recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, January 15, 2014, p. 1558)
(House committee on Education recommends passage, see House Journal, December 11, 2013, p. 1509)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 213 — Representatives Pelanda, Celebrezze 

Cosponsors: Representatives Blair, Thompson, Mallory, Strahorn, Grossman, Reece, Milkovich, Stebelton, Stinziano, Fedor, Butler, Pillich, Adams, R., Amstutz, Anielski, Antonio, Ashford, Baker, Barborak, Barnes, Beck, Bishoff, Blessing, Boyce, Brown, Buchy, Burkley, Carney, Cera, Conditt, Damschroder, Driehaus, Green, Hagan, C., Hall, Hayes, Heard, Huffman, Johnson, Letson, McClain, O'Brien, Patmon, Patterson, Perales, Ramos, Retherford, Rogers, Rosenberger, Sears, Sheehy, Slesnick, Smith, Sprague, Wachtmann Speaker Batchelder  Senators Coley, Kearney, Brown, Beagle, Burke, Eklund, Hite, Hughes, Jones, LaRose, Manning, Oelslager, Patton, Schaffer, Seitz, Skindell, Smith, Tavares, Turner, Uecker, Widener 


To amend sections 2151.281, 2151.353, 2151.414, 2151.415, 2151.417, 2151.421, 5101.802, 5103.035, and 5103.162 and to enact section 2151.315 of the Revised Code to permit a court to grant a motion for permanent custody of a child to a movant if the child or another child in the custody of the parent has been adjudicated an abused, neglected, or dependent child on three separate occasions, to require the guardian ad litem for an alleged or adjudicated abused, neglected, or dependent child to file any motions and other court papers in accordance with rules adopted by the Supreme Court, to require court appointed special advocates and guardian ad litems to report suspected child abuse or neglect, to require foster caregivers to use a reasonable and prudent parent standard when authorizing a foster child to participate in activities, to exempt a public children services agency, private child placing agency, or private noncustodial agency from civil liability that results from a foster caregiver's or agency's decisions using a reasonable and prudent parent standard, to limit the circumstances under which a child is placed into a planned permanent living arrangement, to extend the period for incentive payments under the kinship permanency incentive program, and to provide factors for a person or facility to consider when determining if an alleged or adjudicated abused, neglected, or dependent child subject to out-of-home care is able to participate in certain activities.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2072)
(Senate committee on Civil Justice recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 1902)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, January 22, 2014, p. 1597)
(House committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, November 21, 2013, p. 1419)

Sub. H. B. No. 366 — Representative Sprague 

Cosponsors: Representatives Buchy, Hood, Phillips, Ruhl, Smith, Antonio, Barnes, Bishoff, Brown, Hagan, R., Schuring, Sears, Johnson, Adams, R., Amstutz, Anielski, Ashford, Baker, Beck, Blair, Blessing, Boose, Boyce, Budish, Burkley, Butler, Conditt, Damschroder, Derickson, DeVitis, Dovilla, Duffey, Fedor, Gerberry, Green, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hall, Hayes, Heard, Henne, Huffman, Landis, Letson, Lundy, Mallory, McClain, Milkovich, O'Brien, Perales, Pillich, Rogers, Rosenberger, Stebelton, Stinziano, Strahorn, Wachtmann, Williams, Winburn, Young Speaker Batchelder  Senators Tavares, Brown, Balderson, Beagle, Burke, Eklund, Gardner, Jones, Lehner, Manning, Oelslager, Peterson, Uecker, Widener 


To amend sections 3712.03, 3712.04, and 3712.99 and to enact section 3712.062 of the Revised Code to require hospice care programs to establish policies to prevent diversion of controlled substances that contain opioids.
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2078)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 1906)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, February 26, 2014, p. 1739)
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, February 12, 2014, p. 1658)


Reports of Conference Committee
Am. Sub. H. B. No. 483 — Representative Amstutz 

Cosponsors: Representatives Sprague, McGregor, Grossman, Hackett, McClain, Sears, Stebelton, Wachtmann Speaker Batchelder  Senators Bacon, Burke, Coley, Faber, Oelslager, Peterson 


To amend sections 7.10, 7.16, 9.37, 9.482, 9.90, 9.91, 103.63, 118.27, 121.084, 122.12, 122.121, 122.861, 124.32, 125.13, 125.182, 126.21, 126.25, 131.35, 133.06, 133.07, 135.143, 149.311, 149.38, 153.56, 156.03, 163.15, 163.53, 163.54, 163.55, 164.26, 173.47, 175.04, 175.05, 175.06, 191.01, 306.04, 307.699, 307.982, 340.02, 340.021, 341.12, 757.03, 757.04, 757.05, 757.06, 757.07, 757.08, 955.01, 955.05, 1321.535, 1321.55, 1322.03, 1322.031, 1322.04, 1322.041, 1322.051, 1322.06, 1322.11, 1345.06, 1711.50, 1711.53, 1724.10, 1901.08, 2101.026, 2151.417, 2151.421, 2152.19, 2305.09, 2710.06, 2743.191, 2907.28, 2915.08, 2929.20, 2945.402, 3123.89, 3303.41, 3313.372, 3314.08, 3317.02, 3317.0217, 3317.06, 3318.36, 3358.03, 3517.20, 3701.132, 3701.34, 3701.74, 3701.83, 3702.511, 3702.52, 3702.526, 3702.59, 3702.71, 3702.74, 3702.75, 3702.91, 3702.95, 3721.02, 3730.09, 3735.31, 3735.67, 3737.02, 3745.71, 3772.02, 4141.01, 4141.09, 4141.11, 4141.131, 4141.20, 4141.25, 4141.29, 4141.35, 4303.021, 4503.44, 4511.191, 4715.14, 4715.30, 4715.302, 4717.10, 4723.28, 4723.486, 4723.487, 4725.01, 4725.091, 4725.092, 4725.16, 4725.19, 4729.12, 4729.54, 4729.541, 4729.65, 4729.80, 4729.83, 4729.86, 4730.25, 4730.48, 4730.53, 4731.055, 4731.15, 4731.155, 4731.22, 4731.24, 4731.241, 4731.281, 4737.045, 4758.01, 4758.02, 4758.06, 4758.16, 4758.20, 4758.21, 4758.23, 4758.24, 4758.26, 4758.28, 4758.29, 4758.30, 4758.31, 4758.35, 4758.36, 4758.50, 4758.51, 4758.55, 4758.561, 4758.59, 4758.60, 4758.61, 4758.71, 4781.04, 4905.911, 4906.20, 4906.201, 4923.02, 5104.03, 5104.34, 5104.341, 5104.38, 5119.40, 5123.01, 5123.011, 5123.012, 5123.16, 5123.162, 5123.19, 5123.191, 5123.21, 5123.61, 5123.75, 5123.76, 5123.89, 5124.01, 5124.101, 5124.106, 5124.15, 5124.151, 5124.17, 5124.19, 5124.21, 5124.28, 5124.38, 5124.60, 5124.61, 5124.62, 5124.67, 5126.01, 5126.02, 5126.022, 5126.0219, 5126.041, 5126.046, 5126.051, 5126.08, 5126.21, 5126.25, 5126.42, 5126.43, 5126.45, 5139.05, 5139.34, 5139.36, 5139.41, 5153.21, 5153.42, 5165.03, 5165.031, 5165.10, 5165.106, 5165.15, 5165.23, 5165.25, 5165.65, 5165.68, 5513.01, 5531.10, 5703.052, 5703.21, 5705.10, 5709.12, 5709.121, 5709.40, 5713.012, 5713.08, 5715.19, 5715.27, 5717.01, 5727.111, 5739.05, 5739.09, 5747.02, 5747.025, 5747.50, and 5747.71; to amend for the purpose of codifying and changing the number of Section 323.280 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly to section 5165.157 of the Revised Code; to enact sections 5.074, 5.077, 9.54, 9.911, 127.163, 127.164, 164.261, 175.053, 193.01, 193.02, 193.03, 193.04, 193.05, 193.07, 193.09, 193.11, 193.13, 306.14, 307.678, 307.6910, 307.863, 341.121, 1541.50, 2935.012, 3123.90, 3302.15, 3313.351, 3313.902, 3326.29, 3345.56, 3721.122, 4121.443, 4715.15, 4723.433, 4729.861, 4730.093, 4731.77, 4741.49, 4758.48, 4758.62, 4758.63, 4758.64, 5101.345, 5101.90, 5103.05, 5103.051, 5119.401, 5122.36, 5123.0420, 5139.12, 5139.45, and 5155.28; to repeal sections 1322.063, 3125.191, 3702.93, 4171.03, 4171.04, 5124.63, 5124.64, and 5126.037 of the Revised Code; to amend Sections 207.10, 209.30, 221.10, 241.10, 245.10, 257.10, 257.20, 259.10, 259.210, 263.10, 263.230, 263.240, 263.250, 263.270, 263.320, 263.325, 275.10, 282.10, 282.30, 285.10, 285.20, 301.10, 301.33, 301.40, 301.143, 327.10, 327.83, 333.10, 340.10, 349.10, 359.10, 363.10, 365.10, 395.10, 403.10, 512.70, 512.80, and 751.10 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly; to amend Sections 207.100, 207.250, 207.340, 207.440, 223.10, 239.10, 253.330, 269.10, and 701.50 of Am. H.B. 497 of the 130th General Assembly; to amend Section 9 of Am. Sub. S.B. 206 of the 130th General Assembly; and to repeal Section 747.40 of Am. Sub. H.B. 59 of the 130th General Assembly to make operating and other appropriations and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of state programs and to repeal section 5101.345 of the Revised Code on the first day of the forty-ninth month after its effective date.
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 1822)
(Senate committee on Finance recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 20, 2014, p. 1807)
(House recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, April 9, 2014, p. 1938)
(House committee on Finance and Appropriations recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, April 9, 2014, p. 1931)

Am. Sub. H. B. No. 487 — Representative Brenner 

Cosponsors: Representatives Anielski, Grossman, Henne, Stebelton, Terhar Speaker Batchelder  Senators Lehner, Gardner, Hite, Sawyer 


To amend sections 133.06, 149.433, 921.06, 3301.079, 3301.0711, 3301.0712, 3301.0714, 3301.0715, 3302.03, 3302.10, 3310.03, 3310.031, 3310.13, 3310.14, 3310.522, 3311.24, 3311.25, 3311.38, 3311.86, 3313.372, 3313.537, 3313.539, 3313.603, 3313.6013, 3313.6014, 3313.6016, 3313.61, 3313.612, 3313.843, 3313.90, 3314.02, 3314.029, 3314.03, 3314.08, 3317.03, 3318.70, 3319.111, 3319.112, 3319.22, 3319.26, 3319.31, 3321.07, 3321.08, 3324.07, 3325.02, 3325.06, 3325.07, 3325.10, 3326.11, 3326.36, 3328.24, 3328.25, 3331.04, 3333.041, 3333.35, 3333.43, 3333.86, 3345.06, 3345.061, 3365.04, 3365.041, 3365.05, 3365.06, 3365.08, 3365.11, 3707.511, and 5705.10; to amend, for the purpose of adopting new section numbers as indicated in parentheses, sections 3365.04 (3365.06), 3365.041 (3365.032), 3365.05 (3365.12), 3365.06 (3365.031), and 3365.11 (3365.09); to enact new sections 3313.536, 3365.01, 3365.02, 3365.03, 3365.04, 3365.05, 3365.07, 3365.10, 3365.11, and 3365.15 and sections 3301.078, 3301.163, 3301.947, 3302.036, 3302.15, 3311.241, 3311.251, 3313.21, 3313.212, 3313.6020, 3314.191, 3314.352, 3325.071, 3325.09, 3325.17, 3326.29, 3365.033, 3365.071, 3365.13, and 3707.521; and to repeal sections 3313.536, 3345.062, 3365.01, 3365.02, 3365.021, 3365.022, 3365.03, 3365.07, 3365.09, 3365.10, 3365.12, and 3365.15 of the Revised Code; and to amend the versions of sections 3314.03 and 3326.11 of the Revised Code that result from Section 1 of this act and to repeal section 3313.6015 of the Revised Code on July 1, 2015, with regard to education provisions for students in grades kindergarten through twelve.
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 1874)
(Senate committee on Education recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, May 20, 2014, p. 1806)
(House recommends passage, see House Journal, April 9, 2014, p. 1961)
(House committee on Education recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, April 3, 2014, p. 1915)


Bills for Third Consideration
Sub. H. B. No. 10 — Representative Hagan, C. 

Cosponsor: Representative Hackett 


To amend sections 3.16, 305.03, 319.04, 319.26, 321.37, 321.46, 507.02, 2921.13, 2921.44, and 3314.023; to enact sections 117.45, 507.12, 507.13, 733.78, 733.81, 3313.30, 3314.50, 3326.211, 3328.16, and 3328.37; and to repeal sections 319.25 and 321.38 of the Revised Code; to amend Section 267.50.70 of Am. Sub. H.B. 153 of the 129th General Assembly; and to amend Section 267.50.70 of Am. Sub. H.B. 153 of the 129th General Assembly for the purpose of codifying it as section 3314.51 of the Revised Code to establish initial education programs and continuing education requirements for the fiscal officers of townships and municipal corporations, to establish procedures for removing those officers, county treasurers, and county auditors from office, and to create fiscal accountability requirements for counties, townships, municipal corporations, and public schools.
(Committee on State and Local Government recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014)

Sub. S. B. No. 78 — Senator Hughes 

Cosponsors: Senators Brown, Bacon, Burke, Eklund, Gentile, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Schiavoni  Representative Dovilla 


To amend sections 4740.01, 4740.02, 4740.04, 4740.05, 4740.06, 4740.07, 4740.08, 4740.09, 4740.13, and 4740.16, to enact new section 4740.10 and section 4740.131, and to repeal section 4740.10 of the Revised Code to make changes to the law regulating specialty construction contractors.
(House committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2048)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, April 2, 2014, p. 1710)
(Senate committee on Commerce and Labor recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, January 22, 2014, p. 1475)

Sub. S. B. No. 143 — Senators Seitz, Smith 

Cosponsors: Senators Balderson, Beagle, Brown, Eklund, Hite, Lehner, Patton, Sawyer, Uecker 


To amend sections 109.57, 109.572, 109.578, 122.681, 307.932, 1901.44, 1905.202, 1907.25, 2151.311, 2151.356, 2151.357, 2152.26, 2907.27, 2907.28, 2929.12, 2929.141, 2929.20, 2929.26, 2947.09, 2947.23, 2953.25, 2953.31, 2953.32, 2953.321, 2953.35, 2953.36, 2953.53, 2953.61, 2967.26, 4510.111, 4510.16, 5120.07, 5120.651, 5139.01, and 5139.52 of the Revised Code to permit the Attorney General to authorize the release of information relating to certain arrests and delinquent child adjudications pursuant to a request for a criminal records check; to regulate the confidentiality of personal information related to community service block grants; to clarify the authority of boards of county commissioners to establish a community alternative sentencing center; to authorize a municipal corporation to establish a community alternative sentencing center; to modify the procedure for sentencing and admitting an eligible offender to a community alternative sentencing center; to clarify that an eligible offender must successfully complete any term in a center as a condition of a community residential sanction; to include the best interests of the person as a reason for which an alleged or adjudicated delinquent child who is at least 18 but younger than 21 may be held in an adult detention facility; to modify the waiting period for making a motion or application for the sealing of a juvenile court record of a person who is 18 years of age or older; to reaffirm that BCII is a public office or agency for purposes of notification of a delinquency record-sealing order; to specify that most identifying information that relates to the admission and confinement in an adult detention facility of a person under 21 generally is confidential; to clarify a court's authority to commit a delinquent child to the Department of Youth Services for a violation of supervised release; to authorize a court to order restitution if a person convicted of driving under suspension or driving under financial-responsibility-law suspension or cancellation fails to provide proof of financial responsibility; to extend the existence of the Ex-offender Reentry Coalition until December 31, 2019; to authorize a person charged with multiple offenses in connection with the same act to apply for the sealing of records pertaining to an acquitted charge; to eliminate the requirement that notice of a sealing order be sent by certified mail; to modify the requirements regarding testing for HIV of persons charged with specified sex offense; to increase the sentence of imprisonment that disqualifies an inmate from participating in the prison nursery program; to remove the cap of 40 hours per month and give a court discretion in setting the amount of credit for community service ordered for failure to pay a criminal court cost judgment; to authorize a court that receives or is forwarded a petition for a certificate of qualification for employment to direct the clerk of court to process and record all required notices; to include persons convicted twice of the same misdemeanor as eligible offenders for purposes of sealing records of the convictions; to provide a qualified immunity in specified circumstances to a government official who mistakenly releases information from a sealed or expunged record; to clarify the application of the Conviction Record Sealing Law to individual convictions and bail forfeitures; to preclude a court from disapproving transitional control of a prisoner who is serving a sentence of more than two years; to authorize an additional prison term for the commission of a felony while on transitional control; and to eliminate the warning notice that motor vehicle registration may be blocked for failure to appear in court or pay a fine.
(House committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, November 19, 2013, p. 1334)
(Senate committee on Criminal Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, November 14, 2013, p. 1317)

Sub. S. B. No. 261 — Senators Bacon, Manning 

Cosponsors: Senators Patton, Obhof, Seitz, Brown, Balderson, Beagle, Burke, Eklund, Hite, Hughes, Jones, LaRose, Oelslager, Sawyer, Tavares 


To amend section 2919.27 of the Revised Code to provide that service of a protection order or consent agreement upon a person is not necessary for the person to be convicted of the offense of violating a protection order if the prosecution proves that the person had actual notice of the existence and terms of the order or agreement and that the person recklessly violated its terms.
(House committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, March 12, 2014, p. 1637)
(Senate committee on Criminal Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, March 11, 2014, p. 1621)

S. B. No. 300 — Senators Beagle, Faber 

Cosponsors: Senators Gardner, Peterson, Hite, Hughes, Patton, Brown, Tavares, Burke, Cafaro, Coley, Eklund, Gentile, Jones, Kearney, LaRose, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Oelslager, Sawyer, Skindell, Uecker, Widener 


To amend section 5.2250 of the Revised Code to designate September as "Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Month."
(Pending Committee Report)

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 


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.
(Committee on Health and Aging recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2110)

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

Cosponsors: Representatives Brenner, Ramos, Derickson, Stebelton, Blessing, Damschroder, Ruhl, Mallory, Celebrezze, DeVitis, Green, Hagan, R., Perales 


To amend section 4501.21 and to enact section 4503.576 of the Revised Code to create the "Ohio State Beekeepers Association" license plate.
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, May 13, 2014, p. 2007)

Am. H. B. No. 506 — Representatives Thompson, Cera 

Cosponsors: Representatives Grossman, Hill, Stebelton, Blessing, Hagan, C., Burkley, Barborak, Hall 


To enact section 3704.20 of the Revised Code to require the Director of Environmental Protection to adopt rules establishing standards of performance for carbon dioxide emissions from existing coal-fired and natural gas-fired electric generating units and to specify factors on which the standards must be based.
(Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, June 4, 2014)

Sub. H. B. No. 575 — Representatives Baker, Anielski 

Cosponsors: Representatives Duffey, Pelanda, Ruhl, Grossman, Conditt, Hagan, C., Gonzales, Slaby, Derickson, Sears, Driehaus, Antonio, Terhar, Beck, Burkley, Henne, Kunze 


To enact sections 193.01, 193.02, 193.03, and 193.04 of the Revised Code to create the Ohio Economic Council on Women.
(Committee on Economic Development and Regulatory Reform recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, June 3, 2014, p. 2166)



(Bills or resolutions below the black line have been recommended for passage or adoption by designated committee)
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)

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)

Sub. H. B. No. 276 — Representative Stautberg 

Cosponsors: Representatives Becker, Blair, Blessing, Hackett, Hottinger, Johnson, Scherer, Sears, Smith 


To amend section 2317.43 and to enact sections 2317.44 and 2317.45 of the Revised Code to provide that certain statements and communications made regarding an unanticipated outcome of medical care, the development or implementation of standards under certain federal laws, and an insurer's reimbursement policies and determination regarding health care services are inadmissible as evidence in a medical claim.
(Committee on Judiciary recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, May 29, 2014, p. 2149)

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. 306 — Representatives McGregor, Hackett 

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


To enact section 5533.679 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of Interstate Route 70 within Clark County the "Trooper Charles V. Vogel, Jr. Memorial Highway."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, February 19, 2014, p. 1685)

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)

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. 425 — Representative Rosenberger 

Cosponsors: Representatives Green, Grossman, Boose, Hackett, Duffey, Gerberry, Stebelton, Ruhl, Ramos, Perales, Barborak, Mallory, Pillich, Derickson, Strahorn, Reece, Scherer, Lundy, Maag, Sprague, Damschroder, Celebrezze, DeVitis, Hagan, R., Milkovich, Patmon 


To enact section 5533.053 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of United States Route 23, within Pike County only, as the "Captain Everett 'Butch' Keaton, Vietnam, SSM and BSM with OLC PH, Memorial Highway."
(Committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, March 26, 2014, p. 1858)

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. 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. 454 — Representative Gonzales 

Cosponsors: Representatives Hill, Pillich, Stebelton, Smith, Brenner 


To amend section 2923.122 of the Revised Code to expand and clarify the authority of a concealed handgun licensee to possess a handgun in a school safety zone.
(Committee on Education recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2109)

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. 460 — Representatives Brenner, Driehaus 

Cosponsors: Representatives Fedor, Bishoff, Antonio 


To enact sections 3302.15, 3302.16, and 3302.17 of the Revised Code to authorize school districts and community schools to initiate a community learning process to assist and guide school restructuring.
(Committee on Education recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, May 22, 2014, p. 2070)

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. 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)

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. 48 — Representatives Perales, Ramos 

Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, J., Terhar, Thompson, Curtin, Milkovich, Stebelton, Barborak, Hackett, Adams, R., Lundy, Gerberry, Celebrezze, Ashford, Budish, Carney, Letson, Sheehy, Bishoff, Slesnick, Redfern, Pillich, Antonio, Driehaus, Phillips, Foley, Patterson, Hagan, R., Reece, Fedor, Rosenberger, Landis, Retherford 


To recognize the outstanding service of the 65th Infantry Regiment from Puerto Rico and to urge the award of a Congressional Gold Medal to the Regiment.
(Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs recommends adoption, see House Journal, April 9, 2014, p. 1923)

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. 52 — Representatives Stautberg, Sears 

Cosponsors: Representatives Baker, Becker, Blair, Blessing, Brenner, Brown, Buchy, Curtin, Derickson, Duffey, Green, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hayes, Henne, Huffman, Retherford, Roegner, Romanchuk, Ruhl, Smith, Sprague, Stebelton, Terhar, Wachtmann, Schuring 


To recognize the valuable work of pregnancy resource centers and their positive, life-affirming impact on women, men, babies, and communities.
(Committee on Health and Aging recommends adoption, see House Journal, May 14, 2014, p. 2009)

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. 69 — Senator Beagle 

Cosponsors: Senators Balderson, Hite, Patton, Uecker, Widener, Coley, Oelslager, Sawyer, Tavares, Jones, Lehner, Turner 


To establish the Course and Program Sharing Network.
(House committee on Education recommends passage, see House Journal, March 26, 2014, p. 1854)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, November 13, 2013, p. 1312)
(Senate committee on Finance recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, November 6, 2013, p. 1283)

Am. S. B. No. 106 — Senator Schaffer 

Cosponsors: Senators Manning, Jones, LaRose, Lehner  Representatives Damschroder, Ruhl 


To enact section 4511.714 of the Revised Code to prohibit the operation of a motor vehicle on or onto any location that is temporarily covered by a rise in water level, to impose on an offender a financial sanction of up to $2,000 for the cost of the person's rescue, payable to the person's rescuer, and to designate this act the "Allan H. Anderson, Jr. Act."
(House committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends amended bill for passage, see House Journal, February 19, 2014, p. 1688)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, November 13, 2013, p. 1313)
(Senate committee on Transportation recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, October 23, 2013, p. 1238)

Sub. S. B. No. 141 — Senators Obhof, Hughes 

Cosponsors: Senators Eklund, Faber, Hite, Jones, Uecker 


To amend sections 2915.08, 3772.03, and 3772.99 of the Revised Code to create penalties related to casino gaming and transacting with a casino facility, to require the Casino Control Commission to include in its annual report to the General Assembly information regarding prosecutions for conduct that is subject to those penalties, to allow a license, for instant bingo other than at a bingo session, to be amended to add additional locations, and to declare an emergency.
(House committee on Policy and Legislative Oversight recommends substitute bill for passage, see House Journal, November 13, 2013, p. 1350)
(Senate recommends amended bill for passage, see Senate Journal, June 26, 2013, p. 1025)
(Senate committee on Criminal Justice recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, June 19, 2013, p. 634)

S. B. No. 148 — Senators Turner, Patton 

Cosponsors: Senators Obhof, Brown, Lehner, Uecker, Seitz, Kearney, LaRose, Hughes, Sawyer, Cafaro, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Burke, Coley, Eklund, Faber, Gardner, Gentile, Hite, Jones, Jordan, Manning, Oelslager, Peterson, Schaffer, Schiavoni, Skindell, Smith, Tavares, Widener  Representatives Damschroder, Ruhl, Celebrezze, Green 


To enact section 5533.324 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of Interstate 271 in Bedford Heights as the "Army Pvt. Brandon Sloan Memorial Highway."
(House committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security recommends passage, see House Journal, February 12, 2014, p. 1656)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, November 19, 2013, p. 1336)
(Senate committee on Transportation recommends passage, see Senate Journal, November 13, 2013, p. 1307)

S. B. No. 227 — Senator Beagle 

Cosponsors: Senators Gardner, Hughes, Jones, Manning, Patton, Turner, Bacon, Balderson, Brown, Burke, Cafaro, Coley, Faber, Gentile, Hite, LaRose, Obhof, Oelslager, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Schiavoni, Tavares, Widener 


To enact section 5.2294 of the Revised Code to designate the second Tuesday of April as "Ohio Internship and Co-Op Appreciation Day."
(House committee on Economic Development and Regulatory Reform recommends passage, see House Journal, March 26, 2014, p. 1854)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, January 29, 2014, p. 1504)
(Senate committee on Commerce and Labor recommends passage, see Senate Journal, January 22, 2014, p. 1475)

Sub. S. B. No. 278 — Senators Jones, Tavares 

Cosponsors: Senators Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Brown, Burke, Cafaro, Coley, Eklund, Faber, Gentile, Hite, Hughes, Jordan, LaRose, Lehner, Manning, Obhof, Oelslager, Patton, Peterson, Sawyer, Schaffer, Schiavoni, Skindell, Smith, Turner, Uecker, Widener  Representatives Antonio, Barnes, Bishoff, Brown, Carney, Hagan, R., Hottinger, Johnson, Sprague 


To amend section 313.121 of the Revised Code to require the completion of a sudden unexplained infant death investigation reporting form (SUIDI reporting form) developed by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or an alternative reporting form developed by the Director of Health, whenever a child one year of age or younger dies suddenly and unexpectedly and to require that the appropriate child fatality review board receive a copy of each completed form.
(House committee on Health and Aging recommends passage, see House Journal, May 21, 2014, p. 2057)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, April 2, 2014, p. 1711)
(Senate committee on Medicaid, Health, and Human Services recommends substitute bill for passage, see Senate Journal, April 2, 2014, p. 1707)

S. B. No. 301 — Senator Bacon 

Cosponsors: Senators Beagle, Coley, Gardner, Hite, Hughes, Jones, Jordan, LaRose, Manning, Obhof, Patton, Brown, Gentile, Turner, Lehner, Uecker, Tavares, Schaffer, Balderson, Burke, Eklund, Faber, Oelslager, Peterson, Widener  Representatives Johnson, Landis, Pillich, Anielski, Barborak, Bishoff, Dovilla, Fedor, Milkovich, Perales, Retherford, Rosenberger 


To enact section 5.211 of the Revised Code to designate the week in May each year, which coincides with Armed Forces Week, as "Ohio Warrior Awareness Week."
(House committee on Military and Veterans Affairs recommends passage, see House Journal, May 28, 2014, p. 2096)
(Senate recommends passage, see Senate Journal, April 8, 2014, p. 1732)
(Senate committee on Public Safety, Local Government, and Veterans Affairs recommends passage, see Senate Journal, April 7, 2014, p. 1713)

Am. S. C. R. No. 22 — Senator Beagle 

Cosponsors: Senators Bacon, Eklund, Hite, Jones, Coley, Lehner, Manning, Patton, Sawyer, Tavares  Representatives Lundy, 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.
(House committee on State and Local Government recommends adoption, see House Journal, May 27, 2014, p. 2079)
(Senate recommends adoption, see Senate Journal, March 25, 2014, p. 1666)
(Senate committee on Public Safety, Local Government, and Veteran Affairs recommends amended concurrent resolution for adoption, see Senate Journal, March 13, 2014, p. 1642)

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)

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