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HB470Children SafetyRogers (D)CRIMINAL PERIOD OF LIMITATIONS - CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSETo eliminate the period of limitations for the criminal prosecution of a person for rape and to extend the period of limitations for a civil action by a victim of childhood sexual abuse.01/28/2020 Referred to House Criminal Justice
01/14/2020 Introduced
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HB471Children SafetyRogers (D)CIVIL PERIOD OF LIMITATIONS - CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSETo extend the period of limitations for a civil action by a victim of childhood sexual abuse.01/28/2020 Referred to House Criminal Justice
01/14/2020 Introduced
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SB237Gun SafetyJohnson (R)SELF-DEFENSETo enact the Ohio Duty to Retreat Act to modify the law regarding self-defense. 01/21/2020 (Fourth Hearing)
12/11/2019 (Third Hearing)
12/03/2019 (Second Hearing)
11/20/2019 (First Hearing)
11/13/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
11/12/2019 Introduced
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SB182SupportGun Safety
Thomas (D)
Lehner (R)
RAISE MINIMUM AGE-FIREARM PURCHASES To raise the minimum age to purchase a firearm to age 21 and to increase the penalty for improperly furnishing firearms to an underage person.01/21/2020 (Second Hearing)
09/17/2019 (First Hearing)
09/11/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
08/13/2019 Introduced
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HB34povertyKelly (D)STATE-LOCAL MINIMUM WAGETo increase the state minimum wage and to allow municipalities, townships, and counties to establish higher minimum wage requirements.01/22/2020 (First Hearing)
02/12/2019 Referred to House Commerce and Labor
02/12/2019 Introduced
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HB9Higher Education
Jones (R)
Sweeney (D)
CREDIT TRANSFER-GENERAL EDUCATIONWith regard to student degree completion at state institutions of higher education and to establish a universal standard for general education courses required by state universities.02/15/2020 (Sixth Hearing)
02/14/2020 (Fifth Hearing)
02/13/2020 (Fourth Hearing)
02/12/2020 (Third Hearing)
02/11/2020 (Second Hearing)
01/29/2020 Senate appoints managers; M. Huffman, B. Peterson, & T. Fedor named as Senate Conferees
01/29/2020 House appoints managers; D. Jones, J. Edwards, & P. Robinson named as House Conferees
01/29/2020 Consideration of State Amendments; House Does Not Concur on the Emergency Clause, Vote 0-96
01/29/2020 Conference Committee on HB9, (First Hearing)
01/28/2020 PASSED BY SENATE, Emergency Clause 33-0, Bill Vote 26-7
01/22/2020 (Fourth Hearing)
01/16/2020 (Third Hearing)
10/30/2019 (Second Hearing)
10/02/2019 (First Hearing)
09/11/2019 Referred to Senate Higher Education
06/27/2019 PASSED BY HOUSE
06/26/2019 REPORTED OUT, (Fifth Hearing)
06/25/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, (Fourth Hearing)
06/18/2019 (Third Hearing)
06/13/2019 (Second Hearing)
06/04/2019 (First Hearing)
05/28/2019 (First Hearing)
05/22/2019 Referred to House Higher Education
05/21/2019 Introduced
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SB2Energy & Utilities
Peterson (R)
Dolan (R)
STATEWIDE WATERSHED PLANNINGTo create a statewide watershed planning structure for watershed programs to be implemented by local soil and water conservation districts. 01/28/2020 (Fourth Hearing)
01/22/2020 (Third Hearing)
12/03/2019 (Second Hearing)
10/16/2019 (First Hearing)
06/19/2019 Referred to House Energy and Natural Resources
06/12/2019 PASSED BY SENATE
06/12/2019 REPORTED OUT AS AMENDED, (Fourth Hearing)
05/29/2019 BILL AMENDED, (Third Hearing)
05/22/2019 (Second Hearing)
05/15/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, (First Hearing)
02/20/2019 Referred to Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources
02/12/2019 Introduced
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SB256Criminal Justice ReformManning (R)BAR LIFE SENTENCE-UNDER 18Regarding a bar against a sentence of life without parole, and special parole dates, for offenders who committed the offense when under age 18, and to amend the version of section 2907.02 of the Revised Code that takes effect on March 22, 2020, to continue the provisions of this act on and after that date.02/12/2020 (First Hearing)
01/22/2020 Referred to Senate Judiciary
12/23/2019 Introduced
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SB257Energy
O'Brien (D)
Rulli (R)
ELECTRIC CAR CHARGING STATIONSTo authorize tax incentives for the purchase of plug-in electric motor vehicles and charging stations.02/11/2020 (Second Hearing)
02/04/2020 (First Hearing)
01/22/2020 Referred to Senate Ways and Means
12/23/2019 Introduced
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HB310Education
Greenspan (D)
SCHOOL BULLYING AND HAZINGTo enact the "Ohio Anti-Bullying and Hazing Act" with regard to school discipline and bullying and hazing policies at public schools and colleges.01/23/2020 (Fifth Hearing)
1/21/2020 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, (Fourth Hearing)
11/19/2019 (Fourth Hearing)
11/12/2019 (Third Hearing)
10/29/2019 (Second Hearing)
10/01/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, (First Hearing)
09/24/2019 Referred to House Primary and Secondary Education
07/09/2019 Introduced
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HB60Supportpoverty
Antani (R)
Kelly (D)
Child Diaper Sales Tax ExemptionTo exempt from sales and use tax the sale of diapers designed for infants and toddlers.03/19/2019 Third Hearing
02/26/2019 House Ways and Means, (Second Hearing)
Proponent Testimony
02/19/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, House Ways and Means, (First Hearing)
02/12/2019 Referred to House Ways and Means
02/12/2019 Introduced
No
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SB92SupportGender Equity
Maharath (D)
Wage DiscriminationTo enact the "Fair and Acceptable Income Required (FAIR) Act" and to revise the enforcement of the prohibitions against discrimination in the payment of wages.03/20/2019 First Hearing
03/12/2019 Referred to Senate General Government and Agency Review
03/07/2019 Introduced
No
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HB91SupportPoverty
Boggs (D)
Boyd (D)
Paid Family Medical LeaveTo establish family and medical leave insurance benefits.02/12/2020 Second Hearing
03/26/2019 - First Hearing
03/5/2019 - Referred to Committee House Insurance
02/21/2019 Introduced
No
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SB43SupportGun Safety
Antonio (D)
Kunze (R)
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE-FIREARMS RESTRICTIONS, STRANGULATIONTo address domestic violence by means of firearms restrictions, penalty enhancements, and a prohibition against strangulation, and to make an appropriation.04/02/2019 First Hearing
02/20/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
02/12/2019 Introduced
No
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SB110SupportEducationManning (R)Academic Distress CommissionsTo modify the operation of academic distress commissions in certain school districts.04/09/2019 Third Hearing
04/02/2019 Second Hearing
03/26/2019 First Hearing
03/21/2019 Referred to Senate Education
03/13/2019 Introduced
No
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SB11SupportGender EquityAntonio (D)
Prohibit Discrimintation-Sexual Orientation, Gender IndentityTo enact the Ohio Fairness Act to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, to add mediation as an informal method that the Ohio Civil Rights Commission may use, and to uphold existing religious exemptions under Ohio's Civil Rights Law.05/22/2019- Third Hearing
05/08/2019 Second Hearing
03/13/2019 Senate Judiciary, (First Hearing)
02/12/2019 Introduced
No
LSC Analysis: https://www.legislature.ohio.gov/download?key=12298&format=pdf
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HB90OpposeReproductive HealthAntani (R)
Unborn Child EducationTo require the development of an instructional program and educational and informational materials and the dissemination of those materials to protect the humanity of the unborn child and to make an appropriation.06/04/2019 Sixth Hearing
5/28/2019 Fifth Hearing
04/30/2019 Fourth Hearing
04/09/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, Third Hearing
03/19/2019 Second Hearing
03/12/2019 House Health, First Hearing
03/05/2019 Referred to House Health
02/20/2019 Introduced
No
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HB239SupportEducation
Manning (R)
Crawley (D)
Reduce TestingTo reduce the number of end-of-course assessments required for high school graduation and to require each school district to form a work group to evaluate the amount of time students spend on testing.06/11/2019-Third Hearing
06/04/2019-Second Hearing
05/28/2019-First Hearing
05/14/2019
Referred to House Primary and Secondary Education
05/08/2019
Introduced
No
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HB3SupportWomen's SafetyBoyd (D)
Carruthers (R)
AISHA'S LAW - DOMESTIC VIOLENCETo add domestic violence circumstances to the offenses of aggravated murder and endangering children, to establish local domestic violence high risk teams, and to require law enforcement officers to utilize a qualified lethality assessment screening tool to refer high risk victims to a local team.02/13/2020 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, Fourth Hearing
06/13/2019- SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, Third Hearing
05/30/2019 Second Hearing
05/22/2019 First Hearing
05/21/2019 Referred to House Criminal Justice
05/16/2019 Introduced
Yes
Sarah Warner: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1h-YmVr_LmZrTVRCTXTU4NebZfoMAf0sL/view?usp=sharing
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HB20SupportEnergyBlessing (R)Solar Panel LimitationsTo prohibit condominium, homeowners, and neighborhood associations from imposing unreasonable limitations on the installation of solar collector systems on the roof or exterior walls of improvements.06/26/2019 House State and Local Government, (First Hearing)
02/12/2019 Referred to House State and Local Government
02/12/2019 Introduced
No
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HB242OpposeEnvironmentLang
Jones
CONTAINER USE RESTRICTIONSTo authorize the use of an auxiliary container for any purpose, to prohibit the imposition of a tax or fee on those containers, and to apply existing anti-littering law to those containers.12/11/2019 PASSED BY HOUSE; Vote 58-35
06/26/2019 REPORTED OUT, House State and Local Government, (Fourth Hearing)
06/12/2019 House State and Local Government, (Third Hearing)
06/12/2019-Third Hearing
06/05/2019-Second Hearing
05/29/2019 First Hearing
05/21/2019 Referred to House State and Local Government
05/13/2019 Introduced
YES
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HB178Oppose
Gun Safety
Hood (R)
Brinkman (R)
Concealed Weapons ReformTo modify the Weapons Law by renaming a concealed handgun license as a concealed weapons license, allowing a concealed weapons licensee to carry concealed all deadly weapons not otherwise prohibited by law, repealing a notice requirement applicable to licensees stopped for a law enforcement purpose, authorizing expungement of convictions of a violation of that requirement, allowing a person age 21 or older and not prohibited by federal law from firearm possession to carry a concealed deadly weapon without needing a license subject to the same carrying laws as a licensee02/13/2020 House Criminal Justice, (First Hearing)
06/30/2019 Re-Referred to Committee
06/26/2019 REPORTED OUT AS AMENDED, House Federalism, (Eighth Hearing)
06/19/2019 BILL AMENDED, House Federalism, (Seventh Hearing)
06/05/2019-Sixth Hearing
05/29/2019 Fifth Hearing
05/22/2019 Fourth Hearing
05/08/2019 BILL AMENDED, (Third Hearing)
05/01/2019 (Second Hearing)
04/10/2019 House Federalism, (First Hearing)
04/04/2019 Referred to House Federalism
03/29/2019 Introduced
House Testimony; May 2019 by Rosie Craig
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SB17SupportWomen's Safety
Yuko (D)
Antonio (D)
Prohibit Sexual Assault Victim IdentificationTo prohibit law enforcement agencies from including identifying information of sexual assault victims in police reports posted online.07/17/2019 Senate Judiciary, (Second Hearing)
03/06/2019 Senate Judiciary, (First Hearing)
02/13/2019 Referred to Senate Judiciary
02/12/2019 Introduced
No
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SB54SupportCriminal Justice
Death Penalty
Eklund (R)
Williams (D)
Prohibit Death Penalty - Mental IllnessTo prohibit imposing the death penalty for aggravated murder when the offedner had a serious mental illness at the time of the offense.07/17/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, Senate Judiciary, (Third Hearing)
06/12/2019-Second Hearing
04/24.2019 - First Hearing
02/26/2019 - Referred to Committee Senate Judiciary
02/19/2019 - Introduced
No
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SB186SupportElections
Sykes (D)
Manning (R)
Voter Registration
VOTER REGISTRATION (Manning, Sykes) - To create a voter verification and registration system, to modify the requirements for the administration of the statewide voter registration database, and to allow electors to register as affiliated with a political party.
02/11/2020 (First Hearing)
12/03/2019 (Second Hearing)
09/18/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
08/21/2019 Introduced
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SB184SupportGun Safety
Williams (D)
Lehner (R)
XTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER To enact the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act to allow family members, household members, and law enforcement officers to obtain a court order that temporarily restricts a person's access to firearms if that person poses a danger to themselves or others.09/17/2019 (First Hearing)
09/11/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
08/19/2019 Introduced
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SB183SupportGun Safety
Thomas (D)
Lehner (R)
FIREARM TRANSFERSTo require a firearm transfer to be made through a dealer, through a law enforcement agency, or pursuant to a specified exception, and to require a background check when a firearm is transferred.09/17/2019 (First Hearing)
09/11/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
09/11/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
08/13/2019 Introduced
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HB154SupportEducation
Miller (D)
Jones (R)
Dissolve Distress CommissionsTo dissolve academic distress commissions and to instead require the creation of community learning centers for buildings in low-performing school districts.09/24/2019 (Fourth Hearing)
09/18/2019 (Fourth Hearing)
09/17/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED (Third Hearing)
09/10/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED (Second Hearing)
06/25/2019 (First Hearing)
05/15/2019-Referred to Senate Education
The House Finance Committee amended the language of HB154 into HB166 on 5/8/19.
05/01/2019 PASSED BY HOUSE; Vote 83-12
04/30/2019 REPORTED OUT, Third Hearing
04/09/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, Second Hearing
04/02/2019 First Hearing
03/26/2019 Referred to House Primary and Secondary Education
03/20/2019 Introduced
House Testimony; April 2019 by Susie Kaeser
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SB13SupportCriminal Justice
Human Trafficking
Fedor (D)Human Trafficking - JUVENILESTo require a juvenile court to hold a delinquency complaint in abeyance in certain cases related to prostitution or human trafficking and to provide that the same elements for the offense of trafficking in persons that apply to a victim under the age of sixteen also apply to a victim who is age sixteen or seventeen.02/13/2020 (Second Hearing)
11/07/2019 (First Hearing)
09/24/2019 Referred to House Criminal Justice
07/17/2019 PASSED BY SENATE; Vote 31-0
07/17/2019 REPORTED OUT, Senate Judiciary, (Sixth Hearing)
05/01/2019 - Fifth Hearing
04/24/2019 - SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, Fourth Hearing
03/20/2019 - Third Hearing
03/6/2019 - First Hearing
02/13/2019 - Referred to Committee Senate Judiciary
02/13/2019 - Senate Judiciary, (First Hearing)
02/12/2019 - Introduced
Senate Testimony; March 2019 by Karen Rainey
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HB202SupportEnvironment
Smith (D)
Weinstein (D)
ELECTRIC VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE
To establish the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Study Committee.
10/01/2019 (Fourth Hearing)
09/10/2019 (Third Hearing)
06/25/2019 (Second Hearing)
06/18/2019 (First Hearing)
04/30/2019 Referred to House Transportation and Public Safety
04/16/2019 Introduced
Al Rosenfield
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SB146SupportWomen's Safety
Kunze (R)
Antonio (D)
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE-CHOKINGTo expand the offense of domestic violence to also prohibit a person from knowingly impeding the normal breathing or circulation of the blood of a family or household member by applying pressure to the family or household member's throat or neck or blocking the family or household member's nose or mouth.10/02/2019 (Third Hearing)
06/19/2019 (Second Hearing)
05/15/2019 (First Hearing)
05/14/2019 Referred to Senate Judiciary
05/08/2019
Introduced
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HB7SupportEnvironmentGhanbari (R)
Patterson (D)
H2OHIO PROGRAM
To create the H2Ohio Trust Fund for the protection and preservation of Ohio's water quality, to create the H2Ohio Advisory Council to establish priorities for use of the Fund for water quality programs, and to authorize the Ohio Water Development Authority to invest the money in the Fund and to make recommendations to the Treasurer of State regarding the issuance of securities to pay for costs related to the purposes of the Fund.10/22/2019 Senate Finance, (First Hearing)
07/17/2019 Referred to Senate Finance
06/20/2019 PASSED BY HOUSE; Vote 90-3, Bill Amended on Floor
06/19/2019 REPORTED OUT AS AMENDED, (Sixth Hearing)
06/18/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED & AMENDED (Fifth Hearing)
06/04/2019 (Fourth Hearing)
05/29/2019 (Third Hearing)
05/23/2019 (Second Hearing)
05/16/2019 (First Hearing)
05/14/2019 Referred to House Finance
05/13/2019 Introduced
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SB194SupportElectionsRulli (R) VOTER REGISTRATION SYSTEMSTo rename the Board of Voting Machine Examiners as the Board of Voting Equipment Examiners, to require the Board to approve voter registration systems for use in Ohio, and to require a board of elections to decide a protest against a candidate filing within ten days.10/29/2019 (Fifth Hearing) No Testimony
10/23/2019 BILL AMENDED, (Fourth Hearing)
10/09/2019 BILL AMENDED, (Third Hearing)
10/02/2019 (Second Hearing)
09/25/2019 (First Hearing)
09/11/2019 Referred to Senate General Government and Agency Review
09/09/2019 Introduced
Jen Miller
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SB121Health
Sykes (D)
Kunze (R)
Health Education StandardsTo require the State Board of Education to adopt health education standards and to require that only statewide venereal disease education standards and curriculum be approved by the General Assembly.10/29/2019 (Third Hearing)
10/01/2019: Senate Education, (Second Hearing)
05/07/2019: Senate Education, (First Hearing)
05/01/2019: Referred to Senate Education
03/26/2019: Introduced
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HB398Elections
Crawley (D)
Sweeney (D)
GENERAL ELECTIONS - LEGAL HOLIDAYTo establish the day of each general election as a legal holiday for which government employees receive paid leave.11/05/2019 Introduced
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HB395ElectionsGalonski (D)PREPAID POSTAGE - ABSENTEE BALLOTSTo require the Secretary of State to prepay postage for the return of completed absent voter's ballots.
11/05/2019 Introduced
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SB222OpposeEnvironmentRulli (R) PROHIBIT TAX-PLASTIC BAGSTo authorize the use of an auxiliary container for any purpose, to prohibit the imposition of a tax or fee on those containers, and to apply existing anti-littering law to those containers.11/12/2019 Second Hearing
11/6/2019 First Hearing
10/23/2019 Referred to Senate Local Government, Public Safety and Veterans Affairs
10/15/2019 Introduced
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SB221Gun SafetyDolan (R)FIREARMS REGULATIONS To provide for the issuance in specified circumstances of a Safety Protection Order to apply regarding a person who a court determines is under a drug dependency, chronic alcoholic, or mental health-related firearms disability; to specify LEADS and NCIC reporting and removal procedures for current types of protection orders; to require the submission to the Attorney General for inclusion in LEADS of findings of IST or NGRI; to modify some of the prohibitions under the offense of "unlawful transactions in weapons" and add new prohibitions and exemptions under the offense, including a new exemption if a state background check mechanism the bill enacts is used and does not indicate that the prospective transferee is barred from firearms possession; to provide in specified circumstances for the issuance of a seller's protection certificate under the new state background check mechanism; to increase the penalty for certain firearms-related offenses in specified circumstances; to modify the law governing the entry of arrest warrants into LEADS as extradition warrants; to expand the law regarding the provision of drug and alcohol test results to law enforcement personnel; and to provide a new exception to the testimonial privilege for specified medical and dental personnel regarding certain probate court proceedings.12/03/2019 (Third Hearing)
11/13/2019 (Second Hearing)
11/05/2019 (First Hearing)
10/23/2019 Referred to Senate Government Oversight and Reform
10/15/2019 Introduced
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HB305SupportEducation
Cupp
Patterson
School FinancingTo create a new school financing system, and to make an appropriation.11/20/2019 Sixth Hearing
11/13/2019 Fifth hearing
11/7/2019 Fourth hearing
10/30/2019 (Third Hearing)
10/24/2019 (Second Hearing)
10/16/2019 (First Hearing)
10/10/2019 (First Hearing)
06/30/2019: Referred to House Finance
06/26/2019: Introduced
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HB372ElectionsMerrin (D)DRIVER'S LICENSES - EIGHT YEARSTo authorize a person to renew specified driver's licenses or state identification cards every eight years beginning July 1, 2021.12/10/2019 (Third Hearing)
11/19/2019 (Third Hearing
11/12/2019 (Second Hearing)
10/29/2019 (First Hearing)
10/22/2019 Referred to House Transportation and Public Safety
10/17/2019 Introduced
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SB33OpposeCivil Rights
Hoagland (R)
Critical Infrastructure Facilities OffensesTo modify certain criminal offenses with respect to critical infrastructure facilities and to impose fines and civil liability for damage to a critical infrastructure facility.01/29/2020 REPORTED OUT, (Seventh Hearing)
12/11/2019 (Seventh Hearing)
11/20/2019 (Sixth Hearing)
10/23/2019 BILL AMENDED, (Fifth Hearing)
10/09/2019 (Fourth Hearing)
09/26/2019 (Third Hearing)
06/19/2019 (Second Hearing)
05/29/2019 First Hearing
Referred to House Public Utilities
5/8/2019 - Referred to Committee House Public Utilities
05/01/2019 - PASSED BY SENATE; Vote 24-9
04/24/2019 - Fifth Hearing
04/10/2019 - Fourth Hearing
04/03/2019 - Third Hearing
03/20/2019 - Second Hearing
02/20/2019 - Senate Judiciary, (First Hearing)
02/12/2019 - Introduced
Senate Testimony; April 2019 by Jen Miller
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HB136SupportCriminal Justice
Death Penalty
Manning (R)Prohibit Death Penalty - Mental IllnessTo amend ORC to prohibt imposing the death penalty for agravated murder when the offender had a serious mental illness at the time of the offense. 12/17/2019 BILL AMENDED (Fifth Hearing)
12/11/2019 BILL AMENDED (Fourth Hearing)
10/09/2019: (Third Hearing)
09/25/2019: (Second Hearing)
09/18/2019: (First Hearing)
06/11/2019- Referred to Senate Judiciary
06/05/2019- PASSED BY HOUSE; Vote 76-18
05/30/2019Fourth Hearing
05/16/2019 Third Hearing
05/02/2019 Second Hearing
04/11/2019 First Hearing)
03/26/2019 Referred to House Criminal Justice
03/14/2019 Introduced
NO
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SB3Criminal Justice Reform
Eklund (R)
O'Brien (D)
DRUG SENTENCING REFORMTo modify the controlled substance possession and trafficking prohibitions and penalties and the drug and alcohol abuse civil commitment mechanism.12/17/2019 BILL AMENDED, (Tenth Hearing)
12/11/2019 (Ninth Hearing)
11/13/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, (Eighth Hearing)
06/27/2019 BILL AMENDED, (Seventh Hearing)
06/12/2019 (Sixth Hearing)
05/29/2019 (Fifth Hearing)
05/22/2019 (Fourth Hearing)
05/15/2019 (Third Hearing)
03/06/2019 SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, (Second Hearing)
02/13/2019 Referred to Senate Judiciary
02/13/2019 Senate Judiciary (First Hearing)
02/12/2019 Introduced
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SB240Children Safety
Antonio (D)
Dolan (R)
CHILDREN'S CRISIS CARE FACILITIESRegarding children's crisis care facilities.01/22/2020 (First Hearing)
12/04/2019 Referred to Senate Health, Human Services and Medicaid
11/20/2019 Introduced
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HB 460Elections
Hambley (R)
Skindell (D)
PARTY DESIGNATION - JUDICIAL CANDIDATESTo allow a partisan judicial candidate to appear on the general election ballot with a political party designation.01/28/2020 Referred to House State and Local Government
12/27/2019 Introduced
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