131st General Assembly

The table below contains links to acts signed into law by the governor and filed with the Ohio Secretary of State's Office. The acts below were signed during the 131st General Assembly, which ran from 2015-2016. All links to acts are PDF documents which will open in a new window. Some of the PDFs may be large, so please allow for time to download.

Disclaimer: No effective date is posted until after the Ohio Secretary of State receives the bill from the Ohio Legislative Service Commission.  Because of Ohio Supreme Court interpretations, effective dates posted here are not authoritative, and individuals using the effective dates rely upon them at their own risk. 

'Legislation as enrolled' links provide a PDF text-only option of the bill. These versions do not have signatures, effective dates or other annotations. These files are provided by the Ohio Legislature and external links can change at any time.

House Bills

Bill No.DescriptionEffective DateRevised Code Sections Affected
Am Sub HB 2

To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code with regard to governance, sponsorship, and management of community schools and community school employee membership in the School Employees Retirement System and State Teachers Retirement System; to require the Department of Education to study a regression formula for measuring student academic performance; to limit the total annual amount of compensation that a school district or educational service center board member may receive; and to revise the conditions of enrollment status for high school students.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 2/1/2016  
Sub HB 3

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to reduce certain business filing fees charged and collected by the Secretary of State, to modify required content of foreign corporation filings, to specify that all Ohio-based companies are to have the same access to employer application services through OhioMeansJobs website, and to require the Governor's Executive Workforce Board to prepare an annual performance report of the website.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/24/2015  
Am Sub HB 4

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to modify the laws governing the authority to dispense or furnish naloxone for opioid overdoses…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 7/16/2015  
Sub HB 5

To amend section 117.47 and to enact sections 117.473, 117.48, 2743.31, and 2744.11 of the Revised Code to allow the Auditor of State to conduct feasibility studies regarding the efficiency of local public offices and state agencies, to authorize the Auditor of State to establish a shared equipment service agreement program among state agencies....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Sub HB 6

To amend a section of the Revised Code to increase the period of limitations for prosecution of rape or sexual battery…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 7/16/2015  
Am Sub HB 7

To amend sections of the revised code to prohibit individual student scores from being used to determine promotion or retention…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/16/2015  
Am Sub HB 9

To amend and enact section of the Revised Code to create a Tax Expenditure Review Committee for the purpose of periodically reviewing existing tax expenditures.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
Am HB 11

To amend sections of the Revised Code to create a domestic relations division of the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas, to create a judgeship for that division, to require payments to retired assigned judges under certain specified circumstances…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/19/2015  
HB 17

To enact section 2305.2310 of the Revised Code to provide civil immunity for architects, contractors, engineers, surveyors, and tradespersons providing volunteer services during a declared emergency.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 5/17/2016  
Sub HB 18

To amend and enact section of the Revised Code to create a Tax Expenditure Review Committee for the purpose of periodically reviewing existing tax expenditures.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
Am HB 19

To amend sections of the Revised Code to incorporate changes in the Internal Revenue Code.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/1/2015  
Am HB 28

To enact a section of the Revised Code with regard to suicide prevention programs at state institutions of higher education.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/15/2015  
Am HB 29

To enact section 5.2299 of the Revised Code to designate November as "Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/29/2015  
Sub HB 37

To amend sections 4301.01, 4301.03, 4301.21, and 4301.62 and to enact section 4301.244 of the Revised Code to establish exemptions to the Open Container law regarding beer or intoxicating liquor purchased…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Sub HB 39

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to permit schools and camps to procure and use inhalers for alleviating asthmatic symptoms and to exempt the schools and camps from licensing requirements related to possession of inhalers.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 2/1/2016  
Sub HB 47

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to allow municipal corporations and townships of a population of more than 35,000 to create outdoor refreshment areas.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/30/2015  
Sub HB 50

To Amend sections 2151.353, 2151.415, 2151.82, 5101.141, and 5103.30 and to enact sections 2111.011, 5101.1411, 5101.1412 ,5101.1413, and 5101.1414 of the Revised Code to extend the age for which a person is eligible for federal foster care and adoption assistance payments under Title IV-E to age twenty-one: to require that a guardian receive the Ohio Guardianship Guide...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/13/2016  
Am HB 51

To repeal section 4121.351 of the Revised Code to eliminate the ability of the Industrial Commission to enter into personal service contracts during hearing spikes, to make appropriations for the Industrial Commission for the biennium, and to provide authorization for the operation of Commission programs.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Some sections take effect on 6/30/2015 and some sections take effect on 9/29/2015  
Am Sub HB 52

To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to make changes to the Workers' Compensation Law, to make appropriations for the Bureau of Workers' Compensation for the biennium, and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of the Bureau's programs.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Some sections take effect on 6/30/2015; some sections take effect on 9/29/2015; and, some sections take effect on specific dates provided in the bill.  
Sub HB 53

To amend sections of the Revised Code to make appropriations for programs related to transportation and public safety.(opens in a new window)

Governor's Veto Message(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Some sections take effect immediately on 4/1/2015; some provisions take effect on 7/1/2015 and some provisions take effect on specific dates provided in the bill.  
Sub HB 56

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to prohibit public employers from including on an employment application any question concerning the criminal background of the applicant, to prohibit a felony conviction from being used against an officer or employee when a public employer is undertaking certain employment practices, unless the conviction occurs while the officer or employee is employed in the civil service, to remove the bar against sealing a conviction record when the victim is 16 or 17 years old, and to provide that certain independent providers are not employees of the state or a political subdivision.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Sub HB 60

To amend sections 959.131, 959.132, 959.99, 2921.321, 2929.13, 2929.18, and 2931.18 and to enact section 4741.05 of the Revised Code to revise provisions and penalties regarding treatment of companion animals, to revise the definition of "companion animal" in the Offenses Relating to Domestic Animal Law....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/13/2016  
HB 62

To enact a section of the Revised Code to designate the second week of September as "Krabbe Disease Awareness Week."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/15/2015  
Am Sub HB 64

Budget Bill

 Legislation as enrolled

Some sections take effect on 6/30/2015; some sections take effect on 9/29/2015; and some sections take effect on specific dates provided in the bill.  
Am Sub HB 70

To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to authorize school districts and community schools to initiate a community learning center process …(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/15/2015  
HB 71

To enact section 2305.52 of the Revised Code to prohibit certain indemnity agreements in motor vehicle carrier transportation contracts.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Sub HB 89

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to authorize certain Medicaid providers to make referrals for certain services under the Medicaid School Program.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
HB 93

To amend section 4503.491 of the Revised Code to specify that " Breast Cancer Awareness" license plates may be issued to motorcycle owners.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 1/19/2016  
HB 98

To amend section 5.2281 of the Revised Code to designate the fourteenth day of May as "Childhood Apraxia of Speech Awareness Day."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 5/17/2016  
Sub HB 110

To amend sections 2925.11, 2929.13, 2929.141, 2929.15, 2929.25, 2967.28, 4549.02, 4549.021, and 4742.03 and to enact sections 128.04 and 4765.44 of the Revised Code to increase the penalty for failure to stop after a traffic accident that results in the death of a person or serious physical hame ...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/13/2016  
Sub HB 113

To amend sections 103.45, 103.48, 103.50, 311.01, 3301.54, 3311.191, 3313.60, 3313.617, 3313.662, 3313.717, 3314.03, 3314.08, 3317.03, 3317.064, 3317.25, 3326.11, 3328.24, 4109.06, 4510.32, 4709.04, 4723.651, 4723.74, 4735.09, 4747.10, 4758.46, 4758.47, 4779.13, 4779.25, 5104.035, 5104.036, 5107.281, 5107.40, 5107.60, 5107.62, 2120.031, and 5126.201; to amend, for the purpose of adopting a new section number as indicated in parentheses, section 3313.617 (3301.81); to enact new section 103.49 and sections 3301.80, 3313.6021, 3313.6023, and 3314.103; and to repeal section 103.49 of the Revised Code to require public schools to provide students with instrction in cardiopulmanary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator, to require training for certain school employees.....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Sub HB 116

To amend sections 1739.05, 3719.04, 3719.07, 3719.121, 3719.21, 4729.281, 4729.39, 4729.571, 4730.11, 4730.49, and 5167.12 and to enact sections 1751.68, 3923.602, 4729.20, 4729.561, and 5164.7511 of the Revised Code regarding insurance and Medicaid coverage of medication synchronization...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
HB 121

To enact section 5.2298 of the Revised Code to designate the last week of July as "Service Dog Awareness Week."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 5/17/2016  
HB 123

To amend sections 2945.58 and 2951.03 of the Revised Code to change the time for notification of an alibi defense in a crimnal case, to allow the court in a felony case to impose community control sanctions without a presentence investigation report upon agreement of the defendant and the prosecutor, and to request the Supreme Court to modify Criminal Rull 32.2....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Sub HB 124

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code regarding the authority to prescribe or personally furnish without examination a drug for a sexual partner of a patient diagnosed with chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoniasis(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Am Sub HB 131

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to include diseases of concern within the scope of the Animal Diseases Law, and to make changes to the laws governing weights and measures, livestock dealers, auctioneers, the membership of the Farmland Preservation Advisory Board, the duties of the Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission, and the pesticide licensing renewal process.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Am HB 141

To amend sections of the Revised Code to change the name of the Ohio Historical Society to the Ohio History Connection.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/29/2015  
HB 142

To enact section 5.256 of the Revised Code to designate the month of March as "Endometriosis Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Sub HB 151

To amend sections 2903.211 and 2917.21 of the Revised Code to expand the offenses of menacing by stalking and telecommunications harassment…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/16/2016  
Am HB 153

To amend sections of the Revised Code to change the date on which presidential primary elections are held.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/9/2015  
Am HB 154

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to provide that when a motor vehicle passes a bicycle the safe passing distance to the left is three feet or greater…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
HB 155

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to require the Treasurer of State to create a program offering federally tax-advantaged savings accounts used to pay for a person's qualified disability expenses…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/15/2015  
Sub HB 158

To amend sections of the Revised Code to replace provisions containing the term "mental retardation" and its derivatives with corresponding provisions containing the term "intellectual disability" and its derivates and to specify that an intellecutal disability is a form of developmental disability.

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/12/2016  
Am Sub HB 164

To amend sections 2953.36 and 2953.51 of the Revised Code to allow a person who is convicted of an offense that may not be sealed to apply to have the conviction sealed if, before the person makes that application, the offense is changed so that it may be sealed and to specify that investigation reports the Inspector General maintains....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Sub HB 166

To amend section 307.78, 323.153, 1343.03, 1724.02, 2111.14, 3501.17, 5709.12, 5713.31, 5713.32, 5715.17, 5715.39, 5717.04, 5719.042, 5722.03, 5722.04, 5722.11, and 5747.51; to enact section 701.10; and to repeal sections 319.19, 1318.01, 1318.02, 1318.03, 1318.04, 1318.05, 1318.06, 1318.07, 1318.08, 1318.99, 1901.313, 1907.202, 2303.25, 3765.01, 3765.02, 3765.03, 3765.04, and 5709.23 of the revised code.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/8/2016  
HB 167

To amend section 103.11 of the Revised Code regarding the term of a General Assembly member as a member of the Legislative Service Commission.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
HB 171

To amend sections 2925.03, 2925.11, and 2929.01 of the Revised Code to decrease the minimum amount of heroin involved in a violation of trafficking in heroin or possession of heroin that makes the violation a felony of the first degree and that is necessary to classify an offender as a major drug offender(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Am. Sub. HB 173

To authorize a county recorder or county veterans service service office to issue Ohio veterans identification cards.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/8/2016  
Sub HB 178

To Amend sections 3717.22 and 4301.62 and to enact section 4303.2010 of the Revised Code to establish the F-10 liquor permit to authorize the sale of wine by certain wine manufacturers at specified farmers markets.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
HB 180

To enact section 9.49 and to repeal sections 153.013 and 5525.26 of the Revised Code to prohibit a public authority from requiring a contractor to employ a certain percentage of individuals from the geographic area…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effetive 8/31/2016  
Sub HB 182

To amend sections 715.72, 715.79, 715.80, 715.81, 715.82 ,715.83, 718.01, 4301.80, 5595.06, 5709.12, 5709.61, 5709.82, 5725.33 ,5733.06, 5733.41 ,5747.02,5 747.113, and 5747.41, to enact section 5709.634, and to repeal sections 715.73, 715.74 ,715.75, 715.76, 715.761, 715.77, 715.771, and 715.78 of the Revised Code and to amend Section 4 of Sub. H.B. 5 of the 130th General Assembly to revise the law governing the creation and operation of joint economic develoment districts (JEDDs) and enterprise zone....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/13/2016  
Am Sub HB 185

To amend sections 9.06, 2909.03, and 2909.11 of the Revised Code to eliminate lack of the property owner's consent as an element of arson when the property is not an occupied structure and to make the consent of the owner of a structure that is not an occupied structure an affirmative defense, and to modify the provisions regarding the private operation and management of intensive program prisons.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
Sub HB 187

To amend sections 4741.20 and 4765.01 and to enact section 4765.52 of the Revised Code to authorize specified emergency personnel to provide certain emergency medical services to an injured dog or cat.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Am Sub HB 188

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code regarding the practice of pharmacy under consult agreements, the authority of pharmacists to dispense or sell drugs without a prescription, the authority of physicians to prescribe drugs based on remote examination of patients, and the procedures for renewal of nursing licenses.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Sub HB 200

To amend sections of the Revised Code regarding procuring, storing, and accessing epinephrine autoinjectors for which there are no patient-specific prescriptions and civil immunity of health professionals.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/8/2016  
Am Sub HB 207

To amend sections 4123.35, 4123.93, 4123.931, and 4125.07 and to enact section 4123.932 of the Revised Code to eliminate the minimum number of employees required for a private sector employer or a board…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Sub HB 216

To amend, enact and to repeal sections of the Revised Code to revise the laws governing advanced practice registered nurses and the Board of Nursing, to authorize podiatrists to order and supervise hyperbaric oxygen therapy…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
HB 219

To enact section 5.256 of the Revised Code to designate January as "Thyroid Health Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Sub HB 229

To amend section 1111.01 and to enact sections 1112.01, 1112.02, 1112.03, 1112.04, 1112.05, 1112.06, 1112.07, 1112.08, 1112.09, 1112.10, 1112.11, 1112.12, 1112.13, 1112.14, 1112.15, 1112.16, 1112.17, 1112.18, 11112.19, 1112.20, 1112.21, 1112.22, 1112.23, 1112.24, 1112.25, 1112.26, 1112.27, 1112.28, and 1112.99 of the Revised Code to create the Ohio Family Trust Company Act(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
HB 230

To amend sections of the Revised Code regarding the practices of chemical dependency counseling and prevention services.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
Am Sub HB 233

To Amend sections 133.04……of the Revised Code to authorize municipal corporations to create downtown redevelopment districts and innovation districts for the purposes of promoting the rehabilitation of historic buildings, creating jobs,……(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/5/2016  
HB 236

To amend sections of the Revised Code to require professional engineers to complete continuing professional development hours in professional ethics or rules relevant to engineering or surveying practices(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 237

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to regulate transportation network companies and transportation network company services and to exempt an insurer that provides motor vehicle liability insurance from the requirement that it provide financial responsibility identification cards to a policyholder if the insurer provides the ability to use an electronic wireless communication device to provide proof of financial responsibility.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Sub HB 238 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to allow the Director of Budget and Management to transfer funds from the Adult and Juvenile Correctional Facilities Bond Retirement Fund to any fund created in the state treasury administered by the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction or the Department of Youth Services...(opens in a new window)
Legislation as enrolled
Effective 10/15/2015  
Sub HB 240

To amend sections 9.15, 313.01, 313.02, 313.04, 313.05, 313.14, 313.161, and 325.15 and to repeal section 313.141 of the Revised Code to define the legal residence of a dead person…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Am HB 242

To enact section 5.2298 of the Revised Code to designate the fourth Sunday of July as Blue Star Mothers and Family Day.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/5/2016  
HB 243

To amend sections 4703.02 and 4703.33 of the Revised Code to make changes governing the architects board and the landscape architects board regarding continuing education requirements.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/16/2016  
Am HB 244

To enact section 5.28 of the Revised Code to designate the tenth day of November as Armed Services, Peace Officer, First Responder, and Dual Service Recognition Day.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 2/15/2016  
Sub HB 259

To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to regulate certificates of insurance prepared or issued to verify the existence of property or casualty insurance coverage, to update prompt payment requirements, and to require the administrator of Workers' Compensation to reduce the transfer of negative experience to a successor employer under certain circumstances.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
HB 260

To amend section 5.2240 of the Revised Code to designate the first week of December as "Crohn's and Colitis Awareness Week."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 1/31/2017  
Sub HB 276 To amend sections of the Revised Code to authorize chiropractors to engage in certain activities involving nutrition-related items and therapies, nonprescription drugs, and medical goods and devices.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Am Sub HB 277 To amend sections of the Revised Code to authorize a county, township, or municipal corporation to impose a 9-1-1 system levy in only the portion of the subdivision that would be served by the 9-1-1 system and to declare and emergency(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 6/28/2016  
Sub HB 285 To amend a section of the Revised Code to authorize pharmacists to convert prescriptions authorizing refills under certain circumstances.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 290 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to permit a patient with a terminal condition to be treated with a drug, product, or device that is not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 294 To enact section 3701.034 of the Revised Code and to amend 289.20 of Am. Sub. H.B. 64 of the 131st General Assembly to require the Department of Health to ensure that state funds and certain federal funds and certain federal funds are not used to peform or promote nontherapeutic abortions,....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 5/23/2016  
Sub HB 299 To amend sections 3301.079, 3301.0711, 3301.0712, 3301.16, 3310.03, 3310.14, 3310.41, 3310.522, 3313.612, 3313.615, 3313.619, and 3313.976 of the Revised Code…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Sub HB 300 To amend sections of the Revised Code to modify the law governing the termination or modification of a lifetime driver's license suspension or a call two suspension…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/14/2017  
Sub HB 303 To enact sections of the Revised Code to create the D.O.L.L.A.R. Deed Program.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
Am Sub HB 305 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to include certain nonteaching employees of The University of Akron as members in the Public Employees Retirement System…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
Sub HB 317 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to enable the parents or guardians of a protected consumer to freeze that consumer's credit to protect the consumer from identity theft.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016; except as otherwise provided by law  
Sub HB 340 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to make program and budgetary modifications, to make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 12/22/2015  
Am Sub HB 341 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to require the Public Utilities Commission to establish towing and storage fees and to review these fees every five years, to establish and after-hours fee for the retrieval of personal items from a motor vehicle that was towed from private property...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 342 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to create the Ohio Farm Winery Permit and to authorize the Division of Liquor Control to issue a D-51l liquor permit…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
Sub HB 347 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to modify the laws governing criminal and civil asset forfeitures…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Am HB 351 To amend sections of the Revised Code to increase the amount of spirituous liquor that an A-3a liquor permit holder may annually manufacture and to allow an A-3a permit holder to obtain an A-1-A liquor permit.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
HB 352 To enact section 5.256 of the Revised Code to designate April as "Osteopathic Medicine Recognition Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Sub HB 359 To amend section of the Revised Code to create an address confidentiality program for victims of domestic violence, menacing by stalking, human trafficking, trafficking in person, rape, or sexual battery and to allow wireless service account transfer in a domestic violence situation.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/8/2016  
Sub HB 378 To amend sections of the Revised Code to authorize law enforcement officers of township police districts and joint police districts, and township constables, serving a population of 50,000 of less to make arrests for motor vehicle-related violation committed on national highways that are not part of the interstate highway system.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Am Sub HB 384 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to specify that state institutions of higher education may be subject to performance audits conducted by the Auditor of State…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/5/2017; except as otherwise provided by law  
HB 387 To amend sections of the Revised Code to raise the maximum allowable limit of the monetary jurisdiction of small claims divisions of municipal courts.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
Sub HB 388 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to authorize a court to grant unlimited driving privileges with an ignition interlock device to a first-time OVI offender…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 390 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code and various other Acts to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of state programs and to make appropriations.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Some sections take effect on June 28, 2016; some sections take effect on September 28, 2016; and some sections take effect on 7/1/2017  
Sub HB 391 To enact sections of the Revised Code and amend Am. Sub. H.B. 64 of the 131st General Assembly to require the Chancellor of Higher Education to create the SmartOhio Financial Literacy Pilot Program…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016; except as otherwise provided by law  
Am Sub HB 410 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to modify truancy and compulsory school attendance law and to specify that a National Guard scholarship recipient who fails to complete the recipient's term of enlistment in the National Guard due to enlistment, warrant, commission, or appointment in the United States armed forces is not liable for repayment of the scholarship.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 413 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to add to the purposes for which a board of township trustees may go into executive session…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
Sub HB 429 To amend sections 3734.01, 4501.01, 4503.04, 4503.21, 4503.22, 4503.535, 4503.544, 4507.03, 4511.01, and 4511.53 of the Revised Code and to amend Section 257.30 of Am. Sub. H.B. 64 of the 131st General Assembly to allow employers of automotive technicians and motor vehicle technicians to participate in the Incumbent Workforce Training Voucher Program,....    
HB 431 To enact section 5.289 of the Revised Code to designate February 17th as "Annie Glenn Communication Disorders Awareness Day."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Am Sub HB 432 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to revise the law governing decedent's estates by making changes in the Ohio Trust Code, the Probate Law, the Uniform Principal and Income Act, the Transfers to Minors Act and the Uniform Simultaneous Death Act...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2016  
Am HB 434 To enact section 5.232 of the Revised Code to designate May as "Fibromuscular Dysplasia Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
HB 436 To amend sections of the Revised Code to authorize a judge that grants limited driving privileges to a second-time OVI offender to order the termination of the mandatory immobilization order.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 438 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to designate the week prior to the week of Thanksgiving Day as "Ohio Public Education Appreciation Week"; to require the health curriculum of each school district to include the instruction on the positive effects of organ and tissue donation;...(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2017  
HB 440 To enact section 5.48 of the Revised Code to designate the Saturday before Thanksgiving as "Ohio Survivors of Suicide Loss Day."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/16/2017  
Am Sub HB 444 To amend sections of the Revised Code to allow A-1-A, A-1c and certain D liquor permit holders to provide free tasting samples of beer, wine, and spirituous liquor, as applicable, to a person who is 21 years old or older and a paying customer of the permit holder.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 451 To amend sections of the Revised Code to provide that an individual's statutory priority to decide whether or not to withhold or withdraw life-sustaining treatment for the individual's relative is forfeited if the individual is the subject of a temporary protective order or civil protection order and the relative is the alleged victim...(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 455 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to authorize a municipal corporation or township to establish a boarding school zone and a special speed limit within that zone, to establish a 35-mph speed limit for certain highways located in a national park...(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 463 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code relative to the Ohio Uniform Commercial Code, real property foreclosure and escrow transactions…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 470 To amend and enact section of the Revised Code to establish an exemption from the requirement that a certificate of need be obtained for certain projects regarding palliative care…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 3/21/2017  
Sub HB 471 To amend, enact and repeal sections of the Revised Code to extend the deadline of the Criminal Justice Recodification Committee recommendations to June 30, 2017, to modify the provisions regarding the membership of the Committee…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 12/19/2016  
Sub HB 476 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to raise the foreign debt cap from one per cent to two per cent regarding state interim funds and county inactive and public library fund investments…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
Am Sub HB 483 To amend, enact and repeal sections of the Revised Code to modify programs administrated by the Department of Developmental Disabilities, to modify certain laws pertaining to tax levies for developmental disabilities…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Some sections take immediate effect on 7/13/2016; some provisions take effect on 10/12/2016; and, some provisions take effect on specific dates provided in the bill.  
Am Sub HB 493

To amend sections of the Revised Code to make changes in the child abuse and neglect reporting law.(opens in a new window)

Governor's Veto Message(opens in a new window)

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Effective 3/14/2017  
Sub HB 505 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to regulate biological products and the substitution of interchangeable biological products…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 12/19/2016  
Sub HB 512 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to establish requirements governing lead and copper testing for community and nontransient noncommunity water systems(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/9/2016  
Am Sub HB 520 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to revise the law governing the state's public retirement systems.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub HB 523 To amend sections of the Revised Code to authorize the use of marijuana for medical purposes and to establish the Medical Marijuana Control Program(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/8/2016  
Am HB 532 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code relating to brokers and salespersons.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Am Sub HB 580 To enact sections of the Revised Code to designate the month of November as "One Health Awareness Month," to create the Malnutrition Prevention Commission to study malnutrition among older adults, to designate May 15 as "All for the Kids Awareness Day," and to designate May 1 as "Fanconi Anemia Awareness Day."(opens in a new window)

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Effective 3/21/2017  

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Senate Bills

Bill No.DescriptionEffective Date Revised Code Sections Affected
Sub SB 1 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to require applicators of fertilizer or manure to comply with specified requirements.    
Sub SB 2 To amend section 5701.11 of the Revised Code to expressly incorporate changes in the Internal Revenue Code since April 1, 2015, into Ohio law, and to declare an emergency.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 2/14/2016  
Sub SB 3 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to exempt from certain education laws school districts that meet specified benchmarks…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 3/16/2017  
Sub SB 7 To enact sections of the Revised Code to prohibit the sale of pure caffeine products and powdered or crystalline alcohol for human consumption.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 9/24/2015  
Am SB 10 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to establish a process for identifying individuals who are medical assistance recipients that may be eligible to receive federal military-related health care benefits and to extend eligibility for the enhanced homestead exemption for disabled veterans to include veterans who receive a total disability rating for compensation based on individual unemployability due to a service-connected disability.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
Sub SB 11 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to enact the "Jason Gresko Act" to create the Volunteer Peace Officers' Dependents Fund to provide death benefits to survivors of volunteer peace officers killed in the line of duty and disability benefits to disabled volunteer peace officers and to make survivors of gaming agents and Department of Taxation investigators eligible for benefits from the Ohio Public Safety Officers Death Benefit Fund.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 3/23/2016  
Sub SB 27 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to enact the "Michael Louis Palumbo, Jr. Act" to provide that a firefighter who is disabled as a result of cancer under certain circumstances…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2017  
SB 30 To enact and repeal sections of the Revised Code to create the Ohio Family Stability Commission …(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
SB 38 To enact sections of the Revised Code to provide transparency in contracts between the state and private attorneys.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 8/12/2015  
Sub SB 60 To enact section 5533.261 of the Revised Code to designate a portion of Interstate Route 670 as the "Dana G. 'Buck' Rinehart Memorial Highway."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 5/17/2016  
Am Sub SB 61 To amend a section of the Revised Code to whom a certified copy of a death certificate containing the decedent's social security number may be issued.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/15/2015  
Sub SB 63 To amend sections 305.02, 733.08, 733.31, 3503.14, 3503.15, 3503.18, 3503.21, and 3506.05 and to enact section 3503.20 of the Revised Code to create an online voter registration system, to require the Secretary of State annually to review the Statewide Voter Registration Database to identify registrants who are not United States cititzens,....(opens in a new window)

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Effective 9/13/2016  
Sub SB 75 To amend sections 303.21, 519.21, and 5713.30 and to enact section 901.80 of the Revised Code to limit authority of a board of county commissioners or board of township trustees to prohibit agritourism…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 8/16/2016  
Am Sub SB 97 To amend sections 2152.17, 2901.08, 2923.14, 2929.13, 2929.14, 2929.20, 2929.201, 2941.141, 2941.144, 2941.145, 2941.146, and 2941.1412 and to enact sections 2923.132 and 2941.1424 of the Revised Code to increase by 50% the mandatory prison term for an offender who is convicted of a firearm specification and previously has been convicted of a firearm specification; to prohibit violent career criminals...(opens in a new window)

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Effective 9/14/2016  
Sub SB 110 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code regarding the authority of advanced practice registered nurses with prescriptive authority to delegate drug administration…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/15/2015  
SB 117 To enact section 5.2298 of the Revised Code to designate October as "Rett Syndrome Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 2/1/2016  
SB 121 To amend a section of the Revised Code to require pupils to be immunized against meningococcal disease at an age recommended by the Department of Health.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 10/15/2015  
Sub SB 123 To amend section 4511.45 and to enact section 4511.454 of the Revised Code to allow emergency personnel in pulci safety vehicles to report certain traffic law violations under certain circumstances.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Am SB 124 To enact section 5.256 of the Revised Code to designate May as "Asthma Awareness Month" and to designate May 5 as "Childhood Awareness Day."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 7/6/2016  
Sub SB 127 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to prohibit the performance of an abortion on a pregnant woman when the probable post-fertilization age of the unborn child is twenty weeks or greater.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/14/2017  
SB 128 To enact section 5.255 of the Revised Code to designate the thirtieth day of May as Bartter Syndrome Awareness Day.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/8/2016  
Sub SB 129 To amend sections 340.034,1739.05, and 5119.25, to enact sections 1751.72, 3923.041, and 5160.34 of the Revised Code, and to amend Sections 110.12 and 812.40 of Am. Sub. H.B. 64 of the 131st General Assembly, to amend Section 812.40 of Am. Sub. H.B. 483 of the 130th General Assembly to amend the law related to the prior authorization requirements of insurers and to delay the effective date of certain laws regarding community mental health and addiction services.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/13/2016, except as otherwise stated in law  
SB 133 To enact section 5.2298 of the Revised Code to designate June as "Scleroderma Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

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Effective 8/5/2016  
Am Sub SB 139 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to require a clerk of common pleas court to retain a copy of the original trial file when a death penalty is imposed…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Am Sub SB 159 To amend sections 4501.21, 4503.19, 4503.431, 4503.432, 4503.471, 4503.48, 4503.481, 4503.491, 4503.492, 4503.493, 4503.494, 4503.496, 4503.498, 4503.499,…………4503.95, and 4503.96, and to enact sections 4503.434, 4503.495, 4503.528, 4503.529,……..4563.50, and 5534.53 of the Revised Code to amend the law governing motor vehicle license plate county identification stickers, to create various license plates, to change the name of the Port Columbus International Airport to the John Glenn Columbus International Airport.......(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
SB 161 To amend section 2931.01 of the Revised Code to authorize probate judges to issue search warrants.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
SB 171 To enact new section 2319.09 and to repeal section 2319.09 of the Revised Code to enact the Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Sub SB 172 To amend sections 718.03, 718.05, 5709.17, and 5739.02 of the Revised Code to exempt from sales and use taxes the sale or use of investment metal bullion and coins, to expand eligibility for the fraternal organization property tax exemption to property of an organization....(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016, except as otherwise stated in law  
SB 181 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to prescribe the fiduciary duties of corporate and limited liability company officers, to specify that officers are not required for limited liability companies, to permit a written waiver or elimination of the fiduciary duties of limited liability company members, managers, or officers...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 7/6/2016  
Sub SB 182 To Amend Secton 5533.359….. of the Revised Code to designate various bridges and highways.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 8/5/2016  
Sub SB 190 To enact sections of the Revised Code to designate a memorial highway within the city of Sandusky and to designate memorial interchanges and a memorial pedestrian bridge in Erie County.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/23/2016  
SB 188 To enact section 5.256 of the Revised Code to designate the month of April as "Genocide Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
Am Sub SB 199 To amend and enact section of the Revised Code to specify that an active duty member of the U.S. Armed Forces: (1) does not need a concealed handgun license to carry a handgun concealed if the member is carrying valid military identification…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
Sub SB 204 To amend sections 2925.02, 2925.03, 2925.04, 2925.041, 2925.05, 2925.06, 2925.11, 2925.12, 2925.13, 2925.14, 2925.141, 2925.22, 2925.23, 2925.31, 2925.32 ,2925.33, 2925.36, 2925.37, 4510.021, 4510.17, and 4510.31 of the Revised Code to make the suspension of an offender's driver's license for a violation of specified drug offenses discretionary rather than mandatory, except in a specified circumstances;......(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/13/2016  
Am SB 207 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to designate and amend multiple memorial highways and to create multiple special license plates.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub SB 208 To amend sections of the Revised Code to modify the commercial activity tax exclusion for receipts from the sale of certain consumer products within an integrated supply chain, to make technical changes to the state income tax law, to provide that, for the 2015 taxable year, any taxable business income under $125,000 for married taxpayers filing separately for $250,000 for other taxpayers is subject to graduated tax rates similar to those applicable to nonbusiness income, while business income in excess of those amounts remains subject to the existing 3% flat tax, to modify the formula for calculating reimbursement payments to school districts for their loss of tangible personal property tax revenue, and to establish a formula for making supplemental foundation aid payments to school districts in fiscal year 2017.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 2/15/2016; except as otherwise provided by law  
Sub SB 213 To amend sections 2925.01, 4713.01, 4713.02, 4713.03, 4713.06, 4713.07, 4713.08, 4713.081, 4713.082, 4713.09, 4713.10, 4713.13, 4713.14, 4713.141, 4713.16, 4713.17, 4713.20, 4713.21, 4713.22, 4713.24, 4713.25, 4713.26, 4713.28, 4713.30, 4713.31, 4713.34, 4713.35, 4713.36, 4713.37, 4713.39 , 4713.41, 4713.42, 4713.44, 4713.45, 4713.48, 4713.55, 4713.56, 4713.57, 4713.58, 4713.59, 4713.60, 4713.61, 4713.62, 4713.63, 4713.64, 4713.641, and 4713.99, and to enact sections 4713.071, 4713.66, and 4713.69 of the Revised Code to make changes to the Cosmetology Licensing Law.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/13/2016  
Sub SB 215 To enact sections 959.133 and 2151.88 of the Revised Code to grant a person immunity from civil liability for any damage resulting from the forcible entry of a motor vehicle for the purpose of removing a minor or an animal...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/31/2016  
SB 220 To amend section of the Revised Code to authorize the Ohio Public Employees Deferred Compensation Board and local governments to establish designated Roth account features…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
Sub SB 223 To amend, enact, and repeal sections of the Revised Code to make changes to the health coverage benefit limits and coverage exclusions for life and health insurance guaranty associations, to amend the law relating to reinsurance contracts, to update prompt payment requirements, to make changes to the effective date of a provision relating to subrogation, and to declare an emergency.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Some provisions take effect immediately on December 22, 2015; and some provisions take effect on March 23, 2016.  
SB 225 To enact section 5.232 of the Revised Code to designate the first day of June as "Hypoparathyroidism Awarness Day."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/14/2017  
Am Sub SB 227 To amend, enact and repeal sections of the Revised Code to make various changes to the laws governing the duties and functions of the Attorney General and to modify judgement dormancy law.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
Sub SB 232 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to amend the law related to transfer on death designation deeds and affidavits…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/14/2017  
Sub SB 235 To amend sections of the Revised Code and to repeal Section 4 of Sub. H.B. 5 of the 130th General Assembly to authorize political subdivisions to exempt from property taxation the increased value of property on which industrial or commercial development is planned...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/28/2017  
Am SB 239 To enact section 5.46 of the Revised Code to designate the seventh day of August as "Ohio Purple Heart Day."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/5/2016  
Sub SB 242 To amend sections 4517.01, 4517.52, 4517.55, and 4517.59 and to enact section 4517.011 of the Revised Code to revise the law governing new motor vehicle franchise agreements.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
Am Sub SB 252 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to enact "Lindsay's Law" regarding the sudden cardiac arrest in youth athletic activities.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 3/14/2017  
Am Sub SB 257 To amend sections of the Revised Code to create a presumption of validity for recorded real property instruments, to reduce the time period for curing certain defects related to those instruments…(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2017  
Am Sub SB 260 To make capital reappropriations for the biennium ending June 30, 2018, and certain capital appropriations.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 5/23/2016  
Sub SB 264 To provide for a three-day sales tax "holiday" in August 2016 during which sales of clothing and school supplies are exempt from sales and use taxes.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/5/2016  
Am SB 273 To enact sections of the Revised Code to enact the Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Act.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017  
SB 291 To enact section 5.29 of the Revised Code to designate September as "Pain Awareness Month."(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
Sub SB 293 To amend sections 109.71, 109.751, 109.77, 121.04, 145.01, 145.332, 154.01, 154.22, 742.63, 903.01, 1501.11, 1501.012……,,, and 5735.30; to amend, for the purpose of adopting new section numbers as indicated in parentheses, sections 1541.02, (1546.06), 1541.031 (1546.07), ........ and 1541.99 (1546.99); to enact new section 1547.51 and sections 1501.24, 1501.25, .............1547.78, and 1547.87 of the Revise Code to revise specified laws relating to natural resources.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/14/2016  
SB 310 To amend sections 123.22, 151.01, 151.08, 151.10, 164.03, 164.05, 164.06, 164.08, 164.22, 3318.034, 3318.084, 5139.271, 5751.02, and 5751.20 of the Revised Code and to amend Sections 273.30 and 287.10 of Am. Sub. S.B. 260 of the 131st General Assembly…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 8/16/2016; except as otherwise provided by law  
SB 311 To amend sections and enact sections of the Revised Code to require the Ohio Department of Health to prepare an influenza vaccine information sheet pertaining to older adults.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017  
SB 315 To make supplemental appropriations related to transportation for the biennium beginning July 1, 2015, and ending June 30, 2017, and to declare an emergency.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 5/26/2016  
Sub SB 319 To amend, enact and repeal sections of the Revised Code to revise certain laws regarding the regulation of drugs, the practice of pharmacy, the procedures used by pharmacy benefit managers and the provision of addiction and mental health services.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 4/6/2017; Except as otherwise provided by law  
Sub SB 321 To amend sections of the Revised Code to create a procedure within the Court of Claims to hear complains alleging a denial of access to public records…(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 9/28/2016  
SB 331 To amend sections of the Revised Code to regulate the sale of dogs from pet stores and pet retailers, to require the Department of Agriculture to license pet stores, and to revise the civil penalties applicable to dog breeders and other specified entities;...(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

Effective 3/21/2017; except as otherwise provided by law  
Sub SB 332 To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to provide for the implementation of recommendations made by the Commission on Infant Mortality, to authorize pharmacists to administer by injections certain prescribed drugs and to make changes to the law permitting controlled desertion of a child not older than thirty days.(opens in a new window)

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Effective 4/6/2016  

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Joint Resolutions

No.DescriptionDate
HJR 1 Authorizing a joint session of the Ohio General Assembly to meet at the Roberts Centre in Wilmington, Ohio, for the purpose of receiving a message from the Governor and calling for a committee to wait upon the Governor in anticipation of his State of the State Address.(opens in a new window)

Legislation as enrolled

2/11/2015
HJR 4 Proposing to amend Section 1e of Article II of the Constitution of the State of Ohio to prohibit an intitated constitutional amendment that would grant a monopoly, oligopoly, or cartel, specify or determine a tax rate, or confer a commercial interest, right, or license to any person or nonpublic entity.(opens in a new window)

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6/30/2015

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