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HB 15 - Rep. Jack Cera (DEM-OH)
Address distribution of kilowatt hour tax
02/08/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Ways and Means
To amend sections 1513.37, 1561.24, and 5727.81 of the Revised Code to credit a portion of the revenue derived from the kilowatt-hour tax to the Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund, the Acid Mine Drainage Abatement and Treatment Fund, and the Mine Safety Fund and to make other changes to the use of money in those funds.
HB 160 - Rep. Nickie Antonio (DEM-OH)
Expand civil rights and related procedures
05/01/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Government Accountability and Oversight
To amend sections 9.03, 124.93, 125.111, 153.59, 153.591, 340.12, 511.03, 717.01, 1501.012, 1751.18, 2927.03, 3113.36, 3301.53, 3304.15, 3304.50, 3314.06, 3332.09, 3721.13, 3905.55, 4111.17, 4112.01, 4112.02, 4112.021, 4112.04, 4112.05, 4112.08, 4117.19, 4735.16, 4735.55, 4757.07, 4758.16, 4765.18, 5104.09, 5107.26, 5123.351, 5126.07, 5165.08, 5515.08, and 5709.832 of the Revised Code to enact the Ohio Fairness Act to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, to add mediation to the list of informal methods by which the Ohio Civil Rights Commission may use to induce compliance with Ohio's Civil Rights Law before instituting a formal hearing, and to uphold existing religious exemptions under Ohio's Civil Rights Law.
HB 178 - Rep. Anthony DeVitis (REP-OH)
Address zero-emissions nuclear resource program
05/01/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Public Utilities
To amend section 4928.02 and to enact sections 4928.75, 4928.751, 4928.752, 4928.753, 4928.754, 4928.755, 4928.756, 4928.757, 4928.7511, 4928.7513, 4928.7514, 4928.7515, 4928.7520, 4928.7521, 4928.7522, 4928.7523, 4928.7524, 4928.7525, 4928.7526, 4928.7527, 4928.7530, 4928.7532, 4928.7533, 4928.7534, and 4928.7540 of the Revised Code regarding the zero-emissions nuclear resource program.
HB 191 - Rep. Anne Gonzales (REP-OH)
Regards practice of registered nurse anesthetists
05/01/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Health
To amend sections 4723.01, 4723.43, 4723.432, 4723.44, 4729.01, 4731.27, 4731.35, and 4761.17 of the Revised Code regarding the practice of certified registered nurse anesthetists.
HB 197 - Rep. Thomas Patton (REP-OH)
Reimburse insurance for EMT services in nonemergencies
05/09/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Insurance
To enact sections 4765.362, 4765.363, and 5164.11 of the Revised Code to provide for insurance reimbursement for EMT services in nonemergency situations.
HB 26 - Rep. Robert McColley (REP-OH)
Creates FY 2018-2019 transportation budget
03/31/2017 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR, Some provisions line-item vetoed, eff. 6/30/2017
... Revised Code; and to repeal section 5501.491 of the Revised Code on July 1, 2019; and to amend Sections 512.20 and 751.40 of Am. Sub. H.B. 64 of the 131st General Assembly, Section 305.30 of Am. Sub. H.B. 64 of the 131st General Assembly, as subsequently amended, Section 253.300 of Am. Sub. S.B. 260 of the 131st General Assembly, Sections 207.200, 207.320, and 245.20 of S.B. 310 of the 131st General Assembly, and to amend Sections 207.80, 207.100, 223.10, and 239.10 of S.B. 310 of the 131st General Assembly, as subsequently amended, and to repeal Section 755.30 of this act one year after the effective date of that section to make appropriations for programs related to transportation and public safety for the biennium beginning July 1, 2017, and ending June 30, 2019, and to provide ...
HB 269 - Rep. Michael Henne (REP-OH)
Rename workers' comp entities and revise benefits
06/20/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Insurance
To amend sections 9.239, 9.315, 101.532, 102.02, 102.06, 103.143, 109.579, 109.84, 109.981, 119.01, 119.12, 121.03, 121.52, 123.01, 124.11, 124.14, 125.18, 125.30, 126.30, 126.45, 133.03, 149.01, 151.01, 152.091, 152.16, 152.17, 152.242, 152.26, 152.27, 153.02, 153.03, 154.13, 164.09, 165.08, 166.08, 175.10, 191.02, 306.09, 306.85, 307.02, 351.11, 353.16, 715.011, 742.38, 902.10, 1545.27, 1555.08, 1557.03, 1561.04, 1561.24, 1701.86, 1707.01, 1707.164, 1707.165, 1707.17, 1707.19, 1707.22, 1707.23, 1707.25, 1707.261, 1707.431, 1707.44, 1707.46, 1729.55, 2111.03, 2305.24, 2305.25, 2305.252, 2705.05, 2743.521, 2913.48, 3121.01, 3121.0311, 3121.899, 3313.643, 3318.26, 3335.61, 3345.12, 3355.10, 3366.04, 3377.11, 3517.13, 3701.27, 3701.741, 3706.14, 3737.947, 3781.10, 3781.16, 3783.02, 3796.28, ...
HB 27 - Rep. Thomas Brinkman (REP-OH)
Creates FY 2018-2019 Workers' Compensation budget
06/30/2017 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR, Eff. 6/30/2017
To amend sections 742.38, 4113.21, 4121.125, 4121.44, 4123.29, 4123.343, 4123.512, 4123.53, 4123.54, 4123.56, 4123.57, 4123.66, 4123.68, 4123.71, 4123.84, 4125.05, 4125.051, 4125.07, 4167.01, 4167.02, and 4167.10 and to repeal sections 4123.72 and 4167.19 of the Revised Code to make changes to the Workers' Compensation Law, to prohibit a public employer from requiring an employee to pay for a medical examination as a condition of continued employment, to make appropriations for the Bureau of Workers' Compensation for the biennium beginning July 1, 2017, and ending June 30, 2019, and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of the Bureau's programs.
HB 326 - Rep. William Seitz (REP-OH)
Authorize psychologists to prescribe psychotropics
09/12/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Health
To amend sections 2925.02, 2925.03, 2925.11, 2925.12, 2925.14, 2925.23, 2925.36, 3701.048, 3715.872, 3719.06, 3719.12, 3719.121, 3719.81, 3795.01, 4723.01, 4729.01, 4729.51, 4731.054, 4732.01, 4732.17, 4732.20, and 5123.47 and to enact sections 4732.40, 4732.41, 4732.411, 4732.42, 4732.43, 4732.44, 4732.45, 4732.46, and 4732.47 of the Revised Code to authorize certain psychologists to prescribe psychotropic and other drugs for the treatment of drug addiction and mental illness.
HB 35 - Representative Hughes
Enact a new Banking Act
02/08/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Financial Institutions, Housing and Urban Development
To amend sections 102.02, 109.572, 111.15, 119.01, 121.07, 131.11, 135.03, 135.032, 135.182, 135.32, 135.321, 135.51, 135.52, 135.53, 323.134, 339.06, 513.17, 749.081, 755.141, 902.01, 924.10, 924.26, 924.45, 1101.01, 1101.02, 1101.03, 1101.15, 1101.16, 1103.01, 1103.02, 1103.03, 1103.06, 1103.07, 1103.08, 1103.09, 1103.11, 1103.13, 1103.14, 1103.15, 1103.16, 1103.18, 1103.19, 1103.20, 1103.21, 1105.01, 1105.02, 1105.03, 1105.04, 1105.08, 1105.10, 1105.11, 1107.03, 1107.05, 1107.07, 1107.09, 1107.11, 1107.13, 1107.15, 1109.01, 1109.02, 1109.03, 1109.05, 1109.08, 1109.10, 1109.15, 1109.16, 1109.17, 1109.22, 1109.23, 1109.24, 1109.25, 1109.26, 1109.31, 1109.32, 1109.33, 1109.34, 1109.35, 1109.36, 1109.39, 1109.40, 1109.43, 1109.44, 1109.45, 1109.47, 1109.48, 1109.49, 1109.53, 1109.54, ...
HB 381 - Rep. Anthony DeVitis (REP-OH)
Address zero-emissions nuclear resource program
10/11/2017 - H Introduced
To amend section 4928.02 and to enact sections 4928.75, 4928.751, 4928.752, 4928.753, 4928.754, 4928.755, 4928.756, 4928.757, 4928.7511, 4928.7513, 4928.7514, 4928.7515, 4928.7520, 4928.7521, 4928.7522, 4928.7523, 4928.7524, 4928.7525, 4928.7526, 4928.7527, 4928.7532, 4928.7533, and 4928.7540 of the Revised Code regarding the zero-emissions nuclear resource program.
HB 49 - Representative Smith, R.
Creates FY 2018-2019 operating budget
08/22/2017 - S Consideration of Governor's Veto, Veto Items 25, 30, 33, 36, and 37 Left Pending by Senate
... Revised Code; to amend the version of section 5735.07 of the Revised Code that is scheduled to take effect January 1, 2018; to amend sections 102.02, 109.572, 111.15, 119.01, 121.07, 131.11, 135.03, 135.032, 135.182, 135.32, 135.321, 135.51, 135.52, 135.53, 323.134, 339.06, 513.17, 749.081, 755.141, 902.01, 924.10, 924.26, 924.45, 1101.01, 1101.02, 1101.03, 1101.15, 1101.16, 1103.01, 1103.02, 1103.03, 1103.06, 1103.07, 1103.08, 1103.09, 1103.11, 1103.13, 1103.14, 1103.15, 1103.16, 1103.18, 1103.19, 1103.20, 1103.21, 1105.01, 1105.02, 1105.03, 1105.04, 1105.08, 1105.10, 1105.11, 1107.03, 1107.05, 1107.07, 1107.09, 1107.11, 1107.13, 1107.15, 1109.01, 1109.02, 1109.03, 1109.05, 1109.08, 1109.10, 1109.15, 1109.16, 1109.17, 1109.22, 1109.23, 1109.24, 1109.25, 1109.26, 1109.31, 1109.32, 1109.33, ...
HB 7 - Rep. Robert Cupp (REP-OH)
Address medical claims and provider immunities
06/20/2017 - SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, House Civil Justice, (Fourth Hearing)
To amend sections 2305.113, 2305.252, 2305.51, 2317.421, 2317.43, and 2323.41 and to enact sections 2305.2311, 2317.44, 2317.45, 2323.40, and 2323.451 of the Revised Code to grant qualified civil immunity to certain medical providers who provide emergency medical services as a result of a disaster; to provide that certain communications made regarding an unanticipated outcome of medical care, the development or implementation of standards under federal laws, and an insurer's reimbursement policies on health care are inadmissible as evidence in a medical claim; to provide that medical bills itemizing charges are inadmissible as evidence and an amount accepted as full payment for medical services is admissible as evidence of the reasonableness of the charges; to specify the manner of sending ...
HB 77 - Rep. Wes Retherford (REP-OH)
License sick-child care centers
05/09/2017 - SUBSTITUTE BILL ACCEPTED, House Economic Development, Commerce and Labor, (First Hearing)
To amend sections 5104.01, 5104.015, and 5104.99 and to enact sections 5104.0113, 5104.15, 5104.16, and 5104.17 of the Revised Code to provide for the licensure of sick-child care centers.
HB 99 - Rep. Jack Cera (DEM-OH)
Modify workers' comp benefits for occupational pneumoconiosis
03/07/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Insurance
To amend sections 109.84, 126.30, 145.2915, 2307.84, 2307.91, 2307.97, 2317.02, 2913.48, 3121.899, 3701.741, 3963.10, 4115.03, 4121.03, 4121.12, 4121.121, 4121.125, 4121.127, 4121.129, 4121.13, 4121.30, 4121.31, 4121.32, 4121.34, 4121.36, 4121.41, 4121.44, 4121.441, 4121.442, 4121.444, 4121.45, 4121.50, 4121.61, 4123.025, 4123.05, 4123.15, 4123.26, 4123.27, 4123.291, 4123.30, 4123.311, 4123.32, 4123.324, 4123.34, 4123.341, 4123.342, 4123.343, 4123.35, 4123.351, 4123.353, 4123.402, 4123.441, 4123.442, 4123.444, 4123.46, 4123.47, 4123.51, 4123.511, 4123.512, 4123.522, 4123.53, 4123.54, 4123.542, 4123.57, 4123.571, 4123.65, 4123.651, 4123.66, 4123.67, 4123.68, 4123.69, 4123.74, 4123.741, 4123.85, 4123.89, 4123.93, 4123.931, 4125.03, 4125.04, 4131.01, 4729.80, 5145.163, and 5503.08 and to ...
HCR 4 - Rep. Ronald Young (REP-OH)
Reduce burden of e-check and explore alternatives to it
02/21/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Federalism and Interstate Relations
To urge Congress to amend the Federal Clean Air Act to eliminate the requirement to implement the E-Check Program, to urge the Administrator of USEPA to alleviate burdensome requirements of the E-Check Program and the Clean Air Act if Congress fails to act, and to encourage OEPA to explore alternatives to E-Check.
HCR 5 - Rep. Emilia Sykes (DEM-OH)
Urge Congress to continue Affordable Care Act
02/28/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Insurance
To urge the Congress of the United States, and in particular the Ohio Congressional delegation, to support the preservation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.
HCR 6 - Rep. Wesley Goodman (REP-OH)
Urge repeal and replacement of Affordable Care Act
03/07/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Government Accountability and Oversight
To urge Congress to continue its efforts to fully repeal the Affordable Care Act and to recommend that future federal health care policies restore power to the states, fund the Medicaid program through block grants to individual states, and permit the sale of health insurance across state lines.
HR 85 - Rep. Ronald Young (REP-OH)
Not Titled
05/24/2017 - H ADOPTED BY HOUSE, Vote 72-25
To respectfully urge Congress and President Donald Trump to amend the Federal Clean Air Act to eliminate the requirement to implement the E-Check Program and direct the Administrator of USEPA to begin new rule-making procedures under the Administrative Procedures Act to repeal and replace the 2015 National Ambient Air Quality Standards; to respectfully urge Congress and President Donald Trump to pass legislation to achieve improvements in air quality more efficiently while allowing companies to innovate and help the economy grow; to urge the Administrator of USEPA to alleviate burdensome requirements of the E-Check Program and the Clean Air Act if Congress and the President fail to act; and to encourage OEPA to explore alternatives to E-Check in Ohio.
SB 100 - Sen. Michael Skindell (DEM-OH)
Expand civil rights and related procedures
03/15/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Government Oversight and Reform
To amend sections 9.03, 124.93, 125.111, 153.59, 153.591, 340.12, 511.03, 717.01, 1501.012, 1751.18, 2927.03, 3113.36, 3301.53, 3304.15, 3304.50, 3314.06, 3332.09, 3721.13, 3905.55, 4111.17, 4112.01, 4112.02, 4112.021, 4112.024, 4112.04, 4112.05, 4112.08, 4117.19, 4735.16, 4735.55, 4757.07, 4758.16, 4765.18, 5104.09, 5107.26, 5123.351, 5126.07, 5165.08, 5515.08, and 5709.832 of the Revised Code to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, to add mediation to the list of informal methods by which the Ohio Civil Rights Commission must attempt to induce compliance with Ohio's Civil Rights Law before instituting a formal hearing, and to eliminate certain religious exemptions from the Ohio Civil Rights Law.
SB 128 - Sen. John Eklund (REP-OH)
Address zero-emissions nuclear resource program
04/26/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Public Utilities
To amend section 4928.02 and to enact sections 4928.75, 4928.751, 4928.752, 4928.753, 4928.754, 4928.755, 4928.756, 4928.757, 4928.7511, 4928.7513, 4928.7514, 4928.7515, 4928.7520, 4928.7521, 4928.7522, 4928.7523, 4928.7524, 4928.7525, 4928.7526, 4928.7527, 4928.7530, 4928.7532, 4928.7533, 4928.7534, and 4928.7540 of the Revised Code regarding the zero-emissions nuclear resource program.
SB 169 - Sen. Steve Wilson (REP-OH)
Oversee sale of travel insurance
06/28/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions
To amend sections 3905.01, 3905.06, and 3905.40 and to enact section 3905.064 of the Revised Code to oversee the sale of travel insurance.
SB 177 - Sen. Peggy Lehner (REP-OH)
Expand volunteer health care civil immunity
09/07/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Judiciary
To amend sections 2305.234, 3701.071, and 5119.44, to enact section 3701.074, and to repeal section 2305.2341 of the Revised Code to expand the circumstances in which qualified immunity from civil liability applies with respect to volunteer health care services provided to indigent and uninsured persons.
SB 2 - Sen. Cliff Hite (REP-OH)
Revise environmental protection laws
07/07/2017 - SIGNED BY GOVERNOR, eff. 90 days
To amend sections 1506.21, 1506.23, 3714.01, 3714.02, 3714.051, 3714.06, 3714.062, 3714.082, 3734.061, 3734.19, 3734.20, 3734.21, 3734.22, 3734.23, 3734.30, 5301.80, 6109.02, 6109.08, 6109.24, 6111.03, 6111.04, 6111.07, and 6111.30 and to enact sections 3714.022, 6109.25, 6111.052, 6111.33, and 6111.34 of the Revised Code to revise specified laws relating to environmental protection.
SB 215 - Sen. Michael Skindell (DEM-OH)
Create Ohio Pharmaceutical Assistance Program
10/05/2017 - S Introduced
To enact sections 3962.01, 3962.02, 3962.03, 3962.04, 3962.05, 3962.06, 3962.07, 3962.08, 3962.09, 3962.10, 3962.11, 3962.12, 3962.13, 3962.14, 3962.15, 3962.16, 3962.17, and 3962.18 of the Revised Code to create the Ohio Pharmaceutical Assistance Program in the Department of Insurance to provide assistance with the cost of prescription drugs for certain seniors, the disabled, veterans, and certain persons who are covered under a Bronze Health Plan sold in the Health Insurance Marketplace established by federal law.
SB 29 - Sen. Bill Coley (REP-OH)
Enact new banking law
03/21/2017 - H Referred to Committee House Financial Institutions, Housing and Urban Development
To amend sections 102.02, 109.572, 111.15, 119.01, 121.07, 131.11, 135.03, 135.032, 135.182, 135.32, 135.321, 135.51, 135.52, 135.53, 323.134, 339.06, 513.17, 749.081, 755.141, 902.01, 924.10, 924.26, 924.45, 1101.01, 1101.02, 1101.03, 1101.15, 1101.16, 1103.01, 1103.02, 1103.03, 1103.06, 1103.07, 1103.08, 1103.09, 1103.11, 1103.13, 1103.14, 1103.15, 1103.16, 1103.18, 1103.19, 1103.20, 1103.21, 1105.01, 1105.02, 1105.03, 1105.04, 1105.08, 1105.10, 1105.11, 1107.03, 1107.05, 1107.07, 1107.09, 1107.11, 1107.13, 1107.15, 1109.01, 1109.02, 1109.03, 1109.05, 1109.08, 1109.10, 1109.15, 1109.16, 1109.17, 1109.22, 1109.23, 1109.24, 1109.25, 1109.26, 1109.31, 1109.32, 1109.33, 1109.34, 1109.35, 1109.36, 1109.39, 1109.40, 1109.43, 1109.44, 1109.45, 1109.47, 1109.48, 1109.49, 1109.53, 1109.54, ...
SB 50 - Sen. Michael Skindell (DEM-OH)
Prohibit deep well injection of brine and conversion of wells
02/15/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Energy and Natural Resources
To amend sections 1509.01, 1509.02, 1509.03, 1509.05, 1509.06, 1509.08, 1509.21, 1509.22, 1509.222, 1509.223, 1509.224, and 1509.99, to enact section 1509.051, and to repeal section 1509.226 of the Revised Code to to prohibit land application and deep well injection of brine, to prohibit the conversion of wells, and to eliminate the injection fee that is levied under the Oil and Gas Law.
SB 91 - Sen. Michael Skindell (DEM-OH)
Provide universal health care coverage to Ohioans
03/15/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Insurance and Financial Institutions
To amend section 109.02 and to enact sections 3920.01, 3920.02, 3920.03, 3920.04, 3920.05, 3920.06, 3920.07, 3920.08, 3920.09, 3920.10, 3920.11, 3920.12, 3920.13, 3920.14, 3920.15, 3920.21, 3920.22, 3920.23, 3920.24, 3920.25, 3920.26, 3920.27, 3920.28, 3920.31, 3920.32, and 3920.33 of the Revised Code to establish and operate the Ohio Health Care Plan to provide universal health care coverage to all Ohio residents.
SB 94 - Sen. Edna Brown (DEM-OH)
Abolish the death penalty
03/15/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Judiciary
To amend sections 9.07, 120.03, 120.06, 120.14, 120.16, 120.18, 120.24, 120.26, 120.28, 120.33, 120.34, 149.43, 1901.183, 2152.13, 2152.67, 2301.20, 2307.60, 2317.02, 2701.07, 2743.51, 2901.02, 2909.24, 2929.02, 2929.13, 2929.14, 2929.20, 2929.61, 2930.03, 2930.06, 2930.16, 2930.19, 2937.222, 2941.021, 2941.14, 2941.148, 2941.401, 2941.43, 2941.51, 2945.06, 2945.10, 2945.13, 2945.21, 2945.25, 2945.33, 2945.38, 2949.02, 2949.03, 2953.02, 2953.07, 2953.08, 2953.09, 2953.10, 2953.21, 2953.23, 2953.71, 2953.72, 2953.73, 2953.81, 2967.03, 2967.05, 2967.12, 2967.13, 2967.19, 2967.193, 2967.26, 2967.28, 2971.03, 2971.07, 5120.113, 5120.53, 5120.61, 5139.04, 5149.101, and 5919.16 and to repeal sections 109.97, 120.35, 2725.19, 2929.021, 2929.022, 2929.023, 2929.024, 2929.03, 2929.04, 2929.05, ...
SB 98 - Sen. Peggy Lehner (REP-OH)
Establish licensing of dental therapists
03/15/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Health, Human Services and Medicaid
To amend sections 1751.01, 2305.234, 2925.01, 3701.245, 3701.74, 3709.161, 3715.872, 3721.21, 4715.01, 4715.02, 4715.03, 4715.05, 4715.22, 4715.23, 4715.231, 4715.25, 4715.30, 4715.301, 4715.33, 4715.39, 4715.42, 4715.421, 4715.52, 4715.56, 4715.61, 4715.64, 4715.66, 4715.99, 4769.01, and 4773.02, to enact sections 4715.221, 4715.232, 4715.70, 4715.71, 4715.72, 4715.73, 4715.74, 4715.75, 4715.751, 4715.752, 4715.76, 4715.761, 4715.77, 4715.78, 4715.79, and 4715.80, and to repeal sections 4715.36, 4715.361, 4715.362, 4715.363, 4715.364, 4715.365, 4715.366, 4715.367, 4715.368, 4715.369, 4715.37, 4715.371, 4715.372, 4715.373, 4715.374, and 4715.375 of the Revised Code to establish licensing requirements for dental therapists.
SCR 5 - Sen. Kris Jordan (REP-OH)
Encourage full repeal and replacement of Affordable Care Act
04/26/2017 - S Referred to Committee Senate Health, Human Services and Medicaid
To urge Congress to continue its efforts to fully repeal the Affordable Care Act and to recommend that future federal health care policies pursue free market solutions, restore power to patients, health care providers, and the states, fund the Medicaid program through block grants to individual states, and permit the sale of health insurance across state lines.
 
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