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Introduced

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Cosmetology: Sponsored by Representative Kristina Roegner (R – Hudson) and Representative Alicia Reece (D – Cincinnati), House Bill 532 would make changes to the Cosmetology Licensing Law.

Toll Bridge: Sponsored by Representative Ross McGregor (R – Springfield) and Representative Dale Mallory (D – Cincinnati), House Bill 533 would provide that a toll project may include the substantial reconstruction or replacement of an existing toll-free highway, bridge, or tunnel, to amend the law governing public-private agreements relative to transportation facilities, and to provide for the collection of user fees on toll projects by toll project operators.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Agritourism: Sponsored by Senator Shannon Jones (R – Springboro) and Senator Bob Peterson (R – Sabina), Senate Bill 334 would limit the authority of a board of county commissioners or board of township trustees to prohibit agritourism through zoning, to apply current agricultural use valuation to land used for agritourism for property tax purposes, to establish immunity in a civil action for agritourism providers, and to authorize the Director of Agriculture to adopt rules regarding amusement rides at agritourism locations.

Bridge Funding: Sponsored by Senator Bill Seitz (R – Cincinnati) and Senator Eric Kearney (D – Cincinnati), Senate Bill 335 would provide that a toll project may include the substantial reconstruction or replacement of an existing toll-free highway, bridge, or tunnel, to amend the law governing public-private agreements relative to transportation facilities, and to provide for the collection of user fees on toll projects by toll project operators.

Passed

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Senate

Hyperbaric Technologists: Sponsored by Representative Kristina Roegner (R – Hudson), House Bill 165 will exempt certified hyperbaric technologists from the laws governing the practice of respiratory care.

Renewable Energy: Sponsored by Senator Troy Balderson (R – Zanesville), Senate Bill 310 will make changes to the renewable energy, energy efficiency, and peak demand reduction requirements and to create a study committee.

IRS Activities: Sponsored by Representative Terry Johnson (R – McDermott), House Concurrent Resolution 27 will urge the Internal Revenue Service to correct its policy of targeting tax-exempt status applications for additional review based on the applicant organizations presumed political affiliation.

 House

Children Services: Sponsored by Representative Anne Gonzales (R – Westerville), House Bill 452 will require children's residential facilities to provide specified information to local law enforcement agencies, emergency management agencies, and fire departments and to require the Department of Job and Family Services to implement a Child Placement Level of Care Tool Pilot Program.

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