OH HB262 | 2011-2012 | 129th General Assembly

Status

Completed Legislative Action
Status: Passed on June 27 2012 - 100% progress
Action: 2012-06-27 - Effective Date
Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [HTML]

Summary

To amend sections 109.73, 2151.358, 2152.021, 2743.60, 2905.32, 2907.07, 2907.23, 2921.32, 2923.31, 2929.13, 2950.01, 2953.321, 2953.35, 2981.12, and 5502.63 and to enact sections 109.66, 109.745, 109.746, 2307.51, 2953.38, 4743.07, and 5101.87 of the Revised Code to require the Attorney General annually to publish statistical data on human trafficking cases in Ohio, to provide for peace officer training and public awareness programs relative to human trafficking, to authorize a juvenile court to hold a delinquent child complaint in abeyance pending the child's completion of diversion actions if the alleged delinquent child is charged with prostitution-related conduct or is a victim of trafficking in persons, to ensure that minor victims of trafficking in persons are not prohibited from receiving awards from the Victims of Crime Fund, to increase the penalties for trafficking in persons and obstruction of justice, to prohibit a person from soliciting another to engage in sexual conduct with the offender when the other person is sixteen or seventeen years of age and a victim of trafficking in persons, to increase the penalty for procuring in certain circumstances, to require offenders convicted of promoting prostitution or of trafficking in persons under certain circumstances to register as sex offenders, to authorize a person convicted of or adjudicated a delinquent child for committing a prostitution-related offense or act to apply for expungement of the record of conviction or adjudication if the person's participation in the offense or act was a result of being a victim of human trafficking, to recommend that agencies that grant licenses for trades or professions require training related to human trafficking, to require the Division of Criminal Justice Services to create and make available a poster that provides information regarding the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, to create the Victims of Human Trafficking Fund, and to declare an emergency.

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Title

To require the Attorney General annually to publish statistical data on human trafficking cases in Ohio, to provide for peace officer training and public awareness programs relative to human trafficking, to authorize a juvenile court to hold a delinquent child complaint in abeyance pending the child's completion of diversion actions if the alleged delinquent child is charged with prostitution-related conduct or is a victim of trafficking in persons, to ensure that minor victims of trafficking in persons are not prohibited from receiving awards from the Victims of Crime Fund, to increase the penalties for trafficking in persons and obstruction of justice, to prohibit a person from soliciting another to engage in sexual conduct with the offender when the other person is sixteen or seventeen years of age and a victim of trafficking in persons, to increase the penalty for procuring in certain circumstances, to require offenders convicted of promoting prostitution or of trafficking in persons under certain circumstances to register as sex offenders, to authorize a person convicted of or adjudicated a delinquent child for committing a prostitution-related offense or act to apply for expungement of the record of conviction or adjudication if the person's participation in the offense or act was a result of being a victim of human trafficking, to recommend that agencies that grant licenses for trades or professions require training related to human trafficking, to require the Division of Criminal Justice Services to create and make available a poster that provides information regarding the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline, to create the Victims of Human Trafficking Fund, and to declare an emergency.

Sponsors

Rep Richard AdamsSen Michael J. SkindellRep Mike AshfordRep Teresa Fedor
Rep Terry JohnsonRep Sean O'BrienRep Bill PatmonRep Cliff Rosenberger
Rep Kirk SchuringRep Ron YoungRep Sandra WilliamsRep Rex Damschroder
Rep Nickie AntonioRep John Barnes, Jr.Sen Edna BrownSen Charleta B. Tavares
Rep Alicia ReeceRep Andrew BrennerRep Mike DovillaRep Mike Duffey
Rep Bill HayesRep Michael HenneRep Casey KozlowskiRep Craig Newbold
Rep Kristina RoegnerRep Michael StinzianoRep Andy ThompsonSen Kevin Bacon
Sen Bill BeagleRep Jim BuchyRep James ButlerRep Kathleen Clyde
Sen Dave BurkeRep Dorothy PelandaRep Brian HillRep Louis Terhar
Sen Lou GentileRep Jack CeraRep Tony DeVitisRep Nicholas J. Celebrezze
Sen Bob PetersonRep Matt LynchRep Ryan SmithRep Marilyn Slaby
Rep Gary SchererSen Troy BaldersonRep Margaret CondittRep Lou Gentile
Rep Al LandisRep Zack MilkovichRep Dan RamosSen Kris Jordan
Sen Frank LaRoseSen Peggy LehnerSen Gayle ManningSen Scott Oelslager
Sen Larry ObhofRep Robert SpragueSen Cliff HiteRep Christina Hagan
Rep Kevin BoyceRep William G. BatchelderRep Tom LetsonRep Clayton R. Luckie
Rep Matt LundyRep Dale MalloryRep Mark D. OkeyRep Barbara R. Sears
Rep Stephen SlesnickRep Gerald L. StebeltonRep Vernon SykesRep Matt Szollosi
Rep Joe UeckerRep Kenny YukoSen Capri S. CafaroRep Matt Huffman
Rep Jay HottingerRep Barbara BoydRep Danny R. BubpRep Armond Budish
Rep Ted CelesteRep Courtney Eric CombsRep Steven L. DriehausRep Lorraine M. Fende
Rep Mike FoleyRep Randy GardnerRep Ronald V. GerberryRep Bruce W. Goodwin
Rep Jay P. GoyalRep Robert F. HaganSen Eric H. KearneySen Tom Niehaus
Sen Tom SawyerRep Cheryl GrossmanRep Robert HackettRep Dave Hall
Rep Ron MaagRep Jarrod MartinRep Jeffrey McClainRep Debbie Phillips
Rep Margaret RuhlRep Peter StautbergSen Shannon JonesSen Chris Widener
Sen Jim HughesSen Tom PattonRep Nancy GarlandRep Timothy Derickson
Sen Nina TurnerSen Mark WagonerRep Tracey HeardRep Roland Winburn
Rep Connie PillichRep Dennis MurraySen Joe SchiavoniRep Ron Amstutz
Rep Nan BakerRep Peter BeckRep Terry BlairRep Terry Boose
Rep John Patrick CarneyRep Ross McGregor

Roll Calls

2012-06-13 - House - Senate Amendments (Y: 88 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2012-06-12 - Senate - Third Consideration (Y: 32 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2012-06-12 - Senate - Third Consideration - Emergency Clause (Y: 32 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2012-06-12 - Senate - Motion to Table Amendment (Y: 23 N: 9 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2012-05-22 - House - Third Consideration (Y: 98 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2012-05-22 - House - Third Consideration - Emergency Clause (Y: 95 N: 3 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]

History

DateChamberAction
2012-06-27 Effective Date
2012-06-27 Governor' Action
2012-07-02 End of 10-day period
2012-06-20 Sent to Governor
2012-06-13 Concurrence
2012-06-12 Passed 3rd Consideration Senate
2012-06-12 Committee Report - S
2012-05-22 To Judiciary
2012-05-22 Introduced to Senate
2012-05-22 Passed 3rd Consideration House
2012-05-16 Committee Report - S
2011-06-14 To Judiciary & Ethics
2011-06-14 Introduced to House

Subjects


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ChapterArticleSectionCitation TypeStatute Text
1Amended CodeCitation Text
109Amended CodeCitation Text
10966New CodeSee Bill Text
10973Amended CodeCitation Text
109745New CodeSee Bill Text
109746New CodeSee Bill Text
21Amended CodeCitation Text
2151Amended CodeCitation Text
2151358Amended CodeCitation Text
2152Amended CodeCitation Text
2152021Amended CodeCitation Text
23New CodeSee Bill Text
2307New CodeSee Bill Text
230751New CodeSee Bill Text
27Amended CodeCitation Text
2743Amended CodeCitation Text
274360Amended CodeCitation Text
29Amended CodeCitation Text
2905Amended CodeCitation Text
290532Amended CodeCitation Text
2907Amended CodeCitation Text
290704Amended CodeCitation Text
290707Amended CodeCitation Text
290723Amended CodeCitation Text
290724Amended CodeCitation Text
2921Amended CodeCitation Text
292132Amended CodeCitation Text
2923Amended CodeCitation Text
292331Amended CodeCitation Text
2929Amended CodeCitation Text
292913Amended CodeCitation Text
2930New CodeSee Bill Text
293021New CodeSee Bill Text
2950Amended CodeCitation Text
295001Amended CodeCitation Text
2953New CodeSee Bill Text
2953321Amended CodeCitation Text
295335Amended CodeCitation Text
295338New CodeSee Bill Text
2981Amended CodeCitation Text
298112Amended CodeCitation Text
41New CodeSee Bill Text
4113New CodeSee Bill Text
411372New CodeSee Bill Text
47New CodeSee Bill Text
4743New CodeSee Bill Text
474307New CodeSee Bill Text
51New CodeSee Bill Text
5101New CodeSee Bill Text
510187New CodeSee Bill Text
55New CodeSee Bill Text
5502Amended CodeCitation Text
550263Amended CodeCitation Text
5515New CodeSee Bill Text
5515071New CodeSee Bill Text

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