OH HB93 | 2011-2012 | 129th General Assembly

Status

Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Slight Partisan Bill (Republican 74-43)
Status: Passed on May 20 2011 - 100% progression
Action: 2011-05-20 - Effective Date
Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [HTML]

Summary

To amend sections 109.57, 325.19, 3719.08, 4715.30, 4723.28, 4729.01, 4729.071, 4729.29, 4729.51, 4729.54, 4729.541, 4729.55, 4729.75, 4729.77, 4729.78, 4729.79, 4729.80, 4729.81, 4729.82, 4729.83, 4729.99, 4731.052, 4731.22, 4731.283, 4776.02, 4776.04, and 5111.172; to amend, for the purpose of adopting new section numbers as indicated in parentheses, sections 4729.79 (4729.80), 4729.80 (4729.81), 4729.81 (4729.82), 4729.82 (4729.83), 4729.83 (4729.84), and 4729.84 (4729.85); and to enact new section 4729.79 and sections 109.90, 313.212, 3719.031, 3793.22, 4121.50, 4715.302, 4723.064, 4723.487, 4725.092, 4729.162, 4729.291, 4729.552, 4729.571, 4729.69, 4729.86, 4730.53, 4731.054, 4731.055, 4731.241, 4731.391, 5111.085, 5111.179, and 5111.1710 of the Revised Code to establish and modify laws regarding the prevention of prescription drug abuse, to provide that certain county employees when separating from county service as a result of a transfer of the assets of a county hospital are not entitled to unused vacation leave from the county when the employee accepts employment with the acquiring entity and the entity assumes the unused vacation leave accrued to the employee's credit, and to declare an emergency.

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Title

To establish and modify laws regarding the prevention of prescription drug abuse, to provide that certain county employees when separating from county service as a result of a transfer of the assets of a county hospital are not entitled to unused vacation leave from the county when the employee accepts employment with the acquiring entity and the entity assumes the unused vacation leave accrued to the employee's credit, and to declare an emergency.

Sponsors

Sen Joe Schiavoni [D]Rep Debbie Phillips [D]Rep Margaret Ruhl [R]Rep Peter Stautberg [R]
Sen Karen Gillmor [R]Rep Richard Adams [R]Rep Alicia Reece [D]Rep Andrew Brenner [R]
Rep Mike Dovilla [R]Rep Mike Duffey [R]Rep Anne Gonzales [R]Rep Bill Hayes [R]
Rep Michael Henne [R]Rep Jeffrey McClain [R]Rep Jarrod Martin [R]Sen Peggy Lehner [R]
Rep Nan Baker [R]Sen Troy Balderson [R]Rep Peter Beck [R]Rep Terry Blair [R]
Rep Terry Boose [R]Sen Dave Burke [R]Rep John Carney [D]Rep Timothy Derickson [R]
Rep Nancy Garland [D]Rep Cheryl Grossman [R]Rep Robert Hackett [R]Rep David Hall [R]
Rep Casey Kozlowski [R]Rep Todd McKenney [R]Rep Nickie Antonio [D]Rep John Barnes [D]
Rep Jim Buchy [R]Rep James Butler [R]Rep Kathleen Clyde [D]Rep Al Landis [R]
Rep Zack Milkovich [D]Rep Dan Ramos [D]Sen Gayle Manning [R]Sen Larry Obhof [R]
Rep Robert Sprague [R]Rep Christina Hagan [R]Rep Marlene Anielski [R]Rep Rex Damschroder [R]
Rep Ron Young [R]Rep Craig Newbold [R]Rep Kristina Roegner [R]Rep Lynn Slaby [R]
Rep Michael Stinziano [D]Rep Andy Thompson [R]Sen Bill Beagle [R]Sen Charleta Tavares [D]
Rep Michael Ashford [D]Rep Terry Johnson [R]Rep Sean O'Brien [D]Rep Bill Patmon [D]
Rep Cliff Rosenberger [R]Rep Denise Driehaus [D]Rep Dennis Murray [D]Rep John Adams [R]
Rep Bruce Goodwin [R]Rep Jay Goyal [D]Rep Robert Hagan [D]Rep Tracy Heard [D]
Sen Cliff Hite [R]Sen Jay Hottinger [R]Rep Matt Huffman [R]Sen Jim Hughes [R]
Rep Thomas Letson [D]Rep Clayton Luckie [D]Rep Matt Lundy [D]Rep Dale Mallory [D]
Rep Ronald Gerberry [D]Sen Randall Gardner [R]Rep Mike Foley [D]Sen Kevin Bacon [R]
Rep William Batchelder [R]Rep Louis Blessing [R]Sen Edna Brown [D]Rep Danny Bubp [R]
Rep Armond Budish [D]Rep Ted Celeste [D]Sen Bill Coley [R]Rep Courtney Combs [R]
Sen David Daniels [R]Rep Timothy DeGeeter [D]Rep Lorraine Fende [D]Rep Ross McGregor [R]
Rep Robery Mecklenborg [R]Rep John Carey [R]Sen Gary Cates [R]Sen Keith Faber [R]
Rep Teresa Fedor [D]Sen Tom Niehaus [R]Sen Thomas Sawyer [D]Rep Timothy Schaffer [R]
Rep Kirk Schuring [R]Sen Shirley Smith [D]Sen Jason Wilson [D]Rep Carlton Weddington [D]
Rep Roland Winburn [D]Sen Capri Cafaro [D]Rep Ron Amstutz [R]Sen Kenny Yuko [D]
Sen Scott Oelslager [R]Sen Thomas Patton [R]Rep Jon Peterson [R]Rep Barbara Sears [R]
Rep Stephen Slesnick [D]Rep Gerald Stebelton [R]Sen Jimmy Stewart [R]Rep Matthew Szollosi [D]
Sen Joseph Uecker [R]Rep Lynn Wachtmann [R]Sen Christopher Widener [R]Sen Sandra Williams [D]
Rep Connie Pillich [D]

Roll Calls

2011-05-18 - House - Senate Amendments (Y: 93 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2011-05-18 - House - Senate Amendments - Emergency Clause (Y: 90 N: 2 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2011-05-17 - Senate - Third Consideration (Y: 30 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2011-05-17 - Senate - Third Consideration - Emergency Clause (Y: 29 N: 1 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2011-03-09 - House - Third Consideration (Y: 97 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2011-03-09 - House - Third Consideration - Emergency Clause (Y: 92 N: 5 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]

History

DateChamberAction
2011-05-20 Effective Date
2011-05-20 Governor' Action
2011-05-31 End of 10-day period
2011-05-18 Sent to Governor
2011-05-18 Concurrence
2011-05-17 Passed 3rd Consideration Senate
2011-05-12 Committee Report - S
2011-03-10 To Health, Human Services, & Aging
2011-03-10 Introduced to Senate
2011-03-09 Passed 3rd Consideration House
2011-03-03 Committee Report - S
2011-02-08 To Health & Aging
2011-02-08 Introduced to House

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