MRR Ohio Legislation Updates: February 10 – February 23, 2017

Notes from the House of Representatives

  • HB No. 52 was introduced to regulate the solicitation of certain deeds.
  • HB No. 53 was introduced to remove any requirement under the Public Employees Collective Bargaining Law that public employees join or pay dues to any employee organization, to prohibit public employers from requiring public employees to join or pay dues to any employee organization, and to prohibit an employee organization from being required to represent public employees who are not members of the employee organization.
  • HB No. 79 was introduced to provide for firearms training for tactical medical professionals; to permit such a professional who has received that training and has been authorized by the law enforcement agency to carry firearms while on duty; and to grant such a professional the same right to carry a concealed handgun in this state as a concealed handgun licensee.
  • HB No. 82 was introduced to adjust the fees allowed to county treasurers for collecting property taxes.
  • HB No. 85 was introduced to enter into the Health Care Compact.
  • HB No. 86 was introduced to increase the state minimum wage to ten dollars and ten cents per hour beginning January 1, 2019.

Notes from the Senate

  • SB No. 43 was introduced to enable limited home rule townships to adopt building codes regardless of any similar codes adopted by the county in which the township resides.
  • SB No. 47 was introduced to prohibit the use of non-compete provisions in employment contracts in the broadcasting industry.
  • SB No. 49 was introduced to prohibit private employers from including on an employment application any question concerning whether an applicant has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to a felony.
  • SB No. 52 was introduced to allow any person or entity that registers with the secretary of state to solemnize marriages.
  • SB No. 59 was introduced to require bicycle operators and passengers under 18 years of age to wear protective helmets when the bicycle is operated on a roadway and to establish the Bicycle Safety Fund to be used by the Department of Public Safety to assist low-income families in the purchase of bicycle helmets.
  • SB No. 68 was introduced to prohibit the installation of unsafe used tires on certain motor vehicles.

For further information, please contact:

Stacy V. Pollock – MRR Columbus
614.324.0163
spollock@mrrlaw.com

 

 

 

 

 

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