Current Session

The table below contains links to acts signed into law by the governor and filed with the Ohio Secretary of State's Office. The acts below were signed during the 134th General Assembly, which runs from 2021-2022. Some documents may be large, so please allow for time to download.

Disclaimer: No effective date is posted until after the Ohio Secretary of State receives the bill from the Ohio Legislative Service Commission.  Because of Ohio Supreme Court interpretations, effective dates posted here are not authoritative, and individuals using the effective dates rely upon them at their own risk. 

'Legislation as enrolled with the Ohio Legislature' links are provided by the Ohio Legislature and external links can change at any time.

House Bills

Bill No.DescriptionEffective DateRevised Code Sections Affected
Sub HB 67

To amend section 6 of H.B. 409 of the 133rd General Assembly with regard to state assessments, high school graduation requirements, and community school sponsor evaluations for the 2020-2021 school year, to require the Department of Education to seek a waiver from federal accountability and school identification requirements, and to declare an emergency.

   
Am Sub HB 74

To amend various sections To amend, for the purpose of adopting various new section numbers as indicated in parenthesis, to enact various new sections and to repeal various sections of the Revised Code and to repeal section 513.20 of H.B. 166 of the 133rd General Assembly to make appropriations for programs related to transportation and public safety for the biennium beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2023, and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of those programs.

   
Am Sub HB 128

To amend various dections and to enact various sections and to repeal various sections of the Revised Code to make changes regarding electric utility service law, to repeal certain provisionsof, limit to solar resources the credit payment provisions of, H.B 6 of the 133rd General Assembly, ad to provide refunds to retail customers in the state.

   

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Senate Bills

Bill No.DescriptionEffective Date Revised Code Sections Affected
SB 5

To amend section 4755.48 and to enact sections 4755.57 and 4755.571 of the Revised Code to enter into the Physical Therapy Licensure Compact.

   
Sub SB 7

to enact sections 4755.062, 4755.14, and 4755.141 of the Revised Code to enter into the Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact.

   
SB 13

To amend and enact various sections of the Revised Code to shorten the period of limitations for actions upon a contract;…

   
Sub SB 18

To amend sections 4141.321,5701.11, 5733.41, and 5747.41 and to enact section 5747.065 of the Revised Code and to amend Section 36 of H.B. 481 of the 133rd General Assembly to modify the law governing taxation and to declare an emergency.

   
Sub SB 22

To amend and enact various sections of the Revised Code to establish legislative oversight of certain orders and rules issued by the executive branch…

   

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Joint Resolutions

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