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. Description Effective Date Revised Code Sections Affected
Am HB 2

To amend various sections and to enact various sections of the Revised Code regarding broadband expansion, including access to electric cooperative easements and facilities, to make and appropriation, and to declare an emergency.

   
Am HB 5

To amend various sections of the Revised Code to modify the requirements that may be met for licensure as a chemical dependency counselor II…

   
Sub HB 6

To amend various sections and to enact various sections of the Revised Code and to amend section 30 of H.B. 197 of the 133rd General Assembly to modify the laws governing certain health professionals and educator preparation programs due to COVID-19…..

   
HB 7

To amend various sections, to amend, for the purpose of adoopting a new section number as indicated in parentheses, section 2717.01 (2717.02); to enact new various new sections,and to repeal section 213316 of the Revised Code to make changes in the probate law.......

   
Sub HB 8

To amend various sections of the Revised Code to revise the law governing the electronic recording of custodial interrogations, to revise the prohibition against certain types of restraint or confinement of a pregnant women or child who is charged with or has been convicted of an offense, and to declare an emergency.

   
HB 9

To enact section 2925.62 of the Revised Code to prohibit sales of dextromethorphan without a prescription to persons under age 18.

   
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 75

To amend various sectinos of the Revised Code to make appropriations for the Bureau of Workers' Compensation for the biennium beginning July 01, 2021…

   
Am HB 76

To make appropriations for the Industrial Commission for the biennium beginning July 1, 2021 and ending June 30, 2023 and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of the Commission programs.

   
Sub HB 82

To amend and enact various sections of the Revised Code with regard to nationally standardized college admissions assessment and to revise the state report card and accountability systems.

   
Sub HB 87

To amend section 307.04 of the Revised Code to exempt county utility supply contracts entered into under a joint purchasing program from the 10-year maximum period for such contracts and to declare an emergency.

   
Sub HB 92

To amend and enact various sections of the Revised Code to require public children services agencies to report child abuse or neglect in military families to the appropriate military authorities…

   
Am HB 106

To enact section 5.2317 of the Revised Code to designate January as "Radon Awareness Month" and to name this act the Annie Cacciato Act.

   
Am Sub HB 110

To amend various sections of the Revised Code to make operating appropriations for the biennium beginning July 1, 2021, and ending June 30, 2023…

   
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.

   
Sub HB 133

To amend, enact and repeal various sections of the Revised Code relating to commerce, to repeal the version of section 1322.24 of the Revised Code that is scheduled to take effect October 9, 2021, and to declare and emergency.

   
HB 137

To enact section 5.246 of the Revised Code to designate March 29 as "Ohio Tuskegee Airmen Day."

   
Am HB 167

To provide rent and utility assistance and to make an appropriation.

   
Am Sub HB 168

To remit funds from the State Fiscal Recovery Fund to repay unemployment advances…

   
Am HB 170

To provide assistance to schools and other entities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to make an appropriation.

   
HB 191

To enact section 5534.501 of the Revised Code to designate a bridge along State Route 164 in Mahoning County as the "Don Manning Memorial Bridge."

   
Sub HB 201

To enact various sections of the Revised Code to prevent local governments from limiting use of natural gas and propane.

   
HB 222

To amend various sections of the Revised Code to specify that a nonprofit formed or acquired by a county hospital of joint township district hospital is a separate entity from the hospital.

   
Am HB 244

To amend and enact various sections of the Revised Code regarding technology-based educational opportunities for, and the enrollment of, military children…

   
Sub HB 252

To enact various sections of the Revised Code to enter into the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Interstate Compact.

   

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Senate Bills

Bill No. Description Effective Date  Revised Code Sections Affected
Sub SB 2

To amend various sections and to enact various sections of the Revised Code to make changes to the requirements for competency evaluations and mental health treatment in criminal cases, to eliminate a provision authorizing the hospitalization, on emergency basis, of a person found after a hearing to meet the criteria for involuntary substance abuse treatment, and to enter into psychology interjurisdictional compact (PSYPACT)

   
Sub SB 3

To amend and enact sections of the Revised Code to enter into the National licensure Compact and to revise the law governing occupational license restriction for individuals convicted of criminal offenses.

   
Am Sub SB 4

To amend various sections of the Revised Code to include emergency service telecommunicators, protective service workers, certain Ohio National Guard members, and certain mental health care providers as individuals….

   
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 6

To amend and enact various sections of the Revised Code to enter into the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact, to revises the law governing nurse aide training and competency evaluation programs, and to make an appropriation.

   
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.

   
SB 21

To amend section 4765.401 of the Revised Code regarding emergency medical services and stroke patient protocols.

   
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…

   
SB 27

To amend sections 148.01 and 148.04 of the Revised Code to authorize automatic enrollment of new state government employees in the Ohio Public Employees Defferred Compensation Program.

   
SB 28

To amend section 1533.05 of the Revised Code to authorize the use of owls in the sport of falconry.

   
SB 30

To amend section 5.2269 of the Revised Code to designate August 31 as "Ohio Overdose Awareness Day"

   
SB 40

To amend various sections of the Revised Code regarding cigarette minimum pricing.

   
SB 42

To enacrt section 5.2522 of the Revised Code to designate the second week of November as " Ohio Diabetes Awareness-Heart Connection Week."

   
Sub SB 49

To enact various sections of the Revised Code to establish a payment assurance program for registered design professionals.

   
Sub SB 52

To amend and enact various sections of the Revised Code to permit a board of county commissioners to prevent power siting board certification of certain wind and solar facilities…

   
Sub SB 57

To amend sections 5709.121, 5709.91, and 5715.19 of the Revised Code to modify the law regarding property tax exemptions and proceedures and to authorize COVID-19-related property tax valuation complaints.

   
SB 80

To amend various sections of the Revised Code to require certain judicial candidates to appear on the ballot with a party designation.

   
Am SB 108

To provide grants to bars and restaurants and the lodging industry and to make an appropriation.

   
Am SB 109

To provide grants to businesses, local fairs, child care providers, and veterans homes, to provide funds to support various programs, and to make an appropriation.

   
Am Sub SB 126

To amend section 2903.31 and to enact sections 2903.311, 3333.0417, and 3345.19 of the Revised Code to enact Collin's Law: The Ohio Anti-Hazing Act with regard to hazing policies at colleges and criminal prohibitions against hazing.

   

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Joint Resolutions

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