COLUMBUS – Today Governor John R. Kasich signed the following bills into law:
- H.B. 166 (Green) extends the deadline for filing an application for the homestead exemption or 2 1/2% property tax rollback to the end of the tax year, to require that auditors certify Local Government Fund allocations to subdivisions by regular or electronic mail, rather than certified, to require that notices of appeal from a decision of the Board of Tax Appeals originating with a county board of revision be filed with that board and the county auditor, to clarify the effect of certain certifications related to the repealed personal property tax, and to repeal laws requiring county auditors to issue permits for traveling shows, issue licenses for new merchandise public auctions, certify the annual state tax interest rate to local courts.
- Am. Sub. H.B. 173 (Anielski, Terhar) authorizes a county recorder or county veterans service office, with the approval of the board of county commissioners, to issue Ohio veterans identification cards.
- Sub. H.B. 200 (Hagan) is regarding procuring, storing, and accessing epinephrine auto-injectors for which there are no patient-specific prescriptions and civil immunity of health professionals.
- Sub. HB 359 (Duffey, Gonzales) creates an address confidentiality program for victims of domestic violence, menacing by stalking, human trafficking, trafficking in persons, rape, or sexual battery and allows wireless service account transfer in a domestic violence situation.
- H.B. 523 (Huffman) authorizes the use of marijuana for medical purposes and establishes the Medical Marijuana Control Program.
- S.B. 128 (Cafaro, Schiavoni) designates the thirtieth day of May as "Bartter Syndrome Awareness Day."