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  1. Hace 2 días · COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — The Ohio House has passed House Bill 37, also known as "Liv's Law." The bill would raise the penalty for aggravated vehicular homicides committed by drunk drivers.

  2. Watch a previous NBC4 report on House Bill 68 in the video player above. COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Ohio Supreme Court rejected on Wednesday a request by Attorney General Dave Yost to alter the ...

  3. 1 de abr. de 2024 · Governor DeWine signs bill requiring Ohio schools to create cellphone policies. 5/20/2024. Last week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 250 at Karrer Middle School in Dublin. The new law will require every school district in Ohio to establish an official policy governing cellphone usage during school hours and seeks to minimize student use of cell phones in K-12 schools.

  4. 3 de jul. de 2023 · In this article, we'll address various topics related to tiny homes in Ohio, including their legality, permitted types of tiny houses, compliance with building codes, counties that allow tiny houses, minimum size requirements, suitable locations for building or parking, and the existence of tiny home communities in the state.

  5. 27 de ene. de 2024 · Transgender people face an uncertain future in Ohio under a new law banning gender-affirming health care for minors and administrative rules that heavily restrict access to care for adults.

  6. Hace 2 días · COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives unanimously passed House Bill 37, also known as Liv’s Law, legislation that would raise the penalty for Aggravated Vehicular Homicides committed by drunk drivers. The legislation was spearheaded by State Reps. Mark Johnson (R-Chillicothe) and Kevin Miller (R-Newark). Liv’s Law is named after ...

  7. 22 de dic. de 2021 · December 22, 2021. (COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed the following bills into law: House Bill 29. The sports gaming bill is the result of the work of the Conference Committee of Representatives Jay Edwards, Bill Seitz, Adam Miller, and Senators Kirk Schuring, Nathan Manning, and Cecil Thomas.