“Many individuals are waiting until later in life to get married or have children, but still spend years in a relationship with the same person.
By updating the statute, Ohio is taking steps to protect victims of abuse in dating situations and to prevent future harm.
All Committees Aging and Long Term Care Agriculture and Rural Development Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Homeland Security Civil Justice Community and Family Advancement Criminal Justice Economic Development, Commerce, and Labor Education and Career Readiness Energy and Natural Resources Federalism and Interstate Relations Finance Financial Institutions, Housing, and Urban Development Government Accountability and Oversight Health Higher Education and Workforce Development Insurance Public Utilities Rules and Reference State and Local Government Transportation and Public Safety Ways and Means Finance Subcommittee on Agriculture Development and Natural Resources Finance Subcommittee on Health and Human Services Finance Subcommittee on Higher Education Finance Subcommittee on Primary and Secondary Education Finance Subcommittee on State Government and Agency Review Finance Subcommittee on Transportation COLUMBUS—State Representative Theresa Gavarone (R-Bowling Green) today introduced House Bill 535, or the Opioid Data and Communication Expansion Act.
This legislation seeks to arm state and local entities with more information in order to fight the drug epidemic.
House Bill 1 now awaits consideration from the governor in order to be enacted into law.
Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) and Speaker of the House Clifford A.