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Kathleen Clyde
Teresa Fedor
 

Expands information redaction and confidentiality provisions

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To amend sections 149.43, 149.45, 319.28, 319.54, 2903.213, 2903.214, 3113.31, 3503.15, and 3509.03 and to enact sections 111.31, 111.32, 111.321, 111.33, 111.34, 111.35, 111.36, 111.37, 111.38, 111.39, 111.40, 2901.44, and 3503.151 of the Revised Code to establish an address confidentiality program for individuals who reasonably believe that they are in danger of being threatened or physically harmed by another person, to exclude the residential and familial information of a federal law enforcement officer from the definition of a public record, to include federal law enforcement officers among the protected individuals who are authorized to request a public office other than the county auditor to redact the person's address from any record made available to the general public on the internet, and to include those officers among the protected individuals who may request the county auditor to replace the person's name with the person's initials on the general tax list and duplicate.

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