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Mike Duffey
Anne Gonzales
 

Creates an address confidentiality program for crime victims

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To amend sections 109.57, 149.43, 149.45, 319.28, 1901.25, 2313.06, 2929.18, 2929.28, 3113.31, 3503.13, 3503.16, 3503.21, 3503.23, 3503.24, 3503.26, 3504.02, 3504.04, 3509.03, 3509.04, 3509.05, 3509.06, 3509.07, 3509.09, 3511.02, 3511.05, 3511.11, and 3511.12; to enact sections 111.41, 111.42, 111.43, 111.44, 111.45, 111.46, 111.47, 111.48, 111.99, 3113.45, 3113.451, 3113.452, 3113.453, 3113.454, 3113.455, 3113.456, 3113.457, 3113.458, and 3113.459; and to repeal section 3505.19 of the Revised Code to create an address confidentiality program for victims of domestic violence, menacing by stalking, human trafficking, trafficking in persons, rape, or sexual battery and to allow wireless service account transfer in a domestic violence situation.

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September 8, 2016

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