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Regards how local governments are to contest property values

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To amend sections 5709.17 and 5715.19 of the Revised Code to limit the authority of local governments to initiate property tax valuation complaints against residential property, to require local governments to formally pass a resolution before initiating a complaint against any type of property, to limit the authority of a school district to file counter-complaints, and to expand the existing property tax exemption for fraternal organizations to include the property of such organizations with longstanding national governing bodies.

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Primary Sponsors

Derek Merrin


Bill Beagle
John Becker
Thomas E. Brinkman, Jr.
Jim Butler
Anthony DeVitis
Bill Dean
Wesley A. Goodman
Stephen D. Hambley
Michael Henne
Larry Householder
Candice Keller
George F. Lang
Wes Retherford
Craig S. Riedel
Kristina Roegner
Mark J. Romanchuk
Tim Schaffer
Andy Thompson
Scott Wiggam

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