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Make counterfeiting a corrupt activity crime

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To amend section 2923.31 and to enact section 2913.30 of the Revised Code to create the offense of counterfeiting and to include counterfeiting within the definition of "corrupt activity" under the Corrupt Activities Law.

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Effective Date

January 22, 2019

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Subjects

Committees

Primary Sponsors

Rick Perales
 

Cosponsors

Senators
Kevin Bacon
Dave Burke
William P. Coley, II
John Eklund
Randy Gardner
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Matt Huffman
Stephanie Kunze
Frank LaRose
Rob McColley
Sean O'Brien
Larry Obhof
Scott Oelslager
Joseph Schiavoni
Cecil Thomas
Joe Uecker
Steve Wilson
 
Representatives
Marlene Anielski
Nickie J. Antonio
Steven M. Arndt
Michael Asford
John Barnes, Jr.
John A. Boccieri
Janine R. Boyd
Richard D. Brown
Jim Butler
Nicholas Celebrezze
Hearcel F. Craig
Robert R. Cupp
Jonathan Dever
Keith Faber
Teresa Fedor
Tavia Galonski
Theresa Gavarone
Timothy E. Ginter
Doug Green
Dave Greenspan
Christina Hagan
Stephen D. Hambley
Michael Henne
Glenn W. Holmes
James M. Hoops
Stephen A. Huffman
Jim Hughes
Darrell Kick
Al Landis
Laura Lanese
George F. Lang
David Leland
Michele Lepore-Hagan
Nathan H. Manning
Adam C. Miller
Michael J. O'Brien
Bill Patmon
John Patterson
Jeffery S. Rezabek
Craig S. Riedel
John M. Rogers
Mark J. Romanchuk
Scott Ryan
Tim Schaffer
Kirk Schuring
Bill Seitz
Michael Sheehy
Marilyn Slaby
Kent Smith
Robert Cole Sprague
Dick Stein
Fred Strahorn
Martin J. Sweeney
A. Nino Vitale
Ron Young
Paul Zeltwanger
 

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