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Add hospital police to the definition of peace officer

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To amend sections 2903.11, 2903.12, 2903.13, 2935.01, and 5502.63 and to enact section 9.71 of the Revised Code to increase penalties for certain assault offenses if the victim is a hospital police officer or special police officer, to include gaming agents of the Casino Control Commission as peace officers under the general statutory definition of that term, to generally bar public officials from prohibiting federally licensed firearms dealers in the state or a specified geographic area from the commercial sale or transfer of firearms or their components or ammunition, and to modify the definition of federally licensed firearms dealer.

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