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Expand court jurisdiction to any constitutional basis

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To amend section 2307.382 and to enact sections 9.57 and 3501.40 of the Revised Code to expand the basis of a court's exercise of personal jurisdiction to include any basis consistent with the Ohio Constitution and the United States Constitution, to prohibit a public official from ordering the closure of all places of worship in a geographic area, and to prohibit a public official from changing the time, place, or manner of conducting an election, except in certain circumstances.

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December 16, 2020

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Primary Sponsors

Scott Oelslager
Brett Hudson Hillyer


Louis W. Blessing, III
Andrew O. Brenner
Dave Burke
William P. Coley, II
John Eklund
Theresa Gavarone
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Jay Hottinger
Terry Johnson
Rob McColley
Larry Obhof
Kristina D. Roegner
Michael A. Rulli
Tim Schaffer
Steve Wilson
John Becker
Richard D. Brown
Jim Butler
Jeffrey A. Crossman
Mark Fraizer
Tavia Galonski
Doug Green
Diane V. Grendell
Stephen D. Hambley
Catherine D. Ingram
Laura Lanese
Michele Lepore-Hagan
Adam C. Miller
Joseph A. Miller III
Thomas F. Patton
Rick Perales
John M. Rogers
Gary Scherer
Michael Sheehy
Michael J. Skindell
Lisa A. Sobecki
Terrence Upchurch
Thomas West

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