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To improve background checks, close gaps between federal and state law, improve focus on mental health disorders and to make an appropriation.

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To amend sections 2151.358, 2903.214, 2919.26, 2923.13, 2923.14, 2929.44, 2945.402, 3113.31, and 5122.01 and to enact sections 5502.80, 5502.81, and 5502.82 of the Revised Code to require the juvenile court to expunge all records sealed pursuant to the juvenile sealing law upon the person's twenty-eighth birthday, to expand the circumstances under which a person has a weapon under disability, to specify that moderate or severe substance use disorder is a mental illness for purposes of the law governing civil commitments, to require the Director of Public Safety to create and maintain the weapons disability data portal, to impose certain consequences on specified entities that fail to comply with data submission requirements, and to make an appropriation.

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Primary Sponsors

Phil Plummer
D. J. Swearingen

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