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Regards funding jail construction / maintenance

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To amend sections 307.01, 307.021, 2301.51, and 5120.10 and to enact sections 342.01, 342.02, 342.03, 342.04, 342.05, 342.06, 342.07, 342.08, 342.09, 342.10, 342.11, 342.12, 342.13, 342.14, 342.15, 342.16, and 5705.234 of the Revised Code to establish new processes for funding the construction, acquisition, improvement, operation, and maintenance of jail facilities.

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