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J. Kyle Koehler
 

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Senators
Jerry C. Cirino
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Terry Johnson
George F. Lang
Mark Romanchuk
Michael A. Rulli
Tim Schaffer
 
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Cindy Abrams
Janine R. Boyd
Sara P. Carruthers
Jon Cross
Sarah Fowler Arthur
Mark Fraizer
Paula Hicks-Hudson
Adam Holmes
James M. Hoops
Don Jones
Darrell Kick
Laura Lanese
P. Scott Lipps
Gayle Manning
Adam C. Miller
Kevin D. Miller
Thomas F. Patton
Michael Sheehy
Shawn Stevens
Reggie Stoltzfus
Scott Wiggam

Revise number of poultry chicks that may be sold in lots

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To amend sections 155.33, 913.04, 913.28, 915.01, 915.03, 915.14, 915.18, 915.20, 921.26, 925.21, 925.62, 3715.041, 3715.07, 3715.27, 3715.33, 3715.36, 3715.99, 3717.33, 3717.52, 4505.101, 4505.104, 4513.60, 4513.601, 4513.61, 4513.62, 4513.63, 4513.64, 4513.65, 4513.66, 4513.69, 4707.02, 4928.01, and 4928.645; to amend, for the purpose of adopting a new section number as indicated in parentheses, section 3715.36 (3715.34); and to repeal sections 913.27, 915.04, 915.05, 915.06, 915.07, 915.08, 915.19, 915.21, 925.26, 925.27, 925.28, 925.52, 925.56, 925.61, 3715.14, 3715.15, 3715.16, 3715.17, 3715.18, 3715.19, 3715.20, 3715.34, 3715.35, and 3715.37 of the Revised Code to revise specified provisions of agriculture law, to define green energy, to exclude natural gas from receiving renewable energy credits, to revise the law governing environmental health specialists and environmental health specialists in training, and to allow conservancy district police departments to take specified actions regarding the towing and storage of motor vehicles.

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