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Revise Address Confidentiality Program and recorder fees

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To amend sections 111.42, 111.43, 111.45, 111.46, 111.48, 111.99, 149.43, 315.25, 317.13, 317.32, 319.28, 2303.12, and 5301.255 and to enact sections 111.431 and 321.25 of the Revised Code and to repeal Section 4 of S.B. 258 of the 134th General Assembly to make changes to the Address Confidentiality Program administered by the Secretary of State, to make changes to county recorder fees, to modify certain requirements for the 2022 primary election, and to declare an emergency.

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April 29, 2022
Emergency: Sections 3 and 4 effective January 28, 2022.

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