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Senate Bill 1

General Assembly: 132

Short Title: Revise drug laws   [ Show Long Title ]

Long Title: To amend sections 2925.01, 2925.02, 2925.03, 2925.04, 2925.05, 2925.11, 2925.13, 2925.36, 2929.01, 2929.13, 2929.14, 2941.1410, 3719.41, 3719.99, and 4729.99 of the Revised Code to increase penalties for drug trafficking violations, drug possession violations, and aggravated funding of drug trafficking when the drug involved in the offense is a fentanyl-related compound, except for drug possession violations when the fentanyl-related compound is combined with marihuana or a Schedule III, IV, or V controlled substance and the offender did not know or have reason to know of the fentanyl content; to revise the manner of determining sentence for certain violations under the offense of permitting drug abuse; and to add lisdexamfetamine to the list of schedule II controlled substances.

Primary Sponsor: Senator LaRose

Version: As Enrolled

Legislation Text : View Current Version

Date Chamber Action Committee
10/31/18 Effective 10/31/18
6/27/18 House Conference report agreed to
6/27/18 Senate Conference report agreed to Conference Committee on SB1
6/21/18 House Conference managers: Reps. - Manning, Seitz, Celebrezze Conference Committee on SB1
6/7/18 House Insist on amendments; asks for committee of conference
4/11/18 Senate Refused to concur in House amendments
2/28/18 House Passed
1/31/18 House Reported - Substitute Criminal Justice
5/9/17 House Refer to Committee Criminal Justice
3/30/17 House Introduced
3/29/17 Senate Passed - Amended
3/22/17 Senate Reported - Substitute Judiciary
2/1/17 Senate Refer to Committee Judiciary
1/31/17 Senate Introduced
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