House Bill 484 | The Ohio Legislature

General Assembly


Short Title

Exempts purchases from sales tax and requires study 
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Long Title To amend sections 131.51 and 5739.02 and to enact sections 130.40, 5739.212, and 5741.033 of the Revised Code to exempt from sales and use tax the sale of nonprescription human drugs, feminine hygiene products associated with menstruation, and disposable baby diapers, to reimburse the Local Government Fund and Public Library Fund and county and transit sales and use tax collections for any revenue lost due to those exemptions, and to create the Legislative Commission on Middle Class Economic Strength to study proposed income, sales, or use tax legislation that changes the proportionate tax burden among income classes or other classes.


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House Ways and Means Committee

Primary Sponsors

Emilia Strong Sykes
Jack Cera


Nickie J. Antonio
Kevin Boyce
Nicholas J. Celebrezze
Teresa Fedor
Stephanie Howse
Greta Johnson
Christie Bryant Kuhns
David Leland
Michele Lepore-Hagan
Michael J. O'Brien
Sean O'Brien
John Patterson
Debbie Phillips
Dan Ramos
John M. Rogers
Michael Sheehy
Kent Smith
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