General Assembly

132

Short Title

Reform occupational licensing 
Show Long Title
Long Title To amend sections 109.572, 121.08, 2925.01, 4713.01, 4713.69, 4735.181, 4735.99, 4776.10, and 4776.20, to enact sections 9.78, 101.62, 101.63, 101.64, 101.65, 103.26, 103.27, 4735.22, 4764.01 to 4764.21, 4764.99, 4798.01, 4798.02, and 4798.03, of the Revised Code to establish a statewide policy on occupational regulation, to allow an individual who has been convicted of a criminal offense to request a licensing authority to determine whether the individual is disqualified from receiving or holding a professional license based on conviction, to require standing committees of the General Assembly to periodically review occupational licensing boards regarding their sunset, to require the Legislative Service Commission to issue reports of occupational licensing bills and state regulation of occupations, to require the licensure of home inspectors, to create the Ohio Home Inspector Board to regulate the licensure and performance of home inspectors, to require realtors who recommend home inspectors to provide a list of home inspectors, and to regulate the practice of makeup artistry.

Version

As Enrolled

Legislation Text

View Current Version

Committees

House Government Accountability and Oversight Committee
House Rules and Reference Committee
House Federalism and Interstate Relations Committee
Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee
 
 

Primary Sponsors

Rob McColley
 

Cosponsors

REPRESENTATIVES
John Becker
Andrew Brenner
Bill Dean
Keith Faber
Doug Green
Michael Henne
Ron Hood
Derek Merrin
Bill Reineke
Wes Retherford
Craig S. Riedel
Kristina Roegner
William Seitz
Ryan Smith
Andy Thompson
Ron Young
Paul Zeltwanger
SENATORS
Troy Balderson
Bill Beagle
Bill Coley
John Eklund
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Matt Huffman
Kris Jordan
Frank LaRose
Peggy Lehner
Sean O'Brien
Larry Obhof
Bob Peterson
Lou Terhar
Joe Uecker
Steve Wilson
 
 
Learn More : Glossary of Terms | The Legislative Process

The online versions of legislation provided on this website are not official. Enrolled bills are the final version passed by the Ohio General Assembly and presented to the Governor for signature. The official version of acts signed by the Governor are available from the Secretary of State's Office in the Continental Plaza, 180 East Broad St., Columbus.