General Assembly

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Short Title

Establish Governor's Office of Drug Policy 
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Long Title To enact section 107.64 of the Revised Code to establish the Governor's Office of Drug Policy and to make an appropriation.

Version

As Re-referred to the Senate Finance Committee

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Committees

Senate Finance Committee
Senate General Government and Agency Review Committee
House Finance Committee
House Rules and Reference Committee
House Health Committee
 
 

Primary Sponsors

Richard Brown
Reggie Stoltzfus
 

Cosponsors

REPRESENTATIVES
Steven Arndt
Brian Baldridge
Gil Blair
Louis W. Blessing III
Kristin Boggs
Juanita Brent
Jim Butler
Jamie Callender
Rick Carfagna
Sara Carruthers
Randi Clites
Erica C. Crawley
Jon Cross
Jeffrey Crossman
Robert R. Cupp
Anthony DeVitis
Sedrick Denson
Jay Edwards
Tavia Galonski
Haraz N. Ghanbari
Timothy Ginter
Doug Green
Dave Greenspan
Diane V. Grendell
Stephen D. Hambley
Paula Hicks Hudson
Brett Hudson Hillyer
Adam Holmes
James M. Hoops
Stephanie Howse
Catherine D. Ingram
Candice R. Keller
Darrell Kick
J. Kyle Koehler
Jeff LaRe
Laura Lanese
George F. Lang
David Leland
Michele Lepore-Hagan
Mary Lightbody
Beth Liston
Don Manning
Gayle Manning
Adam C. Miller
Joe Miller
Michael J. O'Brien
Scott Oelslager
John Patterson
Thomas F. Patton
Rick Perales
Phil Plummer
Bill Reineke
Phil Robinson
Bill Roemer
John M. Rogers
Gary Scherer
William Seitz
Michael Sheehy
Michael Skindell
Kent Smith
Ryan Smith
Todd Smith
Lisa Sobecki
Dick Stein
Fred Strahorn
Bride Rose Sweeney
Emilia Strong Sykes
Casey Weinstein
Thomas West
Shane Wilkin
SENATORS
Kirk Schuring
 
 
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