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Provide federal COVID funding to local subdivisions 
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Long Title To amend sections 124.393, 307.86, 505.08, 731.14, 749.37, 5165.01, 5165.15, 5165.16, 5165.17, 5165.19, 5165.26, 5166.01, and 5540.03 and to repeal section 5165.361 of the Revised Code; to amend Section 333.10 of H.B. 166 of the 133rd General Assembly and Section 812.10 of H.B. 529 of the 132nd General Assembly; and to repeal Section 333.270 of H.B. 166 of the 133rd General Assembly to provide for the distribution of some federal coronavirus relief funding to local subdivisions and businesses, to revise the formula used to determine Medicaid rates for nursing facility services, to exclude loan amounts forgiven under the federal CARES Act from the commercial activity tax, to apply the Prevailing Wage Law to transportation improvement district projects under certain circumstances, to allow certain state employees' salaries and pay supplements to be frozen during the pay period that includes July 1, 2020, through the pay period that includes June 30, 2021, to temporarily expand the use of certain tax increment financing payments, to exempt certain political subdivision purchases from competitive bidding requirements during the COVID-19 emergency, to suspend certain county hospital bidding requirements during the COVID-19 emergency, to allow a county, township, or municipal corporation appointing authority to establish a mandatory cost savings program in response to COVID-19, to make capital reappropriations for the biennium ending June 30, 2022, to make other appropriations, and to declare an emergency.

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