Senate Bill 334 | The Ohio Legislature

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Short Title

Establish Juneteenth as a legal holiday 
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Long Title To amend sections 1.14, 5.2247, 124.19, 325.19, 511.10, 1345.21, 3313.63, and 3319.087 of the Revised Code to establish the nineteenth of June as Juneteenth, a legal holiday for which government employees receive paid leave.


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House State and Local Government Committee
Senate General Government and Agency Review Committee

Primary Sponsors

Hearcel Craig
Andrew O. Brenner


Nickie Antonio
Louis W. Blessing, III
Dave Burke
Matt Dolan
John Eklund
Teresa Fedor
Theresa Gavarone
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Jay Hottinger
Stephen A. Huffman
Terry Johnson
Stephanie Kunze
Peggy Lehner
Tina Maharath
Nathan H. Manning
Rob McColley
Sean O'Brien
Larry Obhof
Michael A. Rulli
Tim Schaffer
Kirk Schuring
Vernon Sykes
Cecil Thomas
Sandra R. Williams
Steve Wilson
Kenny Yuko
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