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Permit certain persons to obtain Ohio veterans ID card 
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Long Title To amend sections 109.32, 109.572, 317.24, 317.241, 718.031, 718.08, 2915.01, 2915.08, 2915.081, 2915.082, 2915.09, 2915.091, 2915.093, 2915.095, 2915.10, 2915.101, 2915.12, 2915.13, 3123.89, 3123.90, 3770.071, 3770.073, 3772.01, 3772.02, 3772.03, 3772.062, 3772.07, 5703.21, 5747.02, 5747.062, 5747.063, 5747.08, 5747.20, 5751.01, 5753.01, 5753.03, 5753.04, 5753.05, 5753.06, 5753.061, 5753.07, 5753.08, and 5753.10 and to enact sections 2915.14, 2915.15, 3376.01, 3376.02, 3376.03, 3376.04, 3376.05, 3376.06, 3376.07, 3376.08, 3772.37, 3775.01, 3775.02, 3775.03, 3775.04, 3775.041, 3775.05, 3775.051, 3775.06, 3775.07, 3775.08, 3775.09, 3775.10, 3775.101, 3775.11, 3775.12, 3775.13, 3775.14, 3775.15, 3775.16, 3775.17, 3775.99, 5753.021, and 5753.031 of the Revised Code to allow a person who was discharged from the United States Public Health Service or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to obtain an Ohio veterans identification card, to allow intercollegiate athletes to earn compensation from their name, image, or likeness, to legalize and regulate sports gaming in this state, to levy a tax on businesses that provide sports gaming, and to make other changes to the Gambling Law.

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