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The role of the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board (CSRAB) is to provide all educational, maintenance, support and security services for the Capitol Square Complex and grounds, and to operate the parking garage under the Statehouse. [ Visit Site ]
The Ohio Commission on Infant Mortality was created by the 130th General Assembly to study the current inventory of state programs and funding streams available to address the issue of infant mortality. The Commission will develop recommendations to improve accountability and coordination in the state's efforts to combat the abysmal rate of infant mortality in the State of Ohio. The Commission will meet bimonthly with the objective of producing a final report. [ Visit Site ]
The Correctional Institution Inspection Committee (CIIC) works on issues related to the state's correctional institutions and the inmates of these institutions. [ Visit Site ]
Created by Senate Bill 310 of the 130th General Assembly, the Energy Mandates Study Committee will hold hearings to study Ohio's renewable energy, energy efficiency, and peak demand reduction mandates. Senate Bill 310 instructs the committee to produce a report with recommendations on legislative action due September 30, 2015. [ Visit Site ]
The Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review (JCARR) is a joint legislative committee comprised of five state Senators and five state Representatives. The primary function of JCARR is to review proposed administrative rules to ensure that the rule 1) does not exceed the statutory authority of the agency; 2) is consistent with legislative intent; 3) does not conflict with another administrative rule; and 4) is accompanied by a complete and accurate rule summary and fiscal analysis. If the rule fails in one of the above categories, JCARR may recommend the adoption of a concurrent resolution to the General Assembly which would invalidating the rule. [ Visit Site ]
The Joint Legislative Ethics Committee (JLEC) was established to monitor compliance with Ohio's Ethics Law as it applies to the Legislative Branch. It is also responsible for administering Ohio's Lobbying Laws and exercises its powers and duties pertaining to Legislative Agents, Executive Agency Lobbyists, and their employers. The Office of the Legislative Inspector General (OLIG) is accountable to the Joint Legislative Ethics Committee and is responsible for the actual implementation of the provisions of the Ethics and Lobbying Laws. [ Visit Site ]
The Task Force shall study methods for increasing the speed on, and access to, rural highways and freeways in Ohio. The Task Force also shall study methods for saving money on license plates, including specifically a single license plate requirement. The Task Force shall examine the funding needs of the Ohio Department of Transportation and shall study specifically the issue of the effectiveness of the Ohio motor fuel tax in meeting those funding needs. The Task Force also shall study alternative methods for funding the construction and maintenance of Ohio's roadways and infrastructure. [ Visit Site ]
The Joint Medicaid Oversight Committee (JMOC) was created by Senate Bill 206 of the 130th Ohio General Assembly. The committee consists of five State Senators and five State Representatives. The primary function of the JMOC is to provide continuing oversight of all facets of the state's Medicaid program. The committee oversees Medicaid compliance with legislative intent, evaluates legislation for long-term impact on Medicaid, and assists in limiting the rate of spending growth, while improving quality of care and health outcomes for individuals enrolled in the state's Medicaid program. [ Visit Site ]
Legislative Information Systems (LIS) serves the Ohio General Assembly and the legislative agencies by providing computer network services, help desk support, computer education and training services and assistance with the development of new or improved computer applications. [ Visit Site ]
The Ohio Legislative Service Commission (LSC) is a statutory agency that was created in 1953 to provide technical and research services to members of the General Assembly. Among their duties, the Commission is responsible for providing bill drafting, research, and other technical services to all members of the General Assembly. As of September 2000, the Legislative Budget Office was merged with the LSC and is now known as the LSC Fiscal Staff. The LSC Fiscal Staff provides members of the General Assembly with state revenue and expenditure estimates, drafting of appropriation bills and amendments, fiscal notes and local impact statements, and general information about governmental fiscal issues. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site for the Office of the Attorney General of the state of Ohio. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site for the Office of the Auditor of the state of Ohio. [ Visit Site ]
The Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission was established by the 129th General Assembly with the passage of the House Bill 188, as codified in Ohio Revised Code Sections 103.61 through 103.67. The Commission is charged under R.C. 103.61 with studying the Constitution of Ohio; promoting an exchange of experiences and suggestions respecting desired changes in the Constitution; considering the problems pertaining to the amendment of the Constitution; and making recommendations from time to time to the general assembly for the amendment of the Constitution. [ Visit Site ]
The Ohio Criminal Justice Recodification Committee was created by the 130th Ohio General Assembly to study the state's existing criminal statutes, with the goal of enhancing public safety and the administration of criminal justice throughout the state of Ohio. The Committee will accomplish its mission by recommending a plan for a simplified criminal code that makes efficient use of resources through flexible yet consistent statewide policies. The Committee must present a comprehensive plan for revising Ohio's Criminal Code to the state General Assembly by August 1, 2016. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site for the Office of the Governor of the state of Ohio. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site of the Ohio House of Representatives. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site of the Ohio Senate. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site for the office of the Treasurer of the state of Ohio. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site for the office of the Secretary of State for the state of Ohio. [ Visit Site ]
The main web site for the State of Ohio, primarily for the Executive Branch of the state government. [ Visit Site ]
The Sunset Review Committee is tasked with holding hearings and receiving testimony from various state agencies to evaluate their usefulness, performance and effectiveness. Consisting of three members appointed by the House, three by the Senate and three by the Governor's Office, the committee will work to ensure that every state agency is a helpful resource to the people of Ohio and a necessary addition to the public. They will also review which agencies are redundant or overlap with others and how cost-effective they are in terms of the number of employees, services they provide and administrative costs. A final recommendation will then be proposed in the form of legislation to be voted on by the full House and Senate. [ Visit Site ]
The official web site for the Supreme Court of Ohio. [ Visit Site ]