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Sponsored By:
Huffman, M.
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With regard to career-technical education and the compensation of joint vocational school districts located in enterprise zones. 
 

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Brenner, A., Lehner, P.
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To establish the Dyslexia Screening Program for school districts and other public schools. 
 

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Hill, B.
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Regarding funding for students enrolled in community schools, STEM schools, and other districts through interdistrict open enrollment. 
 

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Manning, N.
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To modify the operation of academic distress commissions in certain school districts. 

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Roegner
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Increase penalty for assault if victim a sports official

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Sykes, Kunze
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To require the State Board of Education to adopt health education standards and to require that only statewide venereal disease education standards and curriculum be approved by the General Assembly. 

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Sponsored By:
Hottinger, J. Brenner, A.
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To expand the income tax deduction allowed for contributions to Ohio's 529 education savings plans to include contributions to 529 plans established by other states.

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Gavarone
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To make changes to the law governing passing a school bus, to create a new offense for vehicular homicide and vehicular assault related to improperly passing a stopped school bus, to make an appropriation, and to designate this the School Bus Safety Act. 

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Sponsored By:
Williams, S.
Category: , Introduced:

To enact section 2903.23 of the Revised Code to create the offense of aggravated bullying, a third-degree misdemeanor.

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Sponsored By:
Williams, S.
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To require a tiered disciplinary procedure for and student instruction on preventing harassment, intimidation, or bullying in school and to create the offense of aggravated bullying as a third-degree misdemeanor.