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(123rd General Assembly)(Amended Substitute House Bill Number 35)
To amend section 3707.15 of the Revised Code to
a person that employs an illegal alien with a contagious or
infectious disease to pay to the municipal corporation, township, or county in
which the alien is employed any expense caused by the disease unless the
has complied with the requirements of federal immigration law, to
eliminate the requirement
that a person that maintains a work camp pay to a municipal
corporation, township, or county where the camp is located any expenses caused
by contagious or infectious diseases that
originate or exist in the
camp, and to declare an emergency.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:
SECTION 1 .
That section 3707.15 of the Revised Code be amended to read
As used in this section, "alien" means an individual who is not a
citizen of the United States.
, partnership, or corporation that maintains a work
that employs an alien who is not legally present in the United
States and has a contagious or
infectious disease contracted before or during employment
shall pay to the municipal corporation, township, or county in which such
camp the alien is maintained employed any expense
caused by the contagious or infectious diseases
which originate or exist in such camp
disease unless the person demonstrates that the employment was unknowing
and that the person has complied
with the requirements of section 101(a) of the
Act of 1986," 100
Stat. 3360, 8
1324a, as amended.
SECTION 2 .
section 3707.15 of the Revised Code is hereby repealed.
SECTION 3 . This act is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary
for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, and safety. The
reason for such necessity is that the greatest impact of this act will occur
during each summer's agricultural growing season, and for 1999, that growing
season is now upon us. Therefore, this act shall go into immediate effect.