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Am. H. B. No. 282 As Passed by the SenateAs Passed by the Senate
|126th General Assembly|
Representatives Flowers, T. Patton, J. Stewart, Schlichter, Fende, Allen, Willamowski, Wagoner, McGregor, Miller, Schneider, Yuko, Kearns, Schaffer, C. Evans, Gilb, Setzer, Widener, Raga, Bubp, Skindell, DeWine, Carano, Blasdel, Martin, Barrett, Strahorn, Faber, Perry, Collier, D. Evans, Hughes, Oelslager, Harwood, Combs, Chandler, Buehrer, Wolpert, Williams, Cassell, Ujvagi, Brown, D. Stewart, S. Smith, S. Patton, Key, Law, Reinhard, Sayre, Uecker, Book, Carmichael, Core, DeGeeter, Distel, Dolan, Domenick, Fessler, Gibbs, Hagan, Healy, Kilbane, Latta, McGregor, R., Mitchell, Otterman, Peterson, Reed, Reidelbach, Seitz, Smith, G., Taylor, Trakas, White, Widowfield, Woodard, Beatty
Senators Cates, Grendell, Armbruster, Schuring, Mumper, Miller, D., Fedor, Kearney, Austria, Carey, Clancy, Dann, Gardner, Goodman, Hagan, Harris, Jordan, Miller, R., Padgett, Schuler, Wachtmann, Niehaus, Prentiss, Zurz
To enact section 5.2233 of the Revised Code designating September 11 as "Ohio Public Safety Employee Day."
BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF OHIO:
Section 1. That section 5.2233 of the Revised Code be enacted to read as follows:
Sec. 5.2233. The eleventh day of September shall be designated as "Ohio Public Safety Employee Day," in honor of the men and women who selflessly place their own lives in danger to protect the lives and property of the people of Ohio.