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Joe Uecker
Frank LaRose

Change private investigator and security guard laws

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To amend sections 109.572, 109.75, 109.78, 109.801, 1547.69, 2923.12, 2923.121, 2923.122, 2923.123, 2923.16, 3705.23, 4749.01, 4749.02, 4749.021, 4749.031, 4749.05, 4749.06, 4749.07, 4749.08, 4749.09, 4749.10, 4749.11, 4749.13, 4749.99, and 5502.011; to amend, for the purpose of adopting a new section number as indicated in parentheses, section 4749.031 (4749.035); to enact new sections 4749.03, 4749.031, 4749.04, and 4749.12 and sections 4749.032, 4749.033, 4749.034, 4749.041, 4749.061, 4749.062, 4749.063, and 4749.151; and to repeal sections 4749.03, 4749.04, and 4749.12 of the Revised Code to amend the requirements related to the licensing and registration of private investigators and security guards.

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