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Phil Plummer
Thomas West
 

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Senators
Nickie Antonio
Louis W. Blessing, III
Jerry C. Cirino
Hearcel Craig
Matt Dolan
Theresa Gavarone
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Jay Hottinger
Terry Johnson
Bill Reineke
Kristina Roegner
Michael A. Rulli
Tim Schaffer
Cecil Thomas
Steve Wilson
 
Representatives
Brian Baldridge
Adam C. Bird
Kristin Boggs
Juanita O. Brent
Richard D. Brown
Rick Carfagna
Sara P. Carruthers
Gary Click
Erica C. Crawley
Rodney Creech
Jon Cross
Jeffrey A. Crossman
Bill Dean
Mark Fraizer
Tavia Galonski
Haraz N. Ghanbari
Timothy E. Ginter
Paula Hicks-Hudson
Brett Hudson Hillyer
James M. Hoops
Stephanie D. Howse
Dontavius L. Jarrells
Marilyn S. John
Laura Lanese
David Leland
Michele Lepore-Hagan
Mary Lightbody
Beth Liston
Mike Loychik
Adam C. Miller
Joseph A. Miller III
Michael J. O'Brien
Scott Oelslager
Sharon A. Ray
Craig S. Riedel
Bill Roemer
C. Allison Russo
Jean Schmidt
Bill Seitz
Kent Smith
Monique Smith
Lisa A. Sobecki
Dick Stein
Jason Stephens
Bride Rose Sweeney
Daniel P. Troy
Andrea White
Scott Wiggam
Shane Wilkin
Tom Young

Require EMS / peace officers to undergo dementia-related training

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To amend sections 4765.16 and 5503.01 and to enact sections 109.7410 and 4765.162 of the Revised Code to require emergency medical service personnel and peace officers to undergo dementia-related training and to increase the maximum allowable age for new state highway patrol troopers.

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Effective Date

April 3, 2023

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