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Niraj Antani
 

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Senators
Nickie Antonio
Andrew O. Brenner
Jerry C. Cirino
Theresa Gavarone
Bob D. Hackett
Frank Hoagland
Jay Hottinger
Stephen A. Huffman
Terry Johnson
Stephanie Kunze
Nathan H. Manning
Rob McColley
Sandra O'Brien
Bob Peterson
Kirk Schuring
Kenny Yuko
 
Representatives
Cindy Abrams
Brian Baldridge
Adam C. Bird
Jamie Callender
Sara P. Carruthers
Gary Click
Jon Cross
Al Cutrona
Bill Dean
Jay Edwards
Ron Ferguson
Sarah Fowler Arthur
Haraz N. Ghanbari
Jennifer Gross
Thomas Hall
Marilyn S. John
Mark Johnson
Don Jones
Kris Jordan
Mike Loychik
Riordan T. McClain
Derek Merrin
Jena Powell
Tracy M. Richardson
Craig S. Riedel
Jean Schmidt
Dick Stein
Brian Stewart
D. J. Swearingen
Scott Wiggam
Shane Wilkin
Bob Young
Paul Zeltwanger

Allow intercollegiate athletes to earn compensation for names

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To enact sections 3313.5317, 3345.561, 3376.01, 3376.02, 3376.03, 3376.04, 3376.05, 3376.06, 3376.07, and 3376.08 of the Revised Code to allow intercollegiate athletes to earn compensation from their name, image, or likeness, to enact the Save Women's Sports Act to require schools, state institutions of higher education, and private colleges to designate separate single-sex teams and sports for each sex.

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