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Regulate indemnity clause - certain professional design contracts

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To amend sections 3937.18 and 4973.17 and to enact section 153.81 of the Revised Code to regulate the use of indemnity provisions in professional design contracts related to public improvements, to regulate uninsured motorist coverage relating to persons provided immunity under the Political Subdivision Sovereign Immunity Law, and to provide a municipal corporation or county immunity from liability in any action arising from a hospital police officer acting in the discharge of duties in specified locations.

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March 14, 2023

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Primary Sponsors

Louis W. Blessing, III


Nickie J. Antonio
Jerry C. Cirino
Hearcel F. Craig
Teresa Fedor
Bob D. Hackett
Nathan H. Manning
Michael A. Rulli
Vernon Sykes
Cecil Thomas
Sandra R. Williams
Kenny Yuko
Sara P. Carruthers
Rodney Creech
Robert R. Cupp
Jay Edwards
Mark Fraizer
Haraz N. Ghanbari
Timothy E. Ginter
Diane V. Grendell
Brett Hudson Hillyer
Adam Holmes
Catherine D. Ingram
Don Jones
Brian E. Lampton
David Leland
Adam C. Miller
Bill Seitz
Dick Stein
Daniel P. Troy
Tom Young

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