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Short Title

Exclude depictions of crime victim's body from public records 
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Long Title To amend sections 149.43 and 149.45 of the Revised Code to exclude from the definition of public record under the Public Records Law any depiction by photograph, film, videotape, or digital, visual, or printed material of victims of crime under specified circumstances dealing with the victims' bodily privacy, to exclude from that definition specified residential and familial information regarding county or multicounty corrections officers, and to declare an emergency.


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Senate Judiciary Committee
House Government Accountability and Oversight Committee

Primary Sponsors

Wes Retherford


Marlene Anielski
Steven Arndt
John Becker
Louis W. Blessing III
Andrew Brenner
Tom Brinkman
Jim Butler
Rick Carfagna
Nicholas J. Celebrezze
Robert R. Cupp
Anthony DeVitis
Bill Dean
Jonathan Dever
Jay Edwards
Theresa Gavarone
Timothy Ginter
Anne Gonzales
Doug Green
Dave Greenspan
Christina Hagan
Stephen D. Hambley
Michael Henne
Brian Hill
Ron Hood
Larry Householder
Stephen A. Huffman
Terry Johnson
Candice R. Keller
Darrell Kick
J. Kyle Koehler
Sarah LaTourette
Laura Lanese
P. Scott Lipps
Nathan H. Manning
Derek Merrin
Thomas F. Patton
Rick Perales
Bill Reineke
Jeff Rezabek
Craig S. Riedel
Kristina Roegner
Mark J. Romanchuk
Scott K. Ryan
Tim Schaffer
Gary Scherer
Kirk Schuring
William Seitz
Marilyn Slaby
Ryan Smith
Robert Sprague
Dick Stein
Martin J. Sweeney
Andy Thompson
Scott Wiggam
Ron Young
Paul Zeltwanger
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