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Saturday, June 12, 2010

SERIES: HOW ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE STARK COUNTY DELEGATION TO THE OHIO GENERAL ASSEMBLY DOING? TODAY: SNITCHLER #3


As readers will note, very little of what is introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives gets passed by the House much less passed by the Senate and signed into law by Governor Strickland.

Along the way, legislators such as Todd Snitchler (Republican - Lake) attach their names as sponsors and co-sponsors of bill which have no chance of passage and many of which are a waste of legislative resources.

From the graphic above, only four of the ten covered in this Part 3 of Representative Snitchler's work in the Ohio General Assembly have seen the light of day in any way, shape or form.

Here is a report of the nine bills co-sponsored by Snitchler as reported on in this Part 3 which languish in committee:

HB 187
Primary Sponsor(s):  Huffman 
Subject:  Bureau of Motor Vehicles-accept credit/debit cards
Primary Sponsor(s):  Bubp & Martin
Subject:  Concealed handgun-ok in liquor-selling restaurant if not intoxicated 
Primary Sponsor(s):  Morgan & Boose
Subject:  G.A./state elected officer salaries-5% decrease-until Ohio GDP increases
Primary Sponsor(s):  Stebelton & Okey
Subject:  Amateur radio antennae-codify federal restrictions on local zoning
Primary Sponsor(s):  Letson & Huffman
Subject:  National Ski Patrol System-immunity from civil liability for emergency care
Primary Sponsor(s):  Yuko & Stewart
Subject:  Emergency responders-disabled by disease- workers' comp presumed as if on duty
Primary Sponsor(s):  Balderson 
Subject:  Claim unemployment benefits for dependent child if in legal custody
Primary Sponsor(s):  Balderson 
Subject:  Income tax credit-volunteer firefighters

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