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JOURNALS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OHIO House of Representatives JOURNAL TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIXTH DAY Hall of the House
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JOURNALS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OHIO House of Representatives JOURNAL TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, ONE HUNDRED FORTY-SIXTH DAY Hall of the House of Representatives, Columbus, Ohio Tuesday, April 17, 2012, 9:45 a.m. The House met pursuant to adjournment. Pursuant to House Rule No. 23, the Clerk called the House to order. Representative Pelanda was selected to preside under the Rule. The journal of the previous legislative day was read and approved. The following bills were introduced: INTRODUCTION OF BILLS H. B. No. 515-Representative Damschroder. To amend sections and and to repeal sections , , and of the Revised Code to eliminate the declaration of material assistance/nonassistance questionnaire. H. B. No. 516-Representatives Henne, Hottinger. Cosponsors: Representatives Sears, Butler, Conditt, Boose, Buchy, Amstutz, Adams, J., Rosenberger, Brenner, Sprague, Roegner, Stebelton, Hackett, Beck, Kozlowski, McGregor. To amend sections , , , , , , and and to repeal section of the Revised Code to make changes to Ohio's Workers' Compensation Law. H. B. No. 517-Representatives Sears, Newbold. Cosponsors: Representatives Henne, Hackett, Buchy, Amstutz, Beck, Grossman, Adams, J., Rosenberger, Wachtmann, Sprague, McGregor. To amend sections , , , , , , , and of the Revised Code to allow the Administrator of Workers' Compensation to pay for specified medical benefits during an earlier time frame, to require a workers' compensation claimant that refuses or unreasonably delays treatment without good cause to forfeit compensation and benefits during the time period of refusal or delay, to make changes to the health partnership program, and to make other changes to the Workers' Compensation Law. H. B. No. 518-Representatives Sears, Landis. Cosponsors: Representatives Henne, Hackett, Boose, Buchy, Amstutz, Grossman, Adams, J., Rosenberger, Thompson, Stebelton, Wachtmann, Sprague, McGregor. 1808 HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 To amend sections , , and and to enact sections and of the Revised Code to statutorily allow the Bureau of Workers' Compensation to summarily suspend a provider's certification to participate in the Health Partnership Program, to specify procedures for that suspension, and to exempt documents, reports, and evidence pertaining to a workers' compensation fraud investigation from the Public Records Law. Said bills were considered the first time. Mr. Speaker: Message from the Senate I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has concurred in the passage of the following bill: Sub. H. B. No. 18 -Representative Baker Cosponsors: Representatives Adams, J., Beck, Blair, Blessing, Boose, Combs, Derickson, Dovilla, Hayes, Henne, Huffman, Pillich, Ruhl, Snitchler, Stinziano, Uecker, Letson, Anielski, Barnes, Bubp, Buchy, Driehaus, Duffey, Garland, Grossman, Hackett, Hagan, C., Hall, Hill, Johnson, Kozlowski, Landis, Lundy, Maag, Martin, McClain, Milkovich, Newbold, Sears, Slaby, Sprague, Terhar, Winburn, Young, Speaker Batchelder Senators Schaffer, Patton, Bacon, Balderson, Beagle, Brown, Burke, Eklund, Faber, Hite, Hughes, LaRose, Lehner, Manning, Niehaus, Obhof, Oelslager, Peterson, Schiavoni, Seitz, Smith, Turner, Wagoner, Widener To enact section of the Revised Code to authorize grants to an employer that moves operations into a previously vacant facility and increases payroll by hiring and employing employees at the facility. As a substitute bill, in which the concurrence of the House is requested. Attest: Vincent L. Keeran, Clerk. The Senate amendments were laid over under the Rule. Message from the Speaker Pursuant to House Rules 13 and 28, the Speaker hereby amends the title of the standing committee on Commerce and Labor to the standing committee on Commerce, Labor, and Technology. HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, Pursuant to House Rules 13, 28, and 30, the Speaker hereby makes changes to the membership of following standing committees and standing subcommittees: Agriculture and Natural Resources: Remove former Representative Peterson; Appoint Representative Thompson as vice chair. Commerce, Labor, and Technology: Remove Representatives Uecker as chair and Young as vice chair; Appoint Representative Young as chair, Newbold as vice chair, and Uecker. Criminal Justice: Remove former Representatives Slaby as chair and Weddington; Appoint Representatives Schuring as chair, Conditt as vice chair, and Heard. Economic and Small Business Development: Remove Representatives Kozlowski, Newbold, and Pelanda. Education: Remove Representatives Newbold as vice chair, Anielski, and Henne; Appoint Representatives Dovilla as vice chair; and Newbold. Finance and Appropriations: Remove former Representatives Peterson and Slaby; Appoint Representatives Rosenberger and Terhar. Finance Subcommittee on Agriculture and Natural Resources: Remove former Representative Peterson; Appoint Representative Sprague. Finance Subcommittee on Higher Education: Remove Representative Gardner as chair and former Representative Slaby; Appoint Representatives Rosenberger as chair, Terhar. Financial Institutions, Housing and Urban Development: Remove former Representative Matheney. Health and Aging: Remove former Representative Matheney and Representative Rosenberger. Insurance: Remove former Representative Peterson. Insurance Subcommittee on Workers Compensation: Remove Representative Wachtmann; Appoint Representative Henne. Judiciary and Ethics: Remove former Representatives Rose, Slaby, and Representative Terhar; Appoint Representative Pelanda. 1810 HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 Local Government: Remove Representative Boose as vice chair, former Representative Weddington as ranking member, Representatives Martin and Newbold; Appoint Representatives Anielski as vice chair; Gerberry as ranking member, Boose, McClain and Ashford. Public Utilities: Remove former Representatives Peterson and Weddington; Appoint Representatives Butler and Ramos. State Government and Elections: Appoint Representative Henne as vice chair. Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security: Remove Representatives Combs as chair, Damschroder as vice chair, Kozlowski and former Representative Matheney; Appoint Representatives Damschroder as chair, Kozlowski as vice chair, Representatives Combs, and DeVitis. Veterans Affairs: Remove Representative Rosenberger as vice chair, and Landis; Appoint Representative Landis as vice chair, and Rosenberger. Ways and Means: Remove Representatives Dovilla as vice chair, and Boose; Appoint Representatives Boose as vice chair, and Dovilla. On motion of Representative Brenner, the House recessed. The House met pursuant to recess. REPORTS OF STANDING AND SELECT COMMITTEES AND BILLS FOR SECOND CONSIDERATION Representative J. Adams reported for the Rules and Reference Committee recommending that the following House Bills and Senate Bills be considered for the second time and referred to the following committees for consideration. H.B. No. 492 Representative Gonzales, et al TO DESIGNATE MAY AS MELANOMA AND SKIN CANCER DETECTION AND PREVENTION MONTH. To the committee on Health and Aging H.B. No. 493 Representatives Okey and Fedor, et al TO ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS GOVERNING WELLS THAT ARE DRILLED INTO THE MARCELLUS SHALE FORMATION OR A DEEPER FORMATION, TO ESTABLISH REQUIREMENTS GOVERNING OIL AND GAS LAND PROFESSIONALS, INCLUDING HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, THE REGISTRATION OF SUCH PROFESSIONALS AND THE CREATION OF DISCLOSURE FORMS THAT MUST BE PRESENTED TO A PROSPECTIVE LESSOR OF OIL AND GAS MINERAL RIGHTS AND TO A PROSPECTIVE SELLER OF MINERAL RIGHTS, AND TO MAKE OTHER CHANGES IN THE OIL AND GAS LAW. To the committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources H.B. No. 494 Representative Pillich, et al TO PROVIDE A FIVE PER CENT BID PREFERENCE FOR STATE CONTRACTS TO A BUSINESS OWNED BY VETERANS AND TO AUTHORIZE A PERSONAL INCOME AND COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY TAX CREDIT FOR A BUSINESS THAT HIRES AND EMPLOYS A VETERAN FOR AT LEAST ONE YEAR. To the committee on Ways and Means H.B. No. 495 Representative Johnson, et al TO AUTHORIZE THE AUTOMATIC VALIDITY IN OHIO OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE ISSUED BY ANOTHER STATE IF THE OTHER STATE AUTOMATICALLY RECOGNIZES AS VALID IN THAT STATE AN OHIO CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE WITHOUT THE NEED FOR ANY RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATES; TO REPEAL THE COMPETENCY CERTIFICATION CURRENTLY REQUIRED FOR RENEWAL OF A CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSE; TO REVISE THE DEFINITION OF UNLOADED THAT APPLIES TO THE OFFENSE OF IMPROPERLY HANDLING FIREARMS IN A MOTOR VEHICLE AND THE RELATED VESSEL-BASED OFFENSE; AND TO SIMPLIFY, THROUGH THE USE OF NEW DEFINITIONS, THE LAW REGARDING CONCEALED HANDGUN LICENSES. To the committee on State Government and Elections H.B. No. 496 Representatives Hackett and Garland, et al TO REVISE THE LAWS GOVERNING THE PRACTICE OF PSYCHOLOGY; AND TO AMEND THE VERSION OF SECTION OF THE REVISED CODE THAT IS SCHEDULED TO TAKE EFFECT ON OCTOBER 1, 2012, TO CONTINUE AMENDMENTS MADE BY THIS ACT TO THAT SECTION. To the committee on Health and Aging H.B. No. 497 Representative Hackett, et al TO PROHIBIT A HEALTH INSURER FROM REIMBURSING DENTAL PROVIDERS BASED UPON A FEE SCHEDULE IF THE DENTAL SERVICES PROVIDED ARE NOT COVERED BY ANY CONTRACT OR PARTICIPATING PROVIDER AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE HEALTH INSURER AND THE DENTAL PROVIDER. To the committee on Insurance 1812 HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 H.B. No. 498 Representatives Fedor and Garland, et al TO MAKE VOLUNTEER COACHES ENGAGED BY RECREATIONAL YOUTH ATHLETICS ORGANIZATIONS OR ENTITIES AND GAME OFFICIALS CERTIFIED BY INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC REGULATORY ORGANIZATIONS OR ASSOCIATIONS SUBJECT TO MANDATORY CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECKS, TO PROHIBIT FOR A MINIMUM OF FIVE YEARS AFTER THE INDIVIDUAL'S RELEASE FROM IMPRISONMENT IMPOSED AS A RESULT OF THE OFFENSE OR A MINIMUM OF FIVE YEARS AFTER SENTENCING IF THE INDIVIDUAL WAS NOT IMPRISONED THE USE OF A COACH OR THE CERTIFICATION OF AN INDIVIDUAL AS A GAME OFFICIAL WHO HAS BEEN CONVICTED OF SPECIFIED OFFENSES, AND TO REVISE THE IMMUNITY FROM CIVIL LIABILITY FOR AN ACT OR OMISSION OF A VOLUNTEER WHO HAS BEEN SUBJECT TO A CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECK. To the committee on Criminal Justice H.B. No. 499 Representative Damschroder, et al TO REQUIRE PUBLICATION OF LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE TESTIMONY ON THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S WEB SITE. To the committee on State Government and Elections H.B. No. 500 Representative Gerberry, et al TO AUTHORIZE A FEE ON THE RECYCLING OF BRINE FROM OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS TO BENEFIT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS. To the committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources H.B. No. 501 Representative Carney, Duffey TO ADOPT THE ADENA PIPE AS THE OFFICIAL ARTIFACT OF THE STATE. To the committee on State Government and Elections H.B. No. 502 Representative Martin TO ELIMINATE THE POWER OF TAXING AUTHORITIES TO PROPOSE A REPLACEMENT PROPERTY TAX LEVY. To the committee on Local Government H.B. No. 503 Representative Ruhl TO AUTHORIZE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF KNOX COUNTY TO ESTABLISH THE CENTERBURG LIBRARY AS A COUNTY FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND, IF THE AUTHORITY IS EXERCISED, TO REQUIRE THE KNOX COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS TO APPOINT A BOARD OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES FOR THE LIBRARY. To the committee on Local Government HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, H.B. No. 504 Representative Huffman, et al TO REVISE THE METHOD FOR CALCULATING SCHOOL DISTRICT EQUITY RANKINGS FOR CLASSROOM FACILITIES ASSISTANCE AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. To the committee on Education H.B. No. 505 Representative Amstutz TO CREATE A SMALL CLAIMS DIVISION OF THE OHIO BOARD OF TAX APPEALS, TO ALLOW FOR PARTIES TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL TO THE BOARD BY FACSIMILE OR ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION USING ELECTRONIC MAIL, TO REQUIRE THE BOARD TO ESTABLISH A CASE MANAGEMENT SCHEDULE FOR APPEALS, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE TAX COMMISSIONER TO EXPEDITE AND ISSUE A FINAL DETERMINATION FOR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY VALUE APPEALS WITH WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE PARTIES. To the committee on Ways and Means H.B. No. 507 Representative Beck, et al TO DESIGNATE UNITED STATES ROUTE NUMBER 42 WITHIN THE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF MASON IN WARREN COUNTY THE WARREN COUNTY VETERANS HIGHWAY. To the committee on Transportation, Public Safety and Homeland Security H.B. No. 508 Representative Beck TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE LAWS GOVERNING THE ASSESSMENT, LEVY, AND COLLECTION OF TAXES IN THE STATE. To the committee on Ways and Means H.B. No. 509 Representative Blair TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE LAWS GOVERNING LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, TO MODIFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF ARRESTING AUTHORITIES AND COURTS REGARDING VENEREAL DISEASE TESTING OF INDIVIDUALS ACCUSED OF CERTAIN OFFENSES, TO MODIFY THE MANNER IN WHICH FUNDS ARE ALLOCATED FROM THE OHIO LEGAL AID FUND, AND TO EXPAND THE ABILITY OF COUNTIES TO FORM JOINT COUNTY BOARDS OF JOB AND FAMILY SERVICES. To the committee on Local Government H.B. No. 510 Representative Amstutz TO IMPOSE A NEW TAX ON FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2014, AND TO PROVIDE THAT SUCH INSTITUTIONS ARE NO LONGER SUBJECT TO THE CORPORATION FRANCHISE TAX OR DEALERS IN INTANGIBLES TAX AFTER To the committee on Ways and Means 1814 HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 H.B. No. 511 Representatives Beck and Gonzales TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT, THE VENTURE CAPITAL LOAN LOSS TAX CREDIT, AND THE NEW MARKETS TAX CREDIT, INCLUDING THE INCREASE OF THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF THE INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT AND THE VENTURE CAPITAL LOAN LOSS TAX CREDIT, THE ELIMINATION OF THE INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY AND ENTERPRISE ADVISORY COUNCILS, AND THE ACCELERATION OF THE RECEIPT OF NEW MARKETS TAX CREDIT INSTALLMENTS. To the committee on Ways and Means H.B. No. 512 Representative Maag TO CORRECT THE LEGAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION IN A PREVIOUSLY AUTHORIZED CONVEYANCE OF STATE-OWNED REAL ESTATE, TO AUTHORIZE THE GOVERNOR TO EXECUTE THE NECESSARY DEEDS FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF THIRTEEN STATE PROPERTIES, TO AUTHORIZE THE OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO EXECUTE A DEED CONVEYING STATE-OWNED REAL ESTATE TO THE UNITED STATES, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES TO EXECUTE AN EASEMENT GRANTING TO THE CITY OF CAMBRIDGE A PERPETUAL INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATED WITH AN EXISTING WATER SUPPLY LINE AT THE CAMBRIDGE DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER. To the committee on State Government and Elections H.B. No. 513 Representative Maag REGARDING LEASE AGREEMENTS. To the committee on State Government and Elections H.B. No. 514 Representative Newbold TO AUTHORIZE THE DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION TO ENTER INTO AN AGREEMENT OR CONTRACT WITH ANY ENTITY TO ESTABLISH A TRAVELER INFORMATION PROGRAM TO PROVIDE REAL-TIME TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AND TRAVEL TIME INFORMATION AT NO COST TO THE TRAVELER. To the committee on Transportation, Public Safety and Homeland Security H.B. No Representatives Henne and Hottinger, et al TO MAKE CHANGES TO OHIO S WORKERS COMPENSATION LAW. To the committee on Insurance H.B. No Representatives Sears and Newbold, et al TO ALLOW THE ADMINISTRATOR OF WORKERS COMPENSATION TO PAY FOR SPECIFIED MEDICAL BENEFITS DURING AN EARLIER TIME FRAME, TO REQUIRE A WORKERS COMPENSATION CLAIMANT THAT REFUSES OR UNREASONABLY DELAYS TREATMENT WITHOUT GOOD CAUSE TO FORFEIT COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS DURING THE TIME PERIOD OF HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, REFUSAL OR DELAY, TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE HEALTH PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM, AND TO MAKE OTHER CHANGES TO THE WORKERS COMPENSATION LAW. To the committee on Insurance H.B. No Representatives Sears and Landis, et al TO STATUTORILY ALLOW THE BUREAU OF WORKERS COMPENSATION TO SUMMARILY SUSPEND A PROVIDER S CERTIFICATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE HEALTH PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM, TO SPECIFY PROCEDURES FOR THAT SUSPENSION, AND TO EXEMPT DOCUMENTS, REPORTS, AND EVIDENCE PERTAINING TO A WORKERS COMPENSATION FRAUD INVESTIGATION FROM THE PUBLIC RECORDS LAW. To the committee on Insurance S.B. No. 300 Senators Manning and Wagoner, et al TO DESIGNATE THE BRIDGE SPANNING THE VERMILLION RIVER, THAT IS PART OF STATE ROUTE 113, AS THE STAFF SGT. JAMES P. HUNTER MEMORIAL BRIDGE. To the committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security S.B. No. 303 Senator Oelslager, et al TO DESIGNATE A PORTION OF STATE ROUTE 44 WITHIN STARK COUNTY AS THE FIRST LT. ASHLEY WHITE STUMPF MEMORIAL HIGHWAY. To the committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security S.B. No. 311 Senator Gentile, et al TO DESIGNATE A PORTION OF STATE ROUTE 800 IN HARRISON COUNTY AS THE TROOPER GEORGE CONN MEMORIAL HIGHWAY. To the committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security S.B. No. 279 Senator Seitz, et al TO DESIGNATE A PORTION OF STATE ROUTE 264 IN HAMILTON COUNTY AS THE SERGEANT DAVID KREUTER MEMORIAL HIGHWAY. To the committee on Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security Sub. S.B. No. 109 Senator Schiavoni, et al TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON IS NOT CRIMINALLY OR CIVILLY LIABLE FOR TRESPASSING ON CERTAIN ABANDONED LAND, BLIGHTED PARCELS, OR SIMILAR PLACES OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT IF THE PERSON ENTERS OR REMAINS ON THE LAND OR PARCEL TO REMEDIATE IT AND KNOWS OR HAS REASONABLE CAUSE TO BELIEVE THAT THE LAND OR PARCEL IS IN ONE OF THOSE CATEGORIES; TO PROVIDE THE PROPERTY OWNER WITH IMMUNITY FROM LIABILITY TO A PERSON WHO ENTERS OR REMAINS ON THE LAND OR PARCEL IN THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES SUBJECT TO GENERAL RULES GOVERNING LIABILITY TO 1816 HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 TRESPASSERS; AND TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON WHO ENTERS OR REMAINS ON THE LAND OR PARCEL IN THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES IS NOT ENTITLED TO ANY REIMBURSEMENT FOR ANY COST OF THE REMEDIATION UNLESS AGREED TO BY THE PROPERTY OWNER. To the committee on Judiciary and Ethics Am. S.B. No. 238 Senator Lehner, et al TO REQUIRE PERSONS WHO ARE ELECTED OR APPOINTED TO, OR WHO ARE CANDIDATES FOR, AN OFFICE OF A TOWNSHIP WITH A POPULATION OF FIVE THOUSAND OR MORE TO FILE STATEMENTS UNDER THE ETHICS LAW. To the committee on State Government and Elections Sub. S.B. No. 297 Senator Patton, et al TO SPECIFY REQUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING AND RENEWING A CLINICAL RESEARCH FACULTY CERTIFICATE AND TO DECLARE AN EMERGENCY. To the committee on Health and Aging LOUIS W. BLESSING ANDREW BRENNER CHERYL GROSSMAN ARMOND BUDISH JOHN ADAMS ANNE GONZALES DOROTHY PELANDA Representative Pelanda moved that the House and Constitutional Rules requiring bills to be considered by each house on three different days be suspended as to the second consideration of all House Bills and Senate Bills contained in the report of the committee on Rules and Reference. The motion was agreed to without objection. The report was agreed to. Said House Bills and Senate Bills were considered the second time and referred as recommended. MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS Representative J. Adams reported for the Rules and Reference Committee recommending that the following House Concurrent Resolution be introduced and referred to the following committee for consideration: HOUSE JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, H.C.R. No. 41 Representatives Goyal and Ruhl, et al TO URGE THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO MAINTAIN OPERATION OF THE 179TH AIRLIFT WING AT MANSFIELD-LAHM REGIONAL AIRPORT IN MANSFIELD, OHIO. To the committee on Veterans Affairs /s/louis BLESSING Louis Blessing, Chair Representative Pelanda moved that the Rules and Reference Committee Report on resolutions be agreed to and that the resolution contained therein be introduced and referred as recommended. The motion was agreed to. Said resolution was introduced and referred as recommended. Representative J. Adams reported for the Rules and Reference Committee recommending that the following House Resolutions be read by title only and approved: H.R. No. 327 Representative Damschroder Honoring Chris Moore as a 2012 Division II State Wrestling Champion. H.R. No. 328 Speaker Batchelder Honoring the Reverend Cornell Carter on his installation as pastor of Second Baptist Church of Medina. H.R. No. 329 Representative Antonio Honori
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