October 14, 2013 •
Ohio H.B. 295 Introduced
Affecting Legislative Agent Reporting Requirements
A bill introduced October 10 by Rep. Robert Hagan proposes to amend sections 101.72, 101.73, and 101.75 of the Revised Code. H.B. 295 would require a legislative agent to report to the Joint Legislative Ethics Committee compensation paid to the agent by the agent’s employer. This would be an additional requirement, as the current sections of code require the reporting of expenditures only.
The bill was co-sponsored by Reps. Pillich and Foley.
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