127th General Assembly, Regular Session, pt. 2 2003 (2007-2008)

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                                 2003


                           (127th General Assembly)
                   (Amended Substitute Senate Bill Number 248)



                          AN ACT



     To  amend sections 149.43, 317.24, 317.27, 2313.16, 2741.02,
         2921.22, 3345.01,  and  5903.02 and  to enact  sections
         2741.99, 3333.42, and  5913.11 of the Revised Code  to
         exempt  certain armed forces discharges from inspection
         or copying as a public record, to prohibit failing to report
         the unauthorized use of certain electronic property to law
         enforcement   authorities, to excuse  certain  military
         persons from jury duty, to establish a criminal penalty for
         unlawfully using a deceased military person's persona, to
         establish tuition benefits for certain military persons, to
         create the Ohio Military Medal of Distinction, to clarify
         available remedies - for actions under the  Uniformed
         Services Employment   and Reemployment   Rights Act of
         1994, and to require a report regarding the feasibility of a
         National Guard Youth Challenge Program.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

    SECTION  1. That sections 149.43, 317.24, 317.27, 2313.16,  2741.02,
2921.22, 3345.01, and 5903.02 be amended  and  sections 2741.99, 3333.42,
and 5913.11 of the Revised Code be enacted to read as follows:
    Sec. 149.43. (A) As used in this section:
    (1) Public record means records kept by any public office, including,
but not limited to, state, county, city, village, township, and school district
units, and records pertaining to the delivery of educational services by an
alternative school in this state kept by the nonprofit or for-profit entity
operating the alternative school pursuant to section 3313.533 of the Revised
Code. Public record does not mean any of the following:
    (a) Medical records;
    (b) Records  pertaining to probation  and  parole proceedings  or to
proceedings related to the imposition of community control sanctions and

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