129th General Assembly, Regular Session, pt. 5 1 (2011-2012)

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                                 STATE  OF  OHIO

                   Ixecuthr Bprartuent

                            OFFICE  OF THE GOVERNOR


                                VETO   MESSAGES

                     AMENDED SUBSTITUTE HOUSE BILL 487

                                   JUNE  11, 2012

Pursuant to Article 11, Section 16 of the Ohio Constitution, which states that the Governor may
disapprove any items in a bill making an appropriation of money, I hereby disapprove the
following items contained in Amended Substitute House Bill 487 and set forth below the reasons
for so doing. The text I am disapproving is identified in this message by reference to the
corresponding page and boxed text of the bill.

                                 ITEM  NUMBER   1

On page 559, delete the boxed text, beginning with The Ohio school facilities....

Ohio School Facilities Commission - Rule Making Authority

This item would place a duplicative administrative burden on the Commission by requiring rules
for the administering programs to be promulgated under Chapter 111.15 as well as under Chapter
119.  This item is burdensome, inefficient and would create unnecessary confusion in the
promulgation of rules for the Commission. Therefore, the veto of this item is in the public

                                ITEM   NUMBER   2

On page 2, delete the following boxed text 3318.36.
On page 10, delete the following boxed text 3318.36.
On page 559, delete the boxed text, beginning with Sec. 3318.36(A)(1)....
On page 560, delete the boxed text.
On page 561, delete the boxed text.

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