(COLUMBUS, Ohio) – May 17, 2021—This afternoon, Governor DeWine was joined by Lt. Governor Husted and several members of the Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio Senate to sign two coronavirus pandemic relief bills.
Senate Bill 108, sponsored by Senator Steve Huffman and Senator Mark Romanchuk, provides funding relief through Development Services Agency to bars, restaurants, and hotels that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senate Bill 109, sponsored by Senator Nathan Manning and Senator Michael Rulli, provides funding for businesses and child care providers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as funding for local fairs and Ohio Veterans Homes.
Additionally, Governor DeWine signed following bills in private.
House Bill 7, sponsored by Representative Diane Grendell and Representative Brian Stewart, revises Probate Law, Guardianship Law, and Ohio Trust Code.
House Bill 8, sponsored by Representative Thomas West and Representative Phil Plummer, revises electronic recording of custodial interrogations.
House Bill 87, sponsored by Representative Jason Stephens, and Representative Marilyn John, exempts certain utility supply contracts from a 10-year maximum.