HB472. On that date, to contingently revise the 9-1-1 law, to expressly incorporate changes in the Internal Revenue Code since March 7, 2011, into Ohio law, ...

Ohio Legislature. 129th General Assembly (2011-2012). House of Representatives.

Introduced:
Mar 7, 2012
Last Action:
Dec 31, 2012
End of 10-day period
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History

Mar 7, 2012: Introduced to House

Mar 7, 2012: To Ways & Means

May 3, 2012: Committee Report

May 15, 2012: Passed 3rd Consideration House

May 16, 2012: Introduced to Senate

May 16, 2012: To Ways & Means & Economic Development

Dec 12, 2012: Committee Report - S

Dec 12, 2012: Passed 3rd Consideration Senate

Dec 13, 2012: Concurrence

Dec 19, 2012: Sent to Governor

Dec 20, 2012: Governor' Action

Dec 20, 2012: Effective Date

Dec 31, 2012: End of 10-day period

Summary

To amend sections 5701.11 and 5751.01 of the Revised Code, to contingently amend sections 5502.011, 5507.01, 5507.02, 5507.18, 5507.34, 5507.40, 5507.42, 5507.44, 5507.46, 5507.53, 5507.55, 5507.57, 5507.63, 5507.65, 5507.66, and 5733.55, to contingently enact section 5507.54, and to contingently repeal section 5507.51 of the Revised Code, and to terminate certain provisions of this act on January 1, 2014, by contingently repealing sections 5507.40 and 5507.53 of the Revised Code on that date, to contingently revise the 9-1-1 law, to expressly incorporate changes in the Internal Revenue Code since March 7, 2011, into Ohio law, to extend the existing commercial activity tax exemption for "qualified distribution centers" to include precious metal refineries in the Appalachian region, thereby exempting suppliers of unrefined metals to such a refinery from the tax to the extent that the refinery ships the refined metals outside Ohio, to permit, for a limited time, the abatement of unpaid property taxes, penalties, and interest owed on property owned by a municipal corporation that would have been tax exempt except for a failure to comply with certain tax-exemption procedures, to contingently make an appropriation, and to declare an emergency.