|Governor signs legislation into law|
|Written by Submitted|
|Monday, December 31, 2012 8:31 PM|
Gov. John R. Kasich recently signed several pieces of legislation into law.
Senate Bill 40 designates November as “Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Awareness Month” and to require the Department of Health to include on its Web site information regarding the syndrome;
SB 130 regulates certain dog breeding kennels and dog retailers.
SB 135 designates September as “Craniofacial Acceptance Month.”
SB 199 designates Oct. 13 as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day;
SB 301 revises the law regarding the enforcement powers of certain health care professional licensing boards, regulation of pain management clinics, limits on prescriber-furnished controlled substances, and classifications of certain controlled substances;
HB 365 allows taxpayers who claim an enhanced federal income tax depreciation deduction to reduce the amount of the deduction the taxpayer must add-back for Ohio income tax purposes.
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