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Legislation sponsored by State Senator Kevin Bacon that updates Ohio’s insurance laws to reflect recent changes in federal law was signed today by Governor John Kasich. Senate Bill 9 suspends the Open Enrollment Program, the Ohio Health Reinsurance Program, and the conversion of health insurance policies/contracts option. These programs will be rendered unnecessary beginning in 2014 due to changes in federal law.

Senator Kevin Bacon represents the 3rd District in the Ohio Senate, which encompasses a portion of Franklin County. He presides as the Chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Commerce & Labor. For more information, please visit www.OhioSenate.gov/Bacon.
 
 
 
  
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Bacon Praises Significant Investment In Education, Support For Ohioans With Special Needs

 

"This budget invests taxpayer dollars where they count," said Senator Bacon. "It eases the tax burden on businesses and families while freezing tuition for undergraduate students and investing nearly $1 billion in Ohio's K-12 schools."



 
 

Bacon Announces Rollout Of Senate Budget Bill With $1.7 Billion Net Tax Cut

 

"I am proud of the progress the Senate has made in crafting a budget that provides an attractive business climate, invests in Ohio's future generations and funds the needs of Ohio families," said Bacon. "I look forward to continuing our work to give K-12 schools and universities the resources they need to prepare Ohio's youth for citizenship and employment."



 
 

Ohio Senators Commend Former OSU Football Coach Earle Bruce For Induction Into Ohio Senior Citizens Hall Of Fame

 

"Thanks in part to the tireless advocacy of Mr. Bruce, Ohio has become a national leader in the fight against Alzheimer's disease," said Bacon. "The passion and determination that he displayed in leading the Buckeyes to four Big Ten Championships is evident in his extraordinary fight to find a cure."



 
 

Bacon Recognizes Blendon Township Bicentennial

 

"The bicentennial of Blendon Township marks a historic milestone in a long history of outstanding resident service," said Bacon. "Our township administrators play a central role in upholding a high quality of life for local residents through coordinating police and fire response, road maintenance, senior services, parks and recreation and other vital services."