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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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Senate Passes "Ohio Warrior Awareness Week," Approves Assistance For Governor's Council On People With Disabilities

 
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The Ohio Senate today passed Senate Bill 301, sponsored by Senator Kevin Bacon, which will designate a week in May of each year as “Ohio Warrior Awareness Week” to honor more than 100,000 Ohio veterans who have a military service-related disability.



 
 

Bacon Congratulates Reeb Avenue Community At Capital Bill Signing

 
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Senator Kevin Bacon stood by Governor John Kasich as he signed the 2014 Capital Bill into law at the Reeb Avenue School, located in the Southern Gateway area of Columbus. Along with providing dollars for improvements to public facilities, the Capital Bill also serves as an important funding mechanism for community development and innovation.



 
 

Capital Budget Advances Local Projects, Invests In Ohio's Future

 
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Senator Kevin Bacon today announced the introduction of Ohio’s 2014 Capital Budget, which provides local investment dollars to support individual communities’ construction priorities. The bill funds needed improvements to public facilities across the state including schools, colleges and universities, and parks.



 
 

Bacon Announces Introduction Of Capital Budget

 
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Senator Kevin Bacon today announced the introduction of Ohio’s 2014 Capital Budget, which provides local investment dollars to support individual communities’ construction priorities. The bill funds needed improvements to public facilities across the state including schools, colleges and universities, and parks.