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Section 103.0511 | Electronic rule-filing system established.

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The director of the legislative service commission shall establish and maintain, and enhance and improve, an electronic rule-filing system connecting:

(A) The legislative service commission, the joint committee on agency rule review, and the secretary of state;

(B) The governor, the senate and house of representatives, and the clerks of the senate and house of representatives;

(C) Each agency that files rules and other rule-making and rule-related documents with the legislative service commission, the joint committee on agency rule review, the department of aging, the governor, the secretary of state, the general assembly, or a committee of the senate or house of representatives under section 106.02, 106.022, 106.031, 107.54, 111.15, 117.20, 119.03, 119.0311, 119.04, 121.39, 121.82, 127.18, 173.01, or 5117.02 of the Revised Code or any other statute;

(D) The several publishers of the Administrative Code;

(E) The common sense initiative office; and

(F) Any other person or governmental officer or entity whose inclusion in the system is required for the system to be a complete electronic rule-filing system.

The electronic rule-filing system is to enable rules and rule-making and rule-related documents to be filed, and official responses to these filings to be made, exclusively by electronic means.

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