But currently, such orders are limited to family members.“It’s not necessarily about definitions; it’s about the relationship and what type of violence arises out of that relationship,” said Rep.Emilia Sykes, a Columbus Democrat given an unusual co-sponsorship of a prime bill in the GOP-dominated Ohio House.Spread the word by sharing this site with your friends and family.
The Democrat says Ohio lags behind most of the rest of the country in passing similar legislation.“It’s very much about safety.
Closing what many regard as a gaping loophole in Ohio's domestic-violence laws has become a top priority for state legislators.
Currently, only Ohio and Georgia do not offer specific legal options for victims of dating violence, such as civil-protection orders.
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