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Kegler Brown Construction Newsletter January 12, 2007
The Ohio General Assembly has enacted H.B. 80, requiring that all construction managers, contractors and subcontractors (regardless of tier) be enrolled in a drug-free workplace program to be able to do public construction work in Ohio. The law becomes effective March 29, 2007.
Consequences of a failure to do so are grave as it is to be considered a breach of contract and further can be considered in determining a bidder non-responsible for a five-year period.
Companies performing public work without being enrolled could find themselves going unpaid for their work and effectively banned from future public work.