Legislation intended to address additional issues related Ohio’s asbestos litigation system was defeated by the Ohio House by a vote of 48-45. Senate Bill 370 House Bill 631 would have discourage “double dipping” by plaintiffs who file lawsuits in Ohio courts while making the same claims against bankruptcy trusts set up by federal bankruptcy courts. Neither bill was intended to limit a plaintiff’s recovery, but rather both were aimed at requiring full disclosure as to the filing of all such asbestos claims by a particular plaintiff in the litigation process in order to ensure that all known avenues of recovery for that particular plaintiff were identified.