Legislation currently under consideration in the Ohio House and Senate would consolidate the 16 medical licensing boards down to eight and eliminate 88 board member positions. The Department of Administrative Services would also be given the authority to void board actions seen as price-fixing or restricting competition. Legislation is in response to the U.S. Supreme Court antitrust ruling in 2014. Dieticians and respiratory therapists would fall under the Medical Board; home medical equipment would fall under the Pharmacy Board; psychologists, chemical dependency professionals and counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists would all fall under the Behavioral Health Professionals Board; speech language pathologists and audiologists, optometrists, optical dispensers and hearing aid dealers would fall under the Vision and Hearing Professional Board; and occupational and physical therapists, athletic trainers, and orthotic and prosthetic specialists would fall under the Physical Health Services Board. Some legislators hope to pass the bill in the last three weeks of the session.