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Weekly Update – Feb 15

Feb 15th, 2019|Summaries|

More than 140 bills have been signed into law during this session. There are hundreds of bills still to be heard in committee and we expect many more to be filed in the weeks ahead. [...]

Daily Update – Feb 14

Feb 14th, 2019|Summaries|

In a vote of 82-14 with 2 members voting present, the House passed SB211. This bill cuts the top tax rate from 6.9 to 6.6 percent on Jan. 1, 2020. It decreases to 5.9 percent [...]

Daily Update – Feb 12

Feb 12th, 2019|Summaries|

The House Revenue and Taxation Committee advanced SB211 this morning. This bill cuts the top tax rate from 6.9 to 6.6 percent on Jan. 1, 2020. It decreases to 5.9 percent in 2021. The House [...]

Daily Update – Feb 11

Feb 11th, 2019|Summaries|

In a vote of 96-0, the House passed HB1302, An Act to Create the Red Tape Reduction Collective Rulemaking Act of 2019. This bill creates a process by which similar agencies could submit rules and [...]

Weekly Update – Feb 8

Feb 8th, 2019|Summaries|

This week, the House voted to raise teacher salaries, increase a tax credit, and increase fines for distracted driving in school zones. HB1145, titled the Teacher Salary Enhancement Act, would raise the minimum teacher salary [...]

Daily Update – Feb 7

Feb 7th, 2019|Summaries|

With a vote of 91-0, the House passed a bill titled the Teacher Salary Enhancement Act. HB1145 brings the minimum starting teacher salary from $31,400 to $36,000 over the next 4 years. The bill includes [...]

Daily Update – Feb 6

Feb 6th, 2019|Summaries|

In a vote of 95-0, the full House voted in favor of HB1296. This prohibits an occupational licensing board from revoking a license specifically for a defaulted or delinquent student loan. The House Insurance and [...]

Daily Update – Feb 5

Feb 5th, 2019|Summaries|

The House Education Committee advanced several bills including HB1145, the Teacher Salary Enhancement Act. This bill raises the minimum teacher salary by $4,000 over the next 4 years. The House Revenue and Taxation Committee advanced [...]

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