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Daily Update – Feb 28

Feb 28th, 2019|Summaries|

In a vote of 85-6, the House passed HB1437. This bill makes it a Class A misdemeanor if a mandated reporter fails to notify law enforcement of a serious threat made by an individual regarding [...]

Daily Update – Feb 27

Feb 27th, 2019|Summaries|

The House State Agencies committee advanced HJR1018. This is a proposed constitutional amendment which would permanently extend a ½ cent sales tax for the purpose of funding state highways. The current ½ sales tax funding [...]

Daily Update – Feb 26

Feb 26th, 2019|Summaries|

The House Revenue and Taxation Committee advanced legislation outlining $95 million in additional funding for highways. SB336 creates the funding in three ways. First, the legislation diverts all revenue from casino gaming that exceeds $31.2 [...]

Daily Update – Feb 25

Feb 25th, 2019|Summaries|

With a vote of 78-13 and 2 members voting present, the House passed HB1489. This legislation addresses petitions for constitutional amendments. It removes the attorney general’s office from the process of developing ballot titles. It [...]

District 60 ARDOT Projects Awarded

Feb 24th, 2019|In the News|

I received notice that ARDOT awarded 2 projects in District 60. C67002 Cherokee Village and Highland Overlay Number 2 (Selected Sections). The purpose of this project is to resurface 4.4 miles of various city streets [...]

Weekly Update – Feb 22

Feb 22nd, 2019|Summaries|

Close to 200 bills have been signed into law as we close the 6th week of the 2019 Regular Session. One of the bills signed by the Governor this week was SB152, An Act Restoring [...]

Daily Update – Feb 21

Feb 21st, 2019|Summaries|

On Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee advanced several pieces of legislation including HB1437. This bill requires mandated reporters to notify law enforcement if he or she has a good faith belief that there is a [...]

Daily Update – Feb 20

Feb 20th, 2019|Summaries|

The House State Agencies Committee advanced legislation addressing petitions for constitutional amendments. HB1489 would remove the attorney general’s office from the process of developing ballot titles. It would also make violating rules on signature collection [...]

Daily Update – Feb 19

Feb 19th, 2019|Summaries|

On Tuesday, the House Judiciary Committee advanced several pieces of legislation including HB1126 which requires a defendant to physically remain in the courtroom during any victim impact statement. Exceptions are made if the court determines [...]

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