LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL; LEGISLATIVE SERVICES AGENCY

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Name Description Status
SB 534 Special education scholarship account program. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Education and Career Development
SB 445 Opiate addiction treatment pilot program. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SB 455 Tax administration of mobile homes. (S) Public Law 235
SB 452 Veterans' court fund. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
SB 408 INSPECT program. (S) Public Law 213
SB 478 Utility easements. (S) Public Law 236
SB 515 Various tax matters. (S) Public Law 239
SB 108 Education matters. (S) Public Law 228
SB 383 Public safety officer survivor health coverage. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Insurance
SB 3 Paid personal leave. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Pensions and Labor
SB 131 Study committee. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Rules and Legislative Procedures
SB 301 Coercive federal funds in the budget. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Appropriations
SB 340 Specialty constructed vehicles. (S) Public Law 62
SB 126 Government ethics and procurement of certain services. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Government and Regulatory Reform
SB 309 Distributed generation. (S) Public Law 264
SB 484 Regional training facility funding. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Appropriations
SB 276 Prekindergarten education. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Education
SB 442 Various election matters. (S) Public Law 74
SB 440 Various tax matters. (S) Public Law 73
HB 1014 Redistricting commission. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Elections and Apportionment
SB 421 Above ground storage tanks. (S) Public Law 72
SB 198 Career and technical education. (S) Public Law 230
SB 113 Seizure and forfeiture reporting. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law
SB 112 Hospital police departments. (S) Public Law 99
HB 1074 Homeowners association proxies. (H) Public Law 27
SB 257 Voter registration and other voting matters. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Elections
SB 116 Out of school time pilot program and fund. (S) Committee report: do pass adopted; reassigned to Committee on Appropriations
SB 506 Suicide prevention programming. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Public Health
SB 253 Study of voluntary paid family and medical leave. (S) Public Law 56
SB 416 Infrastructure assistance fund. (S) Public Law 233
SB 293 Animals. (S) Public Law 106
SB 407 Education matters. (S) Public Law 212
SB 406 Review of administrative and judicial rules. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
SB 355 Child abuse education and policies. (S) Public Law 115
SB 174 Statewide trauma care system study. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SB 157 Controlled substances and reporting. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SB 156 Drug and alcohol treatment reporting. (S) Public Law 165
HB 1160 Study of tax court effectiveness. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Courts and Criminal Code
SB 154 Asset limitation for SNAP eligibility. (S) Public Law 207
SB 153 Drug and alcohol treatment report. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Public Health
SB 151 Information in INSPECT prescription drug data base. (S) Public Law 164
SB 358 Alcoholic beverages. (H) Amendment #7 (Forestal) failed; voice vote
SB 538 Health care provider shortage. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SB 499 Opioid addiction. (S) Public Law 125
SB 285 Study committee. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Rules and Legislative Procedures
SB 507 Economic development. (S) Public Law 237
SB 62 School substance abuse prevention pilot program and fund. (H) Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
HB 1065 Annual report on criminal code reform. (H) Public Law 26
SR 52 Urging the legislative council to study the need to fund solid waste management districts. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 53 Urging the legislative council to study forming a statewide library consortium for state educational institutions. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 69 Urging the study of the efficacy of medical cannabis in treating medical conditions. (S) First reading: adopted voice vote
SR 51 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of prohibiting persons convicted of a Level 6 felony from being sent to the Department of Correction to the appropriate committee. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 56 Urging the study of school district financial condition analysis and monitoring. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 44 Urging the study of the supported decision as an alternative option to adult guardianship in probate courts. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 63 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of indemnification from legal malpractice claims to the appropriate committee. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Rules and Legislative Procedure
SR 77 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of Regional Teacher Evaluation Teams to the appropriate study committee. (S) First reading: adopted voice vote
SR 64 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of serious mental illness and the death penalty to the appropriate committee. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Rules and Legislative Procedure
SR 30 Urging the legislative council to assign the topic of stillbirth protocols and reporting to the appropriate committee. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote
SR 45 Urging a study of naturopathic physicians. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SR 36 Urging the study of Medicaid for patients in need of specialty care. (S) Second reading: adopted voice vote