CIVIL ACTIONS, Immunity and Exemption from Liability

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Name Description Status
SB 493 Employer firearms policies. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
SB 531 EMT seizure of drugs and paraphernalia. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SB 468 Universal background checks for firearms. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
SB 333 Body cavity searches and blood draws. (S) Public Law 224
HB 1017 Civil and criminal immunity. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
SB 35 Immunity under the lifeline law. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law
HB 1284 Self-defense, defense of others, and firearms matters. (H) Public Law 107
SB 423 Court appointed youth advocate pilot program. (H) Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means pursuant to House Rule 127
HB 1015 Various gaming matters. (H) Public Law 293
SB 278 Local fetal-infant mortality review teams. (S) Public Law 31
SB 622 Health facility employee criminal background check. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Health and Provider Services
SB 619 Producer recycling of waste packaging and paper. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Environmental Affairs
SB 90 Immunity under the lifeline law. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law
HB 1176 Medical provider immunity for body cavity search. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Courts and Criminal Code
SB 272 Lifeline law. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law
HB 1553 Public trust land and private land owner immunity. (H) First reading: referred to Committee on Natural Resources
SB 616 Civil immunity for child advocates. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
SB 153 Health facility employee criminal background check. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Judiciary
SB 288 Lifeline law. (S) First reading: referred to Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law