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Legislative Deadlines: 2016-2017

Friday, December 9, 2016 Deadline for Requesting Drafting of Bills and Joint Resolutions
Thursday, January 19, 2017 4:00 p.m. Deadline for Introduction of Bills and Joint Resolutions
Monday, February 06, 2017 Regular Session convenes at 12 noon
Thursday, March 16, 2017 Deadline for Third Reading of Bills and Joint Resolutions in Chamber of Origin
Thursday, April 27, 2017 Deadline for Third Reading of Bills and Joint Resolutions from Opposite Chamber
Friday, May 26, 2017 Sine Die Adjournment (no later than 5:00 p.m.)
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Legislative Deadlines: 2015-2016

Friday, December 11, 2015 Deadline for Requesting Drafting of Bills and Joint Resolutions
Thursday, January 21, 2016 4:00 p.m. Deadline for Introduction of Bills and Joint Resolutions
Monday, February 01, 2016 Regular Session convenes at 12 noon
Thursday, March 10, 2016 Deadline for Third Reading of Bills and Joint Resolutions in Chamber of Origin
Thursday, April 21, 2016 Deadline for Third Reading of Bills and Joint Resolutions from Opposite Chamber
Friday, May 27, 2016 Sine Die Adjournment (no later than 5:00 p.m.)
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Ethics: 2015 and 2016 Contributions Table

From the Oklahoma Ethics Commission:

2015 & 2016 Contributions Table

(Effective April 10, 2015)

To Candidate Committee To Political Party To Limited PAC
may give
$2,700* prior to primary
$2,700 prior to runoff primary1
$2,700 prior to general election2
$2,700 after the general election
Possible maximum contribution: $8,100 or $2,7004
$10,000 per calendar year $5,000 per calendar year
Party Committee**
may give
$25,000 for statewide office (prior to general election)
$10,000 to other state elective office (prior to general election)
Transfers between Political Party Committees Nothing
Limited Committee
may give
$5,000 prior to primary
$5,000 prior to runoff primary1
$5,000 prior to general election2
$5,000 after the general election3
Possible maximum contribution: $15,000 or $5,0005
$10,000 per calendar year $5,000 per calendar year
Limited Committee(registered for less than a year prior to a primary OR has fewer than 25 contributors)
may give
$2,500 prior to primary
$2,500 prior to runoff primary1
$2,500 prior to general election2
$2,500 after the general election3
Possible maximum contribution: $7,500 or $2,5006
$5,000 per calendar year Nothing
Unlimited Committeemay give Nothing Nothing Nothing
Anonymous donor
may give
$50 $50 $50
Candidate Committee
may give
$2,700 to another candidate committee
(Candidate may give unlimited amounts to own candidate committee)


$25,0007 Nothing

* This figure may increase by July 1, 2017 and every two years thereafter by the percent difference of the price index for the previous 12 months.

** State, Congressional District, County and Precinct Committees and other official party entities are aggregated.

1 After primary election and before runoff primary election if candidate appears on the ballot at the runoff primary election

2 After primary or runoff primary at which nominee is selected and before general election if candidate appears on the ballot at the general election

3 If no other contributions have been made

4 $2,700 for a candidate who is unopposed or whose name appears on the ballot at only one election; $5,400 for a candidate whose name appears on the ballot at two elections or $8,100 for a candidate whose name appears on the ballot at all three elections

5 $5,000 for a candidate who is unopposed or whose name appears on the ballot at only one election; $10,000 for a candidate whose name appears on the ballot at two elections or $15,000 for a candidate whose name appears on the ballot at all three elections

6 $2,500 for a candidate who is unopposed or whose name appears on the ballot at only one election; $5,000 for a candidate whose name appears on the ballot at two elections or $7,500 for a candidate whose name appears on the ballot at all three elections

7 Surplus funds only

2015 & 2016 Contributions Table (Effective April 10, 2015) PRINT VERSION

2015 Contributions Table PRINT VERSION

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2015 House and Senate Bills assigned to Committees

Download the files and open with Excel. The bills are hyperlinked so their progress can be easily tracked as they proceed through the legislative process.

Note the tabs at the bottom of the worksheet – the bills are sorted by measure number, committee and author.

2015 House Bills in Committee – Excel spreadsheet

2015 Senate Bills in Committee – Excel spreadsheet

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249 New Laws take effect November 1, 2014

Download pdf. The bill numbers are hyperlinked to their progress, related information and final language.

Measure     Short Title

HB1020      Professions and occupations; permitting individuals to access physical therapy without certain referral.

HB1378      Schools; Dustin Rhodes and Lindsay Steed CPR Training Act.

HB1384      Parental rights; creating the Parents’ Bill of Rights.

HB1416      Revenue and taxation; relating to the Quality Jobs Program Act; providing for incentive payments to certain proxy establishment.

HB1516      Used Motor Vehicle and Parts Commission; creating the Crusher Act; scrap metal dealers.

HB1794      State employee compensation; findings related to compensation and benefits; inapplicability to certain modifications or implementation related to retirement.

HB2130      Children; relating to termination of parental rights; providing for termination if substantial erosion of relationship exists.

HB2190      Public health and safety; permitting assisted living center to participate in informal dispute resolution panel.

HB2249      Marriage and family; modifying requirements for divorces based on incompatibility; program.

HB2319      Railroads; repealer.

HB2320      Railroads; repealer.

HB2325      Torts; civil immunity during a time of emergency; permitting shelter to be provided.

HB2338      Torts; providing immunity from civil liability during natural disasters and catastrophic events.

HB2342      Criminal procedure; providing procedures for obtaining search warrants by telephone or electronic mail.

HB2343      Civil procedure; providing for the inclusion of certain statements.

HB2344      Labor; Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act; removing certain fee.

HB2349      Crimes and punishments; increasing fine for certain prohibited act; adding penalty provision for second and subsequent convictions.

HB2353      Crimes and punishment; increasing penalties.

HB2354      Schools; repealer; office of county superintendent of schools.

HB2355      Schools; repealer; teacher minimum salary schedules.

HB2356      Schools; repealer; Oklahoma School Deregulation Committee.

HB2357      Schools; repealer; Virtual Internet School in Oklahoma Network (VISION) Act.

HB2358      Higher education; repealer; Advancement of Hispanic Students in Higher Education Task Force.

HB2359      Higher education; repealer; study to assess services and programs of higher education institutions.

HB2360      Higher education; repealer; Adult Literacy Services Advisory Committee.

HB2361      Cigarette tax; prohibiting the mailing, shipping or delivery of cigarettes to certain persons in this state; prohibiting traders from selling to certain persons.

HB2363      Cigarette tax; modifying bonding and reporting requirements under the Master Settlement Agreement Complementary Act.

HB2366      Civil procedures; creating the Oklahoma Citizens Participation Act.

HB2372      Labor; prohibiting employer from requesting or requiring access to social media account of employees.

HB2374      Professions and occupations; Oklahoma Pharmacy Act; modifying definition.

HB2375      Soldiers and sailors; providing for recodification.

HB2376      Soldiers and sailors; Oklahoma veterans’ home; repealer.

HB2378      Environment and natural resources; eliminating liability for persons conducting certain approved projects.

HB2380      Professions and occupations; Oklahoma Real Estate License Code; modifying education requirement.

HB2387      Motor vehicles; providing exception to certain issuance requirement.

HB2397      State government; modifying various provisions of the State Travel Reimbursement Act.

HB2406      Insurance; changing entities directed to appoint certain board members.

HB2444      Permitting city-county health department to develop Wellness Council.

HB2480      Revenue and taxation; regional economic development and transportation authorities.

HB2486      Prisons and reformatories; providing exemption to certain inmate wage requirement.

HB2488      Motor vehicles; exempting certain license plate from certain fee.

HB2495      Corporations; authorizing certain fire departments to establish fee schedule for services in response to an emergency.

HB2496      Crimes and punishments; adding exception to certain prohibited act.

HB2505      Labor; modifying various provisions of the Employment Security Act of 1980.

HB2509      Revenue and taxation; aerospace engineers; tax credits.

HB2526      Domestic violence; directing peace officers to make certain assessment.

HB2531      Horse Racing Commission; purchase of motor vehicles.

HB2534      Revenue and taxation; Ad Valorem Tax Code; county board of equalization; hearing requirements; affidavits.

HB2541      Sexting; modifying penalties.

HB2554      Professions and occupations; requiring Oklahoma Board of Nursing to develop guidelines for certain nursing education programs.

HB2568      Crimes and punishments; modifying penalty.

HB2571      Schools; providing certain child to be considered as resident of originating school district for school purposes.

HB2576      Elections; notary public restrictions; providing that procedures apply to certain elections.

HB2585      Children; permitting application for emergency hearing in deprived child cases.

HB2586      Department of Human Services; Oklahoma Personnel Act; extending trial period for certain Department employees.

HB2587      Food stamps; food stamp fraud; modifying definition.

HB2589      Public health and safety; making certain substances applicable to the Trafficking in Illegal Drugs Act.

HB2591      Court proceedings; permitting child witnesses to testify accompanied by therapeutic dog.

HB2592      Motor vehicles; modifying documentation requirements.

HB2594      Crimes and punishments; providing alternate form of payment for handgun license applications and renewals.

HB2603      Public health and safety; creating the Medical Treatment Laws Information Act.

HB2604      Adoption; permitting venue where termination proceedings took place.

HB2611      Public retirement systems; Teachers’ Retirement System; regular annual compensation.

HB2614      Crimes and punishments; firearms stored in motor vehicle on school property; deleting certain penalties.

HB2618      Game and fish; providing for a nuisance wildlife control operator permit.

HB2626      Schools; repealing a provision relating to an application for school transfer.

HB2630      Public retirement systems; Retirement Security and Freedom Act; defined contribution system; contributions; procedures.

HB2652      Environment and natural resources; relating to the Oklahoma Refinery Revitalization Act; replacing certain review board with Secretary of Energy and Environment.

HB2656      Oklahoma Employment Security Commission; appropriations; purposes.

HB2665      Public health and safety; relating to the Anti-Drug Diversion Act; authorizing the disclosure of prescription monitoring program information.

HB2666      Public health and safety; adding substances to Schedules I, II and IV.

HB2667      Children; relating to termination of parental rights; modifying listed acts requiring termination.

HB2674      Professions and occupations; relating to the Oklahoma Osteopathic Medicine Act; modifying license requirements.

HB2676      Deleting certain recordings from exclusion of certain definition.

HB2682      Schools; allowing certificates of indebtedness to be purchased through the funding of certain investments.

HB2684      Modifying definitions regarding abortion-inducing drugs.

HB2685      Public health and safety; prohibiting abortion to be performed without voluntary and informed consent of female.

HB2688      Motor Vehicles; intercity motorbuses; repealer.

HB2692      Crimes and punishments; extending grace period for license renewals.

HB2711      Revenue and taxation; relating to the Oklahoma Quality Events Incentive Act; modifying.

HB2774      Jurors; modifying exemption from jury duty.

HB2779      Prisons and reformatories; modifying duties to include establishment of an emergency alert notification system.

HB2791      Professions and occupations; relating to the sanctions for unprofessional conduct by physicians.

HB2810      Revenue and taxation; Ad Valorem Tax Code; valuation adjustments; county assessor; board of tax roll corrections.

HB2831      Mental health; relating to a real property trust; allowing certain tracts to be sold if certain determination is made; proceeds requirements.

HB2837      Patent infringement; prohibiting bad-faith patent infringement claims.

HB2838      Public finance; Oklahoma Security for Local Public Deposits Act; redeposits.

HB2840      Crimes and punishments; clarifying scope of certain prohibited act.

HB2859      Criminal procedure; stating procedures for revocations.

HB2873      Public education; prohibiting public institution of higher education from substantially burdening a student’s exercise of religion.

HB2874      Crimes and punishments; making completion certificates valid for certain period of time.

HB2877      Prisons and reformatories; clarifying requirements for determining daily costs of inmates.

HB2888      Crimes and punishments; modifying certain eligibility requirement.

HB2903      Statutes and reports; local and special laws.

HB2910      Roads and bridges; modifying membership eligibility for Oklahoma Waterways Advisory Board.

HB2912      State government; management of costs of human resources; removing certain reporting requirements.

HB2914      Labor; Making Professional Employer Organization a third-party administrator for failure to register; requiring certain information to be filed; modifying unemployment compensation contributions.

HB2928      Bail bondsmen; modifying bail bondsmen license requirements.

HB2929      Insurance; distribution of claims; requiring funds distributed to the receiver to be utilized for certain purposes.

HB2934      Soldiers and sailors; providing that certain identification will be sufficient evidence for free admission.

HB2951      Counties and county officers; authorizing training for certain persons.

HB2974      Corporation Commission; making not-for-profit mental health and substance abuse facilities eligible to receive certain special universal services.

HB2985      Motor vehicles; creating special license plates; the Jenks Trojans License Plate; the Ronald McDonald House Charities License Plate.

HB2994      Insurance; relating to the State Insurance Commissioner Revolving Fund; providing that certain monies shall not be included in the fund.

HB2998      Open records; requiring certain records to be considered as public records; permitting court to seal a record in certain instance.

HB3012      State government; possession of badges; correctional officers.

HB3016      Prisons and reformatories; sex offenders; modifying certain registration requirement.

HB3018      Memorial highway designations; designating various memorial highways.

HB3024      Cigarette and tobacco taxes; repealing section of the Cigarette and Tobacco Tax Advisory Committee.

HB3050      State government; Long-Range Capital Planning Commission; in-kind transfers involving real property; procedures for liquidation and sale and lease of state-owned property.

HB3055      Roads and bridges; increasing dollar threshold for certain special maintenance projects.

HB3087      Public buildings and public works; Oklahoma Turnpike Authority; increase emergency declaration contract authority.

HB3102      Environment and natural resources; relating to the Oklahoma Used Tire Recycling Act; deleting limit for certain allocations.

HB3134      Public building and works; exempting certain fish and wildlife conservation contracts from bidding requirements of the Public Competitive Bidding Act.

HB3143      Cities and towns; relating taxation of annexed territory; modifying provisions related to applicability of municipal taxation and regulatory ordinances.

HB3159      Criminal procedure; clarifying certain probation requirement.

HB3160      Professions and occupations; providing for the assessment of administrative penalties and temporary or permanent injunctions.

HB3164      Contracts; repealing the Y2K Protection Act.

HB3173      Schools; requiring certain records under the Oklahoma Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Evaluation System to be kept confidential.

HB3184      Professions and occupations; modifying various provisions of the Roofing Contractor Registration Act.

HB3215      County jails; creating the Oklahoma County Jail Improvement Act of 2014.

HB3217      State government; relating to the State Auditor and Inspector; modifying petition audits.

HB3251      Public buildings and public works; Public Competitive Bidding Act of 1974; modifying notice and bids for contract in an emergency.

HB3254      Criminal procedure; providing separate time limitation for answering certain post-conviction relief claims.

HB3276      State government; display of historical documents; authorizing Secretary of State to elect alternate location for preservation of the original State Constitution.

HB3290      State government; repealing the Support Training Results in Valuable Employment (STRIVE) Act.

HB3333      State government; repealing the Oklahoma Education Council.

HB3334      State government; repealing the Southern Growth Policies Agreement.

HB3337      State government; Oklahoma Personnel Act; requiring certain information be provided to certain entities.

HB3343      State government; repealing the Task Force on Electronic Commerce.

HB3348      Wind energy; requiring Aeronautics Commission to promulgate rules regulating the appearance of anemometer towers; establish and maintain database.

HB3350      Career technology; tuition waivers; children of persons killed in the line of duty.

HB3365      Product liability; providing rebuttable presumptions and scope of liability.

HB3375      Discovery; modifying requirements related to discovery methods.

HB3469      Children; creating the Quinten Douglas Wood Act of 2014.

HB3472      Child custody; prohibiting court from awarding custody or guardianship to persons convicted of certain crimes.

HB3473      Children; child death or near death reports; providing statements expressing sympathy by DHS are inadmissible.

HB3475      Foster parents; providing additional right to be given copy of certain liability insurance policy.

HB3496      Crimes and punishments; requiring reporting of trafficking in children.

SB1150       Privilege tax; limiting time period during which tax credits are allowed.

SB1151       Income tax; limiting time period during which credits for reinvestment of profit from film or music project are allowed.

SB1152       Income tax; limiting time period during which credits for certain employer expenses are allowed.

SB1153       Income tax; limiting time period during which credits for expenses relating to child care business are allowed.

SB1170       Income tax; limiting time period during which credits for electronic fund transfer fees are allowed.

SB1182       Child abuse investigations; permitting Department of Human Services to contract with retired peace officers.

SB1183       Public health; requiring Board of Medicolegal Investigations hold annual election of members; Chief Medical Examiner to appoint Deputy Chief Medical Examiner.

SB1218       Public health; relating to peer review information.

SB1226       Privilege tax; limiting time period during which tax credits may be claimed by banking associations and credit unions.

SB1228       Uniform tax procedure; modifying liability for withholding or collection and remittance of taxes.

SB1235       Office of Juvenile Affairs; permitting Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to access certain records.

SB1244       Revenue and taxation; modifying circumstances under which, and procedures related to, assessment of penalties.

SB1257       Motor vehicles; expanding authorized use of disabled veterans special license plates.

SB1262       Professions and occupations; removing certain requirements for licensure of practical nurses.

SB1278       Criminal Justice; creating the Criminal Justice Pay for Success Revolving Fund; providing for expenditures from fund.

SB1293       Office of Juvenile Affairs; transferring certain licensing standards; removing certain required information.

SB1319       Insurance; modifying various sections.

SB1336       Solid waste; modifying permitting for solid waste disposal sites and vegetation plans.

SB1364       Zone of safety; modifying what a park is; prohibiting certain persons convicted of certain crimes from entering or loitering within 500 feet of a park.

SB1398       Professional counselor qualifications; recognizing foreign qualifications for licensure.

SB1399       Alarm and Locksmith Industry Committee; requiring active employment status.

SB1407       Oklahoma Security Guard and Private Investigator Act; suspension of license; fee remittance.

SB1421       Change of name; prohibiting certain persons from petitioning for a change of name.

SB1431       Sex Offenders Registration Act; adding certain persons and crime to which the act applies.

SB1433       Human trafficking; modifying required service of minimum percentage of sentence; definitions; penalties.

SB1442       Firearms; carrying of firearms by certain attorneys, judges and Attorney General; clarifying training requirement; identification cards.

SB1444       Sex Offenders Registration Act; requiring certain photograph.

SB1448       Vital statistics; designating certain records as public information for certain time periods.

SB1449       Department of Human Services; authorizing contracts with certain facilities for certain services.

SB1450       Nursing homes; requiring facilities to conduct exit conferences for certain violations.

SB1455       Certificates of need; modifying certain requirements for life care communities; removing certain limitations.

SB1456       Public utilities; modifying prohibition relating to recovery of fixed costs from electric customers utilizing distributed generation.

SB1471       Release of a copy of fingerprints; authorizing the OSBI to release a copy of certain fingerprints under certain circumstances.

SB1474       The Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training; modifying title of Director; powers and duties; background investigations; reports; fine; disciplinary action; notice.

SB1497       Attorney fees; authorizing certain suits under the Open Meeting Act.

SB1510       Telecommunications; limiting amount of reimbursement from Oklahoma Lifeline Fund.

SB1511       Public finance; modifying authorization for political subdivisions to make certain investments.

SB1524       Memorial highway designations; designating various memorial highways and bridges.

SB1536       Designated caregivers; permitting hospital patients to designate caregivers; requiring patient consent; requiring certain notices.

SB1538       Human trafficking; adding definition; providing for certain costs; providing for certain civil actions and statute of limitation.

SB1585       Soldiers and Sailors; updating reference to War Veterans Commission.

SB1590       Agriculture; ensuring state control of federal programs regulating and inspecting farm fruit and vegetable production.

SB1602       Tobacco products; furnishing to minors; adding alternative nicotine products and vapor products.

SB1604       Public health; creating Oklahoma Veterans Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment and Recovery Plan Act of 2014; revolving fund; providing for treatment.

SB1610       Soldiers and Sailors; relating to War Veterans definition; amending definition.

SB1612       Enforcement of visitation rights; modifying procedures relating to enforcement of visitation rights.

SB1624       Motor vehicles; clarifying qualifications for reduced registration fee for certain military personnel.

SB1636       War Veterans Commission; requiring audits and distribution of audits.

SB1664       Department of Health; increasing certain limit for Oklahoma Dental Loan Repayment Program.

SB1694       Administrative Procedures Act; modifying actions with respect to which higher education institution required to comply.

SB1699       Social workers; modifying definitions; requiring certain additional hours of supervision.

SB1706       Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; providing penalties for certain violations.

SB1720       Probation-parole officers; requiring probation supervision to meet certain minimum standards; setting certain requirements for supervision agencies.

SB1723       Income tax; modifying deduction for members of Armed Forces; deleting contingency relating to deduction.

SB1730       Horsemen’s bookkeeper-records; allowing the cancellation of uncashed disbursements.

SB1737       City and county jails; modifying certain standard.

SB1738       County records; modifying requirement for keeping certain records; deleting certain requirement for disposal of such records.

SB1773       Tourism and Recreation Department Revolving Fund; amending date.

SB1777       Public health; requiring veterans centers to be designated nonsmoking by certain date.

SB1781       Office of Juvenile Affairs; authorizing Office to access certain data and facilities; directing promulgation of rules.

SB1784       Child support arrearages; modifying certain enforcement authority of court.

SB1788       Optometry; providing penalties for unlicensed practice of optometry; authorizing Board of Optometry to enforce certain orders.

SB1789       Optometry; permitting optometrists to issue prescriptions for hydrocodone for certain purposes.

SB1791       Office of Juvenile Affairs; prohibiting certain fees; permitting Office to access certain records.

SB1792       Oklahoma Public Health Code; clarifying language.

SB1793       Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth; providing continuing professional education and training.

SB1799       Corporations; relating to shareholder’s derivative action; expenses.

SB1809       Oklahoma Certified Real Estate Appraisers Act; requiring criminal history records check; providing enforcement of certain criteria.

SB1824       Oklahoma Victims’ Rights Act; modifying definitions.

SB1826       Fireworks; relating to definitions and necessity for certain licenses and unlawful sales.

SB1842       Delayed Sentencing Program for Young Adults; modifying certain definition.

SB1848       Public health; directing Board of Health to establish certain standards; requiring medical screenings prior to abortion; penalties.

SB1851       Agriculture; authorizing the Department of Agriculture to inspect and license farmer’s markets in Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties.

SB1853       Ambulatory surgical centers; clarifying language.

SB1858       Municipal employees; offering health insurance to retired employees.

SB1866       Motor vehicles; creating special license plates for 1-179th Infantry and 2-179th Infantry; Frederick Bombers; providing qualifications for, and design of, special plate.

SB1874       Insurance; Long-Term Care Partnership Program; directing Oklahoma Health Care Authority to make available policy riders.

SB1875       Expungement of records; modifying requirements for sealing of certain records.

SB1884       Agriculture; modifying the Oklahoma Combined Pesticide Law.

SB1899       Cemeteries; authorizing municipalities to permit burial places in certain locations.

SB1900       Office of Juvenile Affairs; requiring referrals to law enforcement agencies for abuse of certain children.

SB1904       Family Wealth Preservation Act; modifying requirements for certain trusts.

SB1905       Medical liability actions; prohibiting admissibility of certain action.

SB1923       Service Warranty Act; adding definitions; references; applicability under the Vehicle Protection Product Act.

SB1929       Oklahoma Cosmetology and Barbering Act; hybrid-learning programs; reciprocity; fees.

SB1937       Foster children; requiring Department of Human Services to furnish credit report for certain children.

SB1941       Deferred deposit lending; clarifying when transaction is complete.

SB1964       Governor’s cabinet; repealing the Executive Environmental Subcommittee of the Governor’s Cabinet.

SB1970       Soldiers and Sailors; War Veterans Commission; updating language; changing membership requirements.

SB1979       Public finance; providing for deposits from certain fund; creating J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum Endowment Fund.

SB1980       Public finance; requires specified content for website related to Taxpayer Transparency Act.

SB1993       Child support; modifying procedures for establishing support; modifying requirements for certain notice.

SB2018       Insurance; limited lines producers; modifying coverage requirements. Effective date

SB2025       Insurance; premium reserve for domestic title insurers; rates.

SB2026       Insurance; interlocal entities.

SB2045       Insurance; standard valuation law; standard nonforfeiture law; principle based valuation. Effective date

SB2046       Domestic abuse; making certain second or subsequent convictions of certain violations subject to certain other provisions of law.

SB2057       Agency Consolidation Act of 2014; Advantage Waiver and Developmental Disability Services Rate Review Committee.

SB2058       Agency Consolidation Act of 2014; Cigarette and Tobacco Tax Advisory Committee.

SB2078       Authorized disclosure of confidential information; modifying entities to whom certain information may be disclosed.

SB2088       Children; relating to recognition of interests and child placement proceedings; preparation of reports.

SB2098       Motor vehicles; towing vehicles and wrecker liability; making certain persons exempt from liability; release of certain personal property; removal of interlock devices.

SB2120       Public Employee Retirement System; relating to eligibility for persons licensed by Department of Rehabilitation Services to participate in retirement system.

SB2140       Criminal procedure; expungement of criminal records; modifying certain qualifications.

SB387         Motor vehicles; relating to license violations; establishing procedures for fair compensation.

SB582         Service liens on personal property; modifying certain notice and procedural requirements.

SB72            Crimes against animals; modifying certain prohibited acts, penalties and exceptions relating to acts against police dogs and horses.

SB862         Gold and silver coins; establishing gold and silver coins as legal tender; modifying qualifications relating to exemption.

SB989         Bogus checks; modifying definition.

SB991         Insurance; prohibiting stacking of certain insurance policies.

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