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Bill List: Governor's recommendations adopted
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  • HB 1500 Budget Bill. Additional appropriations for 2004-2006 biennium.
  • HB 1615 School safety audits; requirements.
  • HB 1683 Dead human bodies; funeral homes and crematories immune when disposing pursuant to court order.
  • HB 1736 Motor vehicle dealers; prohibits coercion by motor vehicle manufacturers and distributors.
  • HB 1738 Line of Duty Act; reimbursement of health insurance premiums to disabled State Police officers.
  • HB 1749 Special license plates; expired authorizations.
  • HB 1757 Servicemembers Civil Relief Act; attorney fees.
  • HB 1793 Life insurance; additional benefits for state and local employees called to active military duty.
  • HB 1822 Day spas; definition, wine license for on-premises consumption.
  • HB 1922 Water and sewer systems; certain fees shall not be lien on property.
  • HB 1983 Video display in motor vehicles; prohibits in view of driver.
  • HB 1997 Sex offenders; numerous changes authorizing release of information to Attorney General.
  • HB 2007 Transient occupancy tax; imposition in Carroll County.
  • HB 2029 Nonindigenous aquatic nuisance species; prohibited without permit, penalty.
  • HB 2038 Midwifery; licensure.
  • HB 2050 Unemployment compensation; weekly benefit amount.
  • HB 2084 Highway construction, maintenance, & improvmt.; Comm. to let all Dept. of Transportation contracts.
  • HB 2192 Landfills; distance from ground water supply and required replacement of nontidal wetlands.
  • HB 2238 Emergency medical services personnel training, response times, etc.; civil penalties.
  • HB 2408 Sewage disposal fees; included on real estate tax bills.
  • HB 2438 Methamphetamine; manufacturing when person under 18 yrs. of age is present, penalty.
  • HB 2512 Assisted living facilities; requires administrators to be licensed.
  • HB 2625 Cigarette and tobacco products; dealer discounts.
  • HB 2656 Obstetrical and pediatric care; pilot programs in certain areas.
  • HB 2679 Business license tax, local; appeals to court.
  • HB 2697 Churches; changes to modernize laws governing.
  • HB 2776 License plates, special; issuance to veterans of U.S. Army.
  • HB 2787 Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, Executive Council for; change in membership.
  • HB 2795 Jury panel; removes provision that allows person to be absent from work on day he serves.
  • HB 2804 Health care practitioners; immunity for making voluntary report regarding conduct or compentency.
  • HB 2866 Restructured Higher Education Financial and Administrative Operations Act; created, report.
  • HB 2869 Wire, electronic or oral communications; redefines jurisdiction for purposes of providing.
  • SB 891 Uniform Trust Code; created, modification to existing Code to accomodate.
  • SB 905 Capitol restoration; sale of surplus property and transfer of proceeds.
  • SB 926 Public easements; provisions for relocation.
  • SB 999 Gubernatorial appointments; confirmation processes.
  • SB 1027 Information Providers Network; change in authority.
  • SB 1139 Income tax, state and corporate; limits land preservation tax credits.
  • SB 1156 Methamphetamine; manufacturing when person under 18 yrs. of age is present, penalty.
  • SB 1159 Wireless E-911 Services Board; changes in provisions.
  • SB 1205 Driver's licenses; disposition of surrendered licenses on revocation or suspension.
  • SB 1276 Consumer reporting agencies; release of wage information by Employment Commission thereto.
  • SB 1327 Restructured Higher Education Financial and Administrative Operations Act; created, report.