Bills on the Senate Floor: Day 39

Speaking of Agnes Scott, there’s a tradition (that’s actually a requirement – or at least it used to be a requirement, but I’m #olde and times might have changed) that when a student is accompanied by a male in a dormitory hallway, she must announce his presence by saying, “Man on the hall!” Sometimes this call would be quiet and perfunctory; sometimes it would be shouted with relish: “MAN on the HALL!”

Anyway, that’s how I hear “Bills on the floor.” So with that, here are today’s BILLS on the FLOOR! There are a lot of them, so you can read them after the jump:

  • SR 403 – State Election Board; Seth Harp, Jr.; appoint (RULES-48th)
  • HB 5 – Courts; compensation of juvenile court judges; change provisions (Substitute) (JUDY-46th) Caldwell-131st
  • HB 15 – Courts; certain civil pleadings to be filed electronically; require (Substitute) (JUDY-19th) Willard-51st
  • HB 37 – Education; private postsecondary institutions in Georgia shall not adopt sanctuary policies; provide (H ED-53rd) Erhart-36th
  • HB 50 – Livestock; liability protection for certain activities; provide (AG&CA-8th) Pirkle-155th
  • HB 64 – Protection and Guarantee of Service for Health Insurance Consumers Act; enact (Substitute) (I&L-9th) Blackmon-146th
  • HB 67 – Crimes and offenses; entering a motor vehicle with the intent to commit a theft or felony; provide for increased punishment (Substitute) (JUDY-30th) Boddie-62nd
  • HB 73 – Income tax credit; incentives to promote the revitalization of rural Georgia downtowns; provide (Substitute) (FIN-11th) Houston-170th
  • HB 76 – Superior courts; change certain requirements and certifications for certain maps, plats, and plans for filing with clerk; provisions (Substitute) (JUDY-23rd) Jasperse-11th
  • HB 87 – Corporations, partnerships, and associations; multiple-year registrations for certain types of business organizations; provide (Substitute) (ED&T-19th) Raffensperger-50th
  • HB 92 – Insurance; automobile or motorcycle policies; expand definition of policy (Substitute) (I&L-9th) Carson-46th
  • HB 117 – Sales and use tax; certain voluntary contributions; exclude from definition of retail sales (FIN-56th) Watson-172nd
  • HB 118 – Fantasy Contests Act; enact (Substitute) (RI&U-45th) Kelley-16th
  • HB 125 – Sales and use tax; certain tangible personal property sold or used to maintain a boat; create exemption (Substitute) (FIN-1st) Stephens-164th
  • HB 126 – Courts; Judicial Qualifications Commission; change provisions (Substitute) (JUDY-18th) Willard-51st
  • HB 136 – Drivers’ licenses; demarcation of a valid driver’s license, permit, or identification card; provide (Substitute) (Amend) (PUB SAF-7th) Carter-175th
  • HB 138 – Superior courts; fifth judge of the Northeastern Judicial Circuit; provide (Substitute) (JUDY-49th) Hawkins-27th
  • HB 139 – Education; provide transparency of financial information of local school systems and schools; provisions (ED&Y-28th) Belton-112th
  • HB 149 – Law enforcement; comprehensive regulation of trauma scene cleanup services; provisions (PUB SAF-56th) Powell-32nd
  • HB 150 – State Road and Tollway Authority; failure to pay tolls; place hold on motor vehicle registration (Substitute) (TRANS-30th) Powell-32nd
  • HB 154 – Dental hygienists; perform certain functions under general supervision; authorize (Substitute) (H&HS-45th) Cooper-43rd
  • HB 155 – Georgia Musical Investment Act; enact (Substitute) (FIN-53rd) Carter-175th
  • HB 160 – Mass transportation; create Georgia Commission on Transit Governance and Funding, provisions (Substitute) (TRANS-51st) Tanner-9th
  • HB 165 – Medical practice; maintenance of certification shall not be required; provide (H&HS-1st) Price-48th
  • HB 196 – Income tax; exemption for royalties paid to musical artists; provide (FIN-11th) Dollar-45th
  • HB 197 – Fair Business Practices Act; requirements for solicitations of services for obtaining a copy of an instrument conveying real estate; provide (JUDY-18th) Teasley-37th
  • HB 198 – Elementary and secondary education; influenza vaccine; provide information (ED&Y-50th) Dempsey-13th
  • HB 206 – The Pharmacy Audit Bill of Rights; certain audits conducted by the Department of Community Health; remove exception; provisions (Substitute) (H&HS-6th) Kelley-16th
  • HB 208 – Game and fish; boat registration fees and additional methods for reporting the sale of boats; revise (Substitute) (NR&E-9th) Rhodes-120th
  • HB 217 – Income tax credit; certain scholarship organizations; increase amount of the aggregate cap on contributions (Substitute) (FIN-27th) Carson-46th
  • HB 231 – Controlled substances; Schedules I, II, IV and V; change certain provisions (JUDY-52nd) Broadrick-4th
  • HB 234 – Motor vehicles; drivers stop at crosswalks with user activated rectangular rapid-flash beacons; require (PUB SAF-50th) Frye-118th
  • HB 237 – Public Education Innovation Fund Foundation; receive private donations for grants to public schools; provisions (Substitute) (FIN-37th) Coleman-97th
  • HB 243 – Minimum wage; require additional pay to employees based on schedule changes; preempt local government mandates (I&L-16th) Werkheiser-157th
  • HB 247 – Sales and use tax; machinery used to mix or transport concrete; exempt (FIN-7th) LaRiccia-169th
  • HB 250 – Foster homes; employee with satisfactory fingerprint records check in past 24 months exempt from additional background check; provide (Substitute) (SJUDY-49th) Ballinger-23rd
  • HB 251 – Emergency management; personnel go on private property as necessary to perform duties during a state of emergency; authorize (PUB SAF-13th) Ealum-153rd
  • HB 253 – Special license plates; dog and cat reproductive sterilization support program; increase the proportion of moneys derived from the sale (Substitute) (PUB SAF-54th) Willard-51st
  • HB 257 – Local government authorities; register with Department of Community Affairs; require (SLGO (G)-7th) Tankersley-160th
  • HB 273 – Quality Basic Education Act; daily recess for students in kindergarten and grades one through five; provide (Substitute) (ED&Y-12th) Douglas-78th
  • HB 279 – Domestic relations; name change requested by victim of family violence; provide separate process (JUDY-22nd) Ballinger-32nd
  • HB 280 – Firearms; license holders; carrying and possession of certain weapons in certain buildings or real property owned or leased to public institutions of postsecondary education; authorize (Substitute) (JUDY) Ballinger-23rd
  • HB 292 – Firearms; laws relating to the carrying of weapons and safety; revise and clarify (Substitute) (JUDY-7th) Jasperse-11th
  • HB 312 – Employees’ Retirement System of Georgia; Board of Trustees; include a qualified Roth contribution program in compensation plans (RET-8th) Maxwell-17th
  • HB 322 – Military; war veterans; change definition (VM&HS-6th) Hitchens- 161st
  • HB 323 – Code Revision Commission; revise, modernize, correct errors or omissions of said Code (JUDY-23rd) Caldwell-131st
  • HB 329 – Income tax; rate of tax imposed on the taxable net income of individuals; modify (Substitute) (FIN-6th) Powell-171st
  • HB 342 – Enterprise zones; certain urban redevelopment zones; provide designation (FIN-49th) Efstration-104th
  • HB 343 – Criminal procedure; certain outdated terminology; replace (Substitute) (JUDY-19th) Hilton-95th
  • HB 344 – Paternity; parties beyond movants in a child support case request a genetic test; allow (JUDY-13th) Dempsey-13th
  • HB 370 – Council of Municipal Court Judges of Georgia; create and administer savings and deferred compensation plans for members; authorize (RET-8th) Hilton-95th
  • HB 405 – Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency; establish state-wide system to facilitate the transport and distribution of essentials in commerce during a state of emergency; require (PUB SAF-1st) Hitchens-161st
  • HB 406 – Weapons; reciprocity of recognizing and giving effect to licenses to carry from other states; revise requirements (JUDY-7th) Powell-32nd
  • HB 412 – Motor vehicles; certain documents relating to registration and certificate of title of certain vehicles; provide for electronic submission (PUB SAF-56th) Barr-103rd
  • HB 413 – Public utilities; regulation of certain matters pertaining to rural telephone cooperatives; provisions (Substitute) (RI&U-18th) Parsons-44th
  • HB 419 – Fireworks; certain counties further regulate use or ignition; enable authority (Substitute) (PUB SAF-7th) Silcox-52nd
  • HB 427 – Physicians and Health Care Practitioners for Rural Areas Assistance Act; enact (H&HS-1st) Newton-123rd
  • HB 428 – Downtown development authorities; authorize assessments (RI&U-51st) Martin-49th
  • HB 430 – Governor’s Education Reform Commission; charter schools; implement recommendations (Substitute) (ED&Y-40th) Brockway-102nd
  • HB 434 – Eminent domain; requirement that condemnations not be converted to any use other than public use for 20 years; provide exception (JUDY-3rd) Willard-51st
  • HB 452 – Georgia Bureau of Investigation; publicly post certain information to extent permitted by federal law; require (Substitute) (PUB SAF-6th) Petrea-116th
  • HB 469 – Motor vehicle franchise practices; provide for definitions; provisions (Substitute) (RI&U-51st) Shaw-176th
  • HB 470 – Economic Development, Department of; grants to certain organizations supporting military communities; create program (ED&T-30th) Blackmon-146th
  • HB 472 – Motor vehicles and traffic; following requirements for vehicles in a procession when speed is coordinated automatically; provide exception (Substitute) (TRANS-21st) Epps-144th
  • HB 474 – Driver Services, Department of; drivers’ manual include best practices during traffic stop by law enforcement; require (Substitute) (PUB SAF-7th) Hugley-136th
  • HB 481 – Aviation; unmanned aircraft systems; provide for preemption (TRANS-21st) Tanner-9th
  • HB 485 – Distilled spirits; referendum election be held prior to issuance of licenses to manufacture; remove requirement (RI&U-17th) Glanton-75th
  • HB 486 – Georgia Registered Professional Nurse Practice Act; training of proxy caregivers; provisions (H&HS-13th) Benton-31st
  • HB 506 – Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Act of 1965; award certain contracts involving concessions; provide for vote by Board (TRANS-21st) Taylor-79th
  • HB 515 – State house districts; revise boundaries of a certain district (Substitute) (R&R-1st) Caldwell-131st
  • HR 25 – Senior Airman Tre Francesco Porfirio Memorial Intersection; Camden County; dedicate (Substitute) (TRANS-21st) Spencer-180th

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