96th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative John McCaherty
John McCaherty
District 090

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Sponsored Bills
HB 1115 - (4285L.01I)
Establishes the Paperless Documents and Forms Act which requires the Department of Revenue to develop and implement a method of providing to the public all department documents and forms electronically
HB 1125 - (4240L.01I)
Revises the crime of property damage in the first degree to include damaging a motor vehicle while making entry into it to steal or when the damage occurs while committing the crime within the vehicle
HB 1301 - (5163L.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the licensure requirements as an emergency medical technician for a honorably discharged veteran
HB 1315 - (5034L.01T)
Requires a leave to be granted to state employees and certain other employees who are members of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary when performing authorized military duties
HB 1484 - (5316L.01P)
Establishes the Paperless Documents and Forms Act which authorizes the Department of Revenue to use technology to allow the filing of certain forms and the sending of certain notifications
HB 1489 - (4428L.02I)
Freezes the assessed valuation of residential property owned by certain taxpayers 67 years of age or older and limits increases in their property taxes
HB 1933 - (5798L.02I)
Establishes the Abortion Ban for Sex Selection and Genetic Abnormalities Act of 2012 to prohibit an abortion solely due to the sex of the unborn child or a genetic abnormality diagnosis
HJR 87 - (6237L.01I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives from 163 to 101
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation