95th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Dan Brown
Dan Brown
District 149

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Sponsored Bills
HB 1662 - (4379L.01T)
Authorizes the State Veterinarian to restrict the movement of animals or birds under investigation for the presence or suspected presence of a toxin
HB 1814 - (3690L.01I)
Allows licensed veterinarians to administer and prescribe legend drugs for use in only animals and changes the membership of an advisory committee to the Board of Pharmacy
HB 1944 - (4758L.01I)
Lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry endorsement from 23 to 21 years of age
HB 1945 - (4771L.01I)
Adds veterinarians to the statute of limitations for filing any action for medical malpractice against certain health care providers
HB 2087 - (3772L.01I)
Allows the Department of Revenue to issue a special event motor vehicle auction license to an applicant auctioning certain vehicles
HB 2147 - (5020L.02T)
Exempts certain students who are dependents of recently retired military personnel from the three-year attendance at a state school requirement for eligibility for a grant under the A+ Schools Program
HB 2243 - (5172L.01I)
Requires pharmacists and pharmacy technicians or interns to notify prescribing physicians, patients, or other persons identified by the patient before substituting on anti-epileptic drug for another
HB 2244 - (5171L.01I)
Requires the Governor to issue an annual proclamation designating February 14 as "Epilepsy Awareness Day"
HB 2309 - (5341L.01I)
Requires all owners of dogs and cats to have their animals vaccinated against rabies and to have the vaccination repeated periodically based on the animal's age or type of vaccine given or as otherwise required
HB 2471 - (5452L.01I)
Requires devices used to electronically monitor certain sexual offenders to immediately alert law enforcement if the offender travels into an area which has been restricted by law
HCR 59 - (4882L.01I)
Urges the Environmental Protection Agency to rescind its formal endangerment finding on greenhouse gases and urges our congressional delegation to vote against H.R. 2454 known as "Cap and Trade"
HCR 60 - (4883L.01I)
Directs the Governor to instruct the Department of Revenue pay interest on any taxpayer refund that is not paid out within 45 days after receipt of a tax return
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation