100th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
MERCHANDISING PRACTICES


BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1420Richey, Doug HB 14201/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  3637H.01I - Changes the law regarding tobacco products by requiring retailers to display signs of the local age requirement if it is different from the state's age requirement
HB1463Shaul, Dan HB 14631/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  3983H.01I - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances restricting the use of plastic bags or other disposable containers
HB1529Razer, Greg HB 15291/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  3409H.01I - Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer
HB1643Taylor, Jered HB 16432/6/2020 Referred: General Laws
  4099H.01I - Requires all nonfood items sold in the state capitol to be made in the USA
HB1728Shaul, Dan HB 17281/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4360H.01I - Regulates the sale of returnable containers
HB1730Shaul, Dan HB 17301/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  3220H.01I - Changes the law regarding tobacco products by raising the required age to purchase and possession from eighteen to twenty-one
HB1736Plocher, Dean HB 17363/18/2020 Placed Back on Third Reading Calendar
  3111H.01P - Changes the law regarding the regulation of securities
HB1833Green, Alan HB 18331/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4264H.01I - Prohibits the sale of an assault weapon to a person under the age of 21
HB1856Bosley, LaKeySha HB 18561/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4088H.01I - Changes the law regarding the sale of firearm ammunition
HB1872Gregory, David HB 18721/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4269H.01I - Modifies provisions of unlawful merchandising practices by excluding certain contracts for residences from the law
HB1878Billington, Hardy HB 18783/11/2020 Reported Do Not Pass (H)
  4213H.01I - Establishes mandatory warranties for HVAC products
HB1912Bailey, Dottie HCS HB 19123/12/2020 Second read and referred: Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety
  4417H.02P - Modifies provisions relating to recreation vehicle dealer agreements
HB2031Ellebracht, Mark HB 20311/9/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4561H.01I - Requires arbitration agreements for certain disputes to be in a separate agreement
HB2135Lavender, Deb HB 21351/15/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4029H.01I - Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer
HB2159Unsicker, Sarah HB 21591/23/2020 Withdrawn (H)
  4764H.02I - Changes the law regarding tobacco products by raising the required age to purchase and possession from eighteen to twenty-one and banning the sale of flavored tobacco products
HB2243Trent, Curtis HB 22431/23/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4985H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to civil actions for unlawful merchandising practices
HB2250Pollock, Suzie HB 22501/23/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  4767H.01I - Changes the law regarding alternative nicotine and vapor products by taxing and regulating them as tobacco products
HB2369Hovis, Barry HB 23692/27/2020 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  4638H.02I - Changes the laws regarding consumer products so that certain individuals and businesses have a right to repair information from certain manufacturers
HB2395Mackey, Ian HB 23952/5/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  3380H.01I - Specifies that the seller of a firearm must verify the age of the purchaser
HB2459Burnett, Ingrid HB 24592/13/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  5240H.01I - Repeals the state prohibition of local governments regulating paper and plastic bags
HB2492Fishel, Craig HB 24922/19/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  5333H.01I - Changes the certain financial regulations
HB2541McCreery, Tracy HB 25412/27/2020 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  5351H.01I - Changes the laws regarding consumer products so that certain individuals and businesses have a right to repair information from certain manufacturers
HB2614Lavender, Deb HB 26142/27/2020 Read Second Time (H)
  5471H.01I - Changes the law regarding tobacco products by subjecting alternative nicotine products and vapor products to a tobacco tax, raising the required age to purchase and possession from eighteen to twenty-one, and banning the sale of flavored tobacco products