97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1090McCaherty, John HCS HB 10906/10/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  4206H.04T - Allows any Department of Corrections employee who has accrued overtime hours to use those hours as compensatory leave time
HB1155Hubbard, Penny HB 11551/9/2014 Referred: Special Standing Committee on Urban Issues
  4700L.01I - Requires the department of corrections to implement various correctional health care system changes to provide cost savings and improve claims payment
HB1402Ellington, Brandon HB 14024/9/2014 Voted Do Pass (H)
  4540L.02I - Requires the Department of Corrections to perform specified actions to improve the ability of working inmates to obtain employment upon release from incarceration
HB1409Rizzo, John HB 14091/28/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  5240L.01I - Establishes the Commission on Lethal Injection Administration and places a moratorium on the death penalty until certain procedures and protocols are adopted and implemented
HB1412Phillips, Don HCS HB 14126/27/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5204H.02T - Changes the laws regarding the filing of a fraudulent document with the Secretary of State or a recorder of deeds
HB1470Brattin, Rick HB 14702/3/2014 Referred: General Laws
  5440H.01I - Adds the option of by firing squad to the manner by which the death penalty may be inflicted
HB1471Brattin, Rick HB 14714/9/2014 Voted Do Pass (H)
  5437H.01I - Requires all inmates receiving an on-site non-emergency medical examination or treatment from correctional center personnel to be charged 50 cents per visit
HB1505Ellington, Brandon HB 15051/29/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  5467L.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to periodically review the case history of certain convicted offenders serving sentences of more than 15 years or life without parole
HB1685Neely, Jim CCS#2 SS HCS HB 16857/14/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5556H.08T - Allows physicians to prescribe certain investigational drugs, biological products, or devices to certain eligible terminally ill patients
HB1737Burlison, Eric HB 17374/24/2014 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  5843L.01I - Authorizes the Department of Corrections to promulgate rules to administer the death penalty
HB1754Walton Gray, Rochelle HB 17542/26/2014 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
  4656L.01I - Allows certain inmates who become physically or mentally disabled, infirm, incompetent, or incapacitated to be released on parole if they are eligible for specified federal medical or financial benefits
HB1817Lair, Mike HB 18174/1/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5861H.01I - Authorizes the early parole of certain offenders over the age of 65
HB1951McGaugh, Joe Don HB 19512/25/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  6025L.01I - Requires the State Auditor to conduct an analysis of the cost of administering the death penalty
HB2090Ellington, Brandon HB 20905/16/2014 Referred: Corrections
  6345L.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to periodically review the case history of certain convicted offenders serving sentences of more than 15 years or life without parole
HB2214Berry, T.J. HB 22144/8/2014 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  6439H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the filing of a fraudulent financing statement with the Secretary of State
SB491Cox, Stanley HCS SS SCS SB 4914/28/2014 Delivered to Governor
  4153H.07T - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
SB640Emery, Ed SB 64012/19/2013 Prefiled in the Senate (S)
  4883S.01I - Allows a court to place a person on electronic monitoring with victim notification if a person has been charged with, or found guilty of, violating an order of protection
SB681Curls, Shalonn SB 6811/8/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  4893S.01I - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 15 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole
SB753Keaveny, Joseph SB 7531/21/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5529S.01I - Requires the state Auditor to compare the costs of death penalty cases and first-degree murder cases in which the death penalty is not sought
SB779Munzlinger, Brian SB 7791/27/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5479S.01I - Allows Department of Corrections employees' overtime to accrue upon completion of time worked in excess of an employee's normal shift
SB804Schaaf, Rob SB 8041/30/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5750S.01I - Modifies rulemaking provisions relating to executions, prohibits use of paper money to buy execution drugs, and bars certain people from being members of execution teams
SB826Brown, Dan SB 8262/5/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5797S.01I - Provides that corrections officers are to receive hazardous duty pay in addition to their regular pay
SB879Sifton, Scott SB 8792/18/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5365S.01I - Requires every individual who is 17 years old or older and arrested for any felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling
SB889Parson, Mike SB 8892/18/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5979S.02I - Requires the state to pay the cost of incarceration and electronic monitoring of criminal defendants found guilty of felony offenses
SB898Schaefer, Kurt SB 8982/19/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6142S.02I - Allows the Department of Corrections to determine the manner of executions rather than requiring executions be by lethal gas or injection
SCR27Keaveny, Joseph SCR 274/1/2014 Perfected (S)
  5528S.01I - Requires the Oversight Division of the Committee on Legislative Research to study the costs of death penalty cases