100th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
SEXUAL OFFENSES


BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB114Pietzman, Randy HB 1145/6/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
  0138H.01P - Requires certain sexual offenders to be electronically monitored while relocating to a different county or city not within a county.
HB243Neely, Jim SCS HCS HBs 243 & 5447/9/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  1009S.03T - Allows victims of certain crimes to be released from certain lease agreements if documentation is provided to the landlord.
HB334Tate, Nate HB 3343/27/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
  0372H.02I - Prohibits children from being placed in the custody of individuals who have been found guilty of the offense of sexual trafficking of a child in the first degree.
HB397Coleman, Mary Elizabeth CCS SS SCS HCS HB 3977/11/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  0962H.08T - Modifies provisions regarding the protection of children.
HB467Walker, Cora Faith HB 4675/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
  0826H.01I - Establishes additional provisions relating to forensic examinations performed on victims of sexual offenses.
HB546Walker, Cora Faith HB 5465/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
  1338H.01I - Prohibits the prosecution of minor children for prostitution.
HB561Dinkins, Chris HB 5613/12/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  0124H.01I - Modifies a provision relating to sexual offenders who are Tier I sexual offenders.
HB574Dohrman, Dean HB 5742/20/2019 Referred: Higher Education
  0936H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to actionable words.
HB597Sommer, Chrissy HB 5973/12/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  1425H.01I - Changes the laws regarding certain sexual offenders staying in lodging establishments.
HB683Proudie, Raychel HB 6831/31/2019 Referred: Children and Families
  1583H.01I - Allows victims of domestic violence to be released from certain lease agreements if documentation of domestic violence is provided to the landlord.
HB760Walker, Cora Faith HB 7605/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  1401H.01I - Modifies the time limitation for commencing an action for sexual offenses in certain situations and establishes the "Survivors' Bill of Rights" for victims of sexual offenses.
HB826Hicks, Ron HCS HB 8264/9/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
  1808H.02C - Allows the Department of Health and Senior Services to deny an application for a child-care facility license if the facility will be located within 1,000 feet of a place where a registered sexual offender resides or receives treatment.
HB882Coleman, Mary Elizabeth HB 8824/11/2019 Voted Do Pass (H)
  1922H.01I - Modifies the offense and penalties of promoting prostitution in the first degree.
HB891Rowland, Rory HB 8915/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
  1925H.01I - Prohibits certain settlement agreements that contain confidentiality agreements.
HB938Mitten, Gina HB 9385/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  1458H.03I - Creates the offense of sexual conduct in the course of public duty.
HB1016Shawan, Jeff HCS HB 10164/25/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
  2142H.03C - Modifies who may give permission to certain offenders to be present on school property.
HB1033Neely, Jim HB 10334/18/2019 Referred: Judiciary
  2150H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the registration of sexual offenders.
HB1065Evans, David HCS HB 10654/30/2019 Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar (H)
  2231H.02C - Modifies provisions relating to criminal offenses.
HB1077Ingle, Keri HB 10775/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
  2216H.01I - Establishes the "Enough is Enough Act."
HB1151Evans, David HCS HB 11514/24/2019 Second read and referred: Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
  2347H.03P - Modifies provisions relating to sexual offenders.
SB60Neely, Jim HCS SCS SB 605/16/2019 Placed on the Informal Third Reading Calendar (H)
  0147H.06C - Modifies provisions relating to criminal offenses
SB333Kidd, Bill SB 3337/9/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  1779S.01T - Authorizes certain fire protection districts and municipalities to propose a 0.5% sales tax for fire protection