2001 Legislation Sponsored by Rep. Kelly

2001 Regular Session Legislation
Sponsored by Representative Gary Kelly

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HB428
Creates crime of eluding a law enforcement official.
HCS HB 428 -- (LR# 1168L.02P)
SENATE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE
Public Hearing Held (S)
HB429
Allows retired teachers to work in school districts with teacher shortages without losing retirement benefits.
HB429 -- (LR# 1170L.01I)
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB430
Creates the Policemen's and Sheriff's Deputies' Trust Fund for minimum peace officer salaries.
HB430 -- (LR# 1166L.01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HB490
Prohibits alcohol in the Capitol except upon order of the Governor.
HB490 -- (LR# 1164L.01I)
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB700
Modifies certain driver's license provisions and provides for license suspension and setting of bond in fatal motor vehicle accidents.
HB700 -- (LR# 1582L.01I)
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB884
Requires proof city property tax (where applicable) has been paid before registration of motor vehicle.
HB884 -- (LR# 2002L.01I)
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB885
Loosens restrictions on certain outdoor advertising by non-profit entities.
HB885 -- (LR# 1994L.01I)
Referred: Transportation (H)

COSPONSOR


HB354
Makes it a crime to sell or attempt to sell a child.
HB354 -- (LR# 1030L.01I)
CRIMINAL LAW
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB427
Adopts a new voluntary five-level minimum teacher salary plan.
HB427 -- (LR# 1169L.01I)
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB691
Makes notice of reregistration of motor vehicles mandatory.
Approved SCS HB 691 -- (LR# 1653S.02T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB876
Allows pharmacists to refuse to fill prescriptions that are contrary to established policies or to their beliefs.
HB876 -- (LR# 2046L.01I)
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
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Last Updated November 26, 2001 at 11:49 am