SIGNED BY GOVERNOR
SB1029 (Finance) - Makes an emergency appropriation to the School for the Deaf and Blind in the current budget.
HB112 (Appropriations) - Makes an emergency appropriation to the Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired in the current budget.
SENT TO GOVERNOR
SB1039 (Finance) - Supplemental appropriation of $110,600 in current budget for Idaho Racing Commission.
CONFIRMED BY SENATE
John Hatch, Boise, as director of the Department of Agriculture.
Robert Purcell, Twin Falls, as director of the Department of Labor and Industrial Services.
LEGISLATIVE ACTION COMPLETE
HCR7 (State Affairs) - Claims Idaho sovereignty under the 10th amendment to the U.S. Constitution over all powers not otherwise granted the federal government.
INTRODUCED IN HOUSE
HB182 (State Affairs) - Requires contractors to register with the Public Works Contractor State Licensing Board.
INTRODUCED IN SENATE
SB1081 (Education) - Includes limited English proficiency students as special factor in calculation of state aid to individual school districts.
SB1082 (Judiciary and Rules) - Revises the Investment Securities section of the Uniform Commercial Code.
SB1083 (Judiciary and Rules) - Details legal requirements for binding premarital agreements.
SB1084 (Judiciary and Rules) - Clarifies circumstances contributing to imposition of the death penalty and limiting opportunities for repeated appeals.
SB1085 (Judiciary and Rules) - Sets up a commercial affairs program for the Uniform Commercial Code operation.
SB1086 (Resources and Environment) - Changes the deadline for renewing state land leases from September to June.
SB1087 (Resources and Environment) - Sets guidelines for state salvage timber sales.
SB1088 (Resources and Environment) - Repeals antiquated reforestation law.
SB1089 (Resources and Environment) - Sets out parcels for lease by the State Endowment.
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