March 9, 1995 in Idaho

Legislative Action

Associated Press
 

Signed By Governor

SB1115 (Transportation) Requires use of safety seats for children under four years old or less than 40 pounds.

Sent To Governor

SB1119 (Transportation) Amends definitions in trucking laws on suspension axles and variable loads.

SB1120 (Agricultural Affairs) Clarifies application of penalties for violations of brand inspection laws.

SB1122 (Agricultural Affairs) Amends references to compensation regarding state Brand Board.

SB1135 (Health and Welfare) Amends schedule of fees for disposal of hazardous waste rendered nonhazardous through treatment or delisting.

HB172 (Education) Requires annual reports on alternative school funding.

HB188 (Transportation and Defense) Revamps provisions of the Motor Fuels Tax law.

HB319 (Appropriations) Allocates $2.3 million for 1996 operations of the Personnel Commission.

HB175 (Judiciary, Rules and Administration) Makes technical changes in the crime victims rights law.

HB216 (Revenue and Taxation) Expands the investment tax credit.

HB326 (Appropriations) Provides emergency cash for the Department of Health and Welfare.

HB192 (Business) Establishes legal recognition for limited liability partnerships.

Legislative Action Complete

SJM103 (Transportation) Message to president and Congress urging them to take steps to insure continued operation of Amtrak rail transportation system.

HJM1 (Revenue and Taxation) Urges Congress to approve legislation enabling states to collect sales tax on mail-order sales.

HCR11 (Environmental Affairs) Modifies water quality standards for arsenic content.

Confirmed By Senate

Roger Jones, Rupert to the Idaho Lottery Commission.

Donna Houtz-McArthur, Blackfoot to the Commission on Human Rights.

Susan Pliler, Twin Falls to the Commission on Human Rights.

Robert Trerise, Boise to the Commission on Human Rights.

Estella Ozuna Zamora, Caldwell to the Commission on Human Rights.

Jon Vestal, Boise as State Athletic Commissioner.

Killed By House

HB300 (Revenue and Taxation) Allows school districts to use private negotiated sale for general obligation bonds.

Introduced By House

HCR22 (Ways and Means) Amends rules of state Tax Commission regarding records required for motor fuels tax refund.

HCR23 (Education) Encouraging school districts to establish the experience-based career education program as adopted by the Twin Falls School District.

HB362 (Ways and Means) Prohibits lobbyists from knowingly deceiving or attempting to deceive legislators or legislative committees on who employs the lobbyist.

HB363 (Appropriations) Appropriates $15.1 million for 1996 operations of Department of Water Resources.

HB364 (Appropriations) Appropriates $4.1 million for 1996 operations of Legislative Services Office.

HB365 (State Affairs) Authorizes appointment of advisory board to Lottery Commission on charitable bingo games.

HB366 (Appropriations) Appropriates $50 million to Department of Fish and Game for 1996 operations.

HB367 (Appropriations) Appropriates $20.6 million to Department of Parks and Recreation for 1996 operations.

HB368 (Appropriations) Appropriates $10.7 million for junior college support for 1996 operations.

HB369 (Appropriations) Appropriates $250,000 for construction of specialized classroom space in the Gooding Joint School District.

HB370 (Appropriations) Appropriates $100,000 to hire a consultant for a study on the governance of higher education.

HB371 (Ways and Means) Revises Title 61, relating to motor carriers.

HB372 (Appropriations) Appropriates $2 million to the Executive Office of the Governor for 1996 operations.

HB373 (Appropriations) Appropriates $35.4 million to Department of Law Enforcement for 1996 operations.

Introduced In Senate

SB1256 (Finance) Allocates $662,000 for 1996 operations of the Human Rights Commission.

SB1257 (Finance) Allocates $3.6 million for 1996 operations of the Secretary of State’s office.

SB1258 (Finance) Allocates $9.8 million for 1996 operations of the State Controller’s office.

SB1259 (Finance) Allocates $9.5 million for 1996 operations of the State Insurance Fund.

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