March 22, 1995 in Idaho

Legislative Action

Associated Press
 

Signed By Governor

HB162 (Revenue and Taxation) Amends law allowing deduction for donations of technological equipment to public universities, colleges, community colleges and technical colleges.

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

HB364 (Appropriations) Allocates $4.2 million for 1996 operations of the Legislative Council.

HB369 (Appropriations) Allocates $250,000 for facilities at the State School for the Deaf and Blind.

HB372 (Appropriations) Allocates $2 million for 1996 operations of the governor’s office.

HB351 (Ways and Means) Allows firsttime hunting violator under 21 to be required to attend remedial hunting courses.

SB1285 (Finance) Appropriates $502 million to Department of Health and Welfare for 1996 operations.

SB1286 (Finance) Appropriates $137.8 million to Department of Health and Welfare for 1996 operations of family-community services and rehabilitation.

SB1280 (Finance) Appropriates $24.6 million to Department of Lands for 1996 operations.

SB1281 (Finance) Appropriates $19 million to Department of Juvenile Corrections for 1996 operations; appropriates $1.2 million for Juvenile Justice Commission’s 1996 operations.

SB1282 (Finance) Appropriates $12.2 million to attorney general’s office for 1996 operations.

SB1283 (Finance) Appropriates $7.4 million to Catastrophic Health Care Cost Fund for 1996 operations.

SB1279 (Finance) Appropriates $279.5 million to Department of Transportation for 1996 operations.

SB1275 (Finance) Appropriates $38,000 for Agricultural Research and Cooperative Extension Service for 1996 research on sugar beet rhizomania.

SB1276 (Finance) Appropriates $40,000 for center for Business Development and Research at University of Idaho.

SB1190 (Commerce and Human Resources) Sets out procedures for handling reconveyance of deeds of trust.

SB1278 (Finance) Appropriates $2.6 million for special programs under state Board of Education for 1996 operations.

SB1009 (State Affairs) Creates a Constitutional Defense Fund and appropriates $1 million to it.

SB1069 (Health and Welfare) Clarifies law on responsibility for employees of Department of Health and Welfare to report child abuse; deletes ministers from list of professionals required to report child abuse.

SB1108 (Health and Welfare) Exempts ordained minister of religion from requirement to report allegations of child abuse.

SB1151 (Commerce and Human Resources) Gives banks a $5 garnishment search fee and information to identify defendants on bank records.

SB1219 (Finance) Creates State Trust for Outdoor Recreation Act.

SB1075 (Education) Amends educational support program by establishing a minimum distribution amount for each school district.

HB52 (Simpson) Authorizes transmittal of child support payments to person or entity having physical care of a child.

HB100 (business) Amends laws on installation of electrical service for manufactured housing.

HB318 (Revenue and Taxation) Requires a permit and license fee for amusement devices in lieu of collection of sales tax.

HB388 (Appropriations) Appropriates $5.6 million for health education programs under state Board of Education for 1996 operations.

HB389 (Appropriations) Appropriates $33.1 million to Department of Health and Welfare for direct and indirect veterans services for 1996 operations.

HB370 (Ways and Means) Appropriates $100,000 to study higher education governance.

HB383 (Appropriations) Appropriates $66,000 to support the Ashton-Tetonia recreation corridor.

HB387 (Appropriations) Appropriates $40 million for 1996 operations of the Division of Environmental Quality and oversight of the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.

HB391 (Appropriations) Appropriates $134,000 for additional staff to handle the Snake River Basin Water Rights Adjudication.

SB1199 (Resources and Environment) Extends waiver of fee required for an application for permit to appropriate water for one year.

SB1215 (State Affairs) Modifies the fees for the motorcycle endorsement law.

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