February 15, 1997 in Idaho

Legislative Action

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Introduced in House

HCR14 (Education) Rejects state Board of Education rule on personnel standards for classroom assistants and classified personnel.

HB314 (Revenue and Taxation) Defines newly constructed single family homes as business inventory and exempts from taxation for one year after construction or until time of occupancy, whichever comes first.

HB315 (Revenue and Taxation) Repeals requirement for certain taxpayers making a water’s edge election to file a spreadsheet with Idaho state tax return.

HB316 (Revenue and Taxation) Allows certain taxpayers making a water’s edge election to file spreadsheet no later than six months after filing an Idaho tax return.

HB317 (Revenue and Taxation) Corrects procedures for calculating property tax budget limitations.

HB318 (Revenue and Taxation) Expands the types of payments that must be transmitted to state treasurer’s office electronically.

HB319 (Education) Encourages and enables secondary pupils to enroll in non-sectarian courses or programs in eligible post-secondary institutions.

HB320 (Education) Increases access to publicly funded mental health services for children with serious emotional disturbances and their families.

HB321 (Revenue and Taxation) Revises state laws on unclaimed property.

Introduced in Senate

SCR111 (Commerce and Human Resources) Rejects an Industrial Commission rule on first aid and personal protection equipment.

SCR112 (Commerce and Human Resources) Rejects an Industrial Commission rule on general safety and health standards.

SCR113 (Commerce and Human Resources) Rejects a Building Safety Division rule on electrical specialty licensing and specialty experience requirements.

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