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Legislative Action

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Sent to governor

HB106 (Appropriations) - Authorizes $25.8 million in emergency spending for the Transportation Department in the current budget.

Introduced in House

HJM3 (Resources and Conservation) - Urges Forest Service to reconsider its management plan for Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.

HB193 (Judiciary, Rules and Administration) - Clarifies grounds upon which a court may determine that a guardian is necessary for a minor.

HB194 (Judiciary, Rules and Administration) - Includes children residing with grandparents when considering awards of public assistance.

HB195 (Business) - Provides that upon completion of installation of mobile or manufactured home, responsible managing employee of the licensed installer shall inspect the installation.

HB196 (Business) - Allows licensed real estate broker or salesman to sell new manufactured homes when that sale also includes real estate if he has a written agreement with licensed manufactured home dealer.

HB197 (Business) - Clarifies requirements of brokers placing business with a surplus line insurer.

HB198 (Business) - Defines terms and specifications within the Idaho Insurance Guaranty Association Act.

HB199 (Business) - Technical corrections to Idaho Property Condition Disclosure Act.

HB200 (Resources and Conservation) - Changes regulations on well drilling; provides that only licensed drillers may lawfully abandon wells.

HB201 (Resources and Conservation) - Amends laws on exchanges or transfers of water.

HB202 (State Affairs) - Removes obsolete provisions from building and safety codes.

HB203 (Revenue and Taxation) - Eliminates ability of taxing districts to use “foregone amount” of property tax revenue in subsequent budgets.

HB204 (Revenue and Taxation) - Increases state sales tax by one-half cent to fund school facilities, bonds or acquiring property.

Introduced in Senate

SB1109 (Judiciary and Rules) - Doubles the cost of copying court records to $4 a page.

SB1110 (Judiciary and Rules) - Allows court reporters to accrue vacation time.

SB1111 (State Affairs) - Raises the salary of the tax commissioners to $65,000 a year.

SB1112 (State Affairs) - Sets up procedure for changing political parties while in office.

SB1113 (State Affairs) - Establishes procedures to assure public records are not used for mailing or telephone solicitation.

SB1114 (Local Government and Taxation) - Exempts some disaster relief construction work from public works contractor requirements.

SB1115 (Health and Welfare) - Extends state law governing medical research to health care organizations other than hospitals.

SB1116 (Health and Welfare) - Sets child-staff ratios for day-care centers.

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