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SF 40 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to hunting and fishing privileges for certain disabled veterans.
SF 39 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to lifetime hunting and fishing licenses available for certain disabled veterans.
SF 17 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
exempting from the individual income tax the wages of individuals who provide services to disabled individuals and including effective date and applicability provisions.
SF 60 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to the transfer between trusts for persons with disabilities.
SF 53 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to the electronic delivery of ballots to persons with certain physical disabilities.
HF 90 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
prohibiting discrimination in housing provided to persons with a disability or disability-related need for an assistance animal and providing penalties.
HF 33 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
requiring the installation and maintenance of adult changing stations at highway rest areas.
SF 38 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
requiring the installation and maintenance of adult changing stations at highway rest areas.
SF 56 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
rela ting to municipal meters parking permits for purple heart recipients and wounded veterans, providing penalties, and making penalties applicable.
HSB 70 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to interpreters and translators for limited-English-proficient, deaf, and hard-of-hearing persons in certain legal proceedings, making appropriations, and including effective date provisions.