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HF 42 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
providing for the establishment of a school safety hotline, internet site, and mobile internet application, and providing penalties.
HF 78 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to the use of recording devices on private property by state entities and including effective date provisions.
HF 88 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to the provision of audio-only telehealth or telemedicine by health care professionals.
SF 27 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
limiting the amount of research activities tax credit that is refundable and including retroactive applicability provisions.
SF 81 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to a pilot program to allow Medicaid members to participate in direct primary care agreements.
SF 26 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to the electronic recording of a custodial interrogation in a criminal or juvenile case.
SF 55 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to standards for carbon monoxide protection and making penalties applicable.
HF 77 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to requirements for and restrictions on special minor’s driver’s licenses, and making penalties applicable.
HSB 53 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to the development and utilization of high-speed electronic transmission mediums.
SF 29 (Introduced)
89th General Assembly
relating to the office of the chief information officer, including procurement preferences and a report detailing state information technology assets.