(Rosenthal) - Nonviolent controlled substance offender expired program reenactment authorized.
(Mack) - Return on taxpayer investment (ROTI) methodology and practice for human services and corrections programs study and development money appropriated.
(Erhardt) - Active duty service members allowed to take a peace officer reciprocity examination.
(Metsa) - Motor vehicles; registration rules and periods clarified; trip permit rules, veteran special plate design, and record retention requirements modified; federal requirements conformed; background checks authorized for department employees; and language pertaining to senior identification cards clarified.
HF 828 (to be re-referred from Civil Law)
HF 804 (to be re-referred from Civil Law)
(Halverson) - Voter registration provisions modified, and election administration procedures modified for individuals who have been convicted of a felony.
(Hilstrom) - Transit operator assault criminal penalties prescribed.
(Mahoney) - Criminal history reliance for employment purposes limited, and remedies provided.
(Winkler) - Criminal sexual conduct offenses expanded for persons in current or recent positions of authority over juveniles.
(Simonson) - Repeat sex offender 36-month presumptive executed sentence provided.
(Simonson) - 911 fund-related provisions modified to make them available for statewide public safety radio communications.
(Paymar) - Domestic abuse provisions modified.
(Liebling) - Underage possession or consumption of alcohol immunity provided for a person contacting 911 to seek assistance for another.
(Allen) - Child sex trafficking prevention director established, sexually exploited youth provisions modified, grant programs established and amended relating to combating sexual exploitation of youth, related services and housing provided to victims, funding provided, and money appropriated.
(Cornish) - Prosecuting attorney or judge assault or death; enhanced penalties provided.
(Simonson) - Statewide Radio Board expanded and updated to include the latest emergency communication technologies and authorized to elect to become a statewide emergency communication board; tribal governments included in regional board structure; and comprehensive authority provided under board to address all emergency communications.
(Rosenthal) - Statewide Radio Board required to study and report on long-term funding strategies for the Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response (ARMER) and 911 systems.
(Simon) - Emergency 911 call new crimes created, and criminal penalties provided.