House Files 3130, 3090, 3089, 2695, 891, 3131, 3312, 3381 are division reports.
(Bigham) - Implied consent, driving while impaired, and ignition interlock provisions modified.
(Bigham) - Controlled substances schedule amended by adding tramadol to schedule IV.
(Johnson) - Wireless telecommunications service providers authorized to provide call locations for emergencies, and Kelsey Smith Act provided.
(Ruud) - Pregnant women mandatory reporting requirements modified.
(Lesch) - Fire departments authorized to access criminal history data on current employees.
(Hilstrom) - Stalking crime modified.
(Paymar) - Statutory cap on bail modified for nonfelony domestic abuse offenders, domestic abuse no contact order law recodified and clarified, tampering with a witness crime expanded, data communications network requirement clarified to include orders for protection and no contact orders, and criminal penalties imposed.
(Paymar) - Multijurisdictional gang and drug task forces certification process established.
(Champion) - Criminal record expungement authorized for individuals who have received stays of adjudication or diversion, expungements authorized without petitions in cases where charges were dismissed against a person upon prosecutorial approval and with victim notification, and persons petitioning for an expungement required to provide a copy of the criminal complaint or police report.
(Mullery) - Interstate Compact for Juveniles adopted.
(Greiling) - Criminal penalty provided for intentionally rendering a service animal unable to perform its duties, offenders convicted of harming service animals required to pay restitution, and civil remedies are not precluded by the criminal penalty for harming service animals.
(Mullery) - Juvenile history data retention increased to one year for a child who was arrested but not referred to a diversion program and delinquency petition has not been filed.