This bill passed the Senate 21-8 and was not heard in the House. Senate Bill 42, sponsored by Senator Dan McCay, aims to enact important policy changes for the Tangible Personal Property tax that imposes heavy compliance burdens...
This bill would automatically increase penalties for a crime merely because the offender had a "belief" or "perception" about the victim.
This bill decriminalizes sodomy and adultery and modifies penalties related to a number of crimes.
This bill compels a private organization engaging in limited political spending to publish its donors' information on a public, government list.
This bill eliminates redundant, duplicative business licenses that food truck owners are currently required to obtain.
Government should maintain a level playing field for private industry—not compete with it. This bill is a step in that direction.