This bill removes a requirement for police officers to obtain a warrant before accessing a person's prescription drug history.
This bill allocates 30 million taxpayer dollars, and 10 million dollars every year in the future, to be spent on subsidizing "affordable housing" for individuals who qualify.
This bill prohibits driver license suspensions for failure to pay court debt, and failure to appear in many non-driving related offenses.
This bill would create a criminal penalty for gun owners who do not securely store their firearms in the home so minors may not access them.
This bill would allow local governments to create "rent control" laws that arbitrarily impose price restrictions on the cost of renting property.
This bill would re-introduce mandatory vehicle safety inspections for vehicles sold by a used car dealer.
This bill punishes drivers for manipulating their cell phone while driving.