After a bill is introduced, the chair of a legislative committee to which a bill is referred may request that a fiscal note be prepared on the proposed legislation. A fiscal note request is then assigned to a state agency or agencies that can best determine the fiscal impact. After review, the fiscal note is presented to the Legislature and becomes an integral part of the decision-making process.
Companion to SF2736 which was approved by the Governor. SF2736 authorized counties to establish pilot projects to use GPS to monitor domestic abuse offenders.
Companion to SF2546 which was approved by the Governor. SF2546 modified and clarified predatory offender registration requirements.
This approved bill modified the provisions governing criminal record expungement.
Companion to SF2571 which was approved by the Governor. SF2571 provided criminal vehicular homicide or operation statute technical amendments.
Companion to SF1246 which was approved by the Governor. SF1246 clarified motor vehicle collision requirements and change of terminology.
Companion to SF685 which was approved by the Governor. SF685 required simultaneous competency and civil commitment examinations for defendants.
Companion to SF1360 which was approved by the Governor. SF1360 expanded the felony penalty for fraudulent or otherwise improper financing statements to include retaliation against a police officer.
This approved bill expanded the felony fifth-degree criminal sexual conduct offense to include under section 2, that an offender can be sentenced up to seven years in prison, if the offender violates clause 1 or 2 within seven years of a previous conviction.
Companion to HF263 which was approved by the Governor. HF263 added felony convictions for fifth-degree assault, domestic assault, and domestic assault by strangulation to the definition of "crime of violence." It also struck vehicle theft and looting, and third-degree burglary. A person who is convicted of a crime of violence is not entitled to possess a firearm.
Related to SF2470 which was approved by the Governor. SF2470 established a medical cannabis registry program.
Related to HF2402 which was approved by the Governor. HF2402 was an omnibus health and human services policy bill which included the regulation of the sale and use of tobacco-related and electronic delivery devices.