What’s Being Passed?
Check back for a more complete run-down after the morning session:
Passed 1st Reading in House:
HB0006 Commercial operators-registration and authority to operate(Sponsored by the Joint Transportation, Highways & Military Affairs Interim Committee): bill to authorize the department of transportation to suspend, revoke, cancel or refuse to issue registration of a commercial vehicle and authority to operate as a private motor carrier.
HB0007 Commercial Learner Permits (Sponsored by the Joint Transportation, Highways & Military): Bill that allows 18 years olds to apply for commercial learner’s permit.
HB0011 Qualified residential treatment programs (Sponsored by Joint Judiciary Interim Committee): a bill that requires an assessment for children placed in a qualified residential treatment program, requiring court review and presentation of information about the program.
HB0015 School capital construction account (Sponsored by Select Committee on School Facilities): A bill that authorizes interfund loans for school major maintenance payments; eliminating the major maintenance subaccount within the strategic investments and projects account and eliminates the school lands mineral royalties account while maintaining the current distribution of revenue for school related major maintenance and capital construction.
HB0134 Wyoming tourism account funding (Sponsored by Joint Appropriations Committee): A BILL TO impose a statewide assessment on sales of lodging services; providing for distribution of the assessment collected; revising the local optional lodging tax.
Passed 2nd Reading in House:
HB0009 Abstracts of court records(Sponsored by Joint Judiciary Interim Committee): Bill that requires courts to provide abstracts of court records to state agencies.
HB0010 Human trafficking-penalty for subsequent conviction (Sponsored by Joint Judiciary Interim Committee): Bill to increase penalties for human trafficking.
Passed 1st Reading in the Senate:
SF0013: Public defender-indigency standards (sponsored by: Joint Judiciary Interim Committee)a bill to amend indigency qualification procedures and standards for public defender representation; making conforming amendments; and providing for an effective date.