to prohibit the discharge of firearms under certain conditions and to provide a penalty
Senator Dunn (Rebecca) and Representatives Kazmerzak and Patterson
HB 1060* to revise the standards of review for findings of fact.
The Committee on Judiciary at the request of the Chief Justice
HB 1064* to revise certain provisions relating to the procurement, collection, filing, and analysis of biological specimens from persons convicted of crimes of violence.
Representatives Hennies, Brooks, Brown (Richard), Duniphan, Fitzgerald, Lintz, McCoy, McIntyre, Munson (Donald), and Wilson and Senators Ham, Albers, Brosz, Lawler, Madden, Reedy, Shoener, Staggers, and Vitter
HB 1065 to prohibit certain sexual acts between certain jail and juvenile correctional facility employees and prisoners and to provide a penalty therefor.
Representatives Hennies, Brooks, Brown (Richard), Clark, Duniphan, Fitzgerald, Lintz, McCoy, McIntyre, and Munson (Donald) and Senators Vitter, Albers, Brosz, Ham, Madden, and Shoener
HB 1068* to revise certain provisions relating to the disposition of property seized by law enforcement agencies.
Representatives Hennies, Brooks, Brown (Richard), Duniphan, Fitzgerald, Lintz, McCoy, and McIntyre and Senators Albers, Ham, Lawler, Reedy, Shoener, Staggers, and Vitter
NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at the next meeting of the committee. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.
BILLS FOR POSSIBLE ACTION WHICH HAVE HAD PRIOR HEARING.
SB 0163 to establish guidelines for the management and use of investments held by certain eleemosynary institutions and funds.
Senators Whiting, Everist, and Olson and Representatives Michels, Hunt, and Wilson
SB 0100 to provide that certain minors in the custody of the Department of Corrections be segregated from others.
Senators Dunn (Rebecca), Dennert, Flowers, Hutmacher, Kloucek, Lange, Lawler, Olson, Reedy, and Symens and Representatives Haley, Davis, Fischer-Clemens, Kazmerzak, Koetzle, Lockner, Lucas, Patterson, Sutton (Daniel), and Waltman
SB 0142 to change the penalties for the sale or purchase of alcoholic beverages involving persons under the age of twenty-one and to provide for the revocation of driving privileges upon conviction.
Senator Whiting and Representative Fiegen