Entry SB2332 / HB2315 - Apr 11, 2018

Entry SB2518 / HB1540 - Apr 9, 2018

Entry SB1894 / HB1914 - Apr 11, 2018

Entry SB1496 / HB1727 - Apr 10, 2018

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As amended,  establishes new values at which a local government can sell land previously acquired through condemnation to the original property owner and authorizes former property owners to request a statement of intent for public use regarding property taken through condemnation. The new value is the price paid to the former property owner by the local government, plus the cost of any documented expenditures that improved the value of the property and an amount equal to the average amount of interest that would have accrued on the amount paid to the former property owner if held in U.S. treasury bonds.

Entry SB2205 / HB1494 - Apr 4, 2018

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As amended, allows a  city mayor or county executive to compel the evacuation of the entire county or any portion thereof if they have declared a local state of emergency. Any person who willfully violates this order commits a Class C misdemeanor. 

Entry SB2520 / HB1574 - Apr 11, 2018

Entry SB2563 / HB2208 - Apr 3, 2018

Entry SB1955 / HB1602 - Apr 3, 2018

Entry SB1701 / HB1526 - Apr 12, 2018

Entry SB891 / HB913 - Apr 10, 2018

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A proposed amendment would cap all local Hotel-Motel taxes at 10% and mandate that all new revenue from future increases must be spent on the promotion of tourism and tourism development.  The amendment narrowly defines "tourism" as the business or industry of providing information, accommodations, transportation, entertainment, and other services to tourists.  "Tourism development" means the planning and conducting of programs of information and publicity designed to attract to a municipality tourists, visitors, and other interested persons from outside the area and to encourage and coordinate the efforts of other public and private organizations or groups of citizens to publicize the facilities and attractions of the area. It also includes the acquisition, construction, financing and retirement of debt in any tourism development zone, and remodeling of facilities used in the attraction and promotion of tourist, entertainment, sporting events, and convention and event centers. 

 

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