Entry SB2290 / HB2395 - Apr 3, 2018

Entry SB2200 / HB2185 - Apr 10, 2018

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As amended in the Senate, establishes, for any municipality authorized by private act or under general law of this state to levy by ordinance a tax on the privilege of occupancy in a hotel, when the existing rate of such tax on the effective date of this act is less than the maximum amount that the municipality may levy under such private act or general law, that any increase in such tax by ordinance on and after the effective date of this act is expended on the promotion of tourism or tourism development. The House is expected to adopt the Senate amendment.

Entry SB2332 / HB2315 - Apr 10, 2018

Entry SB2292 / HB2338 - Apr 11, 2018

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As amended, requires the Comptroller of the Treasury to offer online continuing education courses for purposes of compliance with subsection. Also requires the Comptroller to provide an electronic affidavit of completion.

Entry SB2520 / HB1574 - Apr 9, 2018

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As amended, prohibits public entities from selling or disposing of memorials on public property. Requires public entities to file a petition before any transaction involving a nonprofit or private entity. Allows interested parties to offer public comments regarding the petition prior to the commission's decision. Establishes guidelines for the filing of complaints with the commission.

Entry SB1879 / HB1920 - Apr 9, 2018

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As amended, restores the present law requirement for a public hearing a notice of the hearing by newspaper publication and specifies that the adoption of subdivision regulations or an amendment to existing subdivision regulations proposed by a regional planning commission must not be given effect unless approved: (1) By the county legislative body of each county lying wholly or partly within the region and by the governing body of each municipality lying wholly or partly within the region;  (2) By only the legislative body of the county that is regulated by those subdivision regulations, if the subdivision regulations apply only to land outside of any municipality within the region; or  (3) By only the governing body of the municipality that is regulated by those subdivision regulations, if the subdivision regulations apply only to land within municipal boundaries.

The requirement for approval of subdivision regulations by one of the methods described in (1)-(3) will only apply to a regional planning commission if the legislative body of each county and municipality lying wholly or partly within the region adopts a resolution or ordinance requiring approval of the regional planning commission's subdivision regulations or amendments to existing subdivision regulations.

Entry SB1701 / HB1526 - Apr 11, 2018

Entry SB1234 / HB487 - Apr 9, 2018

Entry SB2518 / HB1540 - Apr 11, 2018

Entry SB1971 / HB1772 - Apr 9, 2018

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