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House Bill 4

HB 4 COCAINE OFFENSES (Cupp, R., Rogers, J.)
To provide that in determining the amount of cocaine for trafficking and possession offenses, it also includes a compound, mixture, preparation, or substance containing cocaine, and to declare an emergency.

 

House Bill 19

HB 19 DRUG PRODUCTION (Blessing, L., Landis, A.)
To include recklessly causing, by means of fire or explosion, physical harm to the offender's or another person's motor vehicle, house, building, or other structure, or to any other property of another person, while manufacturing or attempting to manufacture a controlled substance, as a violation of the offense of arson.

 

House Bill 26

HB 26 TRANSPORTATION BUDGET (McColley, R.)
To make appropriations for programs related to transportation and public safety for the biennium beginning July 1, 2017, and ending June 30, 2019, and to provide authorization and conditions for the operation of those programs.

 

House Bill 49

HB 49 BIENNIAL BUDGET (Smith, R.)
To provide authorization and conditions for the operation of state programs.

 

House Bill 72

HB 72 STEP THERAPY (Johnston, T., Antonio, N.)
To adopt requirements related to step therapy protocols implemented by health plan issuers and the Department of Medicaid.

 

House Bill 81

HB 81 DEATH PENALTY (Seitz, B., Antonio, N.)
To provide that a person convicted of aggravated murder who shows that the person had a serious mental illness at the time of committing the offense cannot be sentenced to death for the offense and to provide a mechanism for resentencing to a life sentence a person previously sentenced to death who proves that the person had a serious mental illness at the time of committing the offense.

 

Senate Bill 40

SB 40 AGGRAVATED MURDER (Eklund, J., Williams, S.) 
To provide that a person convicted of aggravated murder who shows that the person had a serious mental illness at the time of committing the offense cannot be sentenced to death for the offense and to provide a mechanism for resentencing to a life sentence a person previously sentenced to death who proves that the person had a serious mental illness at the time of committing the offense.

 

Senate Bill 56
SB 56 STEP THERAPY (Lehner, P., Tavares, C.)
To adopt requirements related to step therapy protocols implemented by health plan issuers and the Department of Medicaid.

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