With a vote of 94-2, the House passed HB1949, an Act to Amend the Revenue Stabilization Law.
This bill outlines general revenue distribution for Fiscal Year 2021. While decreasing state spending overall, the bill does provide increases for education, Medicaid, and corrections.
The House also passed the following:
SB673-This bill amends the Statutory Foreclosure Act of 1987. It states that any claims or defenses for a violation of the compliance requirements shall be asserted within 30 days of the foreclosure sale to ensure the finality of sales.
HB1943-This bill reduces the sentence classification from a felony to a misdemeanor for certain offenses concerning altering an identification document.
SB612-This bill would allow children to testify remotely by video conferencing in certain court cases.
SB615-This bill states that a state agency or a state or local official shall not require an individual to use a vaccine passport in this state for any purpose. It also states the use of a vaccine passport shall not be a condition for entry, travel, education, or services.
The House will convene on Tuesday at 10 am.