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COHB01053
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Reclaimed Water Use For Marijuana Cultivation
Status: 05/02/2018 : Senate Committee on Finance Postpone Indefinitely
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Water Resources Review Committee. The bill codifies rules promulgated by the water quality control commission (commission)of the Colorado department of public health and environment concerning allowable uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater, which is wastewater that has been treated for subsequent reuses other than drinking water.
Section 3 of the bill defines 3 categories of water quality standards for reclaimed domestic wastewater, sets forth the allowable uses for each water quality standard category, and adds marijuana cultivation as an allowable use for reclaimed domestic wastewater. Section 3 also authorizes the commission to establish new categories of water quality standards and to recategorize any use of reclaimed domestic wastewater to a less stringent category of water quality standard. Section 3 also authorizes the division of administration in the department of public health and environment to grant variances for uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater. Sections 1, 2, and 4 make conforming amendments.

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Status: 05/02/2018 : Senate Committee on Finance Postpone Indefinitely
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Water Resources Review Committee. The bill codifies rules promulgated by the water quality control commission (commission)of the Colorado department of public health and environment concerning allowable uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater, which is wastewater that has been treated for subsequent reuses other than drinking water.
Section 3 of the bill defines 3 categories of water quality standards for reclaimed domestic wastewater, sets forth the allowable uses for each water quality standard category, and adds marijuana cultivation as an allowable use for reclaimed domestic wastewater. Section 3 also authorizes the commission to establish new categories of water quality standards and to recategorize any use of reclaimed domestic wastewater to a less stringent category of water quality standard. Section 3 also authorizes the division of administration in the department of public health and environment to grant variances for uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater. Sections 1, 2, and 4 make conforming amendments.

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Reclaimed Water Use For Marijuana Cultivation
Status: 05/02/2018 : Senate Committee on Finance Postpone Indefinitely
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Water Resources Review Committee. The bill codifies rules promulgated by the water quality control commission (commission)of the Colorado department of public health and environment concerning allowable uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater, which is wastewater that has been treated for subsequent reuses other than drinking water.
Section 3 of the bill defines 3 categories of water quality standards for reclaimed domestic wastewater, sets forth the allowable uses for each water quality standard category, and adds marijuana cultivation as an allowable use for reclaimed domestic wastewater. Section 3 also authorizes the commission to establish new categories of water quality standards and to recategorize any use of reclaimed domestic wastewater to a less stringent category of water quality standard. Section 3 also authorizes the division of administration in the department of public health and environment to grant variances for uses of reclaimed domestic wastewater. Sections 1, 2, and 4 make conforming amendments.

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COHB01069
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Reclaimed Water Use For Toilet Flushing
Status: 04/30/2018 : Governor Signed
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Allows reclaimed household water to be used for toilet flushing.
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COHB01093
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Reclaimed Water Use For Edible Crops
Status: 04/28/2018 : Governor Became Law
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CONCERNING THE ALLOWABLE USES OF RECLAIMED DOMESTIC WASTEWATER, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, ALLOWING RECLAIMED DOMESTIC WASTEWATER TO BE USED FOR FOOD CROPS
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Add Cross Reference to Failure To Register Crime
Status: 05/04/2018 : Senate Third Reading Passed - No Amendments
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This bill declares federal immigration detention requests and administrative warrants non-binding on Colorado law enforcement agencies when detainees are eligible for release.
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Grants For Property Tax Rent And Heat
Status: 05/03/2018 : Senate Committee on State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Postpone Indefinitely
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Includes projects that "MAKE USE OF ANY WOODY MATERIAL GENERATED BY THE
PROJECT, INCLUDING TRADITIONAL FOREST PRODUCTS AND BIOMASS
ENERGY PRODUCTS"
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Allow Electric Utility Customers Install Energy Storage Equipment
Status: 03/22/2018 : Governor Signed
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Offers $1million/yr for 5 yrs for conversion to woody biomass for a public building.
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Allow Electric Utility Customers Install Energy Storage Equipment
Status: 03/22/2018 : Governor Signed
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Offers $1million/yr for 5 yrs for conversion to woody biomass for a public building.
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Reclaimed Water Use On Industrial Hemp
Status: 05/03/2018 : Senate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass
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Same as HB1053 but for industrial hemp production.
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Reclaimed Water Use On Industrial Hemp
Status: 05/03/2018 : Senate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass
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Same as HB1053 but for industrial hemp production.
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Reclaimed Water Use On Industrial Hemp
Status: 05/03/2018 : Senate Considered House Amendments - Result was to Concur - Repass
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Same as HB1053 but for industrial hemp production.
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ILHB00260
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New Act Creates the Plant Advertising Act. Provides that nurseries in this State shall not advertise plants as "bee-friendly" if a systemic insecticide has been used on the plants. Provides that "nursery" has the meaning ascribed to that term in the Insect Pest and Plant Disease Act.
Status: 5/30/2017 : House Tabled
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Limits nursery plant advertising.
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605 ILCS 5/6-132 Amends the Illinois Highway Code. Provides that a township road district may deliver wood chips, mulch, and other products generated in the act of tree maintenance by the district to the residents of the district. Provides that the road district shall provide adequate notice to the resident prior to the delivery of the product. Effective immediately.
Status: 8/11/2017 : House Public Act . . . . . . . . . 100-0054
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60 ILCS 1/210-7 60 ILCS 1/210-10 Amends the Township Code. Provides that a township may, by ordinance, provide for the collection, transport, disposal, and recycling of brush, wood chips, and leaves (currently, only collection, transport, and disposal of brush and leaves) within the unincorporated areas of the township without referendum approval. Defines "recycling". Effective immediately.
Status: 8/11/2017 : House Public Act . . . . . . . . . 100-0056
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"Recycling" means arranging for or accommodating the transfer of brush, wood chips, or leaves to a facility or place that will utilize the product without charge.
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415 ILCS 5/52.3-15 new Amends the Environmental Protection Act. Provides that beginning on July 1, 2017, it shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly place specified materials into a container intended for collection by a residential hauler for processing at a recycling center. Effective July 1, 2017.
Status: 9/28/2017 : House Rule 19(b) / Re-referred to Rules Committee
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Beginning on July 1, 2017, it shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly place into a container intended for collection by a residential hauler for processing at a recycling center the following materials: (1)household sharps; (2)plastic bags, plastic sheets, plastic tarps, or plastic wrap; (3)polystyrene or Styrofoam; (4)landscape waste; (5)food scrap; and (6)motor oil containers or other hazardous waste containers.
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New Act Creates the Compost-Amended Soil Construction Act. Provides that any State agency that undertakes a construction project that requires the use of offsite soil and that is located within 20 miles of any Illinois Environmental Protection Agency-permitted compost facility shall request a separate bid for compost-amended soil for that project. Provides that the State agency shall consider whether compost-amended soil shall be used based upon the construction cost. Provides that the State agency shall incorporate compost-amended soil into a construction project if the State agency deems the use of compost-amended soil to be appropriate. Provides that, in the 2019 calendar year, the Department of Transportation shall conduct 2 pilot road construction demonstrations using compost-amended soil. Provides that within one year of substantial completion of both projects, the Department shall report to the General Assembly stating the immediate cost of construction, long term operational cost savings, and advantages and disadvantages of using compost-amended soil.
Status: 6/22/2018 : House Sent to the Governor
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Gives preference to compost-amended soils to any state construction site needing of-site soils.
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New Act Creates the Saving Illinois' Pollinators Act. Provides that beginning 9 months after the effective date of the Act, it shall be unlawful to apply neonicotinoid insecticides on public lands owned or maintained by this State. Provides that beginning 9 months after the effective date of the Act, it shall be unlawful to apply neonicotinoid insecticides in other outdoor residential settings, including landscaping, ornamental, or other outdoor applications in this State. Establishes exemptions to the prohibitions. Provides that the Department of Agriculture shall, within 6 months after the effective date of the Act, adopt rules to implement the Act. Provides that the Department shall, within one year after the effective date of the Act, issue a draft report evaluating whether clear, peer-reviewed, published scientific evidence exists that outdoor applications of these insecticides are safe for monarch butterflies, other pollinators, other beneficial insects, the broader environment, and human health. Provides that a person who impedes, obstructs, hinders, or otherwise prevents or attempts to prevent the Director of Agriculture in the performance of his or her official duties under the Act is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. Provides that a person using physical force against the Director in the performance of his or her official duties under the Act is guilty of a Class 4 felony. Effective immediately.
Status: 2/14/2018 : House Referred to Rules Committee
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bans neonicotinoid insecticides in outdoor residential settings, including landscaping, ornamental, or other outdoor applications in this State.
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New Act 30 ILCS 105/5.878 new 505 ILCS 100/2 from Ch. 5, par. 952 720 ILCS 550/3 from Ch. 56 1/2, par. 703 720 ILCS 550/8 from Ch. 56 1/2, par. 708 720 ILCS 550/15.2 rep. Creates the Industrial Hemp Act. Provides that a person desiring to grow, cultivate, or process industrial hemp or industrial hemp products must be licensed by the Department of Agriculture. Provides that the application for a license shall include the name and address of the applicant and the legal description of the land area, including Global Positioning System coordinates, to be used to cultivate industrial hemp. Provides that the Department may determine, by rule, the duration of a license and the requirements for license renewal. Preempts home rule powers. Amends the Illinois Noxious Weed Law. Provides that "noxious weed" does not include industrial hemp. Amends the Cannabis Control Act. Provides that "cannabis" does not include industrial hemp. Makes conforming changes in the State Finance Act.
Status: 6/28/2018 : Senate Sent to the Governor
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415 ILCS 5/13.2a new Amends the Environmental Protection Act. Provides that in counties with a population of more than 100,000 and less than 150,000, an owner or operator of a clean construction or demolition debris fill operation or other similar operation sites shall conduct a baseline well water test on the property of the site and submit the results of the test to the Environmental Protection Agency. Effective immediately.
Status: 5/11/2018 : Senate Rule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
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proposes that any operator of a clean construction or demolition debris fill operation or //other similar operation sites// must send an onsite baseline test well report to state EPA
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New Act Creates the Conservation Housing Development Act. Provides that a person seeking to construct a new housing development, if the plan includes the removal of trees, shall apply to the Department of Natural Resources for approval before construction may begin. Provides that the Department may forward the request to a unit of local government to enforce the Act on its behalf. Provides that the Department, or if the Department has granted authority to a unit of local government, shall approve a request for tree removal if: (1) the trees are diseased, infested with pests, or have been seriously damaged by fire, lightning, storm, or other injury; (2) dictated by good forestry practice if removal is beneficial to remaining trees; or (3) the trees have been designated for removal on an approved tree preservation plan. Provides that a tree preservation plan prepared by a registered arborist or landscape architect indicating the location, species, size, and condition of existing trees shall be submitted in conjunction with all applications for approval to the Department. Provides that the tree preservation plan shall indicate the location of the trees to be preserved and the methods which will be used to preserve the trees. Makes other changes. Effective January 1, 2020.
Status: 5/31/2018 : Senate Rule 3-9(a) / Re-referred to Assignments
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Requires government permission to remove trees for new housing development.
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INHB01089
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David Ober | St. Joseph River basin commission. Amends the law concerning the St. Joseph River basin commission (commission). Provides that the commission includes the county surveyor of each participating county and a representative of each soil and water conservation district that includes territory in a county participating in the commission and territory in the river basin. Eliminates from the commission the member of a soil and water conservation district appointed by the governor. Repeals the commission's statutory quorum requirement. Authorizes a political subdivision in a participating county to enter into a cooperative agreement with the commission and at least one other legal
Status: 03/19/2018 : Public Law 138
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Proposes to assert timber harvest right on private property without local fees or obstructions.
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Robert Cherry | Seed commissioner and state chemist. Provides that the state seed commissioner or state chemist may adopt emergency rules for a purpose for which the seed commissioner or state chemist is currently authorized to adopt rules under certain horticulture product and control laws. Specifies that any excess funds accumulated from the fees collected under certain pesticide laws must be paid to the treasurer of Purdue University and administered by the board of trustees of Purdue University. Moves uniform provisions concerning the state seed commissioner and state chemist to new chapters. Makes conforming changes.
Status: 02/01/2018 : First reading: referred to Committee on Agriculture
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Timothy Wesco | Interstate compact concerning professional sports. Requires the attorney general to enter into an interstate compact prohibiting public money for professional sports stadiums and venues. Specifies that at least 24 other states must also agree to the compact.
Status: 01/04/2018 : First reading: referred to Committee on Statutory Committee on Interstate and International Cooperation
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Proposes to nullify Federal EPA regulations in the state opting for state agency controls over the environment.
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Julie Olthoff | Fire protection districts. Authorizes the board of fire trustees (board) of a fire protection district that: (1) was established before 1990; and (2) provides fire protection service in at least two counties; to adopt a resolution providing that, in addition to any other powers and duties, the fire protection district shall establish, operate, and maintain emergency medical services within the territory of the fire protection district. Provides that if a board adopts such a resolution, the department of local government finance shall increase the district's maximum property tax levy by a percentage of the amounts expended for emergency medical services
Status: 01/08/2018 : First reading: referred to Committee on Ways and Means
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Creates illegal alien rights to in-state tuition in Indiana.
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James Baird | Noxious weeds and pesticide law fees. Provides that revenue from fees collected under the pesticide use and application law that remains after the payment of expenses incurred in the administration of the law must be paid to the treasurer of Purdue University and administered by the board of trustees of Purdue University. Specifies that waterhemp, marestail, Palmer amaranth, Powell amaranth, poison hemlock, rough pigweed, and smooth pigweed are noxious weeds for purposes of the weed control board law, which requires the weed control board to take all necessary and proper steps to control noxious weeds affecting agricultural production in Indiana.
Status: 03/19/2018 : Public Law 141
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Robert Morris | Drug overdoses. Allows mental health and addiction forensic treatment services to be provided to individuals charged, after June 30, 2018, with a misdemeanor offense. Requires specified emergency services personnel to transport an individual who has been administered an overdose intervention drug to the hospital for additional treatment and a blood draw. Provides that probable cause to issue a warrant to test a person's blood for controlled substances exists if: (1) the person is revived after administration of an overdose intervention drug; and (2) certain other conditions are met. Establishes that it is abuse of a controlled substance, a Class A
Status: 01/11/2018 : First reading: referred to Committee on Courts and Criminal Code
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Prohibits the installation of a facility for the storage of ammonia or ammonia solutions unless the state chemist has issued written approval of the location of the proposed facility. Provides for the inspection by the state chemist of facilities for the storage of ammonia or ammonia solutions. Authorizes the state chemist to deny, suspend, revoke, or amend a certificate issued under the law regulating commercial fertilizers for a violation of the law regulating agricultural ammonia.
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Robert Morris | Noncompete clauses prohibited in physician contracts. Provides that an employer hospital may not require that an employee physician or a prospective employee physician sign a covenant not to compete against the employer hospital for any period of time after the termination of employment with the employer hospital. Provides that an employer hospital may not enforce any covenant not to compete against the employer hospital that is signed by the employer hospital and a former employee physician who is separated from employment under any circumstances. Provides that an employee physician, a prospective employee physician, or a former employee physician may bring
Status: 01/11/2018 : First reading: referred to Committee on Employment, Labor and Pensions
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Authorizes new regulations and fees be created for manure based fertilizers.
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Jean Leising | State agriculture and animal certification programs. Removes responsibilities concerning the Indiana organic peer review panel from the duties of the Indiana state department of agriculture. Repeals certain statutes concerning the following: (1) Indiana organic certification accreditation. (2) Certification of agricultural products. (3) Livestock certification. Relocates statutes concerning livestock certification to the animal health law. Makes conforming amendments.
Status: 03/07/2018 : Public Law 9
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SECTION 1. IC 15-11-2-3, AS AMENDED BY P.L.97-2017,
SECTION 2, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2018: Sec. 3. (a)As used in this section, "biomass" means agriculturally based sources of renewable energy, including the following:
(1)Agricultural crops.
(2)Agricultural wastes and residues.
(3)Wood and wood byproducts, including the following:
(A)Wood residue.
(B)Forest thinning.
(C)Mill residue wood.
(4)Animal wastes.
(5)Animal byproducts.
(6)Aquatic plants.
(7)Algae.
The term does not include waste from construction and demolition.


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Eric Bassler | Old forest areas in state forests. Requires the department of natural resources (department), before January 1, 2019, to designate at least one undivided area comprising at least 30% of each state forest as an old forest area. Provides that, wherever possible, the size of a designated old forest area must be at least 500 acres. Sets forth certain purposes to guide the department in designating the old forest areas. Prohibits the department from conducting or allowing timber management in the old forest areas. Requires the department to produce and keep on file maps and legal descriptions of the designated old
Status: 01/22/2018 : Senators Walker, Smith J, Sandlin, Niemeyer added as coauthors
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Requires department of natural resources to arbitrarily designate 30 of each state-owned forest as - old growth - not subject to timber management.
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Mark Stoops | Timber management. Requires that, before a permit, lease, or contract is issued to a person to remove merchantable timber, the person must secure a written approval from all counties in which any truck to be used in the removal operation is to be driven. Requires the department of natural resources (department) to prepare and publish on the department's Internet web site a cost-benefit analysis concerning the removal of merchantable timber from state forests. Provides that the department may not advertise or solicit bids for the removal of merchantable timber from a state forest until the cost-benefit analysis has been published
Status: 01/04/2018 : First reading: referred to Committee on Natural Resources
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Gives counties right to prohibit logging trucks used on public highways.
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Updating provisions relating to weights and measures.
Status: May 01, 2017 : Approved by Governor on Friday, April 7, 2017
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Updates licenses and registration fees for service companies performing test and maintenance on weights and measures (scales)in the state.
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Updating provisions relating to weights and measures.
Status: May 01, 2017 : Approved by Governor on Friday, April 7, 2017
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Updates licenses and registration fees for service companies performing test and maintenance on weights and measures (scales)in the state.
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Insurance; no-fault; electric-assist bicycles; exempt from no-fault insurance requirements Amends sec 3101 of 1956 PA 218 (MCL 5003101) TIE BAR WITH: HB 4782'17
Status: 10/31/2017 : assigned PA 140'17 with immediate effect
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Increases landfill regulation violation penalties to $25,000/day for first offense and $75,000/day for second offense.
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Traffic control; driver license; Veterans Count Michigan fund; create, and allow individuals to donate to the fund when applying for or renewing a driver license Amends sec 307 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257307) & adds sec 307c
Status: 8/16/2017 : bill electronically reproduced 07/12/2017
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Allows municipalities to set higher standards for registration of composting sites.
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Children; protection; mandatory reporting requirements for child abuse or child neglect; expand to include K-12 coaches and volunteers Amends sec 3 of 1975 PA 238 (MCL 722623)
Status: 6/7/2018 : COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
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Allows placement of yard waste in landfills.
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Elections; registration; resident address on driver license or personal identification card different from resident address on qualified voter file; permit Amends sec 509o of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168509o) TIE BAR WITH: SB 0505'17
Status: 7/12/2017 : REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON
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Michigan adopts the 2014 version of NIST Handbooks 130, 40 and 44 but not Handbook 133.
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Environmental protection; water pollution; application of manure or fertilizer to frozen or snow-covered soil; prohibit Amends 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324101 - 32490106) by adding sec 3135
Status: 10/31/2017 : REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON
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Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, a person shall not apply manure, fertilizer as defined in section 8501, or waste from livestock operations to frozen or snow-covered soils.
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Mendota and Mendota Heights; road construction to replace former highway frontage roads funding provided, bonds issued, and money appropriated. | Hansen
Status: 02/20/2018 : Introduction and first reading, referred to Job Growth and Energy Affordability Policy and Finance
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The board, in consultation with the commissioner of agriculture, shall administer a program to incentivize the establishment and maintenance of perennial crops. The board shall contract with landowners and give priority to contracts that implement water protection actions as identified in a completed watershed restoration and protection strategy
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Nitrogen fertilizer rules prohibited unless approved by law. | Backer
Status: 04/16/2018 : Bill was passed
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The commissioner of agriculture shall not adopt water resource protection requirements under subdivision 2 for nitrogen fertilizer unless the water resource protection requirements are specifically approved by law
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Civil commitment laws and procedures modified. | Kiel
Status: 03/08/2018 : Author added Becker-Finn.
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An individual who purchases and installs a residential biomass heating system during the taxable year is allowed a credit against the tax computed under Minnesota Statutes, chapter 290, for the taxable year equal to the lesser of: (1)33 percent of the purchase price of the residential biomass heating system; or (2)$5,000
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Metropolitan Council regional solicitation process funding requirements established. | Runbeck
Status: 03/08/2018 : Introduction and first reading, referred to Transportation and Regional Governance Policy
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Proposes multiple plant labeling requirements including:
Plants, plant materials, or nursery stock must not be labeled or advertised with
false or misleading information including, but not limited to, scientific name, variety,
place of origin, hardiness zone as defined by the United States Department of Agriculture,
and growth habit.
All nonhardy nursery stock as designated by the commissioner must be labeled
correctly for hardiness or be labeled "nonhardy" in Minnesota.
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Metropolitan Council regional solicitation process funding requirements established. | Runbeck
Status: 03/08/2018 : Introduction and first reading, referred to Transportation and Regional Governance Policy
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Proposes multiple plant labeling requirements including:
Plants, plant materials, or nursery stock must not be labeled or advertised with
false or misleading information including, but not limited to, scientific name, variety,
place of origin, hardiness zone as defined by the United States Department of Agriculture,
and growth habit.
All nonhardy nursery stock as designated by the commissioner must be labeled
correctly for hardiness or be labeled "nonhardy" in Minnesota.
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Nitrogen fertilizer rule adoption prohibition | Utke
Status: 02/20/2018 : Referred to Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Policy
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the commissioner of agriculture must not adopt the Proposed Rule Governing 1.7 Nitrogen Fertilizer
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Job training program grant requirements modification | Draheim
Status: 02/10/1018 : Effective date 08/01/18
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An individual who purchases and installs a residential biomass heating system during the taxable year is allowed a credit against the tax computed under Minnesota Statutes, chapter 290, for the taxable year equal to the lesser of: (1)"3 percent of the purchase price of the residential biomass heating system; or (2)$5,000
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Glendalough state park visitor and trail center bond issue and appropriation | Ingebrigtsen
Status: 03/08/2018 : Referred to Capital Investment
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Glendalough state park visitor and trail center bond issue and appropriation | Ingebrigtsen
Status: 03/08/2018 : Referred to Capital Investment
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Human services fraud prevention and program integrity provisions modifications; personal care services restricted recipient program | Utke
Status: 02/10/1018 : See SF3286
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The commissioner of agriculture shall work with all necessary state agencies to
develop and implement the Minnesota emerald ash borer suppression program. The
program must include a matching grant component. A county, home rule charter or
statutory city, town, school district, park district, or other municipal corporation or political
subdivision of the state authorized by law to enter contracts is eligible for a matching grant
under the program. Activities eligible for partial reimbursement with state money include
sanitation, including removal of infested trees and stumps; protection of ash trees using
lowest risk treatments; and other integrated pest management and suppression activities
such as slow ash mortality strategies.
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Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seeds or fertilizers | Hegeman.
Status: 3/5/2018 : SCS Voted Do Pass S Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources Committee (6324S.04C)
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No political subdivision shall adopt or enforce any ordinance, rule, or regulation relating to the labeling, cultivation, or other use of seeds or fertilizers as such terms are defined or used in sections 266.021 and 266.291, respectively. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any ordinance, rule, or regulation enacted prior to August 28, 2018
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A BILL for an Act to create and enact a new section to chapter 19 20.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to fertilizer regulation by cities, counties, or townships.
Status: 03/23 /2017 : Returned to Senate (12)
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Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, a city, county, or township may not enact new, or enforce existing, ordinances or resolutions regulating or prohibiting the registration, labeling, distribution, sale, handling, use, application, inspection, transportation, or disposal of fertilizer.
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To amend sections 1333.11, 1333.12, and 1333.15 and to enact section 1333.13 of the Revised Code regarding cigarette minimum pricing. | Representative Scherer
Status: 6/5/2018 : Re-referred. Ways and Means
All Versions: Introduced | RH | RCH
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No person shall recklessly label or advertise nursery stock as beneficial to pollinators if the nursery stock was treated with a systemic insecticide and the nursery stock has either of the following United States environmental protection agency warnings on the nursery stock or
its container:
(1)A pollinator protection box;
(2)A pollinator, bee, or honey bee precautionary statement in the environmental hazard section of an insecticide product label.
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