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COSB00009
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Allow Electric Utility Customers Install Energy Storage Equipment
Status: 02/13/2018 : Introduced In House - Assigned to Transportation & Energy
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Offers $1million/yr for 5 yrs for conversion to woody biomass for a public building.
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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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ILHB02423
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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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As stated above.
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ILHB02427
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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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ILHB03014
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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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INHB01089
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David Ober | St. Joseph River basin commission. Amends the law concerning the St. Joseph River basin commission (commission). Authorizes a political subdivision in a participating county to enter into a cooperative agreement with the commission and at least one other legal entity to authorize the commission to develop a plan to improve water quality and control flooding. Authorizes the commission: (1) to enter into contracts to implement a cooperative agreement; (2) to adopt rules under which the commission may require that increased water runoff resulting from new construction be impounded on the construction site; (3) to acquire and dispose of conservation easements
Status: 02/07/2018 : First reading: referred to Committee on Natural Resources
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Proposes to assert timber harvest right on private property without local fees or obstructions.
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INHB01127
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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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INHB01149
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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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INHB01234
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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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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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MIHB04783
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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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MIHB04825
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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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MISB00506
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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 ELECTIONS AND GOVERNMENT REFORM
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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 NATURAL RESOURCES
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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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Animal feedlot facility public notice and comment provisions modified, and environmental review requirements for animal feedlot facilities modified. | Swedzinski
Status: 02/20/2017 : Introduction and first reading, referred to Agriculture Policy
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A mandatory environmental assessment worksheet is not required for an animal feedlot
facility with a capacity of less than 2,000 animal units or an expansion of an existing animal
feedlot facility with a total cumulative capacity of less than 2,000 animal units. To the extent
practicable, the responsible governmental unit must include a public notice and comment
period for the purpose of environmental review that is concurrent with any public notice
and comment period for the same animal feedlot facility for the purpose of obtaining a
conditional use permit from a local unit of government.
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Urban agriculture development pilot grant program established, and money appropriated. | Clark
Status: 03/07/2017 : Motion to recall and re-refer, motion prevailed Agriculture Finance
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Proposes development of urban agriculture grants in cities above 10,000 population and minority or native american populations 200 under the state poverty level to promote urban farming, vegetable gardening, raising chickens and small animals, etc.
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Natural Resources Research Institute funding provided, and money appropriated. | Lueck
Status: 03/16/2017 : Introduction and first reading, referred to Higher Education and Career Readiness Policy and Finance
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Except as specifically provided in this chapter, the provisions of this chapter
preempt ordinances by local governments that prohibit or regulate any matter relating to
the registration, labeling, distribution, sale, handling, or disposal of
pesticides. It is not the intent of this section to preempt local responsibilities for zoning,
fire codes, or hazardous waste disposal.
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MNSF00828
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Plants and nursery stock labeling requirements modification | Marty
Status: 02/09/2017 : Referred to Agriculture, Rural Development, and Housing Policy
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Regulates labeling and sale of nursery stock.
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Consumer Choice Act; plastic and paper bags local government bans or taxation prohibition; plastic bag recycling pilot project appropriation | Ingebrigtsen
Status: 01/10/2017 : See SF723, Art. 2
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Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no
political subdivision shall impose any ban, fee, or tax upon the use of paper, plastic, or
reusable bags for packaging of any item or good purchased from a merchant, itinerant
vendor, or peddler.
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Consumer Choice Act; plastic and paper bags local government bans or taxation prohibition; plastic bag recycling pilot project appropriation | Ingebrigtsen
Status: 01/10/2017 : See SF723, Art. 2
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Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no
political subdivision shall impose any ban, fee, or tax upon the use of paper, plastic, or
reusable bags for packaging of any item or good purchased from a merchant, itinerant
vendor, or peddler.
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NDSB02262
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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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