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Fifty-Ninth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Keiser

Primary Sponsor

HB 1181
Relating to funds designated for funeral expenses and eligibility for medical assistance.
HB 1182
Relating to use of political subdivision levies for insurance reserve funds for political subdivision workforce safety and insurance premiums; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1195
Relating to definitions, payment of unemployment insurance by staffing services, employer restructuring activities, and transfers of unemployment insurance tax account reserve history; relating to voluntary contributions to lower unemployment insurance tax rates, transfer of unemployment insurance employer experience history to successor entities, and the transfer of workforce to other entities; to provide for a legislative council study; and to provide a penalty.
HB 1198
A BILL for an Act to provide for a legislative council study of reemployment processes and costs and an appropriate method for providing a limitation on the total average number of job-attached unemployment insurance claimants.
HB 1199
Relating to appointment of the workforce safety and insurance board of directors; and to provide for application.
HB 1200
Relating to dental services offered through a nonprofit organization; and to provide a penalty.
HB 1201
Relating to the right of an occupational or professional licensee to demand resolution of a complaint, grievance, or request for disciplinary action filed with the licensing authority.
HB 1202
Relating to when individuals are disqualified for unemployment compensation benefits.
HB 1203
Relating to business incentives, agreements, and reports; relating to disclosure of customer information by the Bank of North Dakota; to provide for a legislative council study; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1217
Relating to eligibility for medical assistance benefits and long-term care insurance; to provide for a report; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1218
Relating to the hiring of prequalified consultants by the department of transportation.
HB 1248
Relating to transfers involving annuities; and to provide for application.
HB 1249
Relating to transfers of assets and avoiding medical creditors.
HB 1305
Relating to release of escrow funds deposited by tobacco product manufacturers; and to provide a savings clause.
HB 1324
Relating to advance determination of prudence for a public utility's proposed new construction, lease, or improvement of an energy conversion facility, renewable energy facility, transmission facility, or proposed energy purchase contract.
HB 1329
Relating to the regulation of fire, property, and casualty insurance rates and rate filings; relating to the regulation of fire, property, and casualty insurance rates and rate filings.
HB 1454
Relating to the imposition of a city motor vehicle rental tax; relating to the city visitors' promotion fund.
HB 1531
Relating to workforce safety and insurance fund reserve balance and rate of discount; relating to the definition of permanent total disability and temporary total disability, eligibility for partial disability benefits, and vocational rehabilitation options, retraining, and noncompliance appeals for workforce safety and insurance purposes.
HCR3040
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Council to study the unemployment insurance tax rate structure; the structure's impact on the unemployment insurance trust fund, with special focus on the impact of the current unemployment insurance tax structure on new businesses; the historical cyclical risks faced by the industries in which new businesses are beginning to operate; and whether the unemployment insurance tax impact is reasonably favorable to the desired economic development of the state.

Other Bills

HB SB HCR SCR
HB 1254
HB 1280
HB 1332
HB 1336
HB 1491
HB 1507
SB 2164
SB 2185
SB 2194
SB 2307
SB 2354
SB 2374
SB 2387
HCR3053
HCR3055
HCR3057
HCR3059
SCR4018

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Total Bills Introduced — 37