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Sixtieth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Senator Nething

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SB 2148
Relating to penalties for motor vehicle dealer licensees.
SB 2152
Relating to selection and eligibility for loan repayment under the dentists' loan repayment program and for new practice grants; to provide for a legislative council study; and to provide an appropriation.
SB 2153
Relating to registered agents; relating to farm corporations and farm limited liability companies, cooperative associations, business corporations, limited liability companies, nonprofit corporations, real estate investment trusts, limited partnerships, partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited liability limited partnerships, and the secretary of state; relating to cooperative associations; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2189
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation for state employee salary equity adjustments; to provide a statement of legislative intent regarding state employee compensation adjustments; and to provide a statement of legislative intent regarding state employee health insurance premiums.
SB 2192
Relating to the legal recognition of electronic records and signatures.
SB 2199
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation to the agriculture commissioner to defray the expenses for expanding the pride of dakota program.
SB 2243
Relating to community service supervision fees; and to provide an appropriation to the department of corrections and rehabilitation to provide funding for community service supervision grants.
SB 2266
Relating to an obligation to advertise upon endorsement of a check and to solicitations of payments due; declare an emergency.
SB 2288
Relating to a renewable energy council and development fund; relating to ethanol and renewable fuels incentives and distribution of motor vehicle registration fees; to provide an appropriation; and to provide a continuing appropriation.
SB 2292
Relating to changing the administration of the workforce safety and insurance's office of independent review to the department of labor; and to provide for transition.
SB 2294
Relating to reopening of workforce safety and insurance claims that are presumed closed.
SB 2297
Relating to workers' compensation independent medical examinations.
SB 2302
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation to the state department of health for providing grants to domestic violence sexual assault organizations.
SB 2306
Relating to matching grants for endowed scholarships by the state board of higher education; to provide for a transfer; and to provide an appropriation.
SB 2309
Relating to high school coursework requirements; relating to high school graduation requirements.
SB 2314
Relating to motor vehicle registration fees and funding of public transportation; and to provide notice of fee increases.
SB 2318
Relating to accident and health policy provisions.
SB 2324
Relating to eligibility for the homestead property tax credit; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2325
Relating to income tax rates for individuals, estates, and trusts; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2339
Relating to Bank of North Dakota transfers to the general fund; declare an emergency.
SB 2389
Relating to workers' compensation permanent impairment awards; and to provide for application.
A concurrent resolution expressing support for the continued statewide efforts to prevent the initiation of smoking among minors and to promote quitting among minors and adults and expressing concern about employers that allow their teenage employees to take smoking breaks, a practice that encourages the initiation of tobacco use, does not encourage or create incentives for minors to quit smoking, reduces productivity and the amount of time spent on assigned work-related duties, and creates hostility between smoking and nonsmoking employees.

Other Bills

HB 1142
HB 1166
HB 1206
HB 1224
HB 1237
HB 1241
HB 1275
HB 1277
HB 1283
HB 1316
HB 1333
HB 1340
HB 1358
HB 1422
HB 1465
SB 2159
SB 2193
SB 2242
SB 2256
SB 2257
SB 2287
SB 2334
SB 2337
SB 2340
SB 2342
SB 2378
SB 2392
SB 2418

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Total Bills Introduced — 56