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Sixty-First Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Senator J. Lee

Primary Sponsor

SB 2067
Relating to the online registration of donors.
SB 2071
Relating to the workers' compensation presumption of employment.
SB 2157
Relating to voluntary blood donation by minors.
SB 2158
Relating to medical assistance services provided by advanced registered nurse practitioners.
SB 2166
Relating to financial assistance for students; relating to the tuition assistance grant program.
SB 2167
A BILL for an Act to provide for a state policy for reuse, recycling, or resale of state-provided medical equipment.
SB 2168
Relating to the confidentiality of autopsy reports; relating to the powers and duties of the coroner and state forensic examiner; relating to the county coroner and the appointment of an assistant coroner; and to provide a penalty.
SB 2169
Relating to the law enforcement or correctional facility records of a child.
SB 2170
Relating to registration of certain sexually oriented businesses; and to provide a penalty.
SB 2171
Relating to the termination of a residential lease by a victim of domestic violence.
SB 2172
Relating to access to public records in arbitration proceedings and to exempting law enforcement work schedules from open records requirements.
SB 2175
Relating to health insurance coverage of a full-time student taking a medical leave of absence.
SB 2176
Relating to the termination of a lease by death.
SB 2183
Relating to the nonrenewal of school district superintendents, directors of special education districts, and directors of area career and technology centers; relating to the nonrenewal of school district superintendents, directors of special education districts, and directors of area career and technology centers.
SB 2200
Relating to continuing education requirements for real estate brokers and salespersons.
SB 2214
Relating to comprehensive health association of North Dakota eligibility provisions.
SB 2218
Relating to requirements for prescribing and dispensing controlled substances and certain other specified drugs and requirements for dispensing controlled substances by means of the internet; relating to the exclusion from the exemption for dispensing certain drugs and penalties for unlawful distribution or dispensing of controlled substances and counterfeit controlled substances by means of the internet; and to provide a penalty.
SB 2231
A BILL for an Act to provide for contracting with a statewide charitable food recovery and distribution organization; and to provide an appropriation.
SB 2247
Relating to property tax exemptions for new construction; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2266
Relating to the nursing education consortium; to provide a statement of legislative intent; to provide an appropriation; and to provide a continuing appropriation.
SB 2274
Relating to health insurance independent external reviews requested by providers.
SB 2332
Relating to Bank of North Dakota loan funds for health information technology, the creation of a health information technology advisory committee and a health information technology office, and to health information exchange grants; relating to the North Dakota health information technology steering committee; to provide an appropriation; to provide for transfers; to provide for a report to the budget section and the legislative council; declare an emergency.
SB 2333
Relating to the creation of regional public health networks; to provide for a regional public health network task force; to provide for reports to the legislative council; to provide an appropriation; to provide a contingent appropriation; declare an emergency.
SB 2396
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation to the department of human services for the purpose of implementing programs associated with the family impact initiative.
SCR4011
A concurrent resolution declaring Friday, February 6, 2009, "National Wear Red Day" in North Dakota and encouraging all citizens to wear red to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease.

Other Bills

HB SB HCR
HB 1169
HB 1183
HB 1197
HB 1204
HB 1209
HB 1215
HB 1221
HB 1231
HB 1263
HB 1269
HB 1311
HB 1347
HB 1361
HB 1362
HB 1440
HB 1494
HB 1498
HB 1549
HB 1568
HB 1573
SB 2069
SB 2180
SB 2195
SB 2198
SB 2249
SB 2251
SB 2252
SB 2254
SB 2256
SB 2282
SB 2289
SB 2318
SB 2357
SB 2391
SB 2402
SB 2403
SB 2406
SB 2415
HCR3024

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Total Bills Introduced — 64