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Sixty-third Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Thoreson

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HB 1253
Relating to securing the necessary signage required to be in compliance with smoking restrictions in public places and places of employment.
HB 1254
Relating to an income tax deduction for retired military personnel pay; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1255
Relating to the publishing of all payments and obligations within city, county, and school district governing body minutes and proceedings.
HB 1256
Relating to requiring political subdivisions to submit budget information for inclusion in the state budget database website; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1257
Relating to fireworks permitted to be sold.
HB 1258
Relating to eligibility requirements for the North Dakota academic scholarship.
HB 1259
Relating to fireworks.
HB 1289
AN ACT to provide an appropriation for veterans' higher education assistance programs.
HB 1306
Relating to disabled veteran's eligibility for a homestead tax credit and a renter credit; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1308
Relating to the administration of the local fund and appropriations from the Melvin Norgard memorial fund.
HB 1410
Relating to sales and use tax exemptions for materials used to construct a processing facility to produce liquefied natural gas and for liquified natural gas used for agricultural, industrial, or railroad purposes; to amend and reenact subsection 4 of section 57‑40.2‑03.3 and section 57‑43.2‑02.3 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to exemption from special fuels taxes for liquified natural gas used for agricultural, industrial, or railroad purposes and materials used to liquify natural gas; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1439
AN ACT to provide an appropriation for a transfer from the general fund to the veterans' postwar trust fund.
HCR 3033
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to study opportunities to reduce the risk of death and disease among smokers who will not quit smoking, by considering tobacco harm reduction strategies that encourage smokers to switch from cigarettes to less risky tobacco products and by accurately informing the public of the health risks posed by smokeless tobacco products, vapor products, and tobacco‑derived products relative to cigarettes.

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Total Bills Introduced —85