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Sixty-fourth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Keiser

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HB 1079
A BILL for an Act to provide for a legislative management study of the state's health care delivery system.
HB 1082
Relating to application of property taxes to the value or the leasehold interest in state lands leased for pasture or grazing purposes; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1130
Relating to a motor vehicle excise tax exemption for donations of motor vehicles to a nonprofit organization that donates motor vehicles to individuals with demonstrated need of a motor vehicle to enable them to become self‑sufficient members of the workforce; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1142
Relating to the standard valuation law for life insurance policies and annuities; to amend and reenact sections 26.1‑35‑01, 26.1‑35‑01.1, 26.1‑35‑02, 26.1‑35‑03, 26.1‑35‑04, 26.1‑35‑05, 26.1‑35‑06, 26.1‑35‑07, 26.1‑35‑08, 26.1‑35‑09, and 26.1‑35‑10 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the standard valuation law for life insurance; and to provide a contingent effective date.
HB 1143
Relating to the standard nonforfeiture law for life insurance; and to provide a contingent effective date.
HB 1144
Relating to insurance coverage of motor vehicles participating in transportation network company networks and services, priority of coverage, and minimum limits; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1145
Relating to tracking of water used for oil and gas development.
HB 1146
Relating to surplus lines of insurance; to repeal section 26.1‑44‑11 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the surplus lines insurance multistate compliance compact; to provide an effective date; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1148
Relating to fees charged by abstracters.
HB 1149
Relating to adoption of administrative rules governing use of the prescription drug monitoring program.
HB 1153
Relating to changing the name of the board of medical examiners to the board of medicine.
HB 1159
Relating to health care provider use of workers' compensation claim information; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1163
Relating to bad faith assertions of patent infringement; and to provide a penalty.
HB 1200
Relating to creation of a state‑facilitated retirement program for the private sector; to provide an appropriation; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1220
Relating to the acceptance of funds by closing agents in real estate transactions.
HB 1221
Relating to a trustee's allocation of receipts from interests in minerals and other natural resources.
HB 1311
Relating to electronic delivery of property and casualty insurance notices and documents.
HB 1312
Relating to title insurance limitation on risks.
HB 1313
Relating to conversion of a mutual property and casualty insurance company to a stock insurance company; to amend and reenact section 26.1‑12.1‑10 and subdivision b of subsection 12 of section 26.1‑17-33.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to references to demutualization of domestic mutual insurance companies; and to repeal section 26.1-12-32 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to demutualization of domestic mutual insurance companies.
HB 1335
Relating to the annual report of a cooperative, involuntary dissolution of a cooperative or revocation of certificate of authority of a foreign cooperative, the reinstatement of a cooperative or foreign cooperative following involuntary dissolution or revocation of certificate of authority, amendment of articles by a nonprofit corporation, involuntary dissolution of a nonprofit corporation or revocation of certificate of authority of a foreign nonprofit corporation, and involuntary dissolution of a limited partnership or revocation of certificate of authority for a foreign limited partnership; to amend and reenact section 10‑01.1‑11, subsections 9 and 10 of section 10‑06.1‑17, subsection 5 of section 10‑15‑08.1, subsection 2 of section 10‑15‑52.7, sections 10‑15‑53, 10‑15‑54, and 10‑19.1‑17, subsection 4 of section 10‑19.1‑148, section 10‑33‑14, subsection 4 of section 10‑33‑141, subsection 7 of section 10‑34‑04, subsection 7 of section 45‑10.2‑24, subsection 1 of section 45‑10.2‑25, section 45‑11‑05.1, subsection 4 of section 45‑22‑03, section 45‑22‑16, subsection 15 of section 45‑23‑08 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the resignation of registered agent, contents of an annual report of a farm corporation or limited liability company, a cooperative filing documents with the secretary of state, fees paid by cooperatives, amendment of articles by a business corporation, amendment of articles by a nonprofit corporation, real estate investment trusts, an address change of a limited partnership, the signature requirements on documents filed with the secretary of state by a limited partnership, the fictitious name certificate, an address change of a limited liability partnership, revocation of the registration of a limited liability partnership or foreign limited liability partnership, and the fee to file the registration of a foreign limited liability limited partnership; and to repeal sections 10‑15‑36, 10‑19.1‑141, 10‑33‑134, and 45‑10.2‑87 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the annual report of a cooperative, revocation of the certificate of authority of a foreign corporation, revocation of the certificate of authority of a foreign nonprofit corporation, and revocation of the certificate of authority of a foreign limited partnership.
HB 1378
AN ACT to provide for a legislative management study, decisions, and directive regarding the federal Affordable Care Act and the state's benchmark plan and state‑based essential health benefits package for the 2017 plan year and beyond.
HB 1387
Relating to state employee use of sick leave and annual leave; and to amend and reenact sections 54‑21‑18 and 54‑52.4‑03 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to parking on the capitol grounds for pregnant employees and employees with infants and state employee use of sick leave.
HB 1390
Relating to establishment by the state department of health of one or more operating pilot projects to examine and determine standards for rules governing operations and permitting of commercial oilfield special waste recycling facilities for oilfield special waste from oil and gas drilling and production operations; and to declare an emergency.

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Total Bills Introduced —45