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Sixty-fifth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Senator Unruh

Primary Sponsor

SB 2133
Relating to the coal conversion facilities privilege tax; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2209
Relating to allocation of wind generation tax revenue.
SB 2236
Relating to the pipeline restoration and reclamation oversight program and records of program participants.
SB 2247
Relating to parking meters.
SB 2252
Relating to items eligible for the oil and gas gross production tax.
SB 2253
Relating to transfers of land between any federal, state, or local governmental entities; and to provide for retroactive application.
SB 2256
A BILL for an Act to provide for a legislative management study regarding the regulation of midwifery.
SB 2265
Relating to qualifications of land surveyor interns; to amend and reenact sections 43‑19.1‑16 and 43‑19.1-16.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to regulation of land surveyors and land surveyor interns; to repeal section 43‑19.1‑16.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to qualifications of land surveyor interns; and to provide an effective date.
SB 2313
Relating to a wind energy restoration and reclamation oversight program; to amend and reenact sections 49‑02‑34 and 49‑22‑05.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to annual reports on meeting renewable and recycled energy objectives and exclusion areas for wind energy conversion facilities; to provide a statement of legislative intent; and to provide for application.
SB 2314
Relating to factors to be considered in evaluating applications and designations of sites, corridors, and routes; and to provide for a legislative management study of a long‑term energy plan for the state.
SB 2327
Relating to the creation of the department of environmental quality, the transfer of duties and responsibilities of the state department of health relating to environmental quality to the department of environmental quality, and biennial reports of the department of environmental quality; to amend and reenact section 4‑35.2‑01, subdivision b of subsection 5 of section 6‑09.4‑03, sections 11‑33‑01, 11‑33‑02.1, and 11‑33‑22, subdivision d of subsection 2 of section 12.1‑06.1‑01, sections 15‑05‑16, 20.1‑13‑05, 20.1‑17‑01, and 23‑01‑02, subsection 8 of section 23‑01.3‑01, sections 23‑20.2‑02, 23‑20.2‑03, and 24‑03‑23, subsection 5 of section 28‑32‑50, sections 38‑08‑04.5, 38‑11.1‑03.1, 38‑11.1‑04.1, and 38‑11.2‑02, subsection 12 of section 38‑14.1‑03, subsection 2 of section 38‑14.1‑21, sections 38‑22‑07, 38‑22‑12, 40‑47‑01, 43‑18‑02, 43‑18‑09, 43‑35‑03, 43‑35‑19, 43‑35‑19.1, 43‑35‑19.2, 43‑35‑20, and 43‑35‑23, subsection 11 of section 43‑48‑03, sections 43‑62‑01 and 43‑62‑03, subsection 1 of section 43‑62‑15, subsection 3 of section 44‑04‑18.4, section 44‑04‑32, subsection 1 of section 54‑07‑01.2, subsection 3 of section 54‑12‑08, section 54‑44.3‑30, subsection 33 of section 57‑43.2‑01, sections 58‑03‑11, 58‑03‑11.1, and 58‑03‑17, subsection 13 of section 58‑06‑01, section 61‑04.1‑04, subsections 1 and 2 of section 61‑28‑02, subsection 2 of section 61‑28.1‑02, subsection 15 of section 61‑28.1‑03, subsection 2 of section 61‑28.2‑01, and sections 61‑29‑04, 61‑33‑09, and 61‑35‑24 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the transfer of duties and responsibilities of the state department of health to the department of environmental quality and the regulation of x‑ray operators; to repeal chapters 19‑10 and 19‑16.1, sections 23‑01‑01.2, 23‑01‑04.1, 23‑01‑23, 23‑01‑30, and 23‑01‑36, chapters 23‑20, 23‑20.1, 23‑20.3, 23‑20.5, 23‑25, 23‑26, 23‑29, 23‑29.1, 23‑31, 23‑32, 23‑33, 23‑37, and 39‑26, and sections 61‑28‑03 and 61‑28‑05 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the transfer of duties and responsibilities of the state department of health to the department of environmental quality; to provide a penalty; to provide a continuing appropriation; to provide for transition; and to provide an effective date.

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Total Bills Introduced —53