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Sixty-sixth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Toman

Primary Sponsor

HB 1043
Relating to the exemption of an open blockchain token from specified securities transactions and dealings; and to amend and reenact section 10‑04‑02, subsection 19 of section 13‑09‑02, and section 13‑09‑03 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the definitions of an open blockchain token and virtual currency and excluding an open blockchain token and virtual currency from specified money transmission requirements.
HB 1045
Relating to electronic transaction definitions, blockchain technology and smart contracts, number of shareholders, and series limited liability companies; and to amend and reenact sections 9‑16‑02, 10‑06.1‑17, 10‑19.1‑01, and 10‑19.1‑01.2, subsection 6 of section 10‑19.1‑66, subsection 1 of section 10‑19.1‑73.3, sections 10‑19.1‑76.3 and 10‑19.1‑81, subsections 1, 2, and 11 of section 10‑19.1‑84, subsection 1 of section 10‑19.1‑110, subsection 2 of section 10‑19.1‑146, and subsection 2 of section 10‑35‑28 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to electronic transactions, filing of an annual report by corporations engaged in farming or ranching, Business Corporation Act definitions, knowledge and notice, share certificates, corporate voting list and voting trusts, acceptance of shareholder act by the corporation, corporate records, corporate dissolution procedure, and the filing of an annual report by a publicly traded corporation.
HB 1048
Relating to the use of distributed ledger technologies and a pilot program.
HB 1049
Relating to signatures secured through distributed ledger technology.
HB 1145
Relating to limitations on the introduction of legislative bills prepared by executive branch agencies and the judicial branch.
HB 1217
Relating to competition between the government and private industry and to require a report to the legislative management.
HCR 3004
A concurrent resolution requesting the Legislative Management to study the potential benefit value of blockchain technology implementation and utilization in state government administration and affairs.

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Total Bills Introduced —29