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Sixty-seventh Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Klemin

Primary Sponsor

HB 1116
Relating to the issuance of general obligation bonds and the authorized uses of the county capital projects levy; to provide an effective date; and to provide a contingent effective date.
HB 1117
Relating to commitment procedures.
HB 1119
Relating to printing initiated measures and constitutional amendments on the ballot.
HB 1140
Relating to contingent fee arrangements.
HB 1208
Relating to damages, injunctive relief, and limitation of actions; to amend and reenact section 51‑08.1‑07 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to civil penalty and injunctive enforcement; to provide a penalty; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1318
Relating to the adoption of a restraint and seclusion policy by school districts.
HB 1319
Relating to spousal debts.
HB 1427
AN ACT to provide for duties of the commission on juvenile justice and the children's cabinet and to create a juvenile justice planning committee, a planning committee for children in need of services, and a planning committee for alternatives to juvenile detention.
HCR 3009
Relating to compulsory school attendance, including a comparison of compulsory school attendance laws in other states.
HCR 3035
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to consider studying statutes governing career and technical education, including statutes in North Dakota Century Code Chapter 15‑20.1 providing for the powers and duties of the state board of career and technical education, reciprocity with other states, cooperation with federal agencies, funding, reimbursement to institutions, gifts, reporting requirements, grants for innovation, elementary school entrepreneurship programs, career development certifications, career advisers, accessibility, impacts on students, and programs of study.

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Other Bills

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Total Bills Introduced —45