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HOUSE CALENDAR
78th LEGISLATIVE DAY March 30, 2015
11 AM
THIRD READING
Bill Number Sponsor Description
H 260 Monks(22) by TRANSPORTATION AND DEFENSE COMMITTEE - TRANSPORTATION - Amends and adds to existing law to revise provisions concerning the apportionment of the highway distribution account; to revise transfer fee provisions concerning certain revenue received by the petroleum clean water trust fund; to provide for the distribution of transfer fees and interest accruing to the petroleum clean water trust fund; to provide for an electric vehicle fee and to provide for a hybrid vehicle fee; to provide for certain transfers from the general fund to the highway distribution account upon the occurrence of certain conditions, to provide for appropriation and to provide a sunset provision; to revise provisions concerning tax on motor fuel, to provide for the reduction in tax on motor fuel upon the occurrence of certain conditions and to provide a sunset provision.
S 1159 Youngblood(12) by FINANCE COMMITTEE - APPROPRIATIONS - SUPREME COURT - Appropriates $65,318,700 to the Supreme Court for fiscal year 2016; and exempts appropriation from object and program transfer limitations.
S 1165 Youngblood(12) by FINANCE COMMITTEE - APPROPRIATIONS - STATE TAX COMMISSION - Appropriates $39,111,800 to the Idaho State Tax Commission for fiscal year 2016; and limits the number of full-time equivalent positions to 447.
S 1071aa Gestrin(8) by EDUCATION COMMITTEE - EDUCATION - COURSES OF INSTRUCTION - Amends existing law to provide that certain pupils must pass a certain civics test in order to qualify for graduation from a secondary school and to provide related provisions.
S 1033aa Malek(4) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE - CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS - Amends existing law to provide for the retention and expungement of fingerprint records in certain instances.
S 1041aa Trujillo(33) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE - SEXUAL OFFENDER REGISTRATION AND NOTIFICATION ACT - Amends existing law to provide an additional member to the Sexual Offender Management Board who has expertise in sexual offender polygraph examination.
S 1136 Wintrow(19) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE - PAROLE - Amends existing law to provide that hearing officers shall have certain powers and duties when a parole violation occurs.
S 1062aa,aa Luker(15) by COMMERCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE - DIRECT PRIMARY CARE ACT - Adds to existing law to establish the Direct Primary Care Act.
S 1066 Vander Woude(22) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - PRIMARY ELECTIONS - Amends and adds to existing law to establish a presidential primary.
S 1113 Burtenshaw(35) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - IDAHO BEEF COUNCIL - Amends existing law to authorize the council to lease, purchase or own personal property and to lease real property deemed necessary in the administration of specified law.
S 1047 Luker(15) by COMMERCE AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE - ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT - Amends existing law to revise and alphabetize definitions relating to the state purchasing law.
S 1112 Nielsen(23) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - STATE OFFICE VACANCIES - Amends existing law to provide whenever an appointee's term has expired as prescribed by law, the governor or other appointing authority shall reappoint the appointee to the position within 12 months of the expiration, or such office shall be declared vacant if certain events by the governor or the appointing authority occur, and to provide for documentation to accompany appointments and to provide procedures.
S 1171 Horman(30) by FINANCE COMMITTEE - APPROPRIATIONS - SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION - Appropriates $39,213,300 to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for fiscal year 2016; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 142; and provides legislative intent related to school district broadband services, use of funds and reporting requirements.
S 1135aa McCrostie(16) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE - LIENS - Amends existing law to provide that for a claim of lien an owner or reputed owner does not include a trustee of a deed of trust; and to provide that a trustee of a deed of trust shall not be included in a claim of lien, foreclosure or judgment.
S 1172 Monks(22) by FINANCE COMMITTEE - APPROPRIATIONS - PERMANENT BUILDING FUND - Appropriates an additional $1,150,000 from the Permanent Building Fund for fiscal year 2015; appropriates $27,578,300 from the Permanent Building Fund for fiscal year 2016; authorizes the allocation of funds for specific projects; provides legislative intent relating to utilization of matching funds; exempts the appropriation from certain provisions; provides legislative intent relating to reallocation of project savings; and declares an emergency.
S 1175 Gibbs(32) by FINANCE COMMITTEE - APPROPRIATIONS - DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION - Appropriates an additional $100,000 to the Department of Administration for fiscal year 2015; appropriates $19,602,500 to the Department of Administration for fiscal year 2016; limits the number of authorized full-time equivalent positions to 139.5; provides a dedicated fund cash transfer; provides notification of a contract renewal or extension; directs continuation of health insurance premium cost sharing with state employees; provides legislative intent regarding broadband connectivity; provides legislative intent regarding issuance of contracts relating to the Idaho Education Network; provides legislative intent regarding issuance of contracts relating to broadband for state agencies; and declares an emergency.
S 1176 Horman(30) by FINANCE COMMITTEE - APPROPRIATIONS - COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES - Appropriates $520,478,300 to the State Board of Education and the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho for college and universities and the Office of the State Board of Education for fiscal year 2016; provides certain reappropriation authority; provides legislative intent for systemwide needs; provides legislative intent for the Complete College Idaho initiative; and exempts appropriation object and program transfer limitations.
S 1098aaH Palmer(20) by RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE - PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD - Amends existing law to authorize the board to enter into agreements to assist its efforts to secure long-term funding sources and to authorize the recognition of sponsors.
SCR 103 Luker(15) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE - PUBLIC DEFENSE REFORM INTERIM COMMITTEE - Stating findings of the Legislature and authorizing the Legislative Council to appoint a committee to undertake and complete a study of potential approaches to public defense reform.
SCR 102 Youngblood(12) by TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE - TRANSPORTATION - Stating findings of the Legislature and requesting that the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee direct the Office of Performance Evaluations to manage an independent evaluation of LHTAC by a qualified, out-of-state consultant or consultants.
SCR 117 Thompson(30) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - JOHN J. GROSSENBACHER - Stating findings of the Legislature and recognizing and honoring John J. Grossenbacher for his years of service to the State of Idaho as director of the Idaho National Laboratory.
SCR 112 Dixon(1) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - BOUNDARY COUNTY - Stating findings of the Legislature and recognizing and congratulating Boundary County and its residents on its Centennial Anniversary to be celebrated during 2015.
SCR 124 Luker(15) by JUDICIARY AND RULES COMMITTEE - ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING OFFICER INTERIM COMMITTEE - Stating findings of the Legislature and authorizing the Legislative Council to appoint a committee to undertake and complete a study of potential approaches to the appointment of administrative hearing officers for contested cases.
SCR 118 Wintrow(19) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - YMCA DAY - Stating findings of the Legislature and declaring March 20 of each year as "YMCA Day" to recognize the contributions of the YMCA to the citizens of Idaho.
SCR 121 VanOrden(31) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - EDUCATION - RULE REJECTION - Stating findings of the Legislature and rejecting a certain rule of the State Board of and State Department of Education relating to Rules Governing Thoroughness.
SCR 119 VanOrden(31) by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - EDUCATION - RULE REJECTION - Stating findings of the Legislature and rejecting a certain rule docket of the State Board of and State Department of Education relating to Rules Governing Uniformity.