- Introduced HB166 seeking a constitutional amendment related to the deadline for gubernatorial action on a bill and the deadline for the governor returning a vetoed bill to the legislature to the session in which the bill passed
- Introduced HB184 relative to the recusal of judges
- Introduced HB213 to provide for the automatic revocation of certain beneficiary designations for retirement accounts and life insurance policies upon divorce
- Introduced HB508 to provide relative to notification for victims and law enforcement prior to the release of violent and sexual offenders
- Introduced HB703 to provide for the exclusive venue for disputes regarding contracts for repairs to residential property entered into while the property was under a federally declared state of emergency following a natural disaster, nullifies any contrary venue provisions, and permits rescission of such contracts within 10 days of entering the contract
- Introduced HB825 to remove the requirement that a licensed practical nurse shall only withdraw blood pursuant to a subpoena or court order
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