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The following bills have been signed into law, or returned to the Legislature with a veto:

Legislation for 2014

Display results 31-40 of 169
ChapterHouse FileSenate FileDescriptionPresentedSignedVetoedFiled w/o Signature
2832989This bill regulates certain filings, recordings, and registrations between business organizations and the secretary of state. This passed unanimously in both chambers.5/16/145/21/14--
2823169The bill modifies a proposed constitutional amendment to remove lawmakers' power to set their own pay. This bill establishes a legislative salary council, if the constitutional amendment passes. This passed the House 68-62 and the Senate 40-25.5/16/145/21/14--
2812887This transportation bill eliminates barriers for state agencies to purchase of electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. This passed the House 119-10 and the Senate 58-0.5/15/145/16/14--
2802092This bill authorizes a special license plate for retired firefighters and a special motorcycle plate for veterans wounded in combat. This passed the House 129-0 and the Senate 63-3.5/15/145/16/14--
2792180This bill requires competitive bidding for health coverage for school district employees. This passed the House 78-50 and the Senate 40-27.5/15/145/16/14--
2782466This public safety bill requires law enforcement to have a tracking warrant to receive electronic device location information. This passed the House 130-0 and the Senate 63-1.5/15/145/16/14--
2772192This environment bill prohibits and regulates some lead and mercury products such as thermometers and wheel weights. The bill modifies a ban on formaldehyde in children's products and prohibits some cleaning products like hand soap and body wash containing triclosan after January 1, 2017. This passed the House 110-19 and the Senate 58-0.5/15/145/16/14--
2762268This metropolitan transit bill expands the scope of jurisdiction of the Transportation Accessibility Advisory Committee. This passed the House 83-46 and the Senate 62-0.5/15/145/16/14--
2752546This is the Revisor’s bill. The bill corrects erroneous, ambiguous, and obsolete references. The bill also removes redundant, conflicting, and superseded provisions and makes corrections to laws, statutes, and rules. The bill passed unanimously in both chambers.5/15/145/16/14--
2742236This state government bill makes changes to the open meeting law, including adding a provision for social media use. This bill contains 1 Unsession provision and passed the House 75-52 and the Senate 40-19.5/15/145/16/14--

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