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There are 34 Bills pending in House Political Subdivisions

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Date

HB 2041County Budget Flexibility Act01/12/22
HB 2099Redistricting of the Senate into 16 two-member senatorial districts and redistricting the House into 96 single member districts01/12/22
HB 2108Taxation With Representation Act01/12/22
HB 2119Relating to electioneering or distributing literature at early voting locations01/12/22
HB 2131Clarifying that the county or regional solid waste authority that may impose and collect an additional solid waste assessment fee is the county or region where the waste originates01/12/22
HB 2190Authorizing ordinances allowing the municipal court to place a structure, dwelling or building into receivership under certain circumstances01/12/22
HB 2217Exempting law-enforcement officers from payment of income and personal property taxes01/12/22
HB 2247Requiring the authority to obtain approval from county board of education for agreements that involve tax revenues expended for public schools01/12/22
HB 2256Providing that a municipal services user fee may not be imposed on employees of the state01/12/22
HB 2297Limiting the maximum number of appointees to certain county and municipal bodies01/12/22
HB 2548Requiring urban renewal authorities to submit proposed urban renewal projects to the affected local county boards of health01/12/22
HB 2563Requiring certain municipalities to pay for the incarceration of inmates01/12/22
HB 2580Mandating judgment by a mayor, any individual exercising the mayor’s functions, the police court judge, or municipal judge be obligated to the Model Rules of Judicial Conduct01/12/22
HB 2600Require all public contracts be publicly advertised01/12/22
HB 2602Require special elections to be held same day as primary or general election01/12/22
HB 2605Require that a public service district board that represents more than one community have at least one member from each community01/12/22
HB 2625Permitting election day registration of voters01/12/22
HB 2710Providing counties the power to establish a county sales tax under certain circumstances01/12/22
HB 2749Reestablishing prevailing wages for certain state government contracts01/12/22
HB 2780Repeal municipal license and tax when state license required01/12/22
HB 2907Prohibiting political subdivisions from enacting certain ordinances, regulations, local policies, local resolutions, or other legal requirements01/12/22
HB 2934Allow local governments to hold property owners more accountable for upkeep of buildings01/12/22
HB 2935Limit amount a county tax assessor can increase assessed value of antique or classic cars01/12/22
HB 2990Requiring that any municipality or county commission intending to approve a location for a video lottery retailer must first announce their intention to do so and hold a public hearing01/12/22
HB 3210Department of Commerce to assist qualified tourism projects01/12/22
HB 4033Prohibit a county from charging for a building permit if the value of the improvement is less than that required for a contractor’s license01/12/22
HB 4099Increasing transparency in the apportionment process for congressional and legislative districts01/17/22
HB 4319Require county assessor’s office to mark dilapidated properties as such while assessing property01/21/22
HB 4513Allowing county commissions to impose amusement tax02/02/22
HB 4514Mandating county commissions develop emergency absentee voting procedures02/02/22
HB 4593Refer instances of election fraud to the attorney general for prosecution02/09/22
HB 4670To create a tax reduction savings fund for municipalities02/14/22
HB 4679Relating to authorizing municipalities to establish outdoor refreshment areas for consumption of alcoholic beverages and non-intoxicating beer02/15/22
HB 4680To modify the section of code relating to the process of selecting county executive committees02/15/22
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