Committee Agenda

Committee:    Senate Judiciary
Room:     413
Date:    Friday, February 17, 2006
Time:    10:00 AM

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         HB 1119*     repeal certain mandatory minimum sentences for driving under the influence, to expand those substances under which a person may be found to be under the influence, and to revise certain driving under the influence provisions for clarity and consistency.
             Representatives Rounds, Cutler, Gillespie, Hargens, Hennies, O'Brien, and Rave and Senators Moore, Gray, and Schoenbeck

         HB 1150*     revise certain provisions relating to controlled drugs and substances.
             Representatives O'Brien, Cutler, Gillespie, Haley, Hargens, Haverly, Hunhoff, Jensen, Murschel, Nelson, Rausch, Rave, Roberts, and Tidemann and Senators Bogue, Abdallah, Dempster, Duenwald, Hansen (Tom), Knudson, Moore, and Olson (Ed)

         HB 1180*     prohibit certain acts of child abuse and endangerment and to provide penalties therefor.
             Representatives O'Brien, Cutler, Garnos, Haley, Hunhoff, Jensen, Murschel, Nelson, Roberts, and Tidemann and Senators Duenwald, Abdallah, Dempster, Hansen (Tom), Knudson, Olson (Ed), Smidt, and Sutton (Duane)

         HB 1203*     define marital and nonmarital property for the purposes of the division of property between parties at divorce.
             Representative Gillespie and Senator Bogue

         HB 1219*     revise the advice that a law enforcement officer must give any person arrested for driving under influence.
             Representatives Vehle, Boomgarden, Brunner, Faehn, Haley, Hennies, Jensen, Miles, Rave, Sebert, Street, Tornow, and Van Etten and Senators Olson (Ed), Abdallah, Broderick, Dempster, Duniphan, McCracken, and Nesselhuf

NOTE: The above bills will be taken up in this order for a hearing on the date noted. If circumstances do not permit a hearing on this date then a hearing will be held at a future meeting of the committee to be determined by the chair. Action on a bill may come at any time after it has had a hearing.