Committee Agenda

Committee:    Senate Judiciary
Room:     413
Date:    Friday, February 23, 2007
Time:    10:00 AM

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         HB 1275     establish a statute of limitations for real estate appraisers and their agents and employees for alleged malpractice, error, mistake, or omission.
             Representatives Faehn, Dykstra, Halverson, Hanks, Hargens, Koistinen, Krebs, Noem, Novstrup (Al), Novstrup (David), Rhoden, Sigdestad, Street, Turbiville, and Weems and Senators Gray, Abdallah, Greenfield, and Hanson (Gary)

         HB 1085     revise certain provisions related to the transfer of title.
             Representatives Dykstra, Gillespie, Hanks, Hills, Moore, and Peters and Senators Bartling, Abdallah, Albers, Heidepriem, Koetzle, Lintz, and Olson (Ed)

         HB 1086     revise certain provisions related to the release of a lien by undertaking.
             Representatives Dykstra, Gillespie, Hanks, Hills, Moore, and Peters and Senators Bartling, Abdallah, Albers, Heidepriem, Koetzle, Lintz, and Olson (Ed)

         HB 1108*     revise certain provisions regarding when and by whom chemical dependency evaluations occur after a conviction of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
             Representatives Van Etten, Buckingham, Dreyer, Elliott, Faehn, Gilson, Glenski, Halverson, Hanks, Haverly, Hills, Howie, Kirkeby, Lust, McLaughlin, Miles, Moore, Novstrup (Al), Novstrup (David), Nygaard, Olson (Ryan), Pederson (Gordon), Peters, Rausch, Rhoden, Steele, Street, Thompson, Turbiville, Vehle, and Weems and Senators McCracken, Gant, Hanson (Gary), Hundstad, Napoli, Schmidt, and Smidt

         HB 1231*     exempt certain wages from claims in bankruptcy.
             Representatives Cutler, Engels, Feinstein, Gillespie, Halverson, Krebs, and Lust and Senators Knudson and Turbak

         HB 1124     add the solicitation to commit a crime to certain criminal provisions.
             Representatives Engels, Cutler, Deadrick, Feinstein, Gillespie, Gilson, Lust, Moore, Vehle, and Willadsen and Senators Turbak, Heidepriem, Kloucek, Knudson, Koetzle, Nesselhuf, and Peterson (Jim)

         HB 1194*     authorize the disclosure of certain confidential information when a person who is subject to commitment proceedings has communicated a serious threat of serious physical injury against a reasonably identifiable victim.
             Representatives Miles, Ahlers, Peters, Pitts, Rounds, and Weems and Senators Koetzle, Abdallah, Albers, and Hauge

         HB 1252*     provide certain provisions concerning the indemnification of the directors of cooperatives.
             Representatives Gillespie, Burg, Dykstra, Halverson, Hargens, Hunt, Juhnke, Peters, Street, Vanneman, and Willadsen and Senators Koetzle, Duenwald, Hansen (Tom), Hanson (Gary), McCracken, McNenny, Olson (Ed), and Peterson (Jim)

         HB 1222*     clarify certain provisions relating to petitions for protection orders.
             Representatives Gillespie, Dykstra, Engels, and Rave and Senators Albers and Heidepriem

         HB 1249*     establish the teen court grant program and to provide for its purpose.
             Representatives Turbiville, Dreyer, Faehn, Gilson, Hills, Krebs, Olson (Ryan), Pitts, Street, and Van Etten and Senators Bartling, Hoerth, Maher, and McCracken

         HB 1132     increase the maximum penalty that counties and municipalities may establish for a violation of an ordinance.
             Representatives Ahlers and Burg and Senators Koetzle, Hoerth, and Jerstad

         HB 1209*     revise certain provisions relating to the confidentiality of the juvenile corrections monitor report.
             Representatives Moore, Jerke, and Peters and Senators Koetzle, Hanson (Gary), Napoli, and Olson (Ed)

         HB 1072*     create a statewide 24/7 sobriety program, establish the 24/7 sobriety fund, and to make an appropriation therefor.
             The Committee on Judiciary at the request of the Office of the Attorney General

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.