Less Government, Lower Taxes and More Freedom – 2014 Legislative Session Day 9

After joining Matt Shea for his live radio show and taping my show for Saturday, I had my first committee meeting of the day. In the Government Operations and Elections Committee we’re hearing three bills and may consider five bills for Executive Action. House Bill 1449 exempts victim impact statements from disclosure under the Public Records Act and exempts documents and other materials provided by the defense to the prosecution.

House Bill 2374 corrects statutory cross references, clarifies policy, and repeals outdated provisions of law pertaining to procurement.

House Bill 2473 requires employers to grant a temporary leave of absence without loss of job status or seniority to employees serving in the state legislature and authorizes a private right of action to receive an award for damages, reinstatement, and attorneys’ fees and costs.

The five bills that may be considered for Executive Action are House Bills 1102, 1279, 2105, 2106, and 2121.

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