Less Government, Lower Taxes and More Freedom – 2014 Legislative Session Day 19

In the Government Operations and Elections Committee meeting this morning, we’re hearing four bills and may take Executive Action on four bills. House Bill 2192 requires state agencies to track and record data regarding permit timelines; requires agencies to post specific permit assistance information on agency’s website; and starting in 2015 agencies will report annually to the Legislature about the data collected for the permit process.

House Bill 2293 requires the Joint Legislative Rules Review Committee to review certain agency rules and actions.

House Bill 2525 establishes a public funding program for Supreme Court campaigns.

House Bill 2578 exempts from disclosure proposals and related evaluation documents pertaining to competitive solicitations for alternative public works contracts.

The four bills that may receive Executive Action are House Bill 2202, 2403, 2514, and 2515.

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