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House Judiciary Criminal Laws subcommittee
H3209 - Changes the eligibility for expungement for certain offenses - favorable report as amended. The amendment adds language allowing multiple convictions with a connection to be expunged as one rather than being limited to only the first offense. The amendment also adds language that applies current conditional discharge language to older drug charges that were committed prior to the conditional discharge becoming legally available. It also allows someone receiving a pardon for a nonviolent conviction to receive an expungement three years later. Later in the day, the full House Judiciary Committee further amended the bill to protect from lawsuits entities who hire individuals that have past expunged convictions. The amendment also only makes the bill applicable prospectively. The full committee gave the bill a favorable report.
Summary of the bill as introduced: Clarifies that expungement provisions apply retroactively to certain offenses and allows for the eligibility for expungement of offenses subsequently repealed when the elements of the offense are consistent with existing similar offenses that are eligible for expungement.

House Ways and Means Committee
H3931 - Requires certain nonprofit organizations that receive more than $100 in public funds to submit a quarterly expenditure report – adjourned debate
Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires certain nonprofit organizations that receive more than $100 in public funds to submit a quarterly expenditure report to the awarding jurisdiction. The state agency or jurisdiction awarding the funds would then be required to make the report available to the public pursuant to FOIA.
H3895 - Changes the municipal financial report due date to the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs office from January 15 to March 15 – favorable report
Summary of the bill as introduced: Changes the financial report reporting date of municipalities to the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs office from January to March 15.
H3566 - Requires the law enforcement training council to develop guidelines for training that certifies first responders to carry firearms on a school campus - favorable report as amended. The amendment clarifies that schools designate the responders.
Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires the law enforcement training council to develop guidelines for training at the Criminal Justice Academy that certifies first responders to carry firearms on a school premises.
H3744 - Revises the method of setting a base salary for magistrates and adds a $15 assessment to all civil filings in magistrates' court - favorable report as amended. The amendment requires chief magistrates to report all magistrate salaries to Court Administration each year.
Summary of the bill as introduced: Revises the method of setting a base salary for magistrates and adds a $15 assessment to all civil filings in magistrates' court.
H3093 - Allows a property to continue to receive the four percent assessment ratio after the owner dies until the estate is closed – favorable report
Summary of the bill as introduced: Allows a property to continue to receive the 4 percent assessment ratio after the owner dies until the estate is closed so long as the property is not rented.
H3867 - Exempts all property devoted to housing low income residents from property taxes – favorable report
Summary of the bill as introduced: Exempts all property devoted to housing low income residents from property taxes if the property is owned by an instrumentality of a nonprofit housing corporation.

House Judiciary Committee
H3290 - Authorizes law enforcement officers to reissue a uniform traffic ticket for another offense incident to a plea negotiation or agreement – favorable report
Summary of the bill as introduced: Authorizes law enforcement officers to reissue a uniform traffic ticket for another offense incident to a plea negotiation or agreement.

Senate Judiciary subcommittee
S109 - Prohibits the operation of an unmanned aerial vehicle near a state or federal military installation - favorable report as amended. The amendment makes technical changes related to the authorized flight altitude consistent with FAA regulations.
Summary of the bill as introduced: Prohibits the operation of an unmanned aerial vehicle within a certain distance of a state or federal military installation.

Senate Education K-12 subcommittee
H3792 - Sets minimum standards for the number of toilets at middle and high school football stadiums – favorable report. Later in the day, the full Senate Education Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment removes the word "football" in order to make it cover any stadium.
Summary of the bill as introduced: Sets minimum standards for the number of toilets and lavatories for men and women at middle and high school football stadiums.

House Education and Public Works Committee
H3615 - Dylan Paul Mitchell Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Act – favorable report
Summary of the bill as introduced: Enacts penalties for drivers who fail to yield to a vulnerable road user.