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50th Legislature - 1st Regular Session, 2011 Wednesday, Oct 18 2017 8:44 PM
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Bill Summaries
H2140: FIREARMS REGULATION; LANDLORDS; HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATIONS

Rental agreements cannot provide that the tenant waives any fundamental right guaranteed under the State Constitution. Homeowners' associations cannot prohibit the lawful exercise of any fundamental right guaranteed under the State Constitution.

First sponsor: Rep. Harper


 
H2140 Daily History  Date Action
FIREARMS REGULATION; LANDLORDS; HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATIONS 2/24 House COW approved with amend #4242.
FIREARMS REGULATION; LANDLORDS; HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATIONS 2/22 from House rules okay.
FIREARMS REGULATION; LANDLORDS; HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATIONS 2/16 from House gov with amend #4242.
FIREARMS REGULATION; LANDLORDS; HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATIONS 2/8 referred to House gov.
H2153: MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE

Counties and municipalities cannot adopt a code or ordinance that prohibits a person or entity from choosing to install or not install fire sprinklers in any residential building that contains no more than two dwelling units. Does not apply to codes or ordinances adopted before December 31, 2009. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR. The governor's signing message stated this bill conforms to her opposition to regulatory mandates, that in this case would hinder economic recovery of the home construction industry. In prohibiting mandated sprinklers in new residential construction, the bill does not prevent local jurisdictions from developing agreements with homebuilders to offer sprinklers as a purchase option to consumers.

First sponsor: Rep. Montenegro
Others: Rep. Barton, Rep. Carter, Rep. Crandell, Rep. Dial, Rep. Fann, Rep. Goodale, Rep. Gowan, Rep. R. Gray, Rep. Kavanagh, Rep. Lesko, Sen. Melvin, Rep. Olson, Rep. Seel, Rep. D. Smith, Rep. Stevens, Rep. Ugenti, Rep. Urie


 
H2153 Daily History  Date Action
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 3/9 signed by governor (with message). Chap. 7, Laws 2011. message
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 3/2 substituted in Senate for identical S1374 and passed 19-11; ready for governor.
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 2/10 House COW approved. Passed House 38-21; ready for Senate.
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 2/1 stricken from House consent calendar by Hobbs.
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 1/31 to House consent calendar.
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 1/31 from House rules okay.
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 1/26 from House gov do pass.
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 1/25 withdrawn from House mil-pub.
MUNICIPALITIES; COUNTIES; FIRE SPRINKLERS; CODE 1/18 referred to House mil-pub, gov.
H2193: MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY

For residential property with four or fewer units, a municipality may not require payment from, or refuse service to, anyone other than the person who contracted for the service and who currently resides or formerly resided at the property. A property owner of residential property of four or fewer units may contract with a municipal provider for water and waste water services and provide payment for same. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Rep. Jim Weiers


 
H2193 Daily History  Date Action
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 4/27 signed by governor. Chap. 279, Laws 2011.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 4/19 House concurred in Senate amendments and passed on final reading 45-15; ready for governor.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 4/12 passed Senate 21-8; ready for House action on Senate amendments.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 4/4 Senate COW approved with the rules tech amendment.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 3/29 from Senate rules with a technical amendment.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 3/24 from Senate water-rural do pass.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 3/23 Senate water-rural do pass; report awaited.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 3/2 referred to Senate water-rural.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 3/1 Passed House 49-8; ready for Senate.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 2/28 House COW approved with floor amend #4460.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 2/22 From House rules okay.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 2/21 to House consent calendar.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 2/16 from House gov do pass.
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 1/18 referred to House gov.
H2225: HOUSING INCENTIVE PROGRAM; APPRO

The Dept of Housing must establish a Housing Incentive Program to pay a person who moves to this state and who purchases an owner-occupied home. If the purchased property is a new home, the incentive is $1,000; if it is a resale, the incentive is $2,000. Self-repeals on July 1, 2021. Appropriates an amount (blank in original) from the General Fund to implement the program.

First sponsor: Rep. Fillmore


 

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H2225 Daily History  Date Action
HOUSING INCENTIVE PROGRAM; APPRO 1/26 referred to House com, appro.
H2264: HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE

Beginning January 1, 2012, a subdivider selling lots outside an active management area must record with the county recorder a document that contains a statement of water adequacy or inadequacy for that subdivision. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Ableser


 
H2264 Daily History  Date Action
HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE 4/19 referred to Senate water-rural.
HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE 3/17 Passed House 41-18; ready for Senate
HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE 3/16 House COW approved with amend #4141.
HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE 3/8 from House rules okay.
HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE 2/14 withdrawn from House com.
HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE 2/10 from House agri-water with amend #4141.
HOME SALES; WATER SUPPLY DISCLOSURE 1/19 referred to House agri-water, com.
H2289: SCHOOLS; COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT; JTED (SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES)

The qualifications to be county school superintendent are changed to remove the requirement that the person be a certificated teacher and to add that the person must be a qualified elector in the county and be at least 25 years old. The duty to fill vacancies in school district governing boards is removed from the county school superintendent and placed with the school governing board itself, which may delegate this authority to the county school superintendent. Also, if a Joint Technical Education District uses an alternate election system as provided in statute, a member of the JTED governing board is prohibited from serving as a member of any other governing board. In Maricopa or Pima counties, an employee of a JTED or member district or the spouse of an employee of a JTED or member district cannot serve on the JTED board. The rules school governing boards are required to adopt related to disciplinary proceedings is expanded to include those pertaining to an expulsion or suspension involving a dangerous drug. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Rep. Dial


 
H2289 Daily History  Date Action
SCHOOLS; COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT; JTED 4/19 passed Senate 20-9; ready for House action on Senate amendments.
SCHOOLS; COUNTY SCHOOL SUPT; JTED 4/13 Senate COW approved with amend #5043 and floor amend #5230 and #5231. NOTE SHORT TITLE CHANGE.
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 4/12 retained on Senate COW calendar.
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 4/5 from Senate rules okay.
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 3/30 from Senate appro with amend #5043.
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 3/28 withdrawn from Senate fin and referred to appro.
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 3/24 Senate fin held.
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 3/15 referred to Senate fin.
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 3/10 passed House 39-21; ready for Senate
SALES TAX; MUNICIPALITIES 3/9 House COW approved with amend #4324 and floor amend #4755. NOTE SHORT TITLE CHANGE.
TECH CORRECTION; ELECTIONS; SPECIAL DISTRICTS 2/24 from House rules okay.
TECH CORRECTION; ELECTIONS; SPECIAL DISTRICTS 2/17 from House tech-inf with amend #4324.
TECH CORRECTION; ELECTIONS; SPECIAL DISTRICTS 2/17 House tech-inf amended; report awaited.
TECH CORRECTION; ELECTIONS; SPECIAL DISTRICTS 2/15 referred to House tech-inf.
H2340: STATE EQUALIZATION TAX; PHASE-OUT

Beginning in tax year 2011, the state equalization assistance property tax rate is reduced annually by 1/5 of the rate in 2010. Beginning in tax year 2015 the state equalization assistance property tax rate shall be zero.

First sponsor: Rep. Olson


 

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H2340 Daily History  Date Action
STATE EQUALIZATION TAX; PHASE-OUT 1/24 referred to House ways-means, appro.
H2342: EQUALIZATION ASSISTANCE TAX; APPROP MONIES

Taxes collected from the state equalization assistance property tax are transferred to the State Treasurer for deposit in the General Fund subject to legislative appropriation for the benefit of each county. (Previously, the monies were collected and retained by the county treasurer in each county). Retroactive to tax year 2010. Due to a potential increase in state revenue, this bill requires the affirmative vote of at least 2/3 of each house of the Legislature for passage (Prop 108).

First sponsor: Rep. Olson


 

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H2342 Daily History  Date Action
EQUALIZATION ASSISTANCE TAX; APPROP MONIES 1/20 referred to House educ, appro.
H2430: FORECLOSURES; RIGHT TO RENT

A borrower who is in default on a mortgage has the right to continue to occupy the property as a renter if the borrower notifies the lender of intent to rent, makes timely monthly rental payments in an amount determined by the justice of the peace court (using a licensed residential real estate appraiser), and continues to use the property as the borrower's primary residence. A lender cannot foreclose on a property for at least one year after the borrower notifies the lender of intent to occupy the property as a renter and meets other specified requirements.

First sponsor: Rep. Tovar
Others: Rep. R. Miranda


 

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H2430 Daily History  Date Action
FORECLOSURES; RIGHT TO RENT 2/3 referred to House com, jud.
H2456: PROPERTY TAX APPEALS; NEW OWNERS

New owners of property may appeal a valuation or legal classification even if the valuation or legal classification was appealed by the former property owner.

First sponsor: Rep. Williams


 

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H2456 Daily History  Date Action
PROPERTY TAX APPEALS; NEW OWNERS 1/31 House ways-means held.
PROPERTY TAX APPEALS; NEW OWNERS 1/24 referred to House ways-means.
H2504: TAXES; CAPITAL GAINS TAX PHASE-OUT

The following amounts of capital gain included in federal adjusted gross income is subtracted from Arizona individual and corporate income taxes: 33% of net capital gain in tax year 2012, 66% in tax year 2013, and 100% beginning in tax year 2013.

First sponsor: Rep. Seel


 

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H2504 Daily History  Date Action
TAXES; CAPITAL GAINS TAX PHASE-OUT 2/8 from House ways-means with amend #4098.
TAXES; CAPITAL GAINS TAX PHASE-OUT 1/26 referred to House ways-means.
H2545: HOA; CONDO; RENTAL RESTRICTIONS

An HOA or condo association shall not prohibit leasing or rental of units.

First sponsor: Rep. Heinz
Others: Sen. Antenori, Sen. Driggs, Rep. Gowan, Sen. McComish, Rep. McCune Davis, Sen. Murphy, Rep. Patterson, Sen. Reagan, Rep. Reeve


 
H2545 Daily History  Date Action
HOA; CONDO; RENTAL RESTRICTIONS 3/7 House COW approved with amend #4239.
HOA; CONDO; RENTAL RESTRICTIONS 3/1 from House rules okay.
HOA; CONDO; RENTAL RESTRICTIONS 2/16 from House gov with amend #4239.
HOA; CONDO; RENTAL RESTRICTIONS 2/1 referred to House gov.
H2558: RENTAL PROPERTY; REGULATIONS (LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT)

Landlord tenant statutes are changed to accommodate security deposits required by utilities and unpaid utility bills. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Harper
Others: Sen. Allen, Sen. Bundgaard, Rep. Burges, Rep. Fillmore, Sen. L. Gray, Rep. R. Gray, Rep. Lesko, Rep. Montenegro, Sen. Nelson, Rep. Ugenti


 
H2558 Daily History  Date Action
RENTAL PROPERTY; REGULATIONS 4/13 FAILED pass Senate 11-19.
RENTAL PROPERTY; REGULATIONS 3/30 Senate COW approved with amend #4989 and floor amend #5045. NOTE SHORT TITLE CHANGE.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 3/29 from Senate rules okay.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 3/24 from Senate com-energy with amend #4989.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 3/23 Senate com-energy amended; report awaited.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 2/23 referred to Senate com-energy.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 2/22 passed House 39-21; ready for Senate.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 2/17 House COW approved with floor amend #4306.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 2/15 stricken from House consent calendar by Harper.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 2/14 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 2/9 from House com do pass.
LANDLORD TENANT; UTILITIES; SECURITY DEPOSIT 2/1 referred to House com.
H2595: MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS; RECYCLING

Municipalities with a population of 75,000 or more that do not have recycling programs by the effective date of this act must implement a curbside recycling program for single family residences by 2013 and for multifamily dwellings by 2015. Those that have a recycling program for single family residence by the effective date of this act must implement a curbside recycling program for multifamily dwellings by 2012.

First sponsor: Rep. Patterson


 

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H2595 Daily History  Date Action
MULTIFAMILY DWELLINGS; RECYCLING 2/7 referred to House gov.
H2609: HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING

The list of agenda items that may result in a condo or homeowner association board of directors closing a meeting is expanded to include discussion of a unit owner's appeal of a violation or penalty, although the unit owner may request that the discussion be held in an open meeting. Requires any regularly scheduled HOA or condo board meetings to be open to all members, and establishes open meeting, emergency meeting, agenda, and quorum requirements. Condo or homeowner associations may not prohibit a unit owner from posting a commercially printed "for lease" or "for rent" sign on the owner's property and cannot charge a fee for the use or placement of the sign. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Rep. Barton
Others: Sen. Antenori, Rep. Carter, Rep. Crandell, Sen. Gould, Sen. Griffin, Rep. Judd, Rep. Lesko, Sen. Melvin, Rep. Montenegro, Rep. Proud, Sen. Shooter, Rep. Stevens, Rep. Ugenti


 
H2609 Daily History  Date Action
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 4/18 signed by governor. Chap. 156, Laws 2011.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 4/13 House concurred in Senate amendments and passed on final reading 49-8; ready for governor.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 4/7 passed Senate 25-3; ready for House action on Senate amendments.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 3/23 Senate COW approved with the rules tech amendment.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 3/15 from Senate rules with a technical amendment.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 3/9 from Senate gov ref do pass.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 3/2 referred to Senate gov ref.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 3/1 Passed House 36-21; ready for Senate.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 2/28 House COW approved with floor amend #4462, #4463 and #4464.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 2/24 From House rules okay.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 2/23 stricken from House consent calendar by Meyer.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 2/23 to House consent calendar.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 2/16 from House gov do pass.
HOAS; CONDOS; SIGNS; POLITICAL; LEASING 2/7 referred to House gov.
H2615: PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; TIME LIMIT

A person applying for public benefits must prove residency in this state for a minimum of 12 consecutive months preceding the date of application. A person may not receive public benefits for more than a total of 84 months during the recipient's lifetime.

First sponsor: Rep. Stevens
Others: Rep. Goodale, Rep. Gowan, Rep. Montenegro, Rep. Ugenti, Rep. Vogt


 

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H2615 Daily History  Date Action
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; TIME LIMIT 2/7 referred to House gov.
H2636: FLAT INCOME TAX

Most statutes related to the individual income tax are repealed, and individual income tax rates are reduced for tax years beginning in 2013. The amount of the reduction ranges from about 25% to about 12%. A task force is invented to make recommendations about broadening the tax base and recommend a final income tax rate that does not exceed 3% of taxable income and that applies to all categories of person. AS PASSED HOUSE.

First sponsor: Rep. Court
Others: Sen. Antenori, Rep. Ash, Rep. Burges, Rep. Carter, Rep. Fann, Rep. Fillmore, Rep. Forese, Rep. Gowan, Rep. Harper, Rep. Jones, Rep. Judd, Rep. Kavanagh, Rep. Mesnard, Rep. Montenegro, Rep. Olson, Rep. Pratt, Rep. Proud, Rep. Seel, Rep. Stevens, Rep. Tobin, Rep. Ugenti, Rep. Urie, Rep. Vogt, Rep. Williams


 
H2636 Daily History  Date Action
FLAT INCOME TAX 3/29 from Senate rules okay.
FLAT INCOME TAX 3/28 from Senate fin with amend #5029.
FLAT INCOME TAX 3/24 Senate fin amended; report awaited.
FLAT INCOME TAX 3/15 referred to Senate fin.
FLAT INCOME TAX 3/14 passed House 40-18; ready for Senate.
FLAT INCOME TAX 3/10 House COW approved with floor amend #4801.
FLAT INCOME TAX 3/3 from House rules okay.
FLAT INCOME TAX 2/15 from House ways-means do pass.
FLAT INCOME TAX 2/9 referred to House ways-means.
H2641: FORECLOSURE; EQUITY PURCHASERS; MORTGAGE CONSULTANTS

Regulates the sale and purchase of residences in foreclosure.

First sponsor: Rep. Tovar
Others: Rep. Chabin, Rep. R. Miranda, Rep. Wheeler


 
H2641 Daily History  Date Action
FORECLOSURE; EQUITY PURCHASERS; MORTGAGE CONSULTANTS 2/8 referred to House bank-ins, com.
H2661: LANDLORD TENANT; DEPOSITS; NEW OWNER

If a rental property is sold, it is the new owner who is liable to the renter for any deposits, whether or not the renter received notice of the sale.

First sponsor: Rep. Ash
Others: Rep. Vogt


 

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H2661 Daily History  Date Action
LANDLORD TENANT; DEPOSITS; NEW OWNER 2/9 referred to House com.
H2717: HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES

A condo or homeowners' association is prohibited from charging unit owners a fee for the inside or outside display of a "for sale" sign that otherwise complies with statutory requirements. An association that violates this provision forfeits lien rights against that unit for six consecutive months. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Rep. Carter
Others: Rep. Urie


 
H2717 Daily History  Date Action
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 4/27 signed by governor. Chap. 292, Laws 2011.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 4/19 passed Senate 30-0. House concurred in Senate amendments and passed on final reading 49-9; ready for governor.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 4/14 Senate COW approved with amend #5000.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 3/29 from Senate rules okay.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 3/24 from Senate gov ref with amend #5000.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 3/23 Senate gov ref amended; report awaited.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 3/8 referred to Senate gov ref.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 3/7 passed House 56-3; ready for Senate.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 3/3 House COW approved with floor amend #4625.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 2/24 From House rules okay.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 2/23 to House consent calendar.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 2/16 from House gov do pass.
HOAS; CONDOS; PENALTIES; ATTORNEY FEES 2/9 referred to House gov.
HCR2006: PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION AMOUNT

The 2012 general election ballot is to carry the question of whether to amend the state Constitution to provide a different method to calculate how much personal property is exempt from personal property tax. The language currently permitting the Legislature to exempt $50,000 (plus inflation) from business personal property tax is changed to an amount equal to the earnings per employee of 20 workers in the state according to a designated national measure of earnings per employee.

First sponsor: Rep. Harper
Others: Sen. Allen, Sen. Antenori, Rep. Ash, Sen. Barto, Rep. Barton, Sen. Biggs, Rep. Brophy McGee, Rep. Burges, Rep. Carter, Rep. Court, Sen. Crandall, Rep. Dial, Sen. Driggs, Rep. Farnsworth, Rep. Forese, Rep. Goodale, Sen. Gould, Rep. Gowan, Sen. Griffin, Rep. Kavanagh, Sen. Klein, Rep. Lesko, Sen. McComish, Rep. McLain, Sen. Melvin, Rep. Mesnard, Rep. Montenegro, Sen. Murphy, Sen. Nelson, Rep. Olson, Sen. Pearce, Rep. Proud, Sen. Reagan, Rep. Reeve, Rep. Robson, Rep. Seel, Sen. Shooter, Rep. D. Smith, Sen. S. Smith, Rep. Stevens, Rep. Urie, Rep. Vogt, Rep. Yee


 

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HCR2006 Daily History  Date Action
No actions posted for this bill.
S1017: TECH CORRECTION; FINES; DISBURSEMENT

Minor change to Title 22 (Justices of Peace), pertaining to municipal courts. Apparent striker bus.

First sponsor: Sen. Pearce


 

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S1017 Daily History  Date Action
TECH CORRECTION; FINES; DISBURSEMENT 1/10 referred to Senate rules only.
S1149: HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES

The time within which a condo or homeowners' association must respond to a unit owner's, lienholder's or escrow agent's request for a statement of unpaid assessments against a unit is shortened to 10 days from 15. The list of information that must be transmitted to a new unit owner is expanded to include a statement summarizing pending lawsuits in which the association is a named party. If an association fails to provide documents required to be transmitted to a new owner within the statutory time period, any unpaid assessments against the unit are extinguished. The fee charged by HOAs and condo associations for preparation of documents related to association bylaws and budgets (delivered to a purchaser of a unit) are capped at an aggregate of $400. An additional fee of no more than $100 may be assessed for expedited service (defined as providing the documents within 72 hours of the request). Fees for specific documents and services are also limited to specified amounts. Formerly, associations were empowered to charge a "reasonable" fee. Also, associations are prohibited from charging a fee for the use, placement or display of a for sale sign by a unit owner. Effective January 1, 2012. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Biggs


 
S1149 Daily History  Date Action
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 4/12 signed by governor. Chap. 65, Laws 2011.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 4/7 Senate concurred in House amendments and passed on final reading 27-1; ready for governor.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 4/4 passed House 56-3; ready for Senate action on House amendments.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 3/24 House COW approved with floor amend #5018.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 3/23 retained on House COW calendar.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 3/22 From House rules okay.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 3/21 to House consent calendar. Stricken from House consent calendar by Urie.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 3/8 from House gov do pass.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 3/2 referred to House gov.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 3/1 passed Senate 29-0; ready for House.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 2/28 Senate COW approved with floor amend #4470, a substitute for amend 4024.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 2/24 retained on Senate COW calendar.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 2/10 retained on Senate COW calendar.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 2/1 from Senate rules okay.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 1/27 from Senate gov ref with amend #4024.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 1/26 Senate gov ref amended; report awaited.
HOAS; CONDOS; DOCUMENT FEES 1/19 referred to Senate gov ref.
S1160: MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS

Municipalities are prohibited from imposing or increasing transaction privilege taxes on renting residential property unless the increase is approved by the voters at a regular, municipal election. Some exceptions. Retroactive to January 1, 2011. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. McComish
Others: Sen. Biggs, Rep. Burges, Rep. Carter, Sen. Driggs, Rep. Gallego, Sen. Gould, Rep. Gowan, Sen. L. Gray, Sen. Griffin, Sen. Murphy, Sen. Nelson, Sen. S. Pierce, Rep. Pratt, Sen. Reagan, Rep. Reeve, Sen. Sinema, Sen. S. Smith, Rep. Urie, Rep. Vogt


 
S1160 Daily History  Date Action
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 4/7 signed by governor. Chap. 40, Laws 2011.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 4/5 passed House 37-22; ready for governor.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 3/23 House COW approved.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 3/15 Stricken from House consent calendar by Pancrazi.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 3/14 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 3/8 from House gov do pass.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 2/28 referred to House gov.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 2/8 passed Senate 25-4; ready for House.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 2/3 Senate COW approved.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 2/1 from Senate rules okay. Stricken from Senate consent calendar by Aboud.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 1/31 to Senate consent calendar.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 1/27 from Senate fin do pass.
MUNICIPAL SALES TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 1/19 referred to Senate fin.
S1161: TAXES; PERSONAL PROPERTY; EXEMPTION, DEPRECIATION (PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX; EXEMPTION; DEPRECIATION)

Beginning with tax year 2012, the Dept of Revenue is required to increase the maximum amount of the property tax exemption for personal property based on the average annual percentage increase, if any, in the employment cost index in the two most recent complete state fiscal years (previously used the GDP price deflator). Beginning in tax year 2012, the percentages of the scheduled depreciated value used to determine the valuation of certain types of Class 1 property are 10% lower than the percentages used through tax year 2011.

First sponsor: Sen. Yarbrough
Others: Sen. Allen, Sen. Barto, Sen. Biggs, Sen. Bundgaard, Sen. Gould, Sen. McComish, Sen. Murphy, Sen. S. Pierce, Sen. Reagan, Sen. S. Smith


 

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S1161 Daily History  Date Action
TAXES; PERSONAL PROPERTY; EXEMPTION, DEPRECIATION 2/3 from Senate fin do pass.
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX; EXEMPTION; DEPRECIATION 1/19 referred to Senate fin.
S1162: INCOME TAX; CORPORATE RATE REDUCTION (CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATE REDUCTION)

Beginning in tax year 2013, the corporate income tax rate is reduced from the current rate of 6.968% of net income by 0.492% per year until it reaches 5% in tax year 2016.

First sponsor: Sen. Yarbrough
Others: Sen. Allen, Sen. Barto, Sen. Biggs, Sen. Bundgaard, Sen. Gould, Sen. McComish, Sen. Murphy, Sen. S. Pierce, Sen. Reagan, Sen. S. Smith


 

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S1162 Daily History  Date Action
INCOME TAX; CORPORATE RATE REDUCTION 2/3 from Senate fin do pass.
CORPORATE INCOME TAX RATE REDUCTION 1/19 referred to Senate fin.
S1163: PROPERTY TAX; BUSINESSES; ASSESSMENT RATIOS

The assessed valuation of Class 1 (commercial) property is reduced from 20% to 19% in tax year 2012 and 18% in tax year 2013. The assessed valuation of Class 2 (agricultural) property is reduced from 16% to 15% beginning in tax year 2013.

First sponsor: Sen. Yarbrough
Others: Sen. Allen, Sen. Barto, Sen. Biggs, Sen. Bundgaard, Sen. Gould, Sen. McComish, Sen. Murphy, Sen. S. Pierce, Sen. Reagan, Sen. S. Smith


 

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S1163 Daily History  Date Action
PROPERTY TAX; BUSINESSES; ASSESSMENT RATIOS 2/7 from Senate fin with amend #4066.
PROPERTY TAX; BUSINESSES; ASSESSMENT RATIOS 2/3 Senate fin amended; report awaited.
PROPERTY TAX; BUSINESSES; ASSESSMENT RATIOS 1/19 referred to Senate fin.
S1166: MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE

Commercial leases of real property between two corporations 80% of whose voting shares are owned by the same shareholders are exempt from any municipal sales or use tax. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Yarbrough


 
S1166 Daily History  Date Action
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 4/18 signed by governor. Chap. 144, Laws 2011.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 4/11 passed House 39-20; ready for governor.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 4/4 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 3/22 from House ways-means do pass.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 2/28 referred to House ways-means.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 2/8 passed Senate 21-8; ready for House.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 2/3 Senate COW approved.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 2/1 from Senate rules okay. Stricken from Senate consent calendar by Aboud.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 1/31 to Senate consent calendar.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 1/31 from Senate fin do pass.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 1/27 Senate fin do pass; report awaited.
MUNICIPAL TAX EXEMPTION; COMMERCIAL LEASE 1/19 referred to Senate fin.
S1207: BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION

In statutes dealing with a county-ordered removal of a dilapidated building, the definition of "dilapidated" is shorted to exclude that its "strength or stability is substantially less than a new building." [Capitol Reports note: the remaining reasons are that it is "likely to burn or collapse and its condition endangers the life, health, safety or property of the public."] AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Griffin
Others: Sen. Antenori, Rep. Barton, Rep. Crandell, Rep. Gowan, Sen. L. Gray, Sen. Melvin, Sen. Meza, Rep. Montenegro, Sen. Murphy, Sen. Pearce, Rep. Seel, Sen. Shooter, Sen. S. Smith, Rep. Stevens


 
S1207 Daily History  Date Action
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 4/7 signed by governor. Chap. 41, Laws 2011.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 4/5 passed House 58-1; ready for governor.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 3/29 From House rules okay.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 3/28 to House consent calendar.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 3/15 from House gov do pass.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 2/21 referred to House gov.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 2/10 passed Senate 29-0; ready for House.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 2/8 From Senate rules okay.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 2/7 to Senate consent calendar.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 2/2 from Senate gov ref do pass.
BUILDING CODE; DILAPIDATED BUILDING; DEFINITION 1/24 referred to Senate gov ref.
S1222: PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF

To the extent permitted by federal law, recipients of a public benefit (including public housing) that is directly administered by this state or by a local government with taxing authority must submit at least one of eleven specified documents to prove U.S. citizenship. The exclusions formerly provided for AHCCCS clients and for certain enumerated persons (tribal members, elderly, or incapacitated) are deleted. AS PASSED SENATE.

First sponsor: Sen. Biggs


 
S1222 Daily History  Date Action
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 4/5 Stricken from House consent calendar by Pratt, C. Miranda.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 4/4 from House rules okay. To House consent calendar.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 3/24 from House com do pass.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 3/23 House com do pass; report awaited.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 3/21 referred to House com.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 3/15 passed Senate 20-9; ready for House.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 3/14 Senate COW approved with amend #4050 and floor amend #4838.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 2/10 retained on Senate COW calendar.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 2/8 from Senate rules okay.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 2/3 from Senate gov ref with amend #4050.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 2/2 Senate gov ref amended; report awaited.
PUBLIC BENEFITS; ELIGIBILITY; REQUIRED PROOF 1/25 referred to Senate gov ref.
S1225: FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION

The criminal classification of forgery (otherwise a class 4 felony) for the purpose of renting or purchasing a dwelling used to facilitate human smuggling is increased to a class 3 felony. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Sinema
Others: Sen. Allen, Sen. Antenori, Sen. Barto, Sen. Biggs, Sen. Bundgaard, Sen. Crandall, Sen. Driggs, Sen. Gould, Sen. L. Gray, Sen. Reagan


 
S1225 Daily History  Date Action
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 4/25 signed by governor. Chap 229, Laws 2011.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 4/20 passed House 54-5; ready for governor.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 4/19 House COW approved.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 4/13 from House rules okay.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 3/17 from House jud do pass.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 3/3 referred to House jud.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 2/22 passed Senate 26-3; ready for House.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 2/15 from Senate rules okay.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 2/14 to Senate consent calendar.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 2/3 from Senate border-fed-sov do pass.
FORGERY; HUMAN SMUGGLING; CLASSIFICATION 1/25 referred to Senate border-fed-sov.
S1292: REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS (REAL ESTATE; EDUCATION; BROKER REQUIREMENTS)

The time within which real estate brokers must review each listing agreement, purchase or non-residential lease agreement or similar instrument executed by an agent under their supervision is increased to 10 days from five days of the date of execution. This act also adds a definition of "business day" to mean a day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday. The list of areas on which applicants for a real estate license are tested are expanded to include a “thorough” (previously “general”) understanding of the canons of business ethics and the obligations between principal and agent, also an “appropriate knowledge of other real estate practices and principles” as determined by the Real Estate Commissioner. The authority of the commissioner over real estate schools and instructors is expanded to include withdrawal or denial of certification because of a failure to teach course content that is current or because it is substantially different from the content as approved. Beginning Jan. 1, 2012, every instructor must, in the 24 months prior to initial or renewal application, attend at least a three-hour, department approved, professional workshop emphasizing instruction methods, techniques and skills. This requirement may be waived at the commissioner’s discretion after an individual review request. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Griffin


 
S1292 Daily History  Date Action
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 4/18 signed by governor. Chap. 150, Laws 2011.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 4/13 Senate concurred in House amendments and passed on final reading 29-0; ready for governor.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 4/12 passed House 59-0; ready for Senate action on House amendments.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 4/11 House COW approved with floor amend #5166.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 4/7 Stricken from House consent calendar by Yee.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 4/6 to House consent calendar.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 4/6 from House rules okay.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 3/24 from House com do pass.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 3/23 House com do pass; report awaited.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 3/14 referred to House com.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 3/8 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
REAL ESTATE; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 3/2 Senate COW approved with amend #4333. NOTE SHORT TITLE CHANGE.
REAL ESTATE; EDUCATION; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 3/1 from Senate rules okay.
REAL ESTATE; EDUCATION; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 2/21 from Senate water-rural with amend #4333.
REAL ESTATE; EDUCATION; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 2/16 Senate water-rural amended; report awaited.
REAL ESTATE; EDUCATION; BROKER REQUIREMENTS 1/27 referred to Senate water-rural.
S1293: PROPERTY TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS (DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING)

In property tax statutes, the definition under which a property that rents rooms to transient lodgers may be included in the Class Four property (residential rentals) designation is changed to increase the maximum number of rentable rooms at the property to eight from six and to delete the requirement that average annual occupancy cannot exceed 50%. [Capitol Reports note: this act authorizes bed and breakfast establishments of up to 8 rooms to be given Class Four status (with a 10% assessment ratio) rather than be classified as a commercial property (with an approximate 20% assessment ratio.)] AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Griffin


 
S1293 Daily History  Date Action
PROPERTY TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 4/25 signed by governor. Chap 232, Laws 2011.
PROPERTY TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 4/14 Senate concurred in House amendments and passed on final reading 23-6; ready for governor.
PROPERTY TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 4/13 passed House 58-0; ready for Senate action on House amendments.
PROPERTY TAX; RESIDENTIAL RENTALS 4/12 House COW approved with amend #5013. NOTE SHORT TITLE CHANGE.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 4/6 from House rules okay.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 3/24 from House agri-water with amend #5013.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 2/28 referred to House agri-water.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 2/22 passed Senate 29-1; ready for House.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 2/15 from Senate rules okay.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 2/14 to Senate consent calendar.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 2/10 from Senate water-rural do pass.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 2/9 Senate water-rural do pass; report awaited.
DAMS; AFFIDAVIT; RECORDING 1/27 referred to Senate water-rural.
S1306: LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL

Counties and municipalities are forbidden from adopting ordinances or rules pertaining to landlord control of bedbugs other than issuing requirements related to the proper disposal of infested items. Landlords are required to provide bedbug educational materials to existing and new tenants. Landlords shall not lease any unit the landlord knows to be infested with bedbugs. Tenants must not move materials that are infested with bedbugs into a unit, and must provide the landlord with written or electronic notification if the unit has bedbugs. Except as specifically provided in this enactment, a landlord is indemnified against actions by tenants, and tenants are indemnified for damages caused by bedbugs. Landlords and tenants of single family residences are excluded from provisions of this act. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Reagan
Others: Sen. Antenori, Rep. Brophy McGee, Sen. Crandall, Sen. Driggs, Rep. Gallego, Rep. Gowan, Sen. L. Gray, Sen. McComish, Sen. Nelson, Rep. Pratt, Sen. Sinema


 
S1306 Daily History  Date Action
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 4/19 signed by governor. Chap. 191, Laws 2011.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 4/13 Senate concurred in House amendments and passed on final reading 23-6; ready for governor.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 4/11 passed House 51-8; ready for Senate action on House amendments.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 4/7 House COW approved with amend #4753 and floor amend #5139.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 3/29 from House rules okay.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 3/9 from House com with amend #4753.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 2/28 referred to House com.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 2/22 passed Senate 18-12; ready for House.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 2/15 from Senate rules okay.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 2/14 to Senate consent calendar.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 2/10 from Senate econ-jobs do pass.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 2/9 Senate econ-jobs do pass; report awaited.
LANDLORDS; TENANTS; BEDBUG CONTROL 1/31 referred to Senate econ-jobs.
S1311: HOMEOWNER'S REBATE; OWNER'S PRIMARY RESIDENCE

Only a homeowner's primary residence may be classified as Class 3 property. Other property used for owner-occupied residential purposes is classified as Class 4 (leased or rental residential) property. Each year the county assessor must send a form to property owners on which the owner must declare whether the property is the primary residence in the current valuation year.

First sponsor: Sen. McComish


 
S1311 Daily History  Date Action
HOMEOWNER'S REBATE; OWNER'S PRIMARY RESIDENCE 1/31 referred to Senate fin.
S1320: PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT; RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY; RATIOS

The assessment ratios of Class 3 (owner occupied residential) property and Class 4 (leased or rented residential) property is reduced to 9.5% (from 10%) for the period corresponding to calendar 2013. They are further reduced permanently to 9% beginning Jan. 1, 2014

First sponsor: Sen. Griffin
Others: Sen. Allen, Sen. Antenori, Sen. Gould, Rep. Judd, Sen. Melvin, Sen. S. Pierce, Sen. Shooter


 

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S1320 Daily History  Date Action
PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT; RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY; RATIOS 1/31 referred to Senate fin.
S1344: MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY

Municipalities cannot require payment of unpaid water and wastewater charges by anyone other than the person who resides or resided at the property and receives or received the service. Any other entity, at its sole discretion, may contract for water and wastewater service with a municipality and must provide payment for those services used.

First sponsor: Sen. Antenori


 

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S1344 Daily History  Date Action
MUNICIPAL WATER CHARGES; RESPONSIBILITY 1/31 referred to Senate water-rural.
S1389: TAXATION OF CAPITAL GAINS; SUBTRACTION (TAXATION OF CAPTIAL GAINS; SUBTRACTION)

Adds 57% of any net capital gain included in federal adjusted gross income to the list of allowed subtractions from taxable income for state individual and corporate income tax.

First sponsor: Sen. S. Pierce
Others: Sen. Bundgaard, Sen. Pearce


 

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S1389 Daily History  Date Action
TAXATION OF CAPTIAL GAINS; SUBTRACTION 1/31 referred to Senate fin.
S1468: HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES

Homeowner or condo associations that have enacted design guidelines or other similar rules are prohibited from demanding or receiving any monies as security for compliance with those rules.

First sponsor: Sen. Gould


 
S1468 Daily History  Date Action
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 3/23 from House gov do pass.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 3/15 House gov held.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 3/8 House gov held.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 2/28 referred to House gov.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 2/22 passed Senate 30-0; ready for House.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 2/15 from Senate rules okay.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 2/14 to Senate consent calendar.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 2/8 from Senate jud do pass.
HOAS; CONDOS; DESIGN GUIDELINES, RULES 2/1 referred to Senate jud.
S1474: LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE

The list of reasons a tenant may not fix a minor defect at landlord expense is expanded to include those conditions that do not constitute a breach of the fit and habitable condition of the premises. AS SIGNED BY GOVERNOR.

First sponsor: Sen. Gould


 
S1474 Daily History  Date Action
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 4/25 signed by governor. Chap 241, Laws 2011.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 4/18 Senate concurred in House amendments and passed on final reading 23-6; ready for governor.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 4/14 passed House 41-15; ready for Senate action on House amendments.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 4/12 House COW approved with amend #5016 and floor amend #5193 and #5194.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 4/4 from House rules okay.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 3/24 from House com with amend #5016.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 3/23 House com amended; report awaited.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 3/16 House com held.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 3/8 referred to House com.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 3/3 passed Senate 21-5; ready for House.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 3/1 Senate COW approved with floor amend #4527.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 2/24 stricken from Senate consent calendar by Gould.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 2/23 from Senate rules okay. To Senate consent calendar.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 2/9 from Senate com-energy do pass.
LANDLORD TENANT ACT; FIT & HABITABLE 2/1 referred to Senate com-energy.
S1611: IMMIGRATION OMNIBUS

Makes changes to various statutes related to immigration and demonstrating proof of legal residence in this country, including, deleting the exclusion of certain federal programs (e.g., Medicaid) from the requirement that participants must show proof of lawful presence. The effect is to make any person who receives a public benefit paid for from state or federal monies (including public housing) subject to the requirement to demonstrate lawful presence in this county. Eliminates the special treatment regarding citizenship documentation extended to American Indians, the elderly and disabled. It is a class 1 (highest) misdemeanor for an illegal alien to operate a motor vehicle in this state. Punishments include: the vehicle is forfeited and the person is subject to a 30-day jail sentence and must pay costs of incarceration. The Dept of Transportation must have proof of lawful presence from an individual wishing to title or register a motor vehicle. The identification required to enroll a child in school is limited to one of 12 specific items. (Formerly, statute permitted "other reliable proof of the pupil's identity and age.") Similarly, the Board of Regents is prohibited from admitting anyone who does not show one of 11 specific items. The attorney general is required to give notice to any employer who does not provide proof that the employer is registered with and is participating in the E-Verify Program. A consular identification card is not acceptable as a valid form of identification. More.

First sponsor: Sen. Pearce


 
S1611 Daily History  Date Action
IMMIGRATION OMNIBUS 3/17 Senate COW approved with floor amend #4925. FAILED to pass Senate 11-19.
IMMIGRATION OMNIBUS 3/9 from Senate rules okay.
IMMIGRATION OMNIBUS 2/23 from Senate appro do pass.
IMMIGRATION OMNIBUS 2/21 referred to Senate appro.