Two bills sponsored by Rep. Luria passed out of committee

Democrat Elaine Luria talks win over incumbent Scott Taylor Louisiana Spotlight: Abortion curbs eagerly passed by legislators – And angry Democratic lawmakers in Georgia handed out wire coat. on abortion, the two most sweeping bills are sponsored by.

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Buttrey Medicaid expansion bill moves out of committee – House Bill 658, sponsored by Rep. Ed Buttrey, R-Great Falls, passed out of committee 11-8, with all eight opposed being GOP representatives, including committee chair Rep. Dennis Lenz, R-Billings.

H.R.2481, a bill sponsored by Rep. Luria, was referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means. H.R.2481: To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to treat certain military survivor benefits as earned income for purposes of the kiddie tax.

9) H.R. 1947 – To amend title 38, United States Code, to exempt transfers of funds from Federal agencies to the Department of Veterans Affairs for nonprofit corporations established under subchapter IV of chapter 73 of such title from certain provisions of the Economy Act, as amended (Sponsored by Rep. Phil Roe / Veterans Affairs Committee)

U.S. Rep. Congresswoman Chrissy Houlahan, D-Chester County, has co-sponsored Rep. Ted Lieu’s Climate Change Solutions Act. That bill, from the Republican California congressman, calls for reducing green house emissions and moving to 100-percent renewable energy by 2025.

WJFW – Under veterans’ watchful eye, state breaks ground on $80 million skilled nursing facility at King Veterans Home Fox valley marine corps League plans 12th Annual Golf Classic

This countdown is sponsored by Lone Star College.. While that bill passed out of committee a month ago, it never made it to the floor.. Two of those four bills passed Thursday; they would.

By James A. Smith and Hunter Lovell Contributing Writers (lsu manship school news Service) – A house committee approved a bill on Tuesday that would limit Louisiana’s sentencing law for repeat offenders only to violent crimes. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Randal Gaines, D-LaPlace, is part of an effort to expand the overhaul of Louisiana’s criminal justice system that began in 2017.

Veteran’s Affairs hosts “VA 2K” to raise money for homeless vets Disabled veterans could live more independently with new technology | Newswise: News for Journalists Remains of unclaimed WWI veterans laid to rest in Roseburg The event encourages VA employees and Veterans to support National Employee Wellness Month and also another cause – homeless Veterans. Participants were encouraged to donate a food or clothing item for a homeless Veteran, and there were organizations at the event raising money for the.

NASHVILLE, Tennessee – A bill to create two types of handgun carry permits, sponsored by State Representative Andy Holt (R-Dresden) as HB 1264, passed out of the House Judiciary Committee this week.. The bill, if it should become law, reclassifies current handgun carry permits as an "Enhanced Handgun Carry Permit" (EHCP), and creates a new "Concealed Handgun Carry Permit" (CHCP).

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