You can find all of today’s House subcommittee meetings at this link. There’s also an opportunity to chime in with public comments or to watch the subcommittee live.

11 a.m.

HF 1: A bill for an act relating to the child and dependent care and early childhood development tax credits.

11:30 a.m.

HF 93: A bill for an act relating to costs associated with transporting a dead body.

HSB 99: A bill for an act authorizing the Department of Transportation to renew certain valid commercial driver’s licenses without examination, including by electronic renewal.

HF 4: A bill for an act providing businesses with income, franchise, moneys and credits and gross premiums tax credits for providing child care benefits to employees of the business.

12 p.m.

HF 3: A bill for an act permitting businesses’ new onsite daycare facilities or businesses’ expansion of existing onsite daycare facilities to qualify as projects under the high quality jobs program.

HSB 104: A bill for an act relating to the determination of a student’s district of residence for purposes of open enrollment payments.

12:30 p.m.

HF 103: A bill for an act relating to school districts and accredited nonpublic schools that deliver coursework using both in-person instruction and instruction using an online learning platform and authorizing parents and guardians to determine which instruction delivery method shall be used to provide instruction to students.

HSB 70: A bill for an act relating to interpreters and translators for limited-English-proficient, deaf, and hard-of-hearing persons in certain legal proceedings, making appropriations.

4:30 p.m.

HSB 79: A bill for an act relating to defective motorcycles and autocycles purchased or leased by consumers, making penalties applicable.

HSB 78: A bill for an act relating to court reporters, including the reporting of adoption hearings and uncertified shorthand reporter appointments.

HSB 117: A bill for an act relating to officer disciplinary actions.

HSB 76: A bill for an act relating to the establishment and implementation of the safe and sound program within the department of public safety, to participation in or use of the program by schools and students, to immunity from civil or criminal liability arising from a report made pursuant to the program, and to a safe and sound revolving fund.

HSB 87: A bill for an act relating to authorized access to certain confidential records by employees of the department of corrections, a judicial district department of correctional services, and the board of parole.

HSB 57: A bill for an act authorizing savings promotion drawings under specified conditions.

HSB 86: A bill for an act relating to motor vehicles, including the surrender or transfer of registration plates and cards to a county treasurer, documentary fees charged by motor vehicle dealers, and motor vehicle franchise obligations.

5 p.m.

HSB 115: A bill for an act relating to judicial officer, prosecuting attorney, and peace officer personal information under the control of local officials, providing penalties

Jacob Hall

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