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Sixty-First Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative R. Kelsch

Primary Sponsor

HB 1276
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation for afterschool learning programs.
HB 1356
A BILL for an Act to provide for the prioritization of new pavement on a portion of United States highway 83.
HB 1357
Relating to Bank of North Dakota interest rate buydowns for teachers.
HB 1360
Relating to the rights of regional education association employees; relating to the rights of regional education association employees, the inclusion of teachers employed by regional education associations in the teachers' fund for retirement, to provide a date by which workforce safety and insurance premiums paid by regional education associations are due, and to reconcile references to other education entities.
HB 1378
Relating to the age of admission to schools; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1400
Relating to career development facilitation, student health insurance, the use of federal stimulus dollars, school personnel, student information systems, school district insurance, national board certification, program and course requirements, assessments, state aid payments, and an early childhood education council; relating to school calendars, course requirements, home education, state aid payments, special education, school construction, English language learners, and school district general fund levies; relating to high school graduation requirements, the minimum mill levy offset, the commission on education improvement, and new immigrant English language learners; to provide an appropriation; to provide a continuing appropriation; to provide for compensation increases; to provide for the distribution of supplemental one-time grants, supplemental operations grants, teacher support system grants, transportation grants, reorganization planning grants, regional education association grants, baseline recalculation grants, and contingency payments; to provide for a contingent transfer; to provide for legislative council studies and reports; to provide an effective date; to provide an expiration date; declare an emergency.
HB 1453
Relating to wheelchair accessibility of businesses that receive state or local economic development funds; and to provide for application.

Other Bills

HB 1077
HB 1171
HB 1190
HB 1199
HB 1278
HB 1342
HB 1394
HB 1475
HB 1506
HB 1562
HB 1566
SB 2188
SB 2198
SB 2202
SB 2205
SB 2217
SB 2218
SB 2223
SB 2289
SB 2290
SB 2303
SB 2327
SB 2341
SB 2349
SB 2357
SB 2359
SB 2378

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Total Bills Introduced — 36