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Sixty-fifth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Mock

Primary Sponsor

HB 1234
Relating to prohibiting campaign contributions from and expenditures by foreign nationals.
HB 1417
Relating to primary elections, placement on ballots, nominations of candidates, and political party organization.
HB 1418
AN ACT to provide for a legislative management study of statements of interests.
HB 1419
AN ACT to provide an appropriation for a shooting sports grant program.
HB 1430
Relating to failure to maintain control of a motor vehicle; to amend and reenact subsection 2 of section 39‑06.1‑06 and sections 39‑06.1‑09 and 39‑08‑23 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to fees for a moving violation and the use of a wireless communication device while driving; and to provide a penalty.
HB 1431
Relating to the legislative ethics committee.
HCR 3022
A concurrent resolution urging the State Board of Higher Education to develop a policy and procedures for providing specific, tailored financial aid counseling to recipients of education benefits under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944, as amended, and to include in the counseling comparisons of those education benefits to other aid packages and financing options available to the recipients.
HCR 3035
(Approved by the Delayed Bills Committee) A concurrent resolution congratulating the University of North Dakota's hockey team for its outstanding season and its eighth NCAA Division I hockey national championship.
HCR 3036
(Approved by the Delayed Bills Committee) A concurrent resolution commemorating the twentieth anniversary of the Red River flood of 1997.
HCR 3037
(Approved by the Delayed Bills Committee) A concurrent resolution requesting the Congress and the President of the United States to enact legislation to expand and extend the current federal tax credit for carbon capture, utilization, and storage under Section 45Q of the Internal Revenue Code; to provide appropriations to the United States Department of Energy sufficient to achieve and sustain a robust carbon capture research, development, demonstration, and deployment program; to support the inclusion of economically and environmentally beneficial carbon capture projects in any forthcoming federal infrastructure initiative; to support policies to increase the operational efficiency; and to support the preservation of a fuel-diverse electric generation portfolio critical to our domestic economic, energy, and national security.

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Other Bills

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Total Bills Introduced —42