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Sixty-seventh Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Magrum

Primary Sponsor

HB 1193
Relating to limits on the use of force and deadly force.
HB 1211
Relating to the veterans' aid fund and veterans' postwar trust fund; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1255
Relating to duties of the state auditor.
HB 1256
Relating to a prohibition on using nonpublic funds for elections operations.
HB 1257
Relating to safety belt use; and to provide a penalty.
HB 1289
Relating to increasing the residency requirement to become a qualified elector to one year.
HB 1444
Relating to historic horse race wagering and rent limits; and to amend and reenact sections 53‑06.2‑01, 53‑06.2‑04, 53‑06.2‑05, and 53‑06.2‑06, subsection 1 of section 53‑06.2‑08, and sections 53‑06.2‑10, 53‑06.2‑10.1, and 53‑06.2‑11 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the regulation of historic horse racing.
HB 1445
Relating to township boards of equalization; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1446
Relating to the transfer of legacy fund earnings to a property tax relief fund and a property tax credit for property used as a primary residence; to provide a continuing appropriation; to provide for a transfer; to provide an exemption; to provide an effective date; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1489
Relating to mandating the attorney general issue opinions requested by individual members of the legislative assembly.
HB 1490
Relating to endorsements and contributions by the governor; and to provide a penalty.
HCR 3036
Relating to term limits for members of the Legislative Assembly and for the governor; and to provide an application.
HCR 3037
A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to consider studying the feasibility and desirability of using legacy fund earnings to provide a primary residence property tax credit.

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Other Bills

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Total Bills Introduced —44