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HB 1032  Provides for limitations and conditions on the regulation of single-family residential building design by cities and municipalities.
Bill History: 05-15-19 S Committee hearing cancelled HCC: Business & Commerce
05-15-19 S Meeting set for 1:00 p.m., Room 512-A HCC: Business & Commerce
05-15-19 S Discussed in House Conference Committee and Opened for
Signatures

HB 1064  Provides for a fee imposed upon manufactured homes be in lieu of ad valorem taxation for disabled veterans, such fee shall be $5.
Bill History: 02-21-19 H Withdrawn from committee House Appropriations & Budget
02-21-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1094  Lifts the requirements that manufactured home sales persons have state issued licensing and imposes a fine on any practice of new or used car sales without licensing from the state.
Bill History: 04-11-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 41/N: 0)
04-15-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-18-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 79)

HB 1134  Increases the limit of applicable repair costs under the Residential Landlord and Tenant Act from $100 to $200.
Bill History: 03-11-19 S Received in the Senate
03-25-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1191  Expands the width of intervening strips dividing municipalities from territory when considering adjacency and continuity.
Bill History: 01-16-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House County & Municipal Government
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1232  Transfers various authorities and responsibilities from the Uniform Building Code Commission to the Construction Industries Board, including the implementation and administration of the Uniform Building Code Commission Act.
Bill History: 02-27-19 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 432-A House Business & Commerce
02-27-19 H Not heard in committee House Business & Commerce
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1264  Eliminates the population requirements necessary to claim the Affordable Housing Credit and reduces the period available to claim credits under the Act from 10 to 5 years.
Bill History: 02-27-19 H Meeting set for 4:30 p.m., Room 432-A House Appropriations & Budget
02-27-19 H Not heard in committee House Appropriations & Budget
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 1269  Allows sentence modification for convictions that have since been reclassified, directs the Department of Corrections to send reports of certain inmates to local courts and judges, and provides for procedures to ease expungement.
Bill History: 05-23-19 S Senate accepted the conference report
05-23-19 S Senate finally passed conference bill (Vote: Y: 34/N: 11)
05-23-19 G Sent to the Governor

HB 1330  Increases size of land which affords the sole abutting property owner of a piece of land to be sold by the Transportation Commission the right of first refusal from less than one acre to less than three acres.
Bill History: 04-17-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 43/N: 0)
04-22-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-25-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 142)

HB 1411  Eliminates the population restriction on municipalities to receive the Affordable Housing Tax Credit and limits refundability to two years.
Bill History: 04-23-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 36/N: 7)
04-24-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-29-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 190)

HB 1434  Extends the sunset for the Oklahoma Abstractors Board.
Bill History: 04-08-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 30/N: 16)
04-09-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-15-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 44)

HB 1898  Extends the time to begin projects which can qualify for credits under the Local Development and Enterprise Zone Incentive Leverage Act to 2022.
Bill History: 02-27-19 H Meeting set for 4:30 p.m., Room 432-A House Appropriations & Budget
02-27-19 H Not heard in committee House Appropriations & Budget
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2134  Prohibits the disqualification of licensure for certain convictions if the person meets all other requirements.
Bill History: 04-11-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-09-19 S Removed from hearing Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2150  Relates to mineral rights by defining certain actions by municipalities and political subdivisions other than the Corporation Commission which disrupt the use of mineral estates to constitute a taking; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-09-19 S Title stricken in committee Senate Judiciary
04-09-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass as amended Senate Judiciary
04-26-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2257  Directs municipalities to prohibit any curb structure across driveways of multifamily dwellings which create unsafe or unreasonable access for disabled or aged persons attempting to access the dwelling.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-05-19 H Referred to House Committee on House County & Municipal Government
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2365  Allows contingencies in contracts for the sale of property allowing for the securing of required permits, lot changes, zoning changes, and the like, such contingencies not to exceed 180 days.
Bill History: 03-11-19 S Received in the Senate
03-25-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2392  Provides for certain notices by landlords to tenants to be sent through the Firm Mailing Book for Accountable Mail provided by the United States Post Office.
Bill History: 01-17-19 H Filed
02-06-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-01-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2393  Permits certain notices to tenants by landlords to be sent through the Firm Mailing Book for Accountable Mail provided by the United States Post Office.
Bill History: 04-16-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 44/N: 0)
04-17-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-22-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 115)

HB 2394  Modifies grounds for termination of lease by landlords related to criminal drug activity to not require such activity to take place on or near the premises of the renter.
Bill History: 04-09-19 S Title stricken in committee Senate Judiciary
04-09-19 S Failed in Committee Senate Judiciary
04-12-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

HB 2395  Relates to landlords and tenants by permitting landlords to take possession of certain property left outside a dwelling unit by a former tenant who has abandoned or surrendered possession of the dwelling.
Bill History: 04-10-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 36/N: 8)
04-11-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-16-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 61)

HB 2424  Removes certain exceptions for Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangement licensing via the Insurance Commissioner, removes waiver of aggregate stop-loss coverage, and requires auditing by certified independent public accountants.
Bill History: 05-16-19 H House concurred in Senate amendments (Vote: Y: 68/N: 16)
05-17-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-21-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 425)

HB 2478  Provides for exception to certain tax noncompliance notifications for certain licensees who were not previously required to pay income tax or who have moved to the state within the last year.
Bill History: 05-02-19 H Referred to House conference committee HCC: Government Efficiency
05-07-19 S Referred to Senate conference committee Senate Conference Committee
05-07-19 S Senate appointed a conference committee
Treat, Bice, Montgomery, Stanley, Floyd, and Kirt

HB 2597  Permits open carry of firearms by qualified persons without a license, with various restrictions and standards, including disclosure requirements to police.
Bill History: 02-27-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 40/N: 6)
02-27-19 G Sent to the Governor
02-27-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 1)

HB 2612  Creates the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act, which provides for oversight and regulation of the medical marijuana industry, to be overseen by a Medical Marijuana Authority within the Dept. of Health.
Bill History: 03-11-19 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 43/N: 5)
03-12-19 G Sent to the Governor
03-14-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 11)

SB 104 (1)Permits the Real Estate Commission to investigate and impose sanctions on licensed real estate agents using prizes or money to induce or secure customer/client purchases of specific property, but permits open prizes for marketing.
Bill History: 04-10-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y:101/N: 0)
04-11-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-16-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 66)

SB 164  Relates to county fire protection district boards and provides for the requirement that a fire chief be employed under certain circumstances, allows for adjacent areas within a county, including municipalities, to opt-in or out by a process.
Bill History: 04-23-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 89/N: 0)
04-24-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-29-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 206)

SB 178  Provides relative to the Oklahoma Residential Landlord and Tenant Act by increasing the amount of rent that a tenant may withhold when their landlord does not cure certain reported and necessary repairs to the property.
Bill History: 01-07-19 S Filed
01-25-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Judiciary
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 305  Relates to medical marijuana by prohibiting the hiring, discipline, or penalization of applicants or employees based upon them holding a medical marijuana license, with various exceptions and testing stipulations; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-11-19 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 512-A House Rules
04-11-19 H Not heard in committee House Rules
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 399  Contingent on a Constitutional Amendment, provides for a valuation of all tax exempt state property, to be valued as other like property for the purpose of determining the applicable limit on a school district's indebtedness.
Bill History: 01-16-19 S Filed
01-30-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Rules
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 416  Relates to tax credits for investment in affordable housing projects, modifies term of credit period on and after January 1, 2020.
Bill History: 04-01-19 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 512-A House A&B Sub: Finance
04-01-19 H Not heard in committee House A&B Sub: Finance
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 442  Increases the county clerk fee for each instrument recorded with the Registrar of Deeds from $5 to $10, for the purpose of necessary purchases for managing, preserving, and modernizing records.
Bill History: 04-09-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 88/N: 1)
04-10-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-16-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 68)

SB 517  Requires that landowners impacted by business entities lawfully doing business on private property, compensate such owners for utilizing rights-of-way located on their property.
Bill History: 03-13-19 H Received in the House
03-19-19 H Referred to House Committee on House Transportation
04-18-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 518  Requires that landowners impacted by business entities lawfully doing business on private property, compensate such owners for utilizing rights-of-way located on their property.
Bill History: 01-16-19 S Filed
02-01-19 S Prereferred to Committee Senate Transportation
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 594  Relates to annual tax sales of properties in municipalities by exempting the sale of certain properties owned and occupied by disabled individuals, and those over the age of sixty-five years if the only lien is for unpaid taxes.
Bill History: 02-14-19 S Meeting set for 1:30 p.m., Room 535 Senate General Government
02-14-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass Senate General Government
03-15-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 607  Relates to building permits issued by municipalities by providing for an expedited process for certain projects for industrial use within an industrially zoned district.
Bill History: 02-14-19 S Meeting set for 1:30 p.m., Room 535 Senate General Government
02-14-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass Senate General Government
03-15-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 638  Sunsets the capital gains tax deduction from the Oklahoma adjusted gross income of individual taxpayers as allowable, ending on or before December 31, 2020.
Bill History: 02-05-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Finance
02-05-19 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 667  Provides for technical changes to margin sizes of county clerk documents, increasing top margin to two inches and all other margins to one inch.
Bill History: 03-27-19 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 206 House County & Municipal Government
03-27-19 H Voted from committee - Do Pass House County & Municipal Government
04-26-19 H Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 700  Includes references to blockchain technology as a means of securing and storing electronic information under the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.
Bill History: 04-17-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 75/N: 0)
04-22-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-25-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 177)

SB 731  Relates to licensure of appraisers, license suspension notifications, appraisal management services, adjusts definitions, prohibits collection of fees by AMCs from a certain fund, federally-regulated AMCs to report to the Real Estate Appraiser Board.
Bill History: 04-11-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 99/N: 0)
04-15-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-18-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 90)

SB 733  Eliminates language related to political subdivisions having managerial control over building codes as relates to the Oklahoma Inspectors Act, and removes provisions related to building inspectors' employment status and licensure.
Bill History: 05-06-19 S Senate concurred in House amendments (Vote: Y: 38/N: 5)
05-07-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-13-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 356)

SB 737  Modifies the Professional Entity Act definition to include certified real estate appraisers, for the purpose of licensure.
Bill History: 04-23-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 89/N: 0)
04-24-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-29-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 222)

SB 786  Relates to the Oklahoma Affordable Housing Act by modifying the applicable time period that certain low-income individuals may claim certain credits and carry forward eligibility limited to two subsequent taxable years.
Bill History: 01-17-19 S Filed
02-07-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Finance
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 907  Adjusts definitions related to construction inspector provisional licenses, adding the requirement that certain such licensees work under the supervision of a licensed mentor, makes other license provisions, and removes report writer definition.
Bill History: 02-21-19 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 419-C Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
02-21-19 S Not heard in committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules

SB 915 (1)Creates the Remote Online Notary Act, provides definitions, rule-making authority, registration procedures, and record keeping requirements, also creates other related Acts.
Bill History: 05-02-19 S Senate concurred in House amendments (Vote: Y: 42/N: 0)
05-06-19 G Sent to the Governor
05-09-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 338)

SB 943  Removes and replaces definitions for a "bona fide association" and a "bona fide association health plan" to align with Federal Department of Labor standards.
Bill History: 04-23-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 88/N: 0)
04-25-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-30-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 265)

SB 961 (1)Creates the OK First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act, which allows for an income tax deduction for related savings up to a certain amount with related reporting required for persons purchasing a house for the first time.
Bill History: 04-17-19 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 92/N: 0)
04-22-19 G Sent to the Governor
04-26-19 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 186)

SJR 7  Constitutional Amendment to change the valuation method for school bonds to include state property that is not taxable to total value.
Bill History: 02-27-19 S Voted from committee - Do Pass as amended Senate Rules
02-27-19 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Finance
03-01-19 S Dormant pursuant to the rules


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