Legislation

Bill Status Report

04-01-2021 – 19:24:33

 

OICA Oklahoma Legislature Tracking

For up-to-the-minute tracking, go to the Oklahoma Legislature’s bill tracking system at tinyurl.com/oicab-o-t-d

 

 

HB 1002  

             

Bush, Carol(R)
Weaver, Darrell (F)(R)

Permits individuals who were time-barred from filing civil action for injuries relating to childhood abuse or exploitation to file such actions in certain circumstances for a period of 5 years beginning October 31, 2021.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 H Title stricken
03-11-21 H Floor amendment(s) adopted: 1 by Bush
03-11-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 81/N: 6)
03-15-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary

 

HB 1007  

             

Bush, Carol(R)
Garvin, Jessica (F)(R)

Modifies domestic harassment definitions to include posts on social media or other electronic communications that are untrue or invade privacy and establishes a rebuttable presumption for authorship of social media posts.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 5:02pm 
03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 84/N: 8)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 1010  

             

Ranson, Trish(D)
Rader, Dave(R)

Creates the Advisory Council on Traumatic Brain Injury to review and gather data on traumatic brain injuries within the State and to make related recommendations.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 83/N: 6)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
04-05-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 1012  

             

Bush, Carol(R)
Garvin, Jessica (F)(R)

Prohibits the Health Care Authority from contracting with any entity for nonemergency transportation services of Medicaid and SoonerCare personnel which would negatively impact public transportation systems, and encourages use of such.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 9:33am 
03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 64/N: 16)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 1026  

             

Worthen, Rande(R)
Montgomery, John(R)

Permits the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training to establish and certify additional law enforcement and criminal justice programs at state-sponsored technology centers for teaching students between ages 16 and 19.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 2:19pm 
03-08-21 H Floor amendment(s) adopted: 1 by Worthen
03-08-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 97/N: 0)
03-09-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Public Safety

 

HB 1027  

             

Ranson, Trish(D)
Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)

Requires schools to develop and offer violence de-escalation programs which include training in evidence-based, trauma informed teaching for school personnel.

 

Bill History:

02-25-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-02-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 3:45pm 
03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 81/N: 11)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education

 

HB 1085  

             

Boatman, Jeff(R)
Daniels, Julie(R)

Permits courts to waive a search of the child abuse and neglect information system when making a ruling for the emergency placement of a child.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 95/N: 1)
03-02-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Judiciary

 

HB 1086  

             

Boatman, Jeff(R)
Daniels, Julie(R)

If a ward owns real or personal property, a guardian may petition to transfer such property under a protective arrangement to certain agencies providing services to the ward, such transfers not to affect Medicaid eligibility.

 

Bill History:

02-22-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 97/N: 0)
02-23-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Judiciary

 

HB 1091  

             

Bush, Carol(R)
Kidd, Chris(R)

Creates the Ensuring Access to Medicaid Act to allow access to healthcare for Oklahomans and establishes the conditions for providers to participate.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 H Title stricken
03-11-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 81/N: 13)
03-15-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
03-22-21 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Approp Sub: Health & Human Services

 

HB 1095  

             

Strom, Judd(R)
Daniels, Julie(R)

Permits courts to bar a defendant from entering the district where they were convicted until after completion their sentence while also ensuring access to programs to complete probation.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 4:41pm 
03-08-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 89/N: 5)
03-09-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 1103  

             

Vancuren, Mark(R)
Haste, John (F)(R)

Creates the Oklahoma Prevention Needs Assessment Survey, a mental health prevention survey for public school students in grades six, eight, ten, and twelve.

 

Bill History:

03-17-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-30-21 S Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 535 – Senate Education
03-30-21 S Title stricken in committee Senate Education
03-30-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass as substituted Senate Education
03-30-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations

 

HB 1104  

             

Vancuren, Mark(R)
Montgomery, John(R)

Includes the collection of tribal affiliation-related student data to the Student Data Accessibility, Transparency and Accountability Act of 2013’s provisions.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 94/N: 0)
03-02-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 535 – Senate Education
03-23-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Education

 

HB 1151  

             

Osburn, Mike(R)
Howard, Brent (F)(R)

Provides that courts may consider evidence related to the ability of parents to cooperate well on issues related to their minor children, and if equal access and custody is not provided, the court is to issue a finding of fact.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 93/N: 4)
03-09-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-30-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary
03-30-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass as amended Senate Judiciary

 

HB 1568  

             

Boatman, Jeff(R)
Haste, John (F)(R)

Creates Maria’s Law which requires school districts to include certain instruction on mental health in their curriculum.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 84/N: 10)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 535 – Senate Education

 

HB 1569  

             

Rosecrants, Jacob(D)
Pugh, Adam(R)

Creates the Oklahoma Play to Learn Act which encourages school districts to implement professional development programs to provide for student play-based learning and prohibits districts from forbidding such practices; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-09-21 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 76/N: 16)
03-10-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 535 – Senate Education
03-23-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Education

 

HB 1692  

             

Newton, Carl(R)
Brooks, Michael(D)

Increases the maximum age of an offender to qualify for the Delayed Sentencing Program for Young Adults from 21 years of age to 25.

 

Bill History:

03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-30-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary
03-30-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Judiciary
03-30-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations

 

HB 1709  

             

Hill, Brian(R)
Rosino, Paul(R)

Allows the services of the Successful Adulthood Act to continue to age 16 if the child meets certain requirements; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 91/N: 0)
03-02-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-29-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services
03-29-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass as amended Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 1739  

             

Dills, Sheila(R)
Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)

Creates the Connecting Futures Act to create a pilot program to provide aid to minors who are separated from their parents or legal guardians.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 5:08pm 
03-01-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 82/N: 6)
03-02-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 1773  

             

 

Conley, Sherrie(R)
Garvin, Jessica(F)(R)

 

Requires certain teacher candidates to study multi-tiered systems of support in the teacher preparation program.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 2:01pm 
03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 91/N: 0)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 535 – Senate Education

 

HB 1775  

             

Conley, Sherrie(R)
Garvin, Jessica(F)(R)

Changes the Riley Boatwright Act to Riley’s Rule and provides standards for an Emergency Action Plan.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-03-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 5:54pm 
03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 93/N: 0)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education

 

HB 1791  

             

Pae, Daniel(R)
Jett, Shane (F)(R)

Requires the Dept. of Human Services to complete certain investigations of child care facilities within 30 days unless the complaint involved extenuating circumstances, directs responsibility for violators and establishes standards for resolution.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 H Floor substitute adopted
03-08-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 87/N: 7)
03-09-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 1797  

             

Miller, Nicole(R)
Garvin, Jessica (F)(R)

Prohibits persons who are the perpetrator of a finding of heinous and shocking abuse by the Dept. of Human Services from working with or providing services related to child care and directs related notification.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Floor amendment(s) adopted: 1 by Miller
03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 96/N: 1)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
04-05-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 1799  

             

Miller, Nicole(R)
Rosino, Paul(R)

Permits legal guardians of children with juvenile court records to request expungement by oral or written petition and provides for various other provisions related to expungement.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 6:13pm 
03-08-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 86/N: 9)
03-09-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 1880  

             

West, Tammy(R)
Jech, Darcy(R)

Directs the District Attorneys Council to develop and administer a five-year restorative justice pilot program using citizen-led mediation panels.

 

Bill History:

03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations

 

HB 1882  

             

Stark, Marilyn(R)
Rader, Dave(R)

Creates the Out-of-Schooltime Task Force to study and make recommendations for out-of-school programs available to parents and children in the state.

 

Bill History:

03-30-21 S Title stricken in committee Senate Education
03-30-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass as amended Senate Education
03-30-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
03-31-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m., Room 535 – Senate Appropriations
03-31-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Appropriations

 

HB 1902  

             

Roe, Cynthia(R)
Garvin, Jessica (F)(R)

Permits child caretakers who are in a safety plan to authorize certain necessary medical treatment and examinations for children when the parents are unwilling or unavailable.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 88/N: 3)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-29-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services
03-29-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 1944  

             

Munson, Cyndi(D)
Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)

Permits the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training to offer training for officers to notify schools when students have been involved in traumatic events.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-11-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 11:23am 
03-11-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 69/N: 20)
03-15-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Public Safety

 

HB 1964  

             

Nollan, Jadine(R)
Rader, Dave(R)

Directs that the salary of juvenile bureau directors be fixed by boards of county commissioners and removes previous requirements that such salaries not exceed 90% of Class A county officer salaries.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-03-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 11:34am 
03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 93/N: 0)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate General Government

 

HB 1992  

             

Caldwell, Trey(R)
Kidd, Chris(R)

Grants the Office of Juvenile Affairs the authority to contract with various entities to provide services.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 3:26pm 
03-08-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 82/N: 14)
03-09-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 2011  

             

Townley, Tammy(R)
Haste, John (F)(R)

Voids the rights of a parent to refuse consent to the adoption of a child when by clear and convincing evidence such parent engaged in rape to conceive the child.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 6:01pm 
03-11-21 H Title stricken
03-11-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 83/N: 0)
03-15-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2083  

             

McCall, Charles(R)
Daniels, Julie(R)

Provides for a corporate income tax deduction in increasing amounts over the course of several years, eventually resulting in a 100 percent deduction by 2026.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 H Reps. Bennett, Blancett, Goodwin and Nichols debate against
the bill. Reps Hilbert, O’Donnell, Wallace and Speaker
McCall debate in favor of the bill
03-11-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 74/N: 20)
03-15-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Finance
03-17-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 2311  

             

Lawson, Mark(R)
Haste, John (F)(R)

Establishes standards and requirements for the detention of youth offenders in adult correctional facilities.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 3:44pm 
03-01-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 93/N: 0)
03-02-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2312  

             

Lawson, Mark(R)
Haste, John (F)(R)

Permits the Office of Juvenile Affairs to raise the issue of a child’s competency at any time prior to or during delinquency or youthful offender proceedings.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 3:46pm 
03-01-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 91/N: 0)
03-02-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2313  

             

Lawson, Mark(R)
Haste, John (F)(R)

Directs the Office of Juvenile System Oversight to conduct periodic inspections and requires that the Office have access to child care facilities for site visits and direct communication with the residents.

 

Bill History:

02-17-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 1:35pm 
02-17-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 73/N: 1)
02-18-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
04-05-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 2316  

             

Lawson, Mark(R)
Rader, Dave(R)

Establishes membership, meeting requirements, a related fund and reporting requirements for the 2-1-1 Oklahoma Coordinating Council; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 95/N: 0)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-29-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services
03-29-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass as substituted Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 2317  

             

Lawson, Mark(R)
Haste, John (F)(R)

Directs the Commission on Children and Youth to administer a grievance process to be utilized by children detained in certain adult facilities.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 94/N: 0)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
04-05-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 2318  

             

Lawson, Mark(R)
Garvin, Jessica (F)(R)

Adjusts certain provisions related to child abuse and neglect to remove references to siblings of children.

 

Bill History:

03-15-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Title restored in committee Senate Judiciary
03-23-21 S Voted from committee – Do Pass as amended Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2327  

             

Bashore, Steve (F)(R)
Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)

Relates to the Dept. of Human Services Restricted Registry, requiring notice be given to certain individuals and, if such individuals are employed in a facility connected to the Office of Juvenile Affairs, to the facility.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 5:43pm 
03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 93/N: 0)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Health & Human Services
04-05-21 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 – Senate Health & Human Services

 

HB 2363  

             

Burns, Ty(R)
Jett, Shane (F)(R)

Requires charitable organizations and professional fundraisers to disclose certain information including how much of their charitable solicitation funds remained in Oklahoma.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 9:50am 
03-11-21 H Floor substitute adopted
03-11-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 81/N: 10)
03-15-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2367  

             

Burns, Ty(R)
Coleman, Bill (F)(R)

Permits children aged 16 or older to enter into contracts to obtain housing if they have received a certification of unaccompanied status.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 4:34pm 
03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 89/N: 4)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2381  

             

Sterling, Danny(R)
Simpson, Frank(R)

Requires school districts to conduct an annual fitness assessment for students in grades three through twelve within a course that satisfies the physical education program currently in statute.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 2:31pm 
03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 57/N: 37)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 2388  

             

Talley, John(R)
Dugger, Tom(R)

Permits school districts to provide age-appropriate courses about social-emotional learning.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-03-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 5:58pm 
03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 70/N: 22)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education

 

HB 2396  

             

Russ, Todd(R)
Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)

Permits school boards of education to adopt policies regarding sex trafficking and exploitation prevention and education programs.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 3:11pm 
03-02-21 H Floor amendment(s) adopted: 1 by Russ
03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 86/N: 6)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education

 

HB 2399  

             

Russ, Todd(R)
Quinn, Marty(R)

Directs that students in the eleventh or twelfth grades whose parents died after the student’s tenth grade year not qualify for OHLAP funds if their or their adoptive parents have an adjusted gross income in excess of $100,000 per year.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 5:49pm 
03-02-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 93/N: 0)
03-03-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 2504  

             

Kannady, Chris(R)
Rosino, Paul(R)

Adjusts the membership and appointment of city-county health board membership for certain large municipalities.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 H Reps. Goodwin and Waldron debate against the bill. Rep
Kannady debates in favor of the bill
03-10-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 54/N: 41)
03-11-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate General Government
03-17-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HB 2515  

             

Stinson, Preston (F)(R)
Daniels, Julie(R)

Provides relative to various definitions and provisions related to child abuse and neglect.

 

Bill History:

03-09-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 6:29pm 
03-09-21 H Floor amendment(s) adopted: 1 by Moore
03-09-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 98/N: 0)
03-10-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Public Safety

 

HB 2565  

             

Caldwell, Chad(R)
Daniels, Julie(R)

Excludes certain actions from definitions of parental neglect, including allowing children of sufficient capacity to avoid harm to travel to and from school and engage in outdoor play.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 H Laid out for consideration in the House at 2:56pm 
03-03-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 91/N: 1)
03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2644  

             

Echols, Jon(R)
David, Kim(R)

Modifies the termination date of the teleconference or video conference options for the Open Meetings Act and requires public bodies that give notice of meetings with virtual attendance to post access information on the notice; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Judiciary
03-30-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary
03-30-21 S Not heard in committee Senate Judiciary
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.9 – Senate Judiciary

 

HB 2662  

             

Lowe, Dick (F)(R)
Rader, Dave(R)

Creates the Seizure-Safe Schools Act to require schools to make a written individualized health plan designed to acknowledge and prepare for the health care needs of a student diagnosed with a seizure disorder; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-04-21 S Received in the Senate
03-15-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
03-15-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations
03-23-21 S Withdrawn from dual assignment to Apppropriations
04-06-21 S Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 535 – Senate Education

 

HB 2727  

             

Pittman, Ajay(D)
Bullard, David (F)(R)

Encourages the teaching of basic life skills in public schools, subject to the availability of funds.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 H Floor amendment(s) adopted: 1 by Pittman
03-10-21 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 67/N: 26)
03-11-21 S Received in the Senate
03-17-21 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Education
03-17-21 S And also Referred to Senate Appropriations

 

HR 1019  

             

McEntire, Marcus(R)

Declares privatized managed care to be a failed health care model and encourages the Health Care Authority to create an Oklahoma-based managed care system.

 

Bill History:

03-29-21 H Filed
03-30-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda

 

SB 3  

             

Bullard, David (F)(R)
Humphrey, Justin J.J.(R)

Permits the use of telemedicine by law enforcement for persons potentially in need of mental health treatment and divides responsibility for transport of such persons between law enforcement and the Dept. of Mental Health based on the distance.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-25-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-25-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-31-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda

 

SB 7  

             

Bergstrom, Micheal(R)
Humphrey, Justin J.J.(R)

Permits the use of telemedicine services for the assessment of persons possibly in need of mental health or substance abuse treatment who are taken into custody by law enforcement.

 

Bill History:

02-09-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-25-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-25-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-31-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda

 

SB 13  

             

Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)
Baker, Rhonda(R)

Directs that teachers whose certificates are suspended under certain circumstances be themselves placed on suspension while proceedings for revocation or other action are pending before the Board of Education; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-01-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education
04-06-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education

 

SB 17  

             

Floyd, Kay(D)
Bush, Carol(R)

Requires that Lethality Assessment forms for domestic violence cases be available on the Attorney General’s website and expands protocol instructions for law enforcement officers processing lethality assessment forms.

 

Bill History:

02-08-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 0)
02-09-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Criminal
03-31-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Judiciary – Criminal
03-31-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Criminal

 

SB 21  

             

Floyd, Kay(D)
McEntire, Marcus(R)

Requires school district boards of education to adopt policies for suicide awareness and training for staff and, beginning in the 2022-2023 school year, for students; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-09-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 0)
03-09-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 45/N: 0)
03-10-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education
04-06-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education

 

SB 27  

             

Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)
Moore, Anthony (F)(R)

Requires certain identifying information gathered after a child is placed by the Dept. of Human Services to be forwarded to the OSBI and compared with federal databases.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 47/N: 0)
03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Children, Youth & Family Services

 

SB 44  

             

Hicks, Carri (F)(D)
Strom, Judd(R)

Dismisses a misdemeanor charge of failure to appear if the person who is summoned can show the court that they were incarcerated or detained by law-enforcement at the time of their hearing.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 0)
03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Criminal Justice & Corrections
04-01-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Criminal Justice & Corrections
04-01-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Criminal Justice & Corrections

 

SB 45  

             

Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)
Talley, John(R)

Adds a fingerprint-based national criminal history record check to the required investigations conducted on potential employees of the Dept. of Human Services.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 0)
03-15-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Children, Youth & Family Services

 

SB 65  

             

Montgomery, John(R)
Roberts, Dustin(R)

Includes transfers pursuant to military orders requiring presence in a foreign country among qualifying deployments under the Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

02-11-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
02-18-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Veterans & Military Affairs
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 4S.5 – House Veterans & Military Affairs
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Veterans & Military Affairs

 

SB 87  

             

Haste, John (F)(R)
Bush, Carol(R)

Permits counties or governing bodies to have a law enforcement officer take a consenting person in possession of a controlled dangerous substance or drug paraphernalia to an approved treatment or evaluation center in lieu of getting arrested.

 

Bill History:

03-29-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 450 – House A&B Sub: Health
03-25-21 H Committee hearing cancelled House A&B Sub: Health
03-29-21 H Meeting set for 9:15 a.m., Room 450 – House A&B Sub: Health
03-29-21 H Voted from subcommittee-Do Pass House A&B Sub: Health
03-29-21 H Returned to full committee House Appropriations & Budget

 

SB 89  

             

Haste, John (F)(R)
Baker, Rhonda(R)

Creates the Health Education Act which establishes certain standards for mandatory health and physical education for students and creates a Health Education Revolving Fund to assist in the development of such programs; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education
03-26-21 H Committee hearing cancelled House Common Education
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Common Education

 

SB 93  

             

Hicks, Carri (F)(D)
McBride, Mark(R)

Updates certain terms related to persons with intellectual disabilities within statute.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 0)
03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Children, Youth & Family Services

 

SB 95  

             

Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)
Miller, Nicole(R)

Establishes standards for sudden unexplained infant death investigation, requiring reporting and interviews within 48 hours after death.

 

Bill History:

02-09-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
02-10-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Public Health
03-31-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Public Health
03-31-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Public Health

 

SB 121  

             

Hicks, Carri (F)(D)
Hasenbeck, Toni(R)

Requires each school district to provide a sanitary location and paid breaks for lactating employees for the purpose of expressing breast milk; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 42/N: 3)
03-01-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 42/N: 3)
03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education
04-06-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education

 

SB 126  

             

Daniels, Julie(R)
Martinez, Ryan(R)

Adjusts the requirements for private schools to qualify to accept students under the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship for Students with Disabilities Program by prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, or nationality; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-09-21 S Floor amendment(s) adopted:
one by Simpson
03-09-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 35/N: 8)
03-09-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 35/N: 8)
03-10-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education

 

SB 128  

             

Rader, Dave(R)
Lowe, Dick (F)(R)

Creates the Seizure-Safe Schools Act which requires school districts to provide a minimum of training and instruction to certain employees related to assisting students suffering from seizures; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education
03-26-21 H Committee hearing cancelled House Common Education
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Common Education
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Common Education

 

SB 132  

             

Bullard, David (F)(R)
Baker, Rhonda(R)

Extends eligibility to access the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program to eleventh grade students and to persons of up to age 16; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-09-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 42/N: 0)
03-10-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Higher Education & Career Tech
03-29-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 206 – House Higher Education & Career Tech
03-29-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Higher Education & Career Tech

 

SB 134  

             

Daniels, Julie(R)
Kannady, Chris(R)

Requires review of the schedule of basic child support obligations at least once every four years by the Judiciary Committees of both chambers of the Legislature, such review to include both public comment and official posting of related info.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-03-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 450 – House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Civil

 

SB 140  

             

Brooks, Michael(D)
Newton, Carl(R)

Adjusts the qualifying maximum age under the Delayed Sentencing Program for Young Adults from 21 years of age to 25 years of age and changes the qualifying deadline through the process to be before sentencing rather than before conviction.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-25-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-25-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Criminal Justice & Corrections
03-31-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda

 

SB 149  

             

Rogers, Cody (F)(R)
Miller, Nicole(R)

Removes requirements directing the Board of Health to promulgate rules establishing requirements for retailers of bunk beds.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 1)
03-11-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Public Health
03-31-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Public Health
03-31-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Public Health

 

SB 153  

             

Howard, Brent (F)(R)
Moore, Anthony (F)(R)

Allows money recovered in court proceedings on behalf of underaged persons to be placed into trusts.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 44/N: 0)
03-03-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 450 – House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Civil

 

SB 164  

             

Stanley, Brenda (F)(R)
Roe, Cynthia(R)

Permits parents of underage medical patients to give informed consent to the use certain experimental and emergency procedures and establishes standards for the use of such procedures without informed consent in specific circumstances.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 43/N: 2)
03-03-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Public Health
03-31-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Public Health
03-31-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Public Health

 

SB 170  

             

Howard, Brent (F)(R)
Kannady, Chris(R)

Permits, by court order, the harvesting of anatomical gifts from children in state custody for whom the withdrawal of life-sustaining medical treatment or denial of resuscitation is authorized.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 35/N: 8)
03-03-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 450 – House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Civil

 

SB 198  

             

Rosino, Paul(R)
Lawson, Mark(R)

Requires exploration of less restrictive alternatives to guardianship, including supported decision-making, and requires court orders of guardianship to state that less restrictive options have been attempted.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-09-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 450 – House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Civil

 

SB 199  

             

Rosino, Paul(R)
Lawson, Mark(R)

Provides for a limited exception to confidentiality protections under the Oklahoma Children’s Code to requests for records from DHS employees involved in audits and investigations of certain DHS programs and of Medicaid.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-03-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Children, Youth & Family Services

 

SB 200  

             

Montgomery, John(R)
Pae, Daniel(R)

Affords victims of domestic violence privileges and protections against landlord actions and penalties, prohibits waivers of rights to emergency assistance in rental agreements, and assigns civil liability to perpetrators of domestic abuse.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 1)
03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 450 – House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass as substituted House Judiciary – Civil

 

SB 208  

             

Garvin, Jessica (F)(R)
Moore, Anthony (F)(R)

Adjusts certain marriage requirements to place a father’s name on a birth certificate, enhances protections on vital records against Open Records requests and permits DHS to electronically transmit vital records.

 

Bill History:

03-01-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 43/N: 2)
03-02-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Government Modernization & Efficiency
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 450 – House Government Modernization & Efficiency
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Government Modernization & Efficiency

 

SB 222  

             

Standridge, Rob(R)
Pae, Daniel(R)

Relates to bullying in schools, requiring school bullying provisions to be updated annually, establishing protocols for reporting and providing liability protections to good faith actors who follow reporting procedures; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 S Laid out for consideration in the Senate at 1:41pm 
03-11-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 44/N: 1)
03-11-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 44/N: 1)
03-15-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education

 

SB 236  

             

Standridge, Rob(R)
Rosecrants, Jacob(D)

Provides for a sales tax exemption to sales of clothing to the nonprofit philanthropic organization Operation School Bell.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 39/N: 5)
03-04-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Appropriations & Budget
03-23-21 H Sent to subcommittee House A&B Sub: Finance – Revenue & Taxation
04-05-21 H Meeting set for 4:30 p.m., Room 450 – House A&B Sub: Finance – Revenue & Taxation

 

SB 310  

             

Murdock, Casey(R)
West, Josh(R)

Requires underaged offenders aged 15 to 17 charged with rape or attempted rape in the first degree to be tried as adults and directs courts ruling on certification motions for youth offenders to consider victims’ statements when making a ruling.

 

Bill History:

03-09-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-10-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Criminal
03-24-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Judiciary – Criminal
03-24-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Criminal

 

SB 312  

             

Burns, George (F)(R)
Dempsey Eddy (F)(R)

Makes the theft of certain personal identifying information of minors with the intent to sell it or otherwise profit from the misuse of such information a felony.

 

Bill History:

03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Appropriations & Budget
03-23-21 H Sent to subcommittee House A&B Sub: Public Safety
03-29-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House A&B Sub: Public Safety
03-29-21 H Voted from subcommittee-Do Pass House A&B Sub: Public Safety
03-29-21 H Returned to full committee House Appropriations & Budget

 

SB 339  

             

Pederson, Roland(R)
Ford, Ross(R)

Requires passengers aged 17 and under to wear properly adjusted seat belts or alternative passenger restraints while in motor vehicles.

 

Bill History:

03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Appropriations & Budget
03-23-21 H Sent to subcommittee House A&B Sub: Public Safety
03-29-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House A&B Sub: Public Safety
03-29-21 H Not heard in committee House A&B Sub: Public Safety
04-05-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House A&B Sub: Public Safety

 

SB 340  

             

Paxton, Lonnie(R)
Boatman, Jeff(R)

Relates to adoption by removing requirements that prospective adoptive parents and other persons aged 18 or older within the adoptive household sign certain release forms related to the transfer of information for home studies.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-09-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Children, Youth & Family Services

 

SB 361  

             

David, Kim(R)
Wallace, Kevin(R)

Permits the immediate family of emergency services and public safety personnel to participate in peer support counseling sessions designed for critical incident stress management.

 

Bill History:

03-08-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 45/N: 0)
03-09-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 450 – House Judiciary – Civil
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Civil

 

SB 378  

             

Rosino, Paul(R)
Bush, Carol(R)

Creates Everett’s Law which prohibits the refusal of organ transplant services and related insurance coverage to disabled persons based solely on their disability and provides a pathway for civil action for affected persons.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 44/N: 0)
03-11-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Insurance
03-31-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Insurance
03-31-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Insurance

 

SB 379  

             

David, Kim(R)
Hasenbeck, Toni(R)

Reinstates the option for taxpayers to donate to the Income Tax Checkoff Revolving Fund for Court Appointed Special Advocates via tax return beginning January 1, 2022.

 

Bill History:

03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Appropriations & Budget
03-23-21 H Sent to subcommittee House A&B Sub: Human Services
03-29-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 450 – House A&B Sub: Human Services
03-29-21 H Not heard in committee House A&B Sub: Human Services
04-05-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m., Room 450 – House A&B Sub: Human Services

 

SB 382  

             

Standridge, Rob(R)
Conley, Sherrie(R)

Exempts acquisitions of clothing and food for patients in the care of the J.D. McCarty Center for children with developmental disabilities from certain requirements of the Central Purchasing Act.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 44/N: 0)
03-04-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House General Government
03-31-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 4S.5 – House General Government
03-31-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House General Government

 

SB 394  

             

Coleman, Bill (F)(R)
Talley, John(R)

Increases the equity value of vehicles for the purpose of qualification to receive benefits under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Appropriations & Budget
03-23-21 H Sent to subcommittee House A&B Sub: Human Services
03-29-21 H Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 450 – House A&B Sub: Human Services
03-29-21 H Not heard in committee House A&B Sub: Human Services
04-05-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m., Room 450 – House A&B Sub: Human Services

 

SB 421  

             

Rosino, Paul(R)
Echols, Jon(R)

Relates to child care payments, modifying various calculations to base support payments due on actual monthly income, including overtime where the court deems it applicable, and creates a rebuttable presumption that incarcerated persons cannot pay.

 

Bill History:

03-02-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 0)
03-03-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 1:30 p.m., Room 206 – House Rules
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Rules

 

SB 433  

             

Rosino, Paul(R)
Lawson, Mark(R)

Requires certain community services investigations conducted by the Dept. of Human Services to include a process for notifying community services providers about areas of concern and administrative information.

 

Bill History:

03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Public Health
03-24-21 H Withdrawn from committee House Public Health
03-24-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Children, Youth & Family Services

 

SB 511  

             

Montgomery, John(R)
Bush, Carol(R)

Adds definitions relating to harm reduction services to controlled dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia determinations, and provides temporary authorization for certain entities to provide harm reduction services; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-03-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 36/N: 10)
03-04-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Public Health
03-31-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 4S.5 – House Public Health
03-31-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Public Health

 

SB 639  

             

Pugh, Adam(R)
Baker, Rhonda(R)

Directs the Dept. of Commerce to identify certain critical occupations whose educational programs shall qualify for support under the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-11-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 36/N: 9)
03-11-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 36/N: 9)
03-15-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Higher Education & Career Tech
04-05-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 206 – House Higher Education & Career Tech

 

SB 647  

             

Pugh, Adam(R)
Stark, Marilyn(R)

Creates Lily’s Law which expands definitions of fetal death and includes birthing centers under provisions which permit the parents certain authority for disposal of remains in cases of fetal death.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 34/N: 6)
03-11-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Meeting set for 3:00 p.m., Room 5S.2 – House Children, Youth & Family Services
03-30-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Children, Youth & Family Services

 

SB 658  

             

Dahm, Nathan(R)
West, Kevin(R)

Requires the Dept. of Education and school districts to provide information on exemptions in any notice or publication regarding immunization requests and requirements; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-04-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 36/N: 9)
03-08-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Common Education
03-24-21 H Withdrawn from committee House Common Education
03-24-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Public Health

 

SB 960  

             

Treat, Greg(R)
McCall, Charles(R)

Directs the Dept. of Health to make grants to entities providing healthcare services to mothers and infants in order to reduce mortality rates by at least three percent within five years and extends the relinquishment window; EMERGENCY.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 41/N: 6)
03-10-21 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 41/N: 6)
03-11-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
04-06-21 H Meeting set for 1:30 p.m., Room 206 – House Rules

 

SB 987  

             

Weaver, Darrell (F)(R)
Bush, Carol(R)

Relates to assessments authorized to be conducted by DHS during the course of investigating certain child abuse and neglect allegations.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Judiciary – Criminal
03-24-21 H Meeting set for 10:30 a.m., Room 206 – House Judiciary – Criminal
03-24-21 H Voted from committee – Do Pass House Judiciary – Criminal
03-31-21 H Set on the House Floor Agenda

 

SB 1029  

             

Treat, Greg(R)
McCall, Charles(R)

Directs courts to make a determination in guardianship proceedings as to whether or not the ward shall maintain eligibility to vote.

 

Bill History:

03-10-21 S Laid out for consideration in the Senate at 2:44pm 
03-10-21 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 46/N: 1)
03-11-21 H Received in the House
03-22-21 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
04-06-21 H Meeting set for 1:30 p.m., Room 206 – House Rules