Legislation Sponsored by Bonnie Rich (5)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 3/16/2020

HB 0294 NeutralExemption for Building Materials Advertised For Bid Prior to TSPLOST Approval Bonnie Rich
2/15/2019 House Second Readers Ways and Means --
2019/02/15 Report Kathleen Bowen Revenue & Finance
This legislation exempts building and construction materials from the Single County Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST) for projects that are advertised for bid prior to voters' approval of a Single County TSPLOST. This exact language/exemption is found in the regular SPLOST and Regional TSPLOST code sections.  
HB 0492 SupportRequire Writ of Possession be Made within 30 Days in Dispossessory Proceedings in Magistrate Court Bonnie Rich
7/1/2019 Effective Date Judiciary Special Judiciary -
2019/03/01 Report 2019/03/22 Report 2019/03/29 Report Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts
Sheriff
HB 492 amends the Code section relating to a writ of possession issued by a court order to recover possession of land or property. Applications to execute a writ of possession by a sheriff or marshal must be made within 30 days of issuance of the writ, unless the application is accompanied by an affidavit showing good cause for a delay. If the landlord fails to execute a writ of possession within 30 days from the issuance of any order granting the writ of possession, the landlord must reapply and pay additional filing fees for the writ. 
HB 0687 NeutralSugar Hill, City of; change corporate limits Bonnie Rich
3/26/2019 House Second Readers Intragovernmental Coordination --
Local Legislation
HB 0864 SupportVaping Products - Taxation and Regulation Bonnie Rich
3/12/2020 House Tabled Ways and Means --
2020/01/31 2020/03/06 Report Larry Ramsey Revenue & Finance
This bill would establish a regulatory scheme for nicotine vaping products. A 7% state excise tax would be owed on such products. A state-issued annual license would be required for all persons and businesses selling vaping products. Vaping products could only be sold via in-person, face-to-face sales. Sellers must require proof of identification from purchasers.
HB 0954 NeutralPorch Piracy - Punish With Felony Bonnie Rich
3/5/2020 House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute Judiciary - Non-Civil --
2020/02/21 Report Public Safety and Courts Todd Edwards
This legislation increases penalties for those in possession of stolen mail or who conduct porch piracy, making both a felony crime in certain circumstances and punishable by imprisonment.  
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