Legislation Sponsored by Debbie Buckner (5)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/10/2019

HB 0216 EvaluatingPurchasing - Counties Mandated to Give Georgia Companies Preference Debbie Buckner
2/7/2017 House Second Readers Governmental Affairs --
Econ. Dev. & Transportation General County Government Mandate Procurement Todd Edwards
This legislation enacts the Georgia Jobs Matter Act, which requires counties and cities to give preference to Georgia businesses.  All bids submitted to counties and cities will be required to include an employment impact statement addressing the number of jobs expected to be created or retained in the state by the bidder if the bid is awarded to the bidder; the number of jobs expected to be created or retained in the state by any subcontractors used by the bidder if the contract is awarded to the bidder; and a guarantee that the bidder will not move any jobs created or retained in Georgia to another state during the duration of the contract.
HB 0511 NeutralWarm Springs, City of; change corporate limits Debbie Buckner
6/1/2017 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Annexation/Municipalization General County Government Local Legislation
HB 0525 NeutralProperty Tax Assessment - Require consideration of impact of Stream Buffers Debbie Buckner
3/3/2017 House Second Readers Ways & Means --
Larry Ramsey Property Tax Revenue & Finance
This bill mandates that tax assessors are required to consider buffers along state waters when determining fair market value. Since tax assessors are already required to consider limitations on the use of property adopted  by state law (and that is what buffers along state waters are), this bill does not appear to change existing law.
HB 0731 NeutralSales Tax Exemption - Feminine Hygiene Products Debbie Buckner
1/25/2018 House Second Readers Ways and Means --
2018/01/26 Report Larry Ramsey Revenue & Finance Sales Tax-Local
This bill creates a new state sales and use tax exemption for feminine hygiene products. As currently drafted, the exemption will not apply to local sales and use taxes.
HR 1052 EvaluatingHouse Study Committee on State Health and Retirement Benefits for Sheriff's Deputies Debbie Buckner
2/8/2018 House Second Readers Special Rules --
Debra Nesbit General County Government Insurance Insurance Law Enforcement
Public Safety and Courts Retirement Sheriff
This legislation creates a study committee to explore the possibility of providing state health and retirement benefits.
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