Legislation Sponsored by Ed Setzler (6)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 3/16/2020

HB 0639 NeutralKennesaw, City of; corporate limits; change provisions Ed Setzler
5/6/2019 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination --
Intern 2 Local Legislation
HB 0895 EvaluatingMaximum Fine for Offense of Failure to Obey a Traffic Control Device Ed Setzler
3/3/2020 House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute Motor Vehicles --
2020/02/07 Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts Traffic Enforcement
This bill sets the maximum fine amount for failure to obey a traffice control device (red light, speeding camera) at $100 with no points assessed to the driver's license.
HB 0911 NeutralCreates Offense of Improper Sexual Conduct by a Foster Parent Ed Setzler
1/1/2021 Effective Date Judiciary - Non-Civil Judiciary -
2020/02/21 Report 2020/02/28 Report 2020/03/13 Report Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts
This legislation creates felony offenses for improper sexual conduct by a foster parent in the first and second degrees and sets penalites for both.
HB 0958 OpposeThe Maternity Supportive Housing Act Ed Setzler
6/17/2020 Senate - Senate Withdrawn & Recommitted Juvenile Justice Health and Human Services -
2020/02/21 Report 2020/03/06 Report 2020/03/13 Report Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services
 This legislation allows the establishment of maternity supportive housing, without any regulation or approval process, additionally zoning requirements for these home cannot exceed what is required for single family residences.
HB 1025 NeutralAcworth, City of; adopt by reference a certain map Ed Setzler
6/29/2020 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Local Legislation
HB 1086 NegotiatingRequirement for Conclusion of Criminal Proceeding Prior to Civil Forfeiture Proceedings Ed Setzler
3/5/2020 House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute Judiciary - Non-Civil --
2020/03/06 Report Civil Procedure Criminal Procedure Debra Nesbit Forfeitures, Fees, and Fine Add Ons
Public Safety and Courts
This legislation requires the court to stay civil forfeiture proceedings during the pendency of the criminal proceedings unless the owner or interest holder of the property waives such stay.
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