Legislation Sponsored by Emory Dunahoo (3)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/10/2019

HB 0542 EvaluatingAlcohol - Cannot Hold Social Gatherings w Alcohol for Persons under 21 Emory Dunahoo
3/9/2017 House Second Readers Judiciary --
Alcohol/Tobacco General County Government Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts Todd Edwards

Current law prohibits persons from furnishing alcoholic beverages to individuals under 21 years of age.  This bill extends that prohibition to those helping organize or hosting social events where alcohol is served to persons under 21.  Counties and cities are allowed to adopt ordinances that regulate said social gatherings.

HB 0543 NeutralFair Tax Act - Eliminating Income Taxes in favor of Consumption Tax Emory Dunahoo
3/9/2017 House Second Readers Ways & Means --
Larry Ramsey Revenue & Finance Sales Tax-Local
This bill seeks to repeal income and corporate net worth taxes. It replaces those taxes with a 6.70 % consumption tax. The bill does not repeal state sales and use tax. It leaves the collection mechanism in place, but reduces the rate from 4% to 0%. All local sales and use taxes imposed under Chapter 8 of Title 48 will continue to be imposed and collected.
HB 0860 NeutralCriminal Sanctions for Hosting Under 21 Events with Alcohol Emory Dunahoo
2/12/2018 House Second Readers Judiciary - Non-Civil --
Alcohol/Tobacco Criminal Procedure Debra Nesbit General County Government Health and Human Services
Juveniles Public Safety and Courts Traffic Enforcement
This legislation sets forth criminal sanctions for hosting an event where alcohol is served to persons under age 21.
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