Legislation Sponsored by Mary Oliver (7)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/10/2019

HB 0053 WatchJuvenile Code Jurisdiction for Children Under the Age of 18 Mary Oliver
1/23/2017 House Second Readers Juvenile Justice --
2017/01/13-Report Correctional Institutions/Jail Criminal Procedure Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services
Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
This legislation increases the age of children who are subject to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court and juvenile facilities from 17 to 18 years, thereby increasing the case loads of the juvenile court and juvenile probation.
HB 0244 SupportNew Cities - Taxation for Unfunded County Pension Liabilities Mary Oliver
2/8/2017 House Second Readers Governmental Affairs --
2017/02/10 - Report Annexation/Municipalization Auditing/Budget General County Government Larry Ramsey
Property Tax Retirement Revenue & Finance
This bill establishes a process by which a county within which a new city is formed may levy a tax within the newly incorporated city to cover that area's pro-rata share of the county's unfunded pension liability.
HB 0575 NeutralBrookhaven, City of; levy an excise tax Mary Oliver
7/1/2017 Effective Date Intragovernmental Coordination State and Local Governmental Operations -
Hotel Motel Tax Local Legislation Revenue & Finance
HB 0630 NeutralIncrease Surety Bond Requirement For Probate Judges Mary Oliver
1/29/2018 House Withdrawn, Recommitted Judiciary --
2018/01/12 Report Clerk of Court Debra Nesbit Elections Probate Court
Public Safety and Courts

This legislation makes several changes and updates to the laws that govern probate courts.  One of those changes is to increase the required surety bond from $25,000 to $100,000. 

HB 0650 SupportConfederate Monuments - Allow Locals to Decide Removal Mary Oliver
1/22/2018 House Second Readers Governmental Affairs --
General County Government Todd Edwards
This legislation (mirroring SB 302) authorizes city and county governments, via the adoption of a resolution, to remove or relocate any plaque, marker or memorial which honors the military service of the Confederate States of America that is located on public property or is publicly-owned.  If a privately-owned monument is on public property, a county may, by resolution, return the monument to the private owner.  ACCG supports home rule as one of its guiding principles.       
HB 0837 EvaluatingMandates Statewide Uniformity in Policies Concerning Local Law Enforcement Contact with Sexual Assault Victims Mary Oliver
2/7/2018 House Second Readers Judiciary - Non-Civil --
2018/02/09 Report Debra Nesbit Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts
This legislation requires that local law enforcement agencies adopt standard policies regarding contact with all sexual assault victims and failure to comply with this will result in loss of state and federal funding.
HB 0966 EvaluatingProhibit Juveniles from Appearing in Court in Shackles Mary Oliver
2/22/2018 House Second Readers Juvenile Justice --
Criminal Procedure Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Juveniles Public Safety and Courts
Sheriff
This legislation prohibits the shackling of juveniles appearing in court.
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