Legislation Sponsored by P.K. Martin (3)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/10/2019

SB 0052 InactiveRemove Sunset on Licensed Professional Counselors Issuing Involuntary Commitment Orders for Mental Health Patients P.K. Martin
5/9/2017 Effective Date Health & Human Services Health and Human Services -
2017/03/17 - Report Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services Law Enforcement Nat. Res. & the Environment
This legislation removes the June 30, 2018 sunset of O.C.G.A. § 37-3-41 regarding the involuntary evaluation of mental illness and O.C.G.A. § 37-7-41(d) regarding emergency involuntary treatment of an alcoholic, drug abuser, or drug dependent individual. 
SB 0080 NeutralGuns - Retired Police do not need License to Carry P.K. Martin
1/30/2017 Senate Read and Referred -Judiciary -
Firearms/Carry Laws General County Government Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts Todd Edwards
This legislation allows certain former law enforcement officers to carry firearms without having to obtain a Georgia weapons carry license.  
SR 0410 NeutralSenate Information Technology Study Committee P.K. Martin
3/28/2017 Senate Passed/Adopted By Substitute -Science and Technology -
Econ. Dev. & Transportation Economic Development General County Government Larry Ramsey
This legislation creates the Senate Information Technology Corridors in Georgia Study Committee. The Committee would study the impediments and opportunities associated with the establishment of IT Corridors along major routes within the state.
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