Legislation Sponsored by Robert Trammell (6)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/7/2024

HB 0037 EvaluatingExpand Medicaid Now Act; enact Robert Trammell
1/29/2019 House - House Second Readers Appropriations --
Debra Nesbit
HB 0122 WatchGuns - Remove Exemptions for Carrying in School Safety Zones Robert Trammell
2/7/2019 House Second Readers Public Safety and Homeland Security --
Firearms/Carry Laws Intern 1 Todd Edwards
This legislation removes recently-enacted exemptions for carrying a weapon in school safety zones.  
HB 0165 EvaluatingRequire Probate Court to Submit Fingerprints for All Weapons Carry License and Renewal License Robert Trammell
2/8/2019 House Second Readers Public Safety and Homeland Security --
2019/02/08 Report Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts
This legislation requires the probate judges to direct local law enforcement to process fingerprints for all weapons carry license applications as well and license renewal applications through a fingerprint background check with GBI. 
HB 0742 NeutralPublic Officials Suspended from Office Will Not Get Paid Robert Trammell
1/31/2020 House Second Readers Governmental Affairs --
General County Government Todd Edwards
This bill prohibits public officials (state, county, city or other) who are suspended from office from receiving a pay check from their government entity.  Currently, an official does not have their compensation halted until they are convicted of an offense.    
HB 0756 EvaluatingCoal Ash Storage Requirements Robert Trammell
1/15/2020 House Second Readers Natural Resources and Environment --
2020/01/17 Report Kathleen Bowen Nat. Res. & the Environment Solid Waste
This legislation would require coal combustion residual (coal ash) to be stored in a solid waste facility that had a liner and leachate collection system that meets design standards required for new municipal solid waste landfills. In effect, coal ash residuals would be treated the same as municipal solid waste. This legislation is mainly in response to Georgia Power's plans to close their coal ash ponds - details found here. Similar legislation, SB 297, has been introcued in the Senate. 
HR 0874 NeutralPublic Officials - Cannot Receive their Government Salary While Suspended Robert Trammell
1/31/2020 House Second Readers Judiciary --
General County Government Todd Edwards
This resolution, if passed and ratified by the voters, would amend the Georgia Constitution to prohibit elected officials who are suspended from office from collecting their official pay.  Currently, an official has to be convicted of a crime before their pay is suspended.    
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