Legislation Sponsored by Sandra Scott (8)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 3/16/2020

HB 0106 WatchRequire the Department of Driver Services Driver's Manual to Include Best Practices for Traffic Stop Sandra Scott
2/6/2019 House Second Readers Judiciary - Non-Civil --
2019/01/31 Report Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts Traffic Enforcement
This legislation requires the Department of Driver Services to include a chapter in their Driver's Manual that includes best practices for facilitating the safety of all parties during a traffic stop by law enforcement.
HB 0395 EvaluatingRequire Local Law Enforcement to Immediately Open an Investigation of Missing Veterans Sandra Scott
2/22/2019 House Second Readers Defense and Veterans Affairs --
2019/02/22 Report Debra Nesbit Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts
This legislation requires law enforcement agencies to immediately open an investigation of missing veterans who have a physical or mental injury as a result of their service.
HB 0549 EvaluatingGeorgia Crime Information Center; fees associated with filing for record restrictions or the inspection and correction of criminal records; reduce Sandra Scott
3/4/2019 House Second Readers Judiciary - Non-Civil --
Criminal Procedure Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts
HB 0550 EvaluatingControlled substances; possession of certain quantities of marijuana constitute a misdemeanor; provide Sandra Scott
3/4/2019 House Second Readers Judiciary - Non-Civil --
Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts
HB 0767 WatchCreation of Commission on Veterans Suicide Prevention Sandra Scott
1/16/2020 House Second Readers Defense and Veterans Affairs --
Debra Nesbit Health and Human Services
This legislation creates a Commission on Veteral Sucide Prevention.
HB 1109 NeutralSpecial License Plates - Spouses of Veterans Sandra Scott
3/9/2020 House Second Readers Motor Vehicles --
Larry Ramsey Public Safety and Courts Revenue & Finance
This bill would provide for specialty license plates for spouses of armed forces veterans. 
HR 0047 SupportCreation of House Study Committee on Decriminalization of Traffic Violations Sandra Scott
1/29/2019 House Second Readers Judiciary - Non-Civil --
2019/01/25 Report Debra Nesbit
This legislation creates a House Study Committee on the decriminalization of traffic violations, with the final report due by December 31, 2019.
HR 0893 EvaluatingPersons at least 16 years of age; vote in school district elections and elections affecting school funding; provide - CA Sandra Scott
1/16/2020 House Second Readers Governmental Affairs --
Elections General County Government Todd Edwards
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