Legislation with Tracking Level = Evaluate (4)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 3/16/2018

HB 0285 NeutralWind energy generation tax exemption. Donald Burkhart
2/3/2017 H:Died in Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 5-4 --
(03) 64th Session Failed Bills 01 - Taxes and Revenue 04 - Business/Economic Development 07 - Natural Resource/Environment 16 - State Budget and Fiscal Affairs
Failed Bills as of February 15 House Bills Laurie Rick Scott
This bill creates a 10 year 50% exemption for the collection of the 1% electrical generation tax on new wind mills.
HJ 0006 NeutralBudget shortfall reserve accounts. Michael Madden
2/3/2017 H:Died in Committee Returned Bill Pursuant to HR 5-4 --
(03) 64th Session Failed Bills (04) Week Four - Mar 5 to 9 01 - Taxes and Revenue 02 - Local Government 11 - Finance and Procurement
18 - State Administration Failed Bills as of February 15 Laurie Rick Scott

This bill modifies the use of reserve accounts to cover budget shortfalls.  WAM will closely monitor and evaluate to determine potential effect on local government distribution.

SF 0064 NeutralCrash report confidentiality. Michael Von Flatern
3/8/2017 Chapter No. 174 Session Laws of Wyoming 2017 --
(02) 64th Session Bills Passed House/Senate 02 - Local Government 14 - Public Information and Ethics 15 - Public Safety and Corrections Laurie
Rick Scott
This bill eliminates confidentiality of motor vehicle accident reports. WAM will evaluate for potential effect on local governments.
SJ 0001 NeutralRight of privacy and right to know. Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions
1/27/2017 COW:Failed 9-20-1-0-0 --
(03) 64th Session Failed Bills (03) Week Three - Feb 26 to Mar 2 02 - Local Government 14 - Public Information and Ethics Failed Bills as of February 15
Laurie Rick Scott

This proposes to amend the WY Constitution to provide for a right of individual privacy which shall not be construed to deprive a person of any right provided by law to examine documents or to observe the deliberations of any agency or political subdivision of the state as specified.

WAM ACTION: 1/26/17, bill passed 3-2, discussion included whether the 4th Amendment already provides protection.

WAM UPDATE:  1/27/17, bill failed Senate, postponed indefinitely.

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