Legislation Sponsored by Donzella James (4)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 4/8/2024

SB 0104 NeutralCounties Must Post Human Trafficking Hotline Notice Donzella James
5/8/2017 Effective Date Judiciary Non-Civil State Institutions and Property -
2017/03/06 - Report 2017/03/24 - Report General County Government Health and Human Services Mandate
Public Safety and Courts Todd Edwards
This legislation requires counties to post notices regarding the human trafficking hotline in buildings owned or leased by the county that have public access, as well as provide a link to the GBI hotline notice on the homepage of their Web site.  If the government leases the property, then the notice shall be posted in restrooms that are exclusively used by the government entity.  It also distinguishes between first- and second-degree carjacking; addresses the unknowing possession of a fake insurance document; outlaws taking photos of person's "intimate parts" without their consent; and outlaws a new variation of synthetic marijuana.
SB 0237 NeutralMotorized Wheelchairs and Scooters - Reflectors Required Donzella James
2/23/2017 Senate Read and Referred -Public Safety -
Econ. Dev. & Transportation Health and Human Services Kathleen Bowen Roads
This legislation requires that motorized wheelchairs and scooters using sidewalks and public ways must have reflectors.
SB 0322 NeutralReflectors Requirement: Personal Assistive Mobility Devices Donzella James
1/11/2018 Senate Read and Referred -Public Safety -
Econ. Dev. & Transportation Health and Human Services Kathleen Bowen Public Safety and Courts Traffic Enforcement
This legislation requires electric and nonelectric personal assistive mobility device sold in this state after December 31, 2018, to be sold equipped with reflectors. 
SB 0374 EvaluatingCommunity Association Transparency and Protection Act Donzella James
1/31/2018 Senate Read and Referred -Judiciary -
Clerk of Court Code Enforcement General County Government Land Use/Zoning Nat. Res. & the Environment
Open Records/Meetings Act Public Safety and Courts Public Works Todd Edwards Water Quality
This legislation, mirroring HB 748, significantly revises state law on residential property associations (condominium, cooperative and homeowners') and the responsibilities of both developers and residents.  Among provisions, the bill stipulates turnover and transition requirements; requires developers to establish a two-year operating budget prior to turnover/transition which includes reserve accounts for capital expenditures and deferred maintenance; requires developers to post performance and maintenance bonds; and spells out civil penalties for violations of the Act.  For the proponents' summary of the bill, please click here:   
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