Legislation Sponsored by Bill Cowsert (3)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/5/2023

SB 0164 EvaluatingElimination of Release of Accused on Their Own Recognizance Bill Cowsert
2/25/2019 Senate Read and Referred -Judiciary -
2019/03/01 Report Debra Nesbit Public Safety and Courts
This legislation eliminates the ability for the accused to be released on their own recognizance until they appear before a judge and a finding is made by the judge.
SB 0487 NeutralEthics - Political Party Caucus Campaign Committees Bill Cowsert
3/4/2020 Senate Read and Referred -Ethics -
Ethics General County Government Todd Edwards
This changes state ethics law, requiring "political party caucus campaign committees" to file campaign contribution disclosure reports.  These committees are defined as a committee, corporation, or organization chaired by the majority leader of the Senate or House, the minority leaders of the Senate or House, or the majority caucus chair of the Senate or House. The bill then spells out rules by which these committees may receive and disburse monies as well as other rules governing their campaign involvement.      
SR 1007 EvaluatingSenate Law Enforcement Reform Study Committee; create Bill Cowsert
6/25/2020 Senate - Senate Passed/Adopted -Rules -
Debra Nesbit Law Enforcement Public Safety and Courts
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