What Dave Murzin is doing

When I wrote about the lack of substantive bills being proposed by our local legislative delegation, state Rep. David Murzin sent me this note:

On Tuesday, March 4 the 2008 Legislative Session began, and like my colleagues in the House I have filed six bills for consideration this Session.

HB 239 Employee Leasing Companies—this bill clarifies the regulations Professional Employee Leasing Organizations, PEO’s, dealing with worker’s compensation.
HB 239 text.pdf
HB 239 analysis.pdf

Status: Tuesday, April 08, 2008 – Favorable with CS by Jobs & Entrepreneurship Council

HB 247 Nursing Facilities- This will allow our nurses and certified nursing assistants to spend less time filling out paperwork and more time taking care of their residents.

HB 247-original.pdf

HB 247-substitute.pdf

HB 247 analysis.pdf

Status: Replaced by Committee substitute, Added to Second Reading Calendar on Tuesday, April 08, 2008 3:28 PM

HB 573 Excavation and Demolition Notification System- This bill will prohibit municipalities and/or member utilities from charging excavators (such as property owners or developers) a fee to locate and mark utility lines.



Status: Added to Second Reading Calendar on Thursday, March 06, 2008 6:04 PM

HB 1323 Telecommunications Services- HB 1323 extends the requirement that a local telephone company must provide basic local service to any person within its service area.


No staff analysis

Status: Now in Committee on Utilities & Telecommunications on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 12:46 PM

HB 1461 Termination Parental Rights – Makes it easier for children, who have been in the foster care system for a long period of time, to be adopted


hb-1461 analysis.pdf

Status: Workshopped on Committee on Constitution & Civil Law agenda on Monday, March 17, 2008 4:26 PM

HB 1491 Transportation Projects- this bill would help local governments who create inter local agreements for funding road improvements


Status: Now in Committee on Infrastructure on Monday, March 10, 2008 9:23 AM