AL H 13

AUTHOR:

Mask [R]

 

TITLE:

Criminally Negligent Homicide and Assault

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the offense of criminally negligent homicide and assault in the first degree, respectively, and providing when the offenses are committed by persons unlawfully driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs; provides that the offense may be committed by a person while driving or operating any vehicle, including a vessel, while unlawfully under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 

AL S 20

AUTHOR:

Taylor Br [R]

 

TITLE:

Crimes and Offenses

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the offense of criminally negligent homicide and assault in the first degree, respectively, and providing when the offenses are committed by persons unlawfully driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs; provides that the offense may be committed by a person while driving or operating any vehicle while unlawfully under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 

AZ H 2065

AUTHOR:

Carter [R]

 

TITLE:

Community Based Residential Treatment

 

LOCATION:

House Rules Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to community based residential treatment; relates to placement.

 

AZ H 2182

AUTHOR:

Fann [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to DUI; relates to ignition interlock devices.

 

AZ H 2445

AUTHOR:

Olson [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Blood Test

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to technical correction; relates to DUI; relates to blood test.

 

AZ S 1085

AUTHOR:

Shooter [R]

 

TITLE:

Health Services Monitoring

 

LOCATION:

Senate Rules Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to technical correction; relates to health services; relates to monitoring.

 

AZ S 1179

AUTHOR:

Yarbrough [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices

 

LOCATION:

Senate Finance Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to ignition interlock devices; relates to transaction privilege tax exemption.

 

CA S 55

AUTHOR:

Hill [D]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices: Repeat DUI Offenders

 

LOCATION:

Senate Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes a statutory scheme for the issuance of a restricted driver's license, being reissued a driver's license, or having the privilege to operate a motor vehicle reinstated for a 2nd or subsequent conviction for a violation of specified offenses. Requires a person to install an ignition interlock device on all vehicles that person owns or operates for a specified period. Provides specified requirements for device manufacturers. Requires court fees for a alcohol and drug assessment program.

 

CO D 4

SPONSOR:

Joint Interim Committee on Transportation Legislation Review

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Filed

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(Bill D) Concerns penalties for persons who drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 

CO H 1077

SPONSOR:

Salazar [D]

 

TITLE:

Illegal Traffic Stops License Revocation Hearings

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns a driver's right to challenge the lawfulness of a law enforcement officer's initial contact in an administrative proceeding for a revocation of a driver's license.

 

CO S 16

SPONSOR:

Brophy [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Guidance Systems

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns the use of guidance systems to drive a motor vehicle.

 

CT H 5084

SIMILAR:

CT H 5087, CT S 32, CT S 47, CT S 121, CT S 142

 

INTRODUCER:

Miller L [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Judiciary

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns manslaughter with a motor vehicle; increases the penalty for manslaughter with a motor vehicle when the operator of a motor vehicle causes the death of another person while the operator is typing, reading or sending text or a text message, or while the operator is under the influence of alcohol, if the operator has any trace of a controlled substance in his or her system.

 

CT H 5087

SIMILAR:

CT H 5074, CT H 5081, CT H 5082, CT H 5083, CT H 5084, CT H 5108, CT S 47, CT S 52, CT S 123, CT S 142, CT S 158

 

INTRODUCER:

Adinolfi [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Judiciary

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases the penalties for operating a motor vehicle under the influence when a child is a passenger or when serious injury or death of a child results; protects children from individuals who operate motor vehicles under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.

 

CT H 5248

INTRODUCER:

Camillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Fines for Distracted Driving

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Transportation

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases fines for distracted driving; increases penalties for distracted driving.

 

CT H 5364

INTRODUCER:

Labriola [R]

 

TITLE:

Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Judiciary

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases the penalty for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs; permits the seizure and forfeiture of a motor vehicle used to commit such offense; remits the proceeds to the municipality in which the offense occurred.

 

CT H 5545

INTRODUCER:

Perillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Use of Cellular Telephone in Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Transportation

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases the fines for illegal use of a cellular telephone while operating a motor vehicle; increases the fine for the first, second and third or subsequent illegal use of a cellular telephone while operating a motor vehicle.

 

CT H 5550

INTRODUCER:

Bolinsky [R]

 

TITLE:

Use of a Mobile Telephone in Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Transportation

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns the penalties for unlawful use of a mobile telephone or electronic device while operating a motor vehicle; increases the penalties for distracted driving by suspending the operator's license of repeat offenders.

 

CT H 6033

INTRODUCER:

Scribner [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Insurance and Distracted Driving

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Transportation

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns motor vehicle insurance providers and distracted driving; requires that distracted driving violations appear in a motor vehicle operator's driving history record accessible to motor vehicle insurance providers.

 

CT S 377

INTRODUCER:

Looney [D]

 

TITLE:

Suspension or Revocation of Pistol Permits

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Public Safety and Security

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns the suspension or revocation of pistol permits; increases public safety by suspending or revoking the pistol permit of permit holders charged with drunken driving.

 

CT S 494

INTRODUCER:

Kissel [R]

 

TITLE:

Operating Vehicles Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Judiciary

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns repeat convictions for operating an aircraft, vessel or motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drug; prohibits individuals with multiple convictions for operating an aircraft, vessel or motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drug from consuming or possessing alcohol.

 

CT S 637

INTRODUCER:

Cassano [D]

 

TITLE:

Traffic Enforcement Photographers

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Transportation

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns the use of traffic enforcement photographers to record the illegal use of mobile telephones by motor vehicle operators; reduces occurrences of distracted driving and any associated deaths and injuries.

 

CT S 697

INTRODUCER:

Slossberg [D]

 

TITLE:

Insurance and Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Transportation

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires motor vehicle insurance providers to offer discounts to customers who download applications that prevent texting while driving; encourages motor vehicle operators to comply with Connecticut's distracted driving Laws.

 

FL H 13

AUTHOR:

Holder [R]

 

TITLE:

Ban on Texting While Driving Law

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation & Highway Safety Subcommittee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to use of wireless communications devices while driving; creates State Ban on Texting while Driving Law; prohibits operation of motor vehicle while using wireless communications device for certain purposes.

 

FL H 61

AUTHOR:

Slosberg [D]

 

TITLE:

Minor Traffic Safety Act

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation & Highway Safety Subcommittee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to traffic safety; creates Minor Traffic Safety Act; prohibits use of electronic communications devices by drivers younger than 18 years of age; provides for voluntary contributions to AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety on driver license applications.

 

FL H 479

AUTHOR:

Baxley [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to ignition interlock devices; requires ignition interlock device on all vehicles owned or operated by person convicted of DUI for specified periods based on violation; revises installation periods for certain violations; revises maximum allowable blood‑alcohol level at which interlock device will allow operation of vehicle; deletes provisions relating to temporary licenses for business or employment purposes; provides for ignition interlock licenses.

 

FL S 52

AUTHOR:

Detert [R]

 

TITLE:

Use of Wireless Communications Devices While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to use of wireless communications devices while driving; creates the "Florida Ban on Texting while Driving Law"; provides legislative intent; prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle while using a wireless communications device for certain purposes; defines the term wireless communications device; provides exceptions; specifies information that is admissible as evidence of a violation; provides penalties; provides for enforcement as a secondary action.

 

FL S 74

AUTHOR:

Sachs [D]

 

TITLE:

Hand Held Wireless Communications Devices

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

The use of hand‑held wireless communications devices while driving.

 

FL S 152

AUTHOR:

Altman [R]

 

TITLE:

Minor Traffic Safety Act

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; cites this act as the "Minor Traffic Safety Act"; prohibiting a person younger than 18 years of age from operating a motor vehicle while using a wireless communications device or telephone; providing exceptions; providing a penalty; amending s. 318.14, F.S.; providing procedures for a citation issued following a violation of certain restrictions, to conform to changes made by the act; amending s. 318.1451, F.S.

 

FL S 396

AUTHOR:

Abruzzo [D]

 

TITLE:

Wireless Communications Devices

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to use of wireless communications devices or telephones; prohibits a person younger than 18 years of age from operating a motor vehicle while using a wireless communications device.

 

GA H 31

AUTHOR:

Mayo [D]

 

TITLE:

Hands Free Communications Devices in Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

House Motor Vehicles Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to miscellaneous provisions of the uniform rules of the road, provides that only hands‑free communications devices shall be used in motor vehicles, provides for an effective date, provides for related matters, repeals conflicting laws.

 

GA H 33

AUTHOR:

Smith E [D]

 

TITLE:

Jeremy Griner Act

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other intoxicating substances, so as to mandate incarceration for a first conviction of driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other intoxicating substances; provides for a short title; amends Code Section 42‑4‑7 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated; relates to maintenance of inmate records by the sheriff and earned time allowances, so as to prohibit earned time allowances for a first conviction of driving under the influence.

 

GA H 43

AUTHOR:

Sims C [R]

 

TITLE:

Law Enforcement Officers

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Non‑Civil Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to general provisions applicable to law enforcement officers and agencies, so as to clarify that persons leaving establishments licensed to sell alcoholic beverages by the drink shall be entitled to the defense of entrapment under certain circumstances.

 

GA H 67

AUTHOR:

Kidd [I]

 

TITLE:

Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund, so as to expand the Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund provisions under the Constitution of Georgia to authorize additional penalty assessments for additional violations.

 

GA H 93

AUTHOR:

Williams C [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to miscellaneous provisions applicable to motor vehicles and traffic, so as to prohibit the use of telecommunications devices for oral communications, unless such device is a hands‑free communication device.

 

GA HR 24

AUTHOR:

Kidd [I]

 

TITLE:

Vehicular Offenses

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Proposes an amendment to the Constitution so as to authorize the General Assembly to provide for additional penalties or fees for offenses involving illegal parking in parking spaces reserved for persons with disabilities, operating a motorcycle without protective headgear, operating a boat or other watercraft while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and reckless driving.

 

GA S 15

AUTHOR:

James [D]

 

TITLE:

Traffic Offenses

 

LOCATION:

Senate Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to serious traffic offenses, defines a certain term, requires ignition interlock devices for a period of time, provides enhanced penalties for certain offenses, repeals conflicting laws.

 

GA S 18

AUTHOR:

James [D]

 

TITLE:

Child Endangerment Laws

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other intoxicating substances, penalties, publication of notice of conviction for persons convicted for a second time, and endangering a child, changes the age of a child constituting child endangerment, provides penalties for certain violations, repeals conflicting laws.

 

GA S 58

AUTHOR:

James [D]

 

TITLE:

Rules of the Road

 

LOCATION:

Senate Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other intoxicating substances, penalties, publication of notice of conviction for persons convicted for a second time, and endangering a child, so as to change the age of a child constituting child endangerment.

 

HI H 66

AUTHOR:

Takai [D]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Imposes conditions to ensure that persons arrested for driving under the influence of an intoxicant are sober prior to being released from custody.

 

HI H 230

AUTHOR:

Souki [D]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Abuse Treatment and Prevention

 

LOCATION:

House Consumer Protection and Commerce Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(County of Maui Bill Package) Authorizes the Liquor Commission to conduct and fund state and county alcohol abuse treatment and prevention activities; allows liquor license fees to be used for those activities.

 

HI H 590

AUTHOR:

Kawakami [D]

 

TITLE:

Traffic Infractions

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires the State to forward the proceeds from uncontested traffic infractions relating to the use of mobile electronic devices while operating a vehicle to the county in which the infraction was committed.

 

HI H 740

AUTHOR:

Cabanilla [D]

 

TITLE:

Public Housing Project

 

LOCATION:

House Housing Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the possession or storage of an open container holding intoxicating liquor on any sidewalk or common area within any public housing project under the jurisdiction of the Hawaii Public Housing Authority.

 

HI H 884

AUTHOR:

Souki [D]

 

TITLE:

Public Housing Authority

 

LOCATION:

House Housing Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(Governor Package Bill) Prohibits the possession or storage of an open container holding intoxicating liquor on any sidewalk or common area within any public housing project under the jurisdiction of the Hawaii Public Housing Authority.

 

HI H 980

AUTHOR:

Souki [D]

 

TITLE:

Mobile Electronic Devices

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(Governor Package Bill) Creates a new law prohibiting the use of mobile electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle within the state of Hawaii; establishes penalties.

 

HI H 1033

AUTHOR:

Ward [R]

 

TITLE:

Smartphone Software to Prevent Impaired Driving

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires the Department of Transportation to create rules that will establish the creation and maintenance of smartphone software that will help prevent intoxicated persons from operating motor vehicles, and to facilitate the ability of observers to report erratic operators of motor vehicles.

 

HI H 1181

AUTHOR:

Souki [D]

 

TITLE:

Habitual Offender

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the definition of a "habitual offender" to also mean a person who was convicted of habitually operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant within ten years of the instant offense of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant.

 

HI S 437

AUTHOR:

Kim [D]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Abuse Treatment And Prevention

 

LOCATION:

Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(County of Maui Bill Package) Authorizes the liquor commission to conduct and fund state and county alcohol abuse treatment and prevention activities; allows liquor license fees to be used for those activities.

 

HI S 444

AUTHOR:

Kim [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Operation

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation and International Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(County of Maui Bill Package) Expands definition of habitual operator of a vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant to include persons with convictions within the last ten years of the offense for habitually operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant.

 

HI S 489

AUTHOR:

Baker [D]

 

TITLE:

Traffic Safety Surcharge

 

LOCATION:

In Multiple Committees

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes a traffic safety injury prevention and treatment surcharge on each communications service connection, with revenue collected from the surcharge to be deposited equally between the trauma system special fund and the John A. Burns School of Medicine Special Fund.

 

HI S 578

AUTHOR:

Kidani [D]

 

TITLE:

Release from Custody Requirements

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation and International Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Imposes conditions to ensure that persons arrested for driving under the influence of an intoxicant are sober prior to being released from custody.

 

HI S 660

AUTHOR:

Green [D]

 

TITLE:

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Appropriation

 

LOCATION:

Senate Health Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Appropriates moneys for statewide drug and alcohol treatment.

 

HI S 1115

AUTHOR:

Kim [D]

 

TITLE:

Public Housing Project Liquor Prohibitions

 

LOCATION:

In Multiple Committees

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(Governor Package Bill) Prohibits the possession or storage of an open container holding intoxicating liquor on any sidewalk or common area within any public housing project under the jurisdiction of the Hawaii Public Housing Authority.

 

HI S 1211

AUTHOR:

Kim [D]

 

TITLE:

Mobile Electronic Devices

 

LOCATION:

In Multiple Committees

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(Governor Package Bill) Creates a new law prohibiting the use of mobile electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle within the state of Hawaii; establishes penalties.

 

IA S 33

AUTHOR:

Johnson [R]

 

TITLE:

 Distracting Activity

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits a person from engaging in a distracting activity while operating a motor vehicle; repeals which prohibits a person from using a hand‑held electronic communication device to write, send, or read a text message while driving a motor vehicle; provides that the only enforceable as a secondary action when a peace officer stops or detains a driver for a suspected violation of another motor vehicle law; provides that a violation is punishable by a scheduled fine of $30, with higher penalties applicable.

 

IL H 43

SPONSOR:

Franks [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Code

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Vehicle Code; makes a technical change in a Section concerning statutory summary suspensions.

 

IL H 57

SPONSOR:

Franks [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Code

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Vehicle Code; makes a technical change in a section concerning driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 

IL H 829

SPONSOR:

Madigan [D]

 

TITLE:

Unified Code of Corrections

 

LOCATION:

House Rules Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Unified Code of Corrections; makes a technical change in a section concerning the supervision of persons on parole or mandatory supervised release.

 

IL S 1028

SPONSOR:

Cullerton J [D]

 

TITLE:

Corrections

 

LOCATION:

Senate Committee on Assignments Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Unified Code of Corrections; makes a technical change in a Section concerning the supervision of persons on parole or mandatory supervised release.

 

IN H 1006

AUTHOR:

Steuerwald [R]

 

TITLE:

Various Changes To the Criminal Code

 

LOCATION:

House Ways and Means Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to various changes to the criminal code; makes various changes to the criminal code, including changes to the law concerning community corrections, probation, sentencing, probation funding, drug and alcohol program funding, involuntary manslaughter, communicable disease crimes, battery, hazing, obstruction of traffic crimes, interference with medical services crimes, kidnapping, confinement, criminal mischief, railroad mischief, computer crimes, theft, deception and fraud crimes.

 

IN H 1458

AUTHOR:

Leonard [R]

 

TITLE:

Department of Toxicology Fees

 

LOCATION:

House Veterans Affairs and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to department of toxicology fees; allows the state Department of Toxicology to levy fees and deposit the fees into the breath test training and certification fund; appropriates money transferred to the state Department of Toxicology from Indiana University.

 

IN H 1517

AUTHOR:

Kirchhofer [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices

 

LOCATION:

House Courts and Criminal Code Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to ignition interlock devices; changes the conditions under which a court is required to grant a hardship license with restricted driving privileges; restricts a person to operating only vehicles with a functioning and certified ignition interlock device in certain situations; provides that if a court has granted a person restricted driving privileges for a restricted driver's license because of hardship, the person has violated the restrictions, and the Bureau of Motor Vehicles determines that.

 

IN H 1579

AUTHOR:

Smaltz [R]

 

TITLE:

Open Container Laws

 

LOCATION:

House Roads and Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to open container Laws; increases the number of hours of community restitution or service that a person convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated must perform; specifies that, for purposes of open container laws, the exemption for a person who is in the passenger compartment of a vehicle used to transport passengers for compensation or the living quarters of a house coach or trailer does not apply to the operator of the vehicle.

 

IN S 154

AUTHOR:

Becker [R]

 

TITLE:

Mopeds

 

LOCATION:

Senate Homeland Security, Transportation and Veteran Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to mopeds; changes the term motorized bicycle to moped; defines moped; repeals the term motor scooter; repeals obsolete provisions related to the study of mopeds by an interim committee; authorizes the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to adopt rules concerning certificates of title for mopeds; requires that a moped must be registered with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles; establishes a registration fee for mopeds.

 

IN S 156

AUTHOR:

Waltz [R]

 

TITLE:

Downloading of Cell Phone Information by Police

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to downloading of cell phone information by police; prohibits a police officer from extracting or otherwise downloading information from a telecommunications device and retaining it as evidence pending trial for a violation of the law concerning typing, transmitting, or reading a text message while operating a motor vehicle unless the police officer has probable cause.

 

IN S 168

AUTHOR:

Head [R]

 

TITLE:

Chemical Tests for Intoxication

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to chemical tests for intoxication; provides that a bodily substance sample may be taken by a person qualified through training, experience, or education to obtain a bodily substance sample; specifies that provisions describing the procedures for obtaining a bodily substance sample do not prohibit a court from issuing a search warrant to obtain a bodily substance sample.

 

IN S 368

AUTHOR:

Wyss [R]

 

TITLE:

Department of Toxicology Fees

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to department of toxicology fees; allows the state Department of Toxicology to levy fees and deposit the fees into the breath test training and certification fund; appropriates money transferred to the state Department of Toxicology from Indiana University.

 

IN S 538

AUTHOR:

Wyss [R]

 

TITLE:

Various Motor Vehicle Issues

 

LOCATION:

Senate Homeland Security, Transportation and Veteran Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to various motor vehicle issues; makes various changes to motor vehicles Laws concerning credentials, convictions, and suspensions; amends related definitions; amends certain requirements for various driver's licenses; amends provisions concerning examinations and investigations for licenses; specifies minimum terms of suspension of driving privileges for various offenses; changes the membership of the motorcycle operator safety education program advisory committee.

 

IN S 550

AUTHOR:

Mrvan [D]

 

TITLE:

Driving Authority Permit

 

LOCATION:

Senate Homeland Security, Transportation and Veteran Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving authority permit; provides for the issuance of driving authority permits, probationary driving authority permits, and driving authority learner's permits to residents of Indiana who cannot provide proof of identity and lawful status in the United States; provides that permits may not be used for federal identification or for any federal purposes.

 

IN S 580

AUTHOR:

Tallian [D]

 

TITLE:

Marijuana

 

LOCATION:

Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to marijuana; provides that operating a vehicle with an inactive metabolite of marijuana, hashish, or hash oil in one's body does not violate the impaired driving Laws; authorizes the licensed cultivation and production of industrial hemp in accordance with rules adopted by the department of agriculture; makes possession of less than two ounces of marijuana a Class C infraction; makes possession of more than two ounces of marijuana a Class B misdemeanor, and makes the offense a Class A misdemeanor.

 

IN S 601

AUTHOR:

Steele [R]

 

TITLE:

Criminal Code Changes

 

LOCATION:

Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Makes various changes to the criminal code; concerns community corrections, probation, sentencing, probation funding, drug and alcohol program funding, involuntary manslaughter, communicable disease crimes, battery, hazing, obstruction of traffic crimes, interference with medical services crimes, kidnapping, confinement, criminal mischief, railroad mischief, computer crimes, theft and deception and fraud crimes.

 

IN S 620

AUTHOR:

Merritt [R]

 

TITLE:

Proof of Financial Responsibility

 

LOCATION:

Senate Homeland Security, Transportation and Veteran Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to proof of financial responsibility; provides that the law regarding financial responsibility applies to judgments in civil actions; provides that Indiana Laws providing for suspension of a driver's license or driving privileges may be used to prohibit a nonresident from operating a motor vehicle in Indiana; provides that the Bureau of Motor Vehicles may adopt rules regarding proof of financial responsibility.

 

KS H 2043

AUTHOR:

Corrections and Juvenile Justice Cmt

 

TITLE:

Aggravated Battery

 

LOCATION:

House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to aggravated battery; relates to driving under the influence.

 

KS S 21

AUTHOR:

Federal and State Affairs Cmt

 

TITLE:

Firearm Possession

 

LOCATION:

Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to firearms; relates to criminal possession of a firearm; relates to expungement; relates to personal and family protection act.

 

KS S 49

AUTHOR:

Natural Resources Cmt

 

TITLE:

Blood Alcohol Concentration Tests

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to increasing the amount of time for blood‑alcohol concentration tests upon suspicion of boating under the influence.

 

KY BR 17

SPONSOR:

Harmon [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

House Rules Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(HB 10) Relates to driving under the influence, to restructure the existing penalties from a four‑tiered structure to a three‑tiered structure; expands the look‑back window for prior offenses from five years to ten years, and to allow forfeiture of motor vehicles used in a DUI if the operator's license had been previously suspended.

 

KY BR 159

SPONSOR:

Adams J [R]

 

TITLE:

Shock Probation

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(HB28) Relates to shock probation, to prohibit shock probation if a person is convicted of violating KRS 507.040, relating to manslaughter in the second degree, or KRS 507.050, relating to reckless homicide, and a violation of KRS 189A.010, relating to driving under the influence, arising from the same incident; permit the victim's next of kin to ask the court to permit shock probation.

 

KY H 28

SPONSOR:

Adams J [R]

 

TITLE:

Shock Probation

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to shock probation; relates to shock probation, to prohibit shock probation if a person is convicted of violating KRS 507.040, relating to manslaughter in the second degree, or KRS 507.050, relating to reckless homicide, and a violation of KRS 189A.010, relating to driving under the influence, arising from the same incident; permits the victim's next of kin to ask the court to permit shock probation.

 

KY H 32

SPONSOR:

Harmon [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving under the influence; amends various sections in KRS Chapter 189A, relating to driving under the influence; restructures the existing penalties from a four‑tiered structure to a three‑tiered structure; expands the look‑back window for prior offenses from five years to ten years; allows forfeiture of motor vehicles used in a DUI if the operator's license had been previously suspended.

 

MA HD 186

AUTHOR:

Coakley‑Rivera [D]

 

TITLE:

Penalties for Operating Vehicles Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases the penalties for operating vehicles under the influence.

 

MA HD 203

AUTHOR:

Turner [D]

 

TITLE:

Drug and Alcohol Testing

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to drug and alcohol testing.

 

MA HD 228

AUTHOR:

Atkins [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Cell Phone Use

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to cell phone use in motor vehicles.

 

MA HD 239

AUTHOR:

Peisch [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driver Apprehension

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Improves apprehension of drunk drivers and other law violators.

 

MA HD 373

AUTHOR:

Pignatelli [D]

 

TITLE:

Repeat DUI Offenders Specially Marked Licenses

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires specially marked licenses for repeat offenders who drive under the influence of intoxicating liquors or controlled substances.

 

MA HD 433

AUTHOR:

Khan [D]

 

TITLE:

Substance Abuse Health Protection Fund

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes the substance abuse health protection fund.

 

MA HD 478

AUTHOR:

Balser [D]

 

TITLE:

Mandatory Blood Tests for Surviving Drivers

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to mandatory blood tests for surviving drivers.

 

MA HD 748

AUTHOR:

Gobi [D]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Testing

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Expands testing for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

 

MA HD 1093

AUTHOR:

Stanley T [D]

 

TITLE:

Underage Drinking Discouragement Program

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates a pilot program to discourage drinking by individuals under the legal drinking age; provides a non‑criminal disposition process for first offenders, including alcohol education.

 

MA HD 2320

AUTHOR:

Jones [R]

 

TITLE:

Repeat Drunk Driving Offenders

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to repeat drunk driving offenders.

 

MA HD 2352

AUTHOR:

Jones [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to preventing driving under the influence.

 

MA HD 2356

AUTHOR:

Jones [R]

 

TITLE:

Intoxicated Arrestee Driving Permission

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases the liability for permitting an intoxicated arrestee to operate a motor vehicle.

 

MA HD 2877

AUTHOR:

Ayers [D]

 

TITLE:

Texting and Driving Penalties

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to increasing the fines and penalties for texting and driving.

 

MA HD 3074

AUTHOR:

Dykema [D]

 

TITLE:

Special Regulations for Vehicle Specific Checkpoints

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Defines special regulations for vehicle specific checkpoints.

 

MA HD 3322

AUTHOR:

Wagner [D]

 

TITLE:

Hands Free Use of Mobile Telephones While Driving

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires the hands‑free use of mobile telephones while driving.

 

MA HD 3428

AUTHOR:

Costello [D]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Licensing

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to ignition interlock licensing.

 

MA SD 167

AUTHOR:

Creem [D]

 

TITLE:

Hands Free Cell Phone Devices

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to hands free cell phone devices.

 

MA SD 227

AUTHOR:

Flanagan [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicular Homicide Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to vehicular homicide while driving under the influence.

 

MA SD 736

AUTHOR:

Hedlund [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to ignition interlock devices.

 

MA SD 737

AUTHOR:

Hedlund [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to ignition interlock devices.

 

MA SD 898

AUTHOR:

Hedlund [R]

 

TITLE:

Enhancing Melanie's Law

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to enhancing Melanie's Law.

 

MA SD 1060

AUTHOR:

Montigny [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of Mobile Telephones While Operating a Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of mobile telephones while operating a motor vehicle.

 

MA SD 1584

AUTHOR:

Clark [D]

 

TITLE:

Citizens of the Commonwealth From Drunk Drivers

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Protects the citizens of the Commonwealth from drunk drivers.

 

MA SD 1661

AUTHOR:

Tarr [R]

 

TITLE:

Pilot Program To Limit Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates a pilot program to limit driving under the influence of alcohol.

 

MA SD 1696

AUTHOR:

Tarr [R]

 

TITLE:

Habitual Drunk Drivers

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to habitual drunk drivers.

 

MD H 32

AUTHOR:

Arora [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driving

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires individuals who are convicted of specified alcohol‑related driving offenses involving transportation of a minor to successfully complete the Ignition Interlock System Program.

 

MD H 150

AUTHOR:

Kipke [R]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Laws Accidents

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires a police officer who detains a driver who was involved in a motor vehicle accident that resulted in the death of, or a life‑threatening injury to another person, to require the driver to submit to specified drug and alcohol testing.

 

MD H 245

AUTHOR:

Judiciary Cmt

 

TITLE:

Family Law Substance Exposed Newborns

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes a presumption that a child is not receiving proper care and attention from the mother for purposes of determining whether a child is a child in need of assistance; alters the factors that a juvenile court is required to consider when determining whether to terminate a parent's rights; requires a health practitioner involved in the delivery or care of a substance‑exposed newborn to make a report to a local department of social services except under specified circumstances.

 

MD S 74

AUTHOR:

Kasemeyer [D]

 

TITLE:

Vessel Operation

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that specified alcohol‑ or drug‑related offenses apply to a person operating a vessel propelled only by sail.

 

MD S 193

AUTHOR:

King N [D]

 

TITLE:

Prohibition on Handheld Telephone Use

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes that a specified prohibition on the use of a handheld telephone while operating a motor vehicle may be enforced as a primary action if a child under the age of 8 years is a passenger in the motor vehicle.

 

MD S 284

AUTHOR:

Miller T [D]

 

TITLE:

Annual Corrective Bill

 

LOCATION:

Senate Rules Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Corrects specified errors and omissions in the Annotated Code and specified uncodified Laws; clarifies language; corrects specified obsolete references; reorganizes specified sections of the Annotated Code; ratifies specified corrections made by the publishers of the Annotated Code; provides that the Act is not intended to affect any law other than to correct technical errors; provides for the correction of specified errors and obsolete provisions by the publishers of the Annotated Code.

 

MD S 292

AUTHOR:

Zirkin [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Laws

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes the Motor Vehicle Administration to modify a driver's license suspension or issue a restrictive license for a licensee who has committed specified alcohol‑related driving offenses if the license is required for the purpose of complying with a court order.

 

MD S 293

AUTHOR:

Zirkin [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Laws

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Repeals a requirement that the Motor Vehicle Administration suspend the registration of specified vehicles owned by specified judgment debtors; authorizes the Administration to modify a driver's license suspension or issue a restrictive license for specified judgment debtors under specified circumstances.

 

MD S 339

AUTHOR:

Robey [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Repeals provisions of law that require enforcement as a secondary offense of specified violations involving the use of a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle; repeals provisions of law that apply prohibitions involving the use of a wireless communication device to specified operators of motor vehicles only if the motor vehicle is in motion; provides that specified prohibitions apply only if the motor vehicle is in the travel portion of a roadway; alters a specified penalty.

 

ME H 71

LD:

68

 

AUTHOR:

Beaudoin [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of a Handheld Mobile Telephone

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Transportation

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of a handheld mobile telephone while operating a motor vehicle. The bill clarifies that law enforcement officers, corrections officers, firefighters, drivers of authorized emergency vehicles, holders of commercial driver's licenses, physicians, municipal public works personnel, Maine Turnpike Authority personnel and state transportation personnel, including all employees and contractors of the Department of Transportation, may use such devices when in course of their duties.

 

ME LR 180

AUTHOR:

Senator Hill

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Ignition Interlock Device Requirements in

 

LOCATION:

Legislature

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the motor vehicle ignition interlock device requirements in the Laws regarding operating under the influence.

 

ME LR 604

AUTHOR:

Beaudoin [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of a Handheld Mobile Telephone

 

LOCATION:

Legislature

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of a handheld mobile telephone while operating a motor vehicle.

 

ME S 36

LD:

85

 

AUTHOR:

Hill [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Ignition Interlock Device Requirements in

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases the minimum mandatory driver's license suspension for a person convicted of operating under the influence who has 3 or more previous offenses within a 10‑year period from 6 to 8 years and removes the requirement that such a person install for a period of 4 years an ignition interlock device in the motor vehicle the person operates, but authorizes the Secretary of State to reinstate the license of such a person after 4 years of suspension if the person has installed for a certain period.

 

MI H 4093

SPONSOR:

LaFontaine [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

House Criminal Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Maintains alcohol content for individuals operating a vehicle under the influence of alcoholic liquor at 0.08 without reversion to 0.10.

 

MO H 38

SPONSOR:

Roorda [D]

 

TITLE:

Drug Test Results

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates the crime of altering or falsifying drug or alcohol test results or selling or transporting a biological sample or adulterant to falsify test results.

 

MO H 145

SPONSOR:

Gatschenberger [R]

 

TITLE:

Hand Held Electronic Wireless Communications Device

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits anyone from using a hand‑held electronic wireless communications device while driving unless the device is equipped for hands‑free operation and is being used in that manner.

 

MO H 153

SPONSOR:

Solon [R]

 

TITLE:

Assault Of a Law Enforcement Officer

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Expands the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer in the first, second, and third degrees to include the assault of an animal control officer.

 

MO H 210

SPONSOR:

Cox [R]

 

TITLE:

Criminal Code

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Changes the Laws regarding the criminal code.

 

MO H 309

SPONSOR:

Solon [R]

 

TITLE:

Military Veterans And Servicemembers Court Program

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes the Military Veterans and Servicemembers Court Program to provide treatment and intervention to veterans and servicemembers charged or convicted of certain crimes.

 

MS H 211

AUTHOR:

Scott O [D]

 

TITLE:

Health Screening for State Health Insurance

 

LOCATION:

House Medicaid Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires all persons who are recipients of benefits under the Medicaid program, the Children's Health Insurance Program, and the state and school employees health insurance plan to be tested or screened annually for the use of illegal drugs, abuse of alcohol, hepatitis b and c, tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases; provides that the cost of that testing or screening shall be covered as a benefit under each respective program or plan.

 

MS H 230

AUTHOR:

Calhoun [D]

 

TITLE:

Wireless Interactive Communication

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of wireless telephones or electronic communication devices to engage in wireless interactive communication by a person operating a motor vehicle.

 

MS H 272

AUTHOR:

Bain [D]

 

TITLE:

Wireless Interactive Communication

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of wireless telephones or electronic communication devices to engage in wireless interactive communication by a person operating a motor vehicle; provides penalties; provides that a conviction under this act must occur as a secondary offense.

 

MS H 371

AUTHOR:

Johnson R [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Operator Texting

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibit a person from using a wireless communication device to manually send or receive a written message while operating a motor vehicle within a highway work zone; prohibits a person from using a wireless communication device to send or receive a written message while operating a motor vehicle within a designated school zone.

 

MS H 481

AUTHOR:

Gunn [R]

 

TITLE:

Use of Ignition Interlock Device

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that persons convicted of DUI will only be allowed to operate a vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock device; provides a driver's license therefor; removes hardship provisions; creates an aggravated level of the offense; requires mandatory probation; revises ignition interlock.

 

MS H 622

AUTHOR:

Scott O [D]

 

TITLE:

Cell Phones

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of cellular telephones while operating a motor vehicle; provides a penalty for violations.

 

MS H 631

AUTHOR:

Banks [D]

 

TITLE:

Prohibit Texting by an Operator of a Motor Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of wireless telephones or electronic communication devices to engage in wireless interactive communication by a person operating a motor vehicle; provides exemptions from compliance with the requirements of this act; provides that from July 1, 2013, through December 31, 2014, a conviction under this act must occur as a secondary offense and shall not be entered on the driving record of the convicted person.

 

MS H 707

AUTHOR:

Mayo B [R]

 

TITLE:

Wireless Communication Devices

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of wireless communication devices to engage in writing, sending or reading a written communication by a person operating a motor vehicle.

 

MS H 708

AUTHOR:

Johnson R [D]

 

TITLE:

Hand Held Mobile Telephones

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of hand‑held mobile telephones to engage in writing, sending or reading a text message by a person operating a motor vehicle.

 

MS H 768

AUTHOR:

Chism G [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Operation for Minors

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits persons under eighteen years of age from operating a motor vehicle on a highway while using a wireless communication device to send or receive a written message while the motor vehicle is in motion.

 

MS S 2155

AUTHOR:

Hudson [R]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits texting while driving; defines certain terms; provides exemptions; repeals code that prohibits texting while driving by the holders of temporary and intermediate licenses.

 

MS S 2157

AUTHOR:

Butler K [D]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits texting while driving; defines certain terms; provides exemptions; repeals code that prohibits texting while driving by the holders of temporary and intermediate licenses.

 

MS S 2160

AUTHOR:

Collins [R]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Highways and Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibit texting while driving; defines certain terms; provides exemptions; repeals section which prohibits texting while driving by the holders of temporary and intermediate licenses.

 

MS S 2217

AUTHOR:

Tollison [D]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends section 63‑3‑1213, Mississippi code of 1972, to create a rebuttable presumption that texting while driving constitutes careless driving; for related purposes.

 

MS S 2368

AUTHOR:

Fillingane J [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence Penalty

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary A Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates an increased penalty for a fourth or fifth conviction of driving under the influence.

 

MS S 2372

AUTHOR:

Fillingane J [R]

 

TITLE:

Second DUI with Suspended License

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary A Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that a second‑time driving under the influence offender who operates a vehicle while under license suspension is ineligible to obtain an operator's license for a period of five years.

 

MS S 2386

AUTHOR:

Simmons W [D]

 

TITLE:

Youth Court Electronic Monitoring

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes the youth court to utilize an electronic monitoring custody order as an alternative to detention.

 

MS S 2544

AUTHOR:

Dawkins [D]

 

TITLE:

Justice Court Fees

 

LOCATION:

Senate Accountability, Efficiency, Transparency Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises the justice court fee allowable for certain traffic violations.

 

MT D 537

AUTHOR:

Law and Justice Interim Committee

 

TITLE:

Flat Fee Contracts in Abuse and Neglect Cases

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes flat fee contracts in abuse and neglect cases and specialty courts.

 

MT D 726

AUTHOR:

Wilson [D]

 

TITLE:

Fuel Tax Revenue

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises fuel tax revenue to fund local public transportation; relates to taxation of fuels.

 

MT D 790

AUTHOR:

Lavin [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to law enforcement.

 

MT D 1080

AUTHOR:

Office of Tropila

 

TITLE:

Criminal Child Endangerment Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises criminal child endangerment laws; relates to crimes; relates to minors.

 

MT D 1125

AUTHOR:

Office of Pomnichowski

 

TITLE:

State Liquor Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises state liquor laws; relates to alcohol and drugs.

 

MT D 1126

AUTHOR:

Office of Pomnichowski

 

TITLE:

State Liquor Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises state liquor laws; relates to alcohol and drugs.

 

MT D 1134

AUTHOR:

Connell [R]

 

TITLE:

Laws Related to DUI Convictions

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises laws related to DUI convictions and restricted driver's licence; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to crimes; relates to motor vehicles.

 

MT D 1198

AUTHOR:

Edmunds [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to traffic regulations.

 

MT D 1293

AUTHOR:

Woods [D]

 

TITLE:

DUI Penalty Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI penalty laws; relates to alcohol and drugs.

 

MT D 1298

AUTHOR:

Lavin [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws Related to Interlock

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws related to interlock; relates to alcohol and drugs.

 

MT D 1321

AUTHOR:

Office of Senator Jim Keane

 

TITLE:

Liquor Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises liquor laws; relates to alcohol and drugs.

 

MT D 1322

AUTHOR:

Welborn [R]

 

TITLE:

Liquor Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises liquor laws; relates to alcohol and drugs.

 

MT D 1323

AUTHOR:

Welborn [R]

 

TITLE:

Liquor Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises liquor laws; relates to alcohol and drugs.

 

MT D 1362

AUTHOR:

Office of Senator Christine Kaufmann

 

TITLE:

Use of Electronic Devices While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits use of electronic devices while driving; relates to safety; relates to traffic regulations.

 

MT D 1511

AUTHOR:

Office of Peterson

 

TITLE:

Laws Related to DUI Alcohol Detection Devices

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises laws related to DUI alcohol detection devices; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to crimes.

 

MT D 1633

AUTHOR:

Moore D [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to crimes.

 

MT D 1686

AUTHOR:

Boland [D]

 

TITLE:

Addiction Counselor Laws Related to DUI Sentencing

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Clarifies addiction counselor laws related to DUI sentencing; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to professions and occupations.

 

MT D 1755

AUTHOR:

Regier [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to crimes.

 

MT D 2004

AUTHOR:

Clark [R]

 

TITLE:

Look Back for Alcohol and Drug Driving Offenses

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Eliminates the 5‑year look back for alcohol and drug driving offenses; relates to crimes.

 

MT D 2044

AUTHOR:

Office of Senator Sue Malek

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws

 

LOCATION:

Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws; relates to crimes.

 

MT H 70

AUTHOR:

MacDonald [D]

 

TITLE:

Victim Impact Panels

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires victim impact panels in certain state correctional facilities; relates to appropriations; relates to corrections; relates to rule making.

 

MT H 233

AUTHOR:

Lavin [R]

 

TITLE:

Sobriety Program

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises 24/7 sobriety program; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to law enforcement.

 

MT H 242

AUTHOR:

Glimm [R]

 

TITLE:

Workforce Drug Testing Laws

 

LOCATION:

House Business and Labor Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises workforce drug testing laws; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to labor and employment.

 

MT H 275

AUTHOR:

Regier [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to crimes.

 

MT H 276

AUTHOR:

Edmunds [R]

 

TITLE:

DUI Laws

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises DUI laws; relates to alcohol and drugs; relates to state revenue; relates to rule making; relates to traffic regulations.

 

ND H 1027

AUTHOR:

Joint Interim Legislative Management

 

TITLE:

Driving Under License Suspension

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving under suspension and the issuance of temporary restricted motor vehicle operator's licenses.

 

ND H 1302

AUTHOR:

Koppelman K [R]

 

TITLE:

Juveniles Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to juveniles driving under the influence; relates to chemical tests for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; provides a penalty; provides an effective date; declares an emergency.

 

ND S 2044

AUTHOR:

Joint Interim Legislative Management

 

TITLE:

Traffic Offense Administration

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to traffic offense administration.

 

ND S 2240

AUTHOR:

Mathern [D]

 

TITLE:

Marked Licenses for Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to marked licenses for driving under the influence and an ignition interlock restricted license; relates to driving while under the influence and ignition interlock; provides a penalty.

 

ND S 2301

AUTHOR:

Andrist [R]

 

TITLE:

Governors Prevention and Advisory Council

 

LOCATION:

Senate Government and Veterans Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to grants from the governor's prevention and advisory council; provides for an appropriation.

 

NE L 118

AUTHOR:

Harms [NP]

 

TITLE:

Texting Enforcement Provisions

 

LOCATION:

Transportation and Telecommunications Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Changes texting enforcement provisions.

 

NE L 158

AUTHOR:

Seiler [NP]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices

 

LOCATION:

Transportation and Telecommunications Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Changes provisions relating to eligibility for and use of ignition interlock devices.

 

NE L 258

AUTHOR:

Sullivan [NP]

 

TITLE:

Use of Certain Wireless Devices by School Bus Drivers

 

LOCATION:

Transportation and Telecommunications Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits use of certain wireless devices by school bus drivers as prescribed.

 

NE L 579

AUTHOR:

Karpisek [NP]

 

TITLE:

Nebraska Liquor Control Act

 

LOCATION:

General Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides a duty regarding administration and enforcement of the Nebraska Liquor Control Act.

 

NE L 586

AUTHOR:

Mello [NP]

 

TITLE:

Child Care and Preschools

 

LOCATION:

Health and Human Services Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides content for rules and regulations relating to child care and preschools.

 

NE L 644

AUTHOR:

Davis [NP]

 

TITLE:

Contract Carrier Safety Act

 

LOCATION:

Transportation and Telecommunications Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Adopts the Contract Carrier Safety Act.

 

NE L 649

AUTHOR:

Karpisek [NP]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Interlock Ignition Device

 

LOCATION:

Transportation and Telecommunications Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Changes certain penalties relating to operating a motor vehicle during a revocation period and tampering with an ignition interlock device.

 

NH H 232

AUTHOR:

MacKay J [D]

 

TITLE:

Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Membership

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Adds 5 members to the governor's commission on alcohol and drug abuse prevention, intervention, and treatment.

 

NH LSR 372

AUTHOR:

Office of Rausch

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence Ignition Interlock Program

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Makes modifications to the DWI ignition interlock program.

 

NH LSR 406

AUTHOR:

Smith St [R]

 

TITLE:

License Revocation for Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to commencement of license revocation for driving under the influence.

 

NJ A 320

SPONSOR:

Dancer [R]

 

TITLE:

Alexandra's Law

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Alexandra's Law; prohibits operation of motor vehicle with detectable amount of CDS in blood.

 

NJ A 419

SPONSOR:

McGuckin [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices‑Concerns

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes court to require persons convicted of refusing breathalyzer for second or subsequent time to install ignition interlock.

 

NJ A 455

SPONSOR:

Angelini [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence Standards

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes per se standard for driving under the influence of drugs.

 

NJ A 479

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 145

 

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

Driving While Intoxicated Downgrade Elimination

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Eliminates downgrading of Driving While Intoxicated offenses that occur more than 10 years after previous conviction.

 

NJ A 482

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1806

 

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicular Homicide Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases certain penalties for vehicular homicides involving intoxicated drivers; designated Josh's and Craig's Law.

 

NJ A 496

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

DUI Blood Testing

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Extends implied consent law to blood tests to determine if driver under influence of drugs.

 

NJ A 504

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

Breathalyzer Refusal

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Clarifies that conviction of refusal to submit to breathalyzer constitutes prior conviction for sentencing purposes under drunk driving law.

 

NJ A 508

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1685

 

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

Checkpoints

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits certain agencies from establishing checkpoints limited to specific vehicle types.

 

NJ A 593

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1174

 

SPONSOR:

Spencer [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driving Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides enhanced penalties for drunk drivers with blood alcohol concentration of 0.17% or greater.

 

NJ A 653

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1069

 

SPONSOR:

Rumpf [R]

 

TITLE:

Increased Prison Time for Certain Motor Offenses

 

LOCATION:

ASSEMBLY

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases prison time for certain persons convicted of a motor vehicle offense when license suspended for DUI.

 

NJ A 654

SPONSOR:

Rumpf [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Extends penalties for driving under the influence to include any substance that impairs driving ability; deems driver's consent to non‑invasive drug tests.

 

NJ A 655

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1064

 

SPONSOR:

Rumpf [R]

 

TITLE:

Fifth Drunk Driving Offense

 

LOCATION:

ASSEMBLY

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes fifth or subsequent drunk driving offenses.

 

NJ A 790

SPONSOR:

Munoz N [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Accidents Involving Pedestrians

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires breath or blood test in motor vehicle accidents involving pedestrians.

 

NJ A 834

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1632

 

SPONSOR:

McHose [R]

 

TITLE:

Immediate Suspension of Alleged Drunk Drivers License

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires MVC to immediately suspend driver's license of alleged drunk drivers who cause a death.

 

NJ A 1015

SPONSOR:

Mainor [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driving with Minor Passengers

 

LOCATION:

ASSEMBLY

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases penalties for drunk driving with a minor as a passenger.

 

NJ A 1080

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 69

 

SPONSOR:

Quijano [D]

 

TITLE:

Hand Held Device While Driving Fines

 

LOCATION:

ASSEMBLY

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases fine and imposes license suspension for talking or texting on hand‑held device while driving.

 

NJ A 1225

SPONSOR:

Moriarty [D]

 

TITLE:

Deathly Motor Vehicle Accidents

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires breath or blood sample to be obtained from certain drivers involved in motor vehicle accident resulting in death or serious bodily injury.

 

NJ A 1259

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 894

 

SPONSOR:

Coughlin [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driving Assessment

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases additional penalty assessment for drunk driving; dedicates revenue to VCCB.

 

NJ A 1446

SPONSOR:

Gusciora [D]

 

TITLE:

Evidence Blood Sample Certificates

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes procedures for admitting into evidence blood sample certificates and related lab reports in drunk driving cases.

 

NJ A 1552

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1286

 

SPONSOR:

Wisniewski [D]

 

TITLE:

Driver Distraction

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires causes of driver inattention to be noted in traffic accidents.

 

NJ A 1601

SPONSOR:

Bramnick [R]

 

TITLE:

Accident Caused by Drunk Drivers

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that limitation on lawsuit option does not apply in accident caused by drunk driver.

 

NJ A 1619

SPONSOR:

Bramnick [R]

 

TITLE:

Commercial Drivers Using Handheld Devices

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases penalty for commercial drivers who use a hand‑held telephone or electronic communication device while driving.

 

NJ A 1628

SPONSOR:

Bramnick [R]

 

TITLE:

Illegal Use3 of Hand Held Cell Phones Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Upgrades penalties for illegal use of a hand‑held cell phone while driving.

 

NJ A 2148

SPONSOR:

Gusciora [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driver Ignition Interlock Device Installation

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires ignition interlock device to be installed on vehicle owned or leased by drunk driver only after period of driver's license suspension.

 

NJ A 2199

SPONSOR:

Moriarty [D]

 

TITLE:

Violation of Hands‑Free Cell Phone Law as Reckless

 

LOCATION:

ASSEMBLY

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates Kulesh and Kubert's Law; establishes violation of hands‑free cell phone law as reckless under vehicular homicide and assault by auto statutes; enhances penalties for cell phone use while driving.

 

NJ A 2229

SPONSOR:

Rumpf [R]

 

TITLE:

Prohibits Use Of Hands‑Free Wireless Telephones

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits use of hands‑free wireless telephones and electronic communication devices while providing instruction in the operation of a motor vehicle.

 

NJ A 2459

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 2069

 

SPONSOR:

Amodeo [R]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driver Claims against Licensed Alcohol Servers

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits certain drunk driver claims against licensed alcoholic beverage servers.

 

NJ A 2532

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 680

 

SPONSOR:

Rudder [R]

 

TITLE:

Third Drunk Driving Offense Driver's License Revocation

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires permanent driver's license suspension for third drunk driving offense.

 

NJ A 2533

SPONSOR:

Johnson [D]

 

TITLE:

Illegal Use Of A Hand‑Held Cell Phone

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes illegal use of a hand‑held cell phone as reckless driving; requires education component.

 

NJ A 2693

SPONSOR:

Kean S [R]

 

TITLE:

Transmission of Offender's Driver's Abstract

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires municipal court to obtain and transmit to prosecutor an offender's driver's abstract prior to sentencing for certain offenses.

 

NJ A 2764

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1851

 

SPONSOR:

Moriarty [D]

 

TITLE:

Talking or Texting on a Hand‑Held Device While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases fine and imposes license suspension for talking or texting on hand‑held device while driving and dedicates fines to public information program; designated as the Toni Donato‑Bolis and Baby R.J. Act.

 

NJ A 2832

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1750

 

SPONSOR:

Stender [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driving Offenses Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises penalties for drunk driving offenses and the refusal to take the breathazlyzer test; revises the provisions requiring a person convicted of drunk drinking to install an ignition interlock device on a motor vehicle; establishes a restricted use driver's license which may be issued to the offender only for employment purposes and to be used to operate a motor vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock device; relates to monetary fines.

 

NJ A 2850

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1216

 

SPONSOR:

McKeon [D]

 

TITLE:

Mandatory Jail Time for High Blood Alcohol DWI

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires mandatory jail time for certain driving while intoxicated convictions with high blood alcohol concentration.

 

NJ A 2883

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 881, NJ S 1963

 

SPONSOR:

Watson‑Coleman [D]

 

TITLE:

Mandatory Sentencing to Drug Court Program

 

LOCATION:

ASSEMBLY

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes pilot program for mandatory sentencing to drug court program under special probation statute for certain offenders.

 

NJ A 2936

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1955

 

SPONSOR:

Casagrande [R]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driving Offenses

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes fourth or subsequent drunk driving offenses.

 

NJ A 2980

SPONSOR:

Chiusano [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving While Intoxicated

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving while intoxicated; makes it unlawful to operate a snowmobile, all‑terrain vehicle, or dirt bike on private property while intoxicated.

 

NJ A 2991

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1877

 

SPONSOR:

Schepisi [R]

 

TITLE:

Mandatory Drug Addiction Assessments for Offenders

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires mandatory drug addiction assessments and participation in drug court program under special probation statute for certain offenders.

 

NJ A 3032

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 2030

 

SPONSOR:

Wolfe [R]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving Health Education Instruction

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Education Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires school districts to provide instruction on the dangers of texting while driving as part of the Core Curriculum Content Standards in Comprehensive Health and Physical Education.

 

NJ A 3036

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 1877

 

SPONSOR:

Oliver [D]

 

TITLE:

Drug Addiction Assessment for Offenders

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires mandatory drug addiction assessments and participation in drug court program under special probation statute for certain offenders.

 

NJ A 3057

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 2028

 

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

Criminalizes Subsequent Drunk Driving Offenses

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Appropriations Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes second or subsequent drunk driving offenses in certain cases.

 

NJ A 3117

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence with Children

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes driving under the influence with person 17 years of age or younger in vehicle.

 

NJ A 3225

SPONSOR:

Angelini [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Device Pilot Program

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes pilot program requiring certain first time drunk drivers to install ignition interlock device.

 

NJ A 3287

SPONSOR:

Gusciora [D]

 

TITLE:

Illegal Use of Telephone While Driving Penalty

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases penalties for illegal use of telephone or electronic communication device while driving.

 

NJ A 3438

SPONSOR:

Quijano [D]

 

TITLE:

Crime of Negligent Vehicular Homicide

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes the crime of negligent vehicular homicide.

 

NJ A 3657

SPONSOR:

McKeon [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Driver Testing

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates Nikhil's Law; requires Motor Vehicle Commission to inform and test drivers on dangers of failing to comply with traffic safety laws and STOP for Nikhil Safety Pledge.

 

NJ AJR 82

SPONSOR:

Sumter [D]

 

TITLE:

Distracted Driver Education and Awareness Month

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Designates October 2012 as Distracted Driver Education and Awareness Month.

 

NJ S 69

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 1080

 

SPONSOR:

Codey [D]

 

TITLE:

Increased Fine for Texting or Talking while Driving

 

LOCATION:

ASSEMBLY

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases fine and imposes license suspension for talking or texting on hand‑held device while driving.

 

NJ S 145

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 479

 

SPONSOR:

Buono [D]

 

TITLE:

DWI Conviction Downgrading

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Eliminates downgrading of Driving While Intoxicated offenses that occur more than 10 years after previous conviction.

 

NJ S 156

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 313

 

SPONSOR:

Singer [R]

 

TITLE:

Underage Driving Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases penalties for underage drivers who have consumed alcohol.

 

NJ S 359

SPONSOR:

Beach [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Accidents Resulting In Death

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires breath or blood sample to be obtained from driver involved in motor vehicle accident resulting in death or serious bodily injury.

 

NJ S 360

SPONSOR:

Beach [D]

 

TITLE:

DUI With Child in Vehicle Crime

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes driving under the influence with person 17 years of age or younger in vehicle.

 

NJ S 488

SPONSOR:

Thompson [R]

 

TITLE:

Intoxicated Drivers, Breath Test Warnings

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Clarifies breath test warnings provided to persons arrested for intoxicated driving and boating need only be in English and those warnings are not element of offense of refusing breath test.

 

NJ S 680

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 2532

 

SPONSOR:

Addiego [R]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driver Third Offense License Suspension

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires permanent driver's license suspension for third drunk driving offense.

 

NJ S 894

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 1259

 

SPONSOR:

Vitale [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driver Additional Penalty Assessment

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases additional penalty assessment for drunk driving; dedicates revenue to VCCB.

 

NJ S 1064

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 655

 

SPONSOR:

Connors C [R]

 

TITLE:

Fifth or Subsequent Drunk Driving Offenses

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes fifth or subsequent drunk driving offenses.

 

NJ S 1069

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 653

 

SPONSOR:

Connors C [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Offense by Driver with DUI Suspension

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases prison time for certain persons convicted of a motor vehicle offense when license suspended for DUI.

 

NJ S 1174

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 593

 

SPONSOR:

Weinberg [D]

 

TITLE:

Enhanced Penalties for Certain Drunk Drivers

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides enhanced penalties for drunk drivers with blood alcohol concentration of 0.17% or greater.

 

NJ S 1216

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 2850

 

SPONSOR:

Codey [D]

 

TITLE:

Mandatory Jail Time for Certain DUI Convictions

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires mandatory jail time for certain driving while intoxicated convictions with high blood alcohol concentration.

 

NJ S 1286

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 1552

 

SPONSOR:

Codey [D]

 

TITLE:

Notation of Causes of Driver Inattention in Accidents

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires causes of driver inattention to be noted in traffic accidents.

 

NJ S 1507

SPONSOR:

Turner [D]

 

TITLE:

Penalties for Drunk Driving with Minor as Passenger

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases penalties for drunk driving with minor as passenger.

 

NJ S 1616

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 1074, NJ A 2199

 

SPONSOR:

Madden [D]

 

TITLE:

Kulesh And Kubert's Law

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Kulesh and Kubert's Law; establishes violation of hands‑free cell phone law as reckless under vehicular homicide and assault by auto statutes.

 

NJ S 1632

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 834

 

SPONSOR:

Oroho [R]

 

TITLE:

Certain Alleged Drunk Drivers' License Suspensions

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires MVC to immediately suspend driver's license of alleged drunk drivers who cause a death.

 

NJ S 1634

SPONSOR:

Oroho [R]

 

TITLE:

Crime of Negligent Vehicular Homicide

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates David's Law; establishes crime of negligent vehicular homicide.

 

NJ S 1806

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 482

 

SPONSOR:

Van Drew [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicular Homicides Enhancement

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases certain penalties for vehicular homicides involving intoxicated drivers; designated Josh's and Craig's Law.

 

NJ S 1851

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 2764

 

SPONSOR:

Madden [D]

 

TITLE:

Talking or Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases fine and imposes license suspension for talking or texting on hand‑held device while driving and dedicates fines to public information program; designated as the Toni Donato‑Bolis and Baby R.J. Act.

 

NJ S 1955

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 2936

 

SPONSOR:

Holzapfel [R]

 

TITLE:

Fourth or Subsequent Drunk Driving Offenses

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes fourth or subsequent drunk driving offenses.

 

NJ S 2027

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 1795

 

SPONSOR:

Addiego [R]

 

TITLE:

Melanie A. Cantwell Law

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Creates the Melanie A. Cantwell Law; requires MVC to issue modified license to person convicted of driving under the influence.

 

NJ S 2028

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 3057

 

SPONSOR:

Van Drew [D]

 

TITLE:

Second or Subsequent Drunk Driving Offense

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Criminalizes second or subsequent drunk driving offenses in certain cases.

 

NJ S 2030

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 3032

 

SPONSOR:

Holzapfel [R]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving Health Education Instruction

 

LOCATION:

Senate Education Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires school districts to provide instruction on the dangers of texting while driving as part of the Core Curriculum Content Standards in Comprehensive Health and Physical Education.

 

NJ S 2169

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 3096

 

SPONSOR:

Turner [D]

 

TITLE:

Conditional Dismissal Program in Municipal Court

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes a conditional dismissal program in municipal court; alters eligibility requirements and increases fees for existing conditional discharge and supervisory treatment programs; relates to fingerprint requirements; amends provisions regarding expungement of arrests not resulting in conviction.

 

NJ S 2282

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 2829

 

SPONSOR:

Turner [D]

 

TITLE:

Drug Court Completion Automatic Expungement

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Permits automatic expungement for certain persons completing a sentence to drug court under the special probation statute.

 

NJ S 2406

SPONSOR:

Madden [D]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving Information Signs

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires Department of Transportation Commissioner to erect signs to inform motorists of State law prohibiting texting while driving; makes appropriation.

 

NJ S 2427

SPONSOR:

Scutari [D]

 

TITLE:

Drunk Driver Conviction Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires court to order convicted drunk driver to install ignition interlock device or to suspend the offender's driver's license.

 

NM H 31

AUTHOR:

Lewis [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs; provides that a felony conviction for driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs shall be used in the same manner as any other felony when sentencing a habitual offender.

 

NM H 32

AUTHOR:

Lewis [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs; increases penalties and mandatory periods of incarceration for fourth and subsequent offenses; provides that an eighth or subsequent offense is a second degree felony.

 

NM H 43

AUTHOR:

Smith Ja [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation and Public Works Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; prohibits messaging while driving; provides exceptions; establishes a penalty assessment.

 

NM S 17

AUTHOR:

Wirth [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Senate Public Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; prohibits texting while driving; provides exceptions.

 

NV A 21

AUTHOR:

Transportation Cmt

 

TITLE:

Provisions Relating To Public Safety

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises provisions relating to public safety.

 

NV BDR 184

AUTHOR:

Senate Committee on Transportation

 

TITLE:

Provisions Relating To Driving Under The Influence

 

LOCATION:

Bill Draft Request

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises provisions relating to driving under the influence.

 

NV BDR 366

AUTHOR:

Department of Motor Vehicles

 

TITLE:

Revocation Of Driving Privileges

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises provisions governing the revocation of driving privileges after conviction of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance.

 

NV BDR 489

AUTHOR:

Munford [D]

 

TITLE:

Texting In Certain Circumstances

 

LOCATION:

Bill Draft Request

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits texting in certain circumstances.

 

NV BDR 668

AUTHOR:

Office of Cegavske

 

TITLE:

Driving Under The Influence

 

LOCATION:

Bill Draft Request

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises provisions governing driving under the influence.

 

NV BDR 733

AUTHOR:

Horne [D]

 

TITLE:

Provisions Relating To Driving Under The Influence

 

LOCATION:

Bill Draft Request

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises provisions relating to driving under the influence.

 

NV S 19

AUTHOR:

Senate Committee on Transportation

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Revises provisions concerning driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance.

 

NY A 291

SAME AS:

NY S 1450

 

SPONSOR:

Sweeney [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicular Assault and Manslaughter Charges

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Codes Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Penalizes crimes of vehicular assault and vehicular manslaughter as felonies when committed while driving with a suspended or revoked license.

 

NY A 303

SPONSOR:

Dinowitz [D]

 

TITLE:

Reimbursement for Emergency Service Costs

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to reimbursement for costs incurred by emergency services as a result of driving while intoxicated.

 

NY A 352

SPONSOR:

Dinowitz [D]

 

TITLE:

Payments to Health Care Providers

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Insurance Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to payments to health care providers for emergency service rendered for injuries incurred as a result of the operation of a motor vehicle while intoxicated.

 

NY A 522

SPONSOR:

Cusick [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Accident Prevention Course

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to a motor vehicle accident prevention course for drivers convicted of driving while intoxicated or while under the influence of drugs; provides that such courses do not qualify for certain motor vehicle liability insurance rate reductions.

 

NY A 561

SPONSOR:

Dinowitz [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of Mobile Telephone on Bicycle

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of a mobile telephone while operating a bicycle.

 

NY A 586

SPONSOR:

Dinowitz [D]

 

TITLE:

Persistent Alcohol Offenders

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires persistent alcohol offenders to use distinctive registration plates for such offenders issued by the commissioner of motor vehicles.

 

NY A 610

SPONSOR:

Dinowitz [D]

 

TITLE:

Community Service

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Codes Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Changes community service to be compensatory service in certain sentencing alternative programs.

 

NY A 837

SAME AS:

NY S 1347

 

SPONSOR:

Ryan [D]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices for School Buses

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Mandates ignition interlock devices for school buses.

 

NY A 1263

SPONSOR:

Gantt [D]

 

TITLE:

Inattentive Driving Infraction

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Causes a person who engages in certain non‑driving activities while driving to be guilty of inattentive driving; provides that inattentive driving is considered a traffic infraction; provides that if a person commits three violations of inattentive driving during an eighteen month period, he or she is guilty of reckless driving.

 

NY A 1963

SAME AS:

NY S 1296

 

SPONSOR:

Ortiz [D]

 

TITLE:

Police Accident Reports

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Vehicle & Traffic Law; requires police accident reports to indicate whether a mobile phone was in use at the time of such vehicle accident.

 

NY A 2227

SPONSOR:

Lopez V [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of an Electronic Device While Crossing a Crosswalk

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Restricts the use of an electronic device while crossing a crosswalk in a city with a population of one million or more; provides for a person in violation to be issued a summons and pay a civil fine of one hundred dollars.

 

NY A 2570

SPONSOR:

Ortiz [D]

 

TITLE:

Drivers Who Cause Accidents Which Result in Injury

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Codes Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that drivers who cause accidents which result in serious physical injury or death while talking on a cellular phone shall be subject to identical criminal penalties as those persons who cause accidents which result in serious physical injury or death while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol; imposes a penalty of two points against a person's license when convicted of a violation of driving while using a cellular phone.

 

NY A 2668

SPONSOR:

Wright [D]

 

TITLE:

Operation of a Motor Vehicle With a Video Monitor

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Vehicle & Traffic Law; prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle with a video monitor that plays pre‑recorded programming or other similar means of visually displaying a television broadcast or video signal that produces entertainment or business applications within view of the operator of such vehicle or where the monitor is located at any point forward of the back of the driver's seat; prevents distracted driving.

 

NY A 2723

SAME AS:

NY S 1511

 

SPONSOR:

Weisenberg [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of Hands Free Mobile Telephones By Drivers

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Vehicle & Traffic Law; prohibits the use of hands‑free mobile telephones by operators of motor vehicles who hold learner's permits.

 

NY A 2884

SPONSOR:

Ortiz [D]

 

TITLE:

Dialing Phone While Operating Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that no person shall dial a mobile telephone while operating a motor vehicle.

 

NY A 3008

SPONSOR:

Office of the Governor

 

TITLE:

State Budget

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Ways and Means Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends various laws to provide for the enactment of the State Budget.

 

NY A 3022

SPONSOR:

Ortiz [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of Telephone While Operating Motor Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of a cellular or wireless telephone while operating a motor vehicle except for the sole purpose of obtaining emergency assistance under certain circumstances as specified herein; provides for civil fines for violations of such provisions.

 

NY S 144

SPONSOR:

Diaz Ru [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle and Traffic Law

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires any person convicted of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs to complete a drinking driver program.

 

NY S 398

SPONSOR:

Dilan [D]

 

TITLE:

Distribution of Mandatory Surcharges

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the vehicle and traffic law and the penal law, in relation to distribution of certain mandatory surcharges imposed for alcohol‑related traffic convictions; provides for ignition interlock programs.

 

NY S 611

SPONSOR:

Gianaris [D]

 

TITLE:

Probation for DUI

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that when a driving under the influence of alcohol offender is sentenced to probation, a condition shall be alcohol and controlled substance monitoring.

 

NY S 739

SAME AS:

NY A 1933

 

SPONSOR:

Fuschillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Revocation of Licenses

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the revocation or reissuance of licenses.

 

NY S 742

SPONSOR:

Fuschillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Sanctions for Driving While Ability Impaired

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to sanctions for driving while ability impaired while holding a conditional license.

 

NY S 750

SPONSOR:

Fuschillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Driving While Intoxicated

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving while intoxicated.

 

NY S 751

SPONSOR:

Fuschillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of Motor Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the offense of aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree.

 

NY S 754

SPONSOR:

Fuschillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Definition of Impaired and Intoxication

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Defines the terms "impaired" and "intoxication" for the purposes of the vehicle and traffic law.

 

NY S 758

SPONSOR:

Fuschillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Department of Corrections and Community Supervision

 

LOCATION:

Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires the department of corrections and community supervision to maintain the responsibility and costs of monitoring any person required to use an ignition interlocking device.

 

NY S 848

SPONSOR:

Parker [D]

 

TITLE:

Options for Plea Bargaining

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Limits options for plea bargaining for repeat driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol offenders.

 

NY S 1055

SAME AS:

NY A 1624

 

SPONSOR:

Maziarz [R]

 

TITLE:

Abbagail's Law

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Enacts Abbagail's Law; prohibits supervising drivers from acting under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.

 

NY S 1194

SPONSOR:

Flanagan [R]

 

TITLE:

Vehicular Assault and Manslaughter

 

LOCATION:

Senate Codes Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to vehicular assault and vehicular manslaughter.

 

NY S 1347

SAME AS:

NY A 1862

 

SPONSOR:

Maziarz [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Devices for School Buses

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Mandates ignition interlock devices for school buses.

 

NY S 1446

SPONSOR:

Flanagan [R]

 

TITLE:

Mandatory Testing in Certain Vehicle Collisions

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides for mandatory testing of breath, blood or urine in the event of a motor vehicle collision resulting in death or injury.

 

NY S 1482

SPONSOR:

Marcellino [R]

 

TITLE:

Use of Dashboard Computers

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of dashboard computers while operating a motor vehicle; provides definitions and exemptions.

 

NY S 1499

SPONSOR:

Marcellino [R]

 

TITLE:

Display Devices in Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle on a public road, street or highway which is equipped with a display device within the view of the operator; defines the term "display device" as equipment designed and used for the purpose of receiving and displaying a broadcast image.

 

NY S 1503

SPONSOR:

Marcellino [R]

 

TITLE:

Aggravated Unlicensed Operation

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Reduces the number of prior suspensions needed to qualify for aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree from ten or more suspensions to five or more suspensions which have to be imposed on at least five separate dates.

 

NY S 1511

SPONSOR:

Marcellino [R]

 

TITLE:

Use of Mobile Telephones While Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of hands‑free mobile telephones by operators of motor vehicles who hold learner's permits.

 

NY S 2608

SPONSOR:

Office of the Governor

 

TITLE:

State Budget

 

LOCATION:

Senate Finance Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends various laws to provide for the enactment of the State Budget.

 

OK H 1055

AUTHOR:

McDaniel J [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; makes certain acts unlawful; provides an effective date.

 

OK H 1069

AUTHOR:

Denney [R]

 

TITLE:

Substance Abuse Treatment

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to substance abuse treatment; relates to alcohol and drug substance abuse courses; modifies payment requirement for certain courses and treatment programs; relates to persons driving under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicating substance; recognizes successful completion of certain treatment programs; modifies payment.

 

OK H 1097

AUTHOR:

Shoemake [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; makes certain acts unlawful; provides exceptions; provides penalty; authorizes municipalities to enact certain ordinances; defines terms; provides for codification; provides an effective date.

 

OK H 1105

AUTHOR:

Brown M [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; makes certain acts unlawful; provides penalty; provides exceptions; defines terms; provides for codification; provides an effective date.

 

OK H 1278

AUTHOR:

Vaughan [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; relates to graduated driver licenses; clarifies certain prohibited act; modifies definitions; provides an effective date.

 

OK H 1319

AUTHOR:

Enns [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; relates to penalties for driving under the influence; increases certain penalty; provides an effective date.

 

OK H 1503

AUTHOR:

McDaniel C [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; makes certain acts unlawful; provides exceptions; provides penalty; authorizes municipalities to enact certain ordinances; defines terms; provides for codification; provides an effective date.

 

OK H 1839

AUTHOR:

Williams [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; relates to motor vehicle definitions; modifies and adds definitions; relates to the Driver License Examining Division; changes name of the Driver License Examining Division; requires criminal history background checks for certain persons; changes certain effective dates; deletes salary schedule.

 

OK S 362

AUTHOR:

Anderson [R]

 

TITLE:

Intoxicating Liquor

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to intoxicating liquor; relates to certain sentencing Powers of the court; adds certain sentencing power; relates to certain prohibited acts and certain penalties; prohibits the sale, delivery or the furnishing of alcoholic beverages to certain persons; prohibits certain persons from purchasing alcoholic beverages; provides certain penalty.

 

OK S 400

AUTHOR:

Paddack [D]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to texting while driving; makes it unlawful to operate a motor vehicle while composing, sending or reading an electronic text message; provides penalty; provides certain exceptions; authorizes municipalities to enact certain ordinances; defines terms; provides for codification; provides an effective date.

 

OK S 406

AUTHOR:

Anderson [R]

 

TITLE:

Revocation of Driving Privileges

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to revocation of driving privileges; relates to certain mandatory revocation of driving privilege; adds certain exception to a mandatory revocation; provides for certain appeal; limits certain modification for revocation to a certain class of motor vehicle; provides an effective date.

 

OK S 442

AUTHOR:

Sharp [R]

 

TITLE:

Texting and Driving

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to texting and driving; makes certain acts unlawful; provides penalties; provides exceptions; authorizes municipalities to enact certain ordinances; defines terms; provides for codification; provides an effective date.

 

OK S 652

AUTHOR:

Barrington [R]

 

TITLE:

Driver Licenses

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driver licenses; relates to definitions; relates to Driver License Examining Division; relates to certain class requirements.

 

OK S 994

AUTHOR:

Crain [R]

 

TITLE:

Cellular Telephone and Electronic Communication Devices

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to cellular telephone and electronic communication devices; relates to the graduated driver license program and certain examination for licensure; clarifies circumstances which allow for suspension or cancellation of permits or intermediate driver licenses; modifies definitions; modifies requirements.

 

OR D 180

AUTHOR:

Health Care Cmt

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

Filed as Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Expands offense of driving while under influence of intoxicants to include any drug that adversely affects persons physical or mental faculties to noticeable or perceptible degree.

 

OR D 189

AUTHOR:

Health Care Cmt

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Ignition Interlock

 

LOCATION:

Filed as Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes court to provide medical exemption to person otherwise required to install ignition interlock device as part of driving while under influence of intoxicants diversion agreement if person meets requirements established by Department of Transportation by rule.

 

OR D 257

AUTHOR:

Health Care Cmt

 

TITLE:

Suspension of Driving Privileges

 

LOCATION:

Filed as Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Extends suspension of driving privileges beyond end of suspension or revocation period if person fails to submit proof of installation or maintain installation of required ignition interlock device.

 

OR D 764

AUTHOR:

Senate Committee on Judiciary

 

TITLE:

Driving Under the Influence

 

LOCATION:

Filed as Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Modifies sentence that court is required to impose when certain persons are convicted of felony driving under the influence of intoxicants.

 

OR D 832

AUTHOR:

Health Care Cmt

 

TITLE:

Department of Transportation

 

LOCATION:

Filed as Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes court to issue notice to Department of Transportation if defendant is convicted of driving under influence of intoxicants and fails to comply with court‑ordered treatment.

 

OR H 2627

AUTHOR:

Hicks [R]

 

TITLE:

Vacate Judgment

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Permits court to vacate judgment after termination of driving while under influence of intoxicants diversion agreement under certain conditions; declares emergency, effective on passage.

 

OR S 9

AUTHOR:

Courtney [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Mobile Communication

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that violation of offense of operating motor vehicle while using mobile communication device is Class B traffic violation instead of Class D traffic violation; directs Department of Transportation to place signs on highways of this state notifying drivers that violation is subject to maximum fine of $1,000.

 

OR S 11

AUTHOR:

Courtney [D]

 

TITLE:

Mobile Communication Devices

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes State Treasurer to issue Article XI‑R bonds, in addition to and not in lieu of biennial budget authorization for bond issuance, to finance corpus of Oregon Student Opportunity Fund; establishes program to provide financial assistance to Oregon students pursuing post‑secondary education, including technical, professional and career training; establishes Oregon Student Opportunity Fund and continuously appropriates earnings on moneys in fund to ___ to support program; establishes Article XI‑R Bond

 

OR S 94

AUTHOR:

Monroe [D]

 

TITLE:

Sobriety Checkpoint

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes law enforcement agencies to establish sobriety checkpoints; takes effect only if Senate Joint Resolution 2 (2013) is approved by people at next regular general election; takes effect on effective date of constitutional amendment proposed in Senate Joint Resolution 2 (2013).

 

OR S 294

AUTHOR:

George L [R]

 

TITLE:

Taxicab Driver Mobile Communication Use

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Allows taxicab driver to use mobile communication device while driving.

 

PA H 109

PN:

100

 

AUTHOR:

Ross [R]

 

TITLE:

Driver Distraction Awareness Fund

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends Title 75 (Vehicles) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes; further provides for the offense of careless driving; establishes the Driver Distraction Awareness Fund; provides for additional duties of the Department of Transportation.

 

SC H 3014

AUTHOR:

Smith Ja [D]

 

TITLE:

Veterans Treatment Court Program Act

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Enacts the Veterans Treatment Court Program Act; requires the creation and administration of a veterans treatment court program in each judicial circuit by the Attorney General; provides for the appointment, powers, and duties of a veterans treatment court judge; provides for requirements for an offender to qualify for admission to a veterans treatment court program; provides the procedures to be followed if the veteran does not successfully complete the program.

 

SC H 3041

AUTHOR:

Rutherford [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle Driver's Implied Consent

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to a motor vehicle driver's implied consent to be tested to determine whether alcohol or drugs are present in his breath, blood, or urine; provides that a person who is arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs must be offered the choice of taking a breath or blood test to determine the presence of alcohol or drugs in his system.

 

SC H 3118

AUTHOR:

Gilliard [D]

 

TITLE:

Text Messaging Vehicle Operation

 

LOCATION:

House Education and Public Works Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that a person may not operate a motor vehicle in motion while text messaging or receiving text messages, or using any form of electronic reading device; provides for penalties; relates to the schedule of points assigned to various traffic violations; provides that text messaging while driving, second offense, is a two point violation and text messaging while driving, third or subsequent offense, is a four point violation.

 

SC H 3121

AUTHOR:

Bowen [R]

 

TITLE:

Electronic Communication Device Usage

 

LOCATION:

House Education and Public Works Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that it is unlawful for a person to use an electronic communication device while driving a motor vehicle under certain circumstances; provides a penalty; provides for the distribution of monies collected from fines associated with violations of these provisions; relates to the assessment of points against a person's driving record for certain motor vehicle violations; provides that points must be assessed against the driving record of a person convicted of improper use.

 

SC H 3185

AUTHOR:

Spires [R]

 

TITLE:

Department of Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that the Department of Motor Vehicles shall require a person who has been released on bond for multiple violations of provisions that make it unlawful to operate a vehicle while under the influence of an unlawful substance to have installed on any vehicle he drives an ignition interlock device.

 

SC H 3317

AUTHOR:

Hart [D]

 

TITLE:

Cellular Phone Driving Use

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that it is unlawful for a person to operate a motor vehicle while using a cellular telephone, pager, personal digital assistant device, or another wireless communications device that is not equipped with a hands‑free mechanism; provides a penalty for a violation of this provision.

 

SC S 137

AUTHOR:

Lourie [D]

 

TITLE:

Driver's License Suspension

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the suspension of a driver's license of a person under the age of twenty‑one for having an unlawful alcohol concentration; revises the penalties to include requiring an offender who operates a vehicle to have an ignition interlock device installed on the vehicle; relates to the suspension of a license, a license renewal or its return, and issuance of a license that restricts the driver to only operating a vehicle with an ignition interlock device installed.

 

SC S 186

AUTHOR:

Rankin [R]

 

TITLE:

Reckless Homicide

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to conduct resulting in reckless homicide; provides that a person is guilty of reckless homicide if driving while under the influence, driving while impaired, or the use of a cellular phone results in the death of a person; provides that a person's driver's license may be reinstated upon the condition that cellular phone usage was not involved in the vehicular accident.

 

SD S 44

AUTHOR:

Judiciary Cmt

 

TITLE:

Commercial Driver Licenses Texting Bans

 

LOCATION:

Senate State Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Allows disqualification of commercial driver licenses for violations of federal, state, or local texting bans while driving a commercial vehicle to comply with federal regulations and requirements.

 

SD S 106

AUTHOR:

Transportation Cmt

 

TITLE:

Minors Wireless Communication Device in Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits certain minors from using wireless communication devices while operating motor vehicles upon the public highways.

 

SD S 142

AUTHOR:

Vehle [R]

 

TITLE:

Handheld Electronic Wireless Devices

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits the use of certain handheld electronic wireless devices for electronic messaging while driving and to prohibit conflicting municipal regulations.

 

TN S 21

AUTHOR:

Kelsey [R]

 

TITLE:

Civil Procedure

 

LOCATION:

Held on Desk

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to Civil Procedure; provides immunity from damages in a civil action for a person or entity that transmits a written message to a driver that commits an offense by reading or responding to such message and causes another injury.

 

TX H 24

AUTHOR:

Martinez Fische [D]

 

TITLE:

DUI Commissioner Appointment

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the appointment and duties of and the funding for an executive commissioner for the prevention of driving while intoxicated.

 

TX H 27

AUTHOR:

Martinez Fische [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicle and Wireless Device Use

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the creation of an offense for certain prohibited uses of a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle.

 

TX H 41

AUTHOR:

Menendez [D]

 

TITLE:

Wireless Communication Use While Operating a Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the use of a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle; provides for penalties.

 

TX H 63

IDENTICAL:

TX S 28

 

AUTHOR:

Craddick [R]

 

TITLE:

Handheld Wireless Use While Operating a Motor Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the creation of an offense for use of a handheld wireless communication device for text‑based communication while operating a motor vehicle.

 

TX H 69

AUTHOR:

Lucio E [D]

 

TITLE:

Wireless Device Use While Operating a Motor Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the creation of an offense for certain uses of a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle.

 

TX H 108

AUTHOR:

Harless [R]

 

TITLE:

Handheld Wireless Use While Driving

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the creation of an offense for use of a handheld wireless communication device for text‑based communication while operating a motor vehicle.

 

TX H 260

AUTHOR:

Callegari [R]

 

TITLE:

Ignition Interlock Device Use

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to requiring the use of an ignition interlock device on conviction of certain intoxication offenses.

 

TX H 347

AUTHOR:

Pitts [R]

 

TITLE:

Using a Wireless Communication Device While Driving

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to prohibiting using a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle on school property.

 

TX S 28

IDENTICAL:

TX H 63

 

AUTHOR:

Zaffirini [D]

 

TITLE:

Handheld Wireless Use While Operating a Motor Vehicle

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the creation of an offense for use of a handheld wireless communication device for text‑based communication while operating a motor vehicle.

 

TX S 98

AUTHOR:

Patrick Da [R]

 

TITLE:

Punishment for Certain Intoxication Offenses

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the punishment for certain intoxication offenses; provides that a judge granting deferred adjudication to a defendant for an offense, shall require the defendant to have an ignition interlock device installed, regardless of whether the defendant would be required to have the device installed if the defendant was convicted.

 

UT H 37

AUTHOR:

Dunnigan [R]

 

TITLE:

Repeal of Reporting Requirements

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Modifies provisions of the Utah Code related to reports made to interim committees; relates to prescription opiate use, insurance reporting requirements, study of premium assets, information on alcohol abuse, title insurance complaint information, mortgage licensing and nationwide database reporting, consumer credit reporting requirements and occupational and environmental health reporting.

 

UT S 13

AUTHOR:

Thatcher [R]

 

TITLE:

Amendments to Ignition Interlock Program

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that the Driver License Division may only clear the suspension for an ignition interlock violation if the division electronically verifies that the person does not have a vehicle registered in the person's name in the state of Utah, rather than a vehicle registered in any state.

 

UT S 19

AUTHOR:

Van Tassell [R]

 

TITLE:

Commercial Driver License Amendments

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Modifies the Uniform Driver License Act by amending provisions relating to commercial driver licenses; provides that the Driver License Division may deny a person's class A, B, C, or D commercial driver license if the person fails to comply with the requirement to have a K restriction removed from the person's license; amends the definition of serious traffic violation for purposes of suspending a commercial driver license to include using a handheld wireless communication device.

 

VA H 1357

AUTHOR:

Rust [R]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

House Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to texting while driving; makes texting while driving a primary offense.

 

VA H 1360

AUTHOR:

Cline [R]

 

TITLE:

Reckless Driving

 

LOCATION:

House Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to reckless driving; relates to using a handheld communications device; relates to penalty; provides that driving while simultaneously using a handheld communications device for something other than verbal communication constitutes driving a motor vehicle that is not under proper control, punishable as reckless driving, a Class 1 misdemeanor.

 

VA H 1495

AUTHOR:

Dance [D]

 

TITLE:

Use of Handheld Personal Communications Devices

 

LOCATION:

House Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to use of handheld personal communications devices; relates to penalty; prohibits any use of a handheld personal communications device while operating a motor vehicle, bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, electric power‑assisted bicycle, or moped on the highways in the Commonwealth and makes such use a primary offense.

 

VA H 1517

AUTHOR:

Lewis [D]

 

TITLE:

Involuntary Intoxication

 

LOCATION:

Senate Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to notice of intent to use involuntary intoxication offense; provides that in any case in which a person charged with a felony intends to put in issue his involuntary intoxication at the time of the offense charged and to present testimony of an expert to support his claim on this issue at his trial, he or his counsel shall give notice in writing to the attorney for the Commonwealth, at least 60 days prior to his trial, of his intention to present such evidence; provides for the court to appoint a.

 

VA H 1540

AUTHOR:

Watts [D]

 

TITLE:

Cell Phones

 

LOCATION:

House Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to cell phones on school property and in reduced‑speed school crossing zones; prohibits use of handheld personal telecommunications devices by drivers of moving vehicles on school property or in reduced‑speed school crossing zones.

 

VA H 1848

AUTHOR:

Loupassi [R]

 

TITLE:

Reckless Driving

 

LOCATION:

House Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to reckless driving; relates to using a handheld communications device; relates to penalty; provides that driving while simultaneously using a handheld communications device for something other than verbal communication constitutes driving a motor vehicle that is not under proper control, punishable as reckless driving, a Class 1 misdemeanor; provides that under current law, the more specific offense of texting while driving (repealed by this bill) incurs a $20 fine and is a secondary offense, whi.

 

VA H 2033

AUTHOR:

Peace [R]

 

TITLE:

Provisional Drivers License

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to provisional driver's license; relates to restriction exceptions; provides that the restriction on operating a motor vehicle between midnight and 4:00 a.m. for a minor who holds a provisional driver's license does not apply if the minor is driving to or from an activity that is supervised by an adult and is sponsored by a school or by a civic, religious, or public organization.

 

VA H 2077

AUTHOR:

Cox J [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Carrier and Commercial Drivers Licensing

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor carrier and commercial driver's licensing; amends several motor carrier and commercial driver's licensing Laws; clarifies and strengthens fitness and operating authority requirements for intrastate motor carriers.

 

VA HJR 727

AUTHOR:

Kory [D]

 

TITLE:

Distracted Driving Awareness Month

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to distracted Driving Awareness Month; designates April, in 2013 and in each succeeding year, as Distracted Driving Awareness Month in Virginia.

 

VA S 875

AUTHOR:

Barker [D]

 

TITLE:

Provisional Drivers License Holders

 

LOCATION:

House General Laws Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to provisional driver's license holders; changes from a secondary offense to a primary offense use of a cell phone by a provisional driver's license holder.

 

VA S 981

AUTHOR:

Howell J [D]

 

TITLE:

School Zones

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to school zones; relates to use of certain devices by drivers prohibited; provides that any person who operates a moving motor vehicle within a school zone or school crossing zone while using any handheld personal communications device in any manner for any purpose is guilty of a traffic infraction punishable by a fine of no more than $250; provides that signs marking school zones shall contain a notice indicating that the use of handheld personal communications devices is prohibited.

 

VA S 1005

AUTHOR:

McWaters [R]

 

TITLE:

Handheld Personal Communications Device

 

LOCATION:

Senate Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to use of a handheld personal communications device while driving; makes using a handheld personal communication device while driving on a bridge or in a tunnel a primary offense; provides that all other offenses involving the use of a handheld personal communication device while driving remain secondary offenses; increases the penalty for causing an accident because of the use of a handheld personal communications device while driving on a bridge or in a tunnel.

 

VA S 1160

AUTHOR:

Barker [D]

 

TITLE:

Driving While Texting

 

LOCATION:

Senate Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to driving while texting; relates to primary offense; relates to increased penalties; provides that driving while texting is a traffic infraction punishable, for a first offense, by a fine of $250 and, for a second or subsequent offense, by a fine of $500; changes the offense from a secondary offense.

 

VA S 1165

AUTHOR:

Newman [R]

 

TITLE:

Provisional Drivers Licenses

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to provisional driver's licenses; provides that the holder of a provisional driver's license under age 18 is not authorized to operate a motor vehicle with more than one passenger who is less than 21 years old and not a member of the driver's family or household.

 

VA S 1219

AUTHOR:

Newman [R]

 

TITLE:

Motor Carrier and Commercial Drivers Licensing

 

LOCATION:

House Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor carrier and commercial driver's licensing; amends several motor carrier and commercial driver's licensing laws; clarifies and strengthens fitness and operating authority requirements for intrastate motor carriers.

 

VA S 1222

AUTHOR:

Norment [R]

 

TITLE:

Reckless Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to reckless driving; relates to using a handheld communications device; relates to penalty; provides that driving while simultaneously using a handheld communications device for something other than verbal communication constitutes driving a motor vehicle that is not under proper control, punishable as reckless driving, a Class 1 misdemeanor; under current law, the more specific offense of texting while driving (repealed by this bill) incurs a $20 fine and is a secondary offense.

 

VA S 1238

AUTHOR:

Barker [D]

 

TITLE:

Reckless Driving

 

LOCATION:

Senate Courts of Justice Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to reckless driving; relates to texting; relates to penalty; provides that texting while driving is punishable as reckless driving, a Class 1 misdemeanor; provides that currently, violations incur a $20 fine; provides that the bill also makes texting while driving a primary offense; provides that currently, law‑enforcement officers must have cause to stop or detain a driver for some other violation before issuing a citation for texting while driving.

 

VT H 17

AUTHOR:

Malcolm [D]

 

TITLE:

Texting While Driving

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to raising the penalties for texting while driving.

 

VT H 62

AUTHOR:

O'Brien [D]

 

TITLE:

Handheld Use of a Portable Electronic Devices

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to prohibiting the handheld use of a portable electronic device while driving.

 

VT S 33

AUTHOR:

Baruth [D]

 

TITLE:

Portable Electronic Devices

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to prohibiting handheld use of portable electronic devices.

 

WA S 5023

AUTHOR:

Padden [R]

 

TITLE:

College DUI Courts

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides for college DUI courts.

 

WA S 5053

AUTHOR:

Harper [D]

 

TITLE:

Vehicle Prowling Provisions

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Modifies vehicle prowling provisions.

 

WY S 93

AUTHOR:

Esquibel F [D]

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; modifies offense of operating a motor vehicle while using a handheld electronic wireless communication device for text based communications to include other communications; provides for an effective date.

 

WY S 116

AUTHOR:

Johnson [R]

 

TITLE:

Operation of Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to operation of motor vehicles; prohibits use of cell phones by persons operating school district buses; provides exceptions; provides penalties; provides a definition.