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.

 

CO S 54

SPONSOR:

Brophy [R]

 

TITLE:

Underage Person Alcohol Consumption With Parent Consent

 

LOCATION:

Senate State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:                       

 

 

Concerns the ability of an establishment licensed to sell alcohol beverages for on‑premises consumption to serve an alcohol beverage to an adult under twenty‑one years of age when the underage person's parent purchases the alcohol beverage for the underage person.

 

CT H 5300

INTRODUCER:

Ziobron [R]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Related Incident Notification

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns notice to the Department of Consumer Protection of alcohol‑related incidents involving individuals under the age of twenty‑one; enables the Department of Consumer Protection to determine whether a permit authorizing the sale of alcoholic liquor to the public should be suspended, revoked or refused following the serious injury or death of a person under the age of twenty‑one who was served alcohol by a permittee prior to said person's injury or death.

 

CT H 5519

INTRODUCER:

Perillo [R]

 

TITLE:

Penalties for Underage Drinking and Alcohol Purchasing

 

LOCATION:

Joint Committee on Judiciary

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases the penalties for underage drinking and the purchase of alcohol by a minor; increases the penalties for minors who possess, purchase or attempt to purchase alcohol and for persons who give alcohol to minors or facilitate the purchase of alcohol by minors.

 

FL H 5

AUTHOR:

Pilon [R]

 

TITLE:

Open Parties

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to open parties; applies restrictions formerly applicable to open house parties to all open parties and not solely those parties occurring in residence; prohibits person from allowing open party to take place; revises exemption.

 

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.

 

HI H 246

AUTHOR:

Mizuno [D]

 

TITLE:

Promoting Liquor to Minors

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Changes classification of the offense of promoting intoxicating liquor to a minor from misdemeanor to a petty misdemeanor. Requires a minimum 24‑hour imprisonment for the first offense. Authorizes longer imprisonment term for second, and third or subsequent offenses.

 

HI H 1060

AUTHOR:

Souki [D]

 

TITLE:

Misdemeanor Offense to Liquor Licensees

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the misdemeanor offense of promoting intoxicating liquor to a person under age 21 to apply to persons who recklessly, Rather than knowingly, commit the offense; applies the offense to liquor licensees who provide liquor to any minor or allow a minor to consume liquor.

 

HI S 442

AUTHOR:

Kim [D]

 

TITLE:

Intoxicating Liquor

 

LOCATION:

Senate Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

(County of Maui Bill Package) Makes it a misdemeanor for a licensee to recklessly sell, serve, or furnish any liquor to, or allow the consumption of any liquor by any minor.

 

IA HSB 12

AUTHOR:

Judiciary Cmt

 

TITLE:

Juvenile Court Jurisdiction

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the possession of alcohol by certain minors and juvenile court jurisdiction; makes penalties applicable; provides that a person who is 18, 19, or 20 years of age, other than a licensee or permittee under the alcoholic beverages laws, who purchases, attempts to purchase, or possesses alcohol commits a simple misdemeanor punishable by a scheduled fine of $200 for a first offense.

 

IL H 869

SPONSOR:

Madigan [D]

 

TITLE:

Drug or Alcohol Impaired Minor Responsibility Act

 

LOCATION:

House Rules Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends the Drug or Alcohol Impaired Minor Responsibility Act; makes a technical change in a Section concerning contributory negligence and contributory willful and wanton conduct.

 

IN H 1262

AUTHOR:

Davis [R]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Server Online and Self Study Training

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to alcohol server online and self‑study training; allows the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission to approve an alcohol server program established by a third party that provides both online and self‑study courses and establishes requirements for both courses; allows an individual to take an alcohol server self‑study course only if, under circumstances determined by the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, the individual is unable to take any other approved server training.

 

IN S 138

AUTHOR:

Alting [R]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Trainer Programs and Server Programs

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to alcohol trainer programs and server programs; allows the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission to establish an alcohol server trainer program; requires the commission to approve alcohol server trainer programs by third parties; establishes requirements for alcohol server trainer programs; requires the commission to post all of the approved alcohol server trainer programs and alcohol server programs on the commission's Internet web site.

 

IN S 188

AUTHOR:

Miller Pe [R]

 

TITLE:

Social Host Liability

 

LOCATION:

Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Concerns social host liability; requires a person at least 21 years of age who knows that a minor is in possession of an alcoholic beverage on the person's property to prohibit the minor from possessing the alcoholic beverage, confiscate the alcoholic beverage and immediately contact the minor's parent, guardian, or custodian.

 

IN S 300

AUTHOR:

Taylor [D]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Consumption By a Minor

 

LOCATION:

Senate Corrections & Criminal Law Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to alcohol consumption by a minor; makes it a Class B misdemeanor for a person at least 21 years of age to recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally allow a minor to consume an alcoholic beverage on property owned, leased, or controlled by the person; makes it a Class B misdemeanor for a person at least 21 years of age to rent a hotel or motel room knowing that the hotel or motel room will be used for the consumption of alcoholic beverages by a minor.

 

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.

 

KS S 16

AUTHOR:

Judiciary Cmt

 

TITLE:

Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to state racketeer influenced and corrupt organization act; relates to criminal street gangs.

 

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 1621

AUTHOR:

Smola [R]

 

TITLE:

Minors and Alcoholic Beverages

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits minors from handling alcoholic beverages.

 

MA HD 1663

AUTHOR:

Speliotis [D]

 

TITLE:

Minors Alcohol Consumption Provisions

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Allows police officers to take into protective custody minors who have consumed alcohol.

 

MA HD 2400

AUTHOR:

Murphy J [D]

 

TITLE:

Bar and Club Staff

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to third party training and background checks for violent history for security staff at bars and clubs.

 

MA SD 163

AUTHOR:

Timilty J [D]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Enforcement Equality

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to alcohol enforcement equality.

 

MA SD 287

AUTHOR:

Donoghue [D]

 

TITLE:

Overserving Alcohol

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases penalties for overserving alcohol.

 

MA SD 532

AUTHOR:

Ross [R]

 

TITLE:

Underage Drinking

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Deters underage drinking.

 

MA SD 1432

AUTHOR:

Tarr [R]

 

TITLE:

Furnishing or Procuring of Alcohol To a Minor By Adult

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Reduces the furnishing or procuring of alcohol to a minor by an adult.

 

MA SD 1626

AUTHOR:

Tarr [R]

 

TITLE:

Furnishing or Procuring of Alcohol To a Minor By Adult

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Reduces the furnishing or procuring of alcohol to a minor by an adult.

 

MA SD 1675

AUTHOR:

Lovely [D]

 

TITLE:

Police Officers To Take Into Protective Custody Minors

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Allows police officers to take into protective custody minors who have consumed alcohol.

 

MO H 108

SPONSOR:

Kelley [R]

 

TITLE:

False Identification

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Specifies that a person commits the crime of false identification if he or she falsely represents or identifies himself or herself as another person to a law enforcement officer.

 

MS H 88

AUTHOR:

Gipson [R]

 

TITLE:

Non Adjudication for Minors

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary B Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that non adjudication shall not be available to a minor with a blood alcohol concentration of eight one‑hundredths percent or more.

 

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.

 

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 H 1458

AUTHOR:

Damschen [R]

 

TITLE:

Delivery of Alcohol To an Underage Individual

 

LOCATION:

House Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates the delivery of alcohol to an underage individual; relates to the penalty for delivery of alcohol to an underage individual; provides a penalty.

 

NE L 444

AUTHOR:

Krist [NP]

 

TITLE:

Retail Liquor Licensees

 

LOCATION:

General Affairs Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires certification and presence of authorized personnel by retail liquor licensees.

 

NJ A 200

SPONSOR:

DeAngelo [D]

 

TITLE:

Graduated Driver's License Law

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Removes decal requirement from graduated driver's license law; establishes new system for law enforcement to identify novice drivers.

 

NJ A 260

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 708

 

SPONSOR:

Schroeder [R]

 

TITLE:

Kyleighs Law

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends Kyleigh's Law to remove requirement that holder of a special learner's permit, examination permit, and probationary driver's license display decal.

 

NJ A 261

SPONSOR:

Schroeder [R]

 

TITLE:

Kyleighs Law

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Repeals Kyleigh's Law decal requirement; requires MVC to provide parents of graduated driver license applicants detailed information about program's conditions and restrictions; imposes penalties on parents when licensees fail to comply.

 

NJ A 313

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 156

 

SPONSOR:

Dancer [R]

 

TITLE:

Underage Driving

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Increases penalties for underage drivers who have consumed alcohol.

 

NJ A 453

SPONSOR:

Angelini [R]

 

TITLE:

Alcoholic Beverage Consumption on Private Property

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages on private property by persons under 21 years of age.

 

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 498

SPONSOR:

Albano [D]

 

TITLE:

Agricultural Driver's Licenses Driving Privileges

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Reestablishes historic driving privileges afforded holders of agricultural driver's licenses in operating farm equipment and vehicles.

 

NJ A 1571

IDENTICAL:

NJ S 674

 

SPONSOR:

Wisniewski [D]

 

TITLE:

Learner's Permit Education Requirements

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Expands education requirements for special learner's and examination permits.

 

NJ A 1615

SPONSOR:

Bramnick [R]

 

TITLE:

Driver Safety Course

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires graduated driver licensees who plead guilty to non‑point violations to complete driver safety course.

 

NJ A 1916

SPONSOR:

Rumana [R]

 

TITLE:

Requirement of Special Learner's Permit

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Removes requirement that holder of a special learner's permit, examination permit, and probationary driver's license display decal; requires certain novice drivers submit motor vehicle information to chief administrator.

 

NJ A 2053

SPONSOR:

DeAngelo [D]

 

TITLE:

Probationary Licence Holder Sibling Transport

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides that probationary license holder may transport siblings in addition to dependents and one additional passenger.

 

NJ A 2104

SPONSOR:

Amodeo [R]

 

TITLE:

Practice Driving Requirements and Learners Permit

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Establishes practice driving requirements for examination and special learner's permit holders.

 

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 674

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 1571

 

SPONSOR:

Stack [D]

 

TITLE:

Special Learners and Examination Permit Requirements

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Expands education requirements for special learner's and examination permits.

 

NJ S 1578

SPONSOR:

Beck [R]

 

TITLE:

Kyleigh's Law Amendment

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Amends Kyleigh's Law to suspend requirement that graduated driver licensees display decal until certain technology developed.

 

NJ S 1688

SPONSOR:

Turner [D]

 

TITLE:

Underage Drinking on Private Property

 

LOCATION:

Senate Law and Public Safety Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Prohibits possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages on private property by persons under legal drinking age.

 

NJ S 1791

IDENTICAL:

NJ A 2109

 

SPONSOR:

Greenstein [D]

 

TITLE:

High School Driver Education Course, Curriculum

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires high school driver education course, certain new driver brochures, and driver's license written exam to include aggressive driving information.

 

NY A 654

SPONSOR:

Dinowitz [D]

 

TITLE:

Commissioner of Education

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Higher Education Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Authorizes the commissioner of education to restrict the sale and advertisement of alcoholic beverages at certain sporting events.

 

NY A 685

SAME AS:

NY S 1612

 

SPONSOR:

Galef [D]

 

TITLE:

Display of Sign Indicating New Driver

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires a holder of a class DJ or MJ learners permit, while operating a vehicle, to display a sign indicating that such vehicle is being driven by a new driver.

 

NY A 803

SAME AS:

NY S 2001

 

SPONSOR:

Weprin D [D]

 

TITLE:

Non‑Commercial Private Passenger Car Insurance

 

LOCATION:

Assembly Insurance Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Permits non‑commercial private passenger car insurance to provide for an actuarially appropriate reduction in premium for cars with automotive monitoring devices.

 

NY S 1178

SPONSOR:

Martins [R]

 

TITLE:

Steven Kovacs Law

 

LOCATION:

Senate Judiciary Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Enacts the "Steven Kovacs Law" to impose an affirmative duty upon a host to render assistance to a guest on private premises in the event of a medical emergency.

 

NY S 1434

SPONSOR:

Ranzenhofer [R]

 

TITLE:

Suspension of License Penalties

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides for suspension of license penalties for licensed drivers under the age of eighteen for violations of certain restrictions.

 

OR D 2660

AUTHOR:

Human Services Cmt

 

TITLE:

State Lottery and Alcohol Servers

 

LOCATION:

Filed as Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Requires alcohol server education courses to include curriculum related to recognizing characteristics indicative of addiction to, or other emotional or behavioral issues related to, playing games of state lottery.

 

SC S 79

AUTHOR:

Cromer [R]

 

TITLE:

Special Restricted Driver's Licenses

 

LOCATION:

Senate Transportation Committee

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to the issuance of special restricted driver's licenses to certain minors; provides that the restrictions placed on a holder of this license may be waived or modified to allow the license holder to travel between his home and a church‑related or sponsored activity.

 

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.

 

TX H 232

AUTHOR:

Guillen [D]

 

TITLE:

Alcohol Offenses

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to allowing certain minors convicted of certain alcohol offenses to perform community service instead of attending an alcohol awareness program.

 

TX H 310

AUTHOR:

Guillen [D]

 

TITLE:

Alcoholic Beverage Code Offenses

 

LOCATION:

HOUSE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to entry of a guilty plea by a minor for certain offenses under the Alcoholic Beverage Code.

 

TX S 65

AUTHOR:

Nelson [R]

 

TITLE:

Public Schools With Successful Student Health Programs

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to a program to recognize public schools with successful student health and fitness programs.

 

TX S 134

AUTHOR:

Nelson [R]

 

TITLE:

Health and Physical Education Credits

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to health and physical education credits required for high school graduation.

 

WA S 5023

AUTHOR:

Padden [R]

 

TITLE:

College DUI Courts

 

LOCATION:

SENATE

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Provides for college DUI courts.

 

WY D 52

AUTHOR:

Joint Interim Travel, Rec, Wildlife

 

TITLE:

Motor Vehicles

 

LOCATION:

Filed as Draft

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

Relates to motor vehicles; modifies the conditions under which a restricted driver's license may be used; provides that although a restricted driver's license holder who is 15 years old and is accompanied by a licensed 18 year old may drive beyond certain hours and a specified radius limitations, they still may not transport more than one person under 18 who is not an immediate family member.