Administrative Law/Licensing

SCS/SB 69 – Grants the authority to administrative hearing officers from the Department of Social Services to set aside or correct administrative child support decisions or orders and proposed administrative modifications of a judicial order. (See Family & Juvenile Law; also included in CCS/SS/SCS/HCS/HBs 374 and 434, see Judicial Administration). (Signed 7/1/13)  

SCS/SB 191 – Adds electronic form to the list of mediums of publication that the Public Service Commission may use when publishing certain papers, studies, reports, and commission decisions, findings, and orders. (Signed 5/16/13)

SS/SB 267 – Creates the Civil Liberties Defense Act. (See Judicial Administration)

SS/SCS/HCS/HB 28 – Modifies administrative provisions relating to the environment. (See Environmental & Energy Law)

SS/HCS/HB 315 – Modifies various provisions relating to health care licensees. (See Health & Hospital Law)

SS/HB 331 – Modifies provisions relating to telecommunications and the Public Service Commission. (See Utilities Law)

HB 432 – Currently, the Public Service Commission does not have the authority to intervene in certain legal proceedings allowable by federal administrative rules. This act would allow the Public Service Commission to intervene in certain legal proceedings after August 28, 2013. (Signed 7/3/13)

SCS/HCS/HB 611 – Modifies the law relating to unemployment compensation. (See Labor & Employment Law)

CCS#2/SCS/HCS/HB 1035 – Currently, taxpayers may appeal the decision of a board of equalization to the State Tax Commission. This act requires the State Tax Commission to assign a hearing officer within 60 days of the appeal being filed. (See also Local Government Law) (Vetoed 7/12/13)