HB 376 – No-call List.
Expands the No-call List to include cell phone numbers, prohibits
sending unsolicited faxes or text messages, and prohibits using
automatic dialing announcing devices in certain situations.
HB 378 – Sunshine Law.
Revises the definition of “public governmental body” as it relates to
the Open Meetings and Records Law, commonly known as the Sunshine Law,
to include certain public officials and state employees.
HB 501 – No-call List.
Allows wireless telephone users to be added to the No-call List and
revises the definition of “telephone solicitation” to include voice,
facsimile, graphic imaging, or data communication.
HB 585 – Speech at public hearings. (See Local Government / State Government / Election Law)
HB 831 – Do-not-mail List. Creates a state do-not-mail list for consumers who do not wish to receive solicitations from direct mail marketers.
HB 883 – Crime scene photos.
Regulates disclosure and release of certain crime scene photographs and
video recordings and makes them closed records for the purposes of
SB 120 – Regulation of billboards.
Modifies various provisions relating to billboards, including allowing
local billboard restrictions to be more strict than state regulations;
creates a moratorium for the issuance of billboard permits during
SB 199 – No-call List. Modifies the state do-not-call list by allowing cell phone numbers on the list and banning certain automated calls.
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