Idaho Bills

from 65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020)

Bill Title Introduced Latest Action↓
H 1 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
ELECTIONS — Amends existing law to provide that every elector must be provided the opportunity to vote in person, notwithstanding a state of emergency.
Aug 24 2020 Reported Signed By Governor On September 1, 2020 Session Law Chapter 3 Effective: 09/01/2020
Aug 26 2020
SR 101 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
SENATE RESOLUTION – Stating findings of the Senate and making certain resolutions regarding the state of emergency in Idaho.
Aug 26 2020 Rules Suspended (2/3 Vote - Read In Full As Required) – Read In Full – Adopted – Voice Votefloor Sponsor – Hilltitle Apvd – Filed In Office Of Secretary Of Senate
Aug 26 2020
H 6 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
CORONAVIRUS LIMITED IMMUNITY ACT – Adds to existing law to provide limited immunity resulting from coronavirus.
Aug 25 2020 Reported Signed By Governor On August 27, 2020 Session Law Chapter 2 Effective: 08/27/2020; 07/01/2021 Sunset Clause - Section 1
Aug 26 2020
S 1001 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
ELECTIONS – Amends existing law to revise provisions regarding the issuance of absentee ballots and the counting of absentee ballots.
Aug 24 2020 Signed By Governor On 08/27/20 Session Law Chapter 1 Effective: 08/27/2020
Aug 26 2020
HCR 1 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
STATE OF EMERGENCY – Stating findings of the Legislature and declaring the state of emergency in Idaho to be terminated.
Aug 24 2020 U.C. To Lay On The Table
Aug 26 2020
S 1002 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
ELECTIONS – Adds to existing law to authorize the establishment of vote centers.
Aug 24 2020 Read First Time, Referred To State Affairs
Aug 25 2020
HR 1 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
ELECTIONS – Stating findings of the House of Representatives and urging the Governor to provide CARES Act funding toward the recruitment, training, and compensation for new poll workers.
Aug 24 2020 Rules Suspended: Ayes 67 Nays 0 Abs/Excd 3, Read In Full As Required – Adopted - 68-1-1ayes – Abernathy, Addis, Amador, Anderson, Anderst, Andrus, Armstrong, Barbieri, Blanksma, Boyle, Chaney, Chew, Christensen, Clow, Collins, Crane, Davis, Demordaunt, Dixon, Ehardt, Ellis(Just), Furniss, Gannon, Gestrin, Gibbs, Giddings, Goesling, Green, Harris, Hartgen, Holtzclaw, Horman, Kauffman, Kerby, Kingsley, Kiska, Lickley, Marshall, Mason(Nash), Mccrostie, Mendive, Monks, Moon, Moyle, Necochea, Nichols, Palmer, Raybould, Raymond, Remington, Ricks, Rubel, Scott, Shepherd, Smith, Syme, Toone, Troy, Vander Woude, Wagoner, Wintrow, Wisniewski, Young, Youngblood(Parrott), Zito, Zollinger, Von Ehlinger, Mr. Speakernays – Woodabsent – Berchfloor Sponsor - Monkstitle Apvd - Filed In Office Of The Chief Clerk
Aug 25 2020
H 3 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
ACTIONS FOR NEGLIGENCE – Adds to existing law to provide certain liability protections for educational institutions relating to COVID-19.
Aug 24 2020 Reported Printed And Referred To Judiciary, Rules & Administration
Aug 24 2020
H 4 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
CIVIL LIABILITY – Adds to existing law to provide immunity from civil liability for actions taken in good faith to address or ameliorate a coronavirus-related disaster or emergency.
Aug 24 2020 Reported Printed And Referred To Judiciary, Rules & Administration
Aug 24 2020
H 5 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
CIVIL LIABILITY – Adds to existing law to provide immunity from civil liability for actions taken in good faith to address or ameliorate a coronavirus-related disaster or emergency.
Aug 24 2020 Reported Printed And Referred To Judiciary, Rules & Administration
Aug 24 2020
H 2 (65th Legislature, First Extraordinary Session (2020))
COVID-19 LIMITED IMMUNITY ACT – Adds to existing law to provide limited immunity resulting from COVID-19.
Aug 24 2020 Reported Printed And Referred To Judiciary, Rules & Administration
Aug 24 2020

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