May 11, 2011: Bills Signed by Governor Deal

SB 57:           Overtaking a school bus, cameras

HB 314:         Jessie’s Law

HB 125:         Agriculture Education Advisory Commission

SB 80:           DNA evidence registry

SB 112:         Military Parents Rights Act

HB 373:         Designated felony acts

HB 274:         Solid waste management

SB 122:         Public/private partnerships, water

HB 95:           Amends ad valorem taxation of forest land conservation property

HB 168:         Internal revenue code bill

HB 240:         Co. sales and use tax

HB 346:         Income tax, changes definition of taxable nonresident

HB 234:         Sales and use tax exemption; aircraft engines

HB 457:         Remote automated medication system

SB 157:         Local waste management reporting

SB 166:         Continuing care providers

SB 17:           Special Advisory Commission on Mandated Health Insurance Benefits

HB 40:           Antifreeze

HB 60:           State Veterinary Education Board

HB 193:         Union County nonpartisan magistrate elections

HB 194:         Union County nonpartisan probate elections

HB 324:         Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities temporary and immediate care

HB 343:         Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities crisis stabilization units

HB 248:         Health Care Sharing Ministries Freedom to Share Act

HB 223:         Building codes exemptions

HB 227:         Administer epinephrine in schools

HB 269:         Driver’s licenses background checks

HB 396:         Incorporates City of Peachtree Corners

HB 421:         Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities incompetent to stand trial

HB 275:         Clarification of do not resuscitate orders

HB 500:         Unemployment extension

HB 290:         State purchasing

HB 292:         Employment security

HB 256:         9-1-1 system

SB 265:         City of Lilburn corporate limits

SB 30:           General provisions for municipal courts

HB 30:           Relating to contracts in partial restraint of trade

HB 414:         Georgia Aviation Authority

HB 53:           Detective and security businesses

SB 161:         Office of College and Career Transitions

HB 611:         Stone Mountain City Council members

HB 101:         Bicycle safety

SB 64:           Change corporation fees/penalties

HB 66:           Provide certificate of insurance forms approved by commissioner

HB 99:           Require fingerprints/licensure for nurses

HB 107:         Provide health coverage to spouse and dependents of deceased public employee

HB 112:         Motor carrier regulations

HB 123:         Clarify weapon removal from public official

HB 144:         Correct errors or omissions on retirement pensions

HB 147:         Include medical malpractice coverage status and Patient Right-to-Know Act

HB 162:         Sexual offender registry

HB 195:         City of Dunwoody redevelopment powers

HB 197:         Limit charges for emergency services provided to inmates

HB 203:         Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council

HB 218:         City of Emerson homestead exemption I

HB 219:         City of Emerson homestead exemption II

HB 220:         City of Emerson homestead exemption III

HB 221:         City of Emerson homestead exemption IV

HB 239:         Dissolution of financial institutions

HB 264:         Georgia Council for the Arts

HB 266:         Authorize constables to carry weapons

HB 285:         Criminal background checks for school employees

HB: 294         Paulding Co. Commissioners staggered terms of office

HB 302:          2012 elections and qualifying dates

HB 303:         Revise provisions for physician assistants

HB 323:         Change time of perfection of security interest for motor vehicles

HB 325:         Student scholarship organizations

HB 330:         City of Doraville redevelopment powers

HB 341:         Establish limited purpose subsidiary life insurance

HB 382:         Public accommodations; municipal and certain additional levies

HB 413:         Surplus line insurance

HB 466:         City of Hahira council member qualifications

HB 484:         Gordon Co. Public Facilities Authority

HB 485:         Feral hog trapping

HB 495:         City of Fayetteville redevelopment powers

HB 496:         City of Hiltonia charter

HB 498:         City of Adairsville charter

HB 509:         Consolidation of Georgia Board for Physician Workforce and State Medical Education Board

HB 510:         Douglasville excise tax

HB 511:         New Charter City of Greenville

HB 517:         City of Talking Rock elections and terms of office

HB 543:         Gwinnett Co. Solicitor General

HB 544:         Doraville part time mayor/full time city manager

HB 555:         City of Lawrenceville city manager

HB 557:         Monroe Co. charter amendment

HB 569:         Create Charlton Co. Board of Elections

HB 570:         Charlton Co. judiciary

HB 576:         Authorize Redevelopment Powers Law in City of Varnell

HB 577:         Whitfield Co. redevelopment powers

HB 581:         Forsyth Co. Civil Services System

HB 582:         Provide new charter for City of Parrott

HB 583:         City of Lavonia provide tax exemption

HB 584:         City of Hartwell change committee appointments

HB 585:         Change compensation for Rockdale County probate court

HB 588:         Change provisions of community improvement districts in Hall Co.

HB 590:         Change city limits of Woodstock

HB 592:         Repeal provisions of dissemination for professional services in Gwinnett Co.

HB 598:         Modify provisions of Jeff Davis Co. Board of Commissioners

HB 599:         Provide for nonpartisan elections for Cook Co. Probate

HB 600:         Change compensation for Candler Co. Solicitor

HB 607:         DeKalb police services on tax bill

HB 610:         Provide for nonpartisan elections for Emanuel Co. Probate

HB 612:         Create Cornelia water and sewage authority

HB 613:         City of Kingsland redevelopment powers

HB 618:         City of Holly Springs; change city limits

HB 619:         Dalton redevelopment powers

SB 94:           Runaway Youth Safety Act

SB 108:         Public Utilities universal service fund

SB 193:         Civil Practice; update administrative provisions