Deal signs health, public safety bills

May 11, 2011

Gov. Nathan Deal signed 44 bills this afternoon in his Capitol office. The bills addressed issues ranging from health care practices to public safety to education. They are listed below:

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 County 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 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

To read bills in full, click here.