|Ha ha ha! All your good ideas|
are but dung to me!
See week 12 for longer list of bills that died in committee after the first winnowing - all the rest of 'em died in the second winnowing. Maybe a select few might find a second life in a gut-n-stuff resurrection, but that seems highly unlikely.
Only three bills look remotely active and it's hard to muster much enthusiasm for them. Click through for hearing information if you find yourself with a sudden passion.
Paying for the Roads
|Gambled and Lost!|
- Studded tires. House Bill 2277 is the survivor! In committee, though, it was watered down from genuine action to a call for the proverbial "further study" on the "impact" of studded tire use. It may have died in committee.
- House Bill 2453 - "Requires persons operating certain high-mileage motor vehicles to pay per-mile road usage charge or flat annual road usage charge." It's possible this died in committee...anyone know for sure?
- HB 3047 would double the length of a motor vehicle license suspension from 10 to 20 years.
If you know of something of interest, or if through inattention and indifference I've missed something, please add it in the comments!