Representative Carol McGuire apologizes for neglecting her newsletter due to some personal issues this spring. Instead, she has prepared a summary of the 2017 session. She expects to write it in three parts: the bills she sponsored, the work of her standing committee, and a review of the house sessions since the previous post. See the link for a review of Rep. McGuire’s bills for 2017.
The House met for the last time on its regular business.
Submitted by Representative Carol McGuire I’ve had three meetings so far this month on bills held for study. Since none had a quorum (it’s tough to get back to work after more than a month off) all three will meet again later in the fall. The committee on my HB1603, licensing of EMTIntermediate, heard a […]
Submitted by Representative Carol McGuire No legislative action these two weeks, so I’m reporting on the bills I submitted this year. HB608, allowing farmers to sell home grown and slaughtered poultry and rabbits to restaurants, not just consumers, has passed the House and Senate and is on its way to the governor. This is important […]