Today in the Senate, 23 bills were introduced and several bills were advanced to third reading. Senate Bill 30
would provide for alternative means for the initial purchaser of junked vehicles to notify the division in compliance with the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System. In addition to Senate Bill 30, Senate Bills 96 and 118 were also advanced to third reading. If passed through the Legislature, Senate Bill 96
will redefine the basis for disqualification of prospective jurors. Senate Bill 118
would allow for termination of residential leases upon a tenants death.
Senate Bill 129, which relates to descriptions of easements and rights-of-way, will lay over on 2nd reading for further consideration.
The following committee meetings will be held on Monday:
Agriculture- 2 p.m.- 451 MB
Pensions and Retirement- 2 p.m.- 208 W
The Senate is adjourned until 1 P.M. on Monday.