It was an extremely busy “lame duck” session this year. We saw everything from the historic passage of Sub. H.B. 305 in the House, to the surprise introduction of an amendment to eliminate the treasurer and business manager licenses, and everything in between. I have no doubt that our members strongly influenced the unprecedented support for the Fair School Funding Plan in the House, as well as the removal of the treasurer and business managers licenses from the list of proposed licenses for elimination under the amendment.
In addition to the removal of the treasurer and business managers licenses from the proposed amendment, your efforts helped to halt movement on the following bills:
- House Bill 38 - Reduced Property Valuations Due to Pandemic
- House Bill 75 - Property Value Contests
- House Bill 76 - Ballot Language Transparency
- Senate Bill 212 - Neighborhood Development Areas
For a summary of the bills that we were tracking during the lame duck, please visit the Advocacy Hub. Additional details on the bills that passed last General Assembly with be discussed at the upcoming Hot Topics seminar later this month, as well as during the Legislative Committee later this month.
Thank you for your advocacy efforts. Your contacts and testimony made a difference!