Idaho Representative Tina Lambert [R]

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IDH0599PassELECTIONS -- Adds to existing law to prohibit ballot harvesting, to provide certain exceptions, and to establish penalties for violations.
Reported Signed by Governor on April 8, 2024 Session Law Chapter 317 Effective: 04/08/2024
IMMIGRATION -- Adds to existing law to provide for crimes regarding illegal entry into this state, to provide for an order to return to a foreign nation, and to provide for civil immunity for and indemnification of local government and state official...
To Senate State Affairs Committee
IDS1262PassCOMMUNICATIONS SECURITY -- Amends existing law to provide for the use of telecommunication, email, text message, and other forms of electronic communication.
Session Law Chapter 253 Effective: 07/01/2024
IDH0460PassAPPROPRIATIONS -- PUBLIC SCHOOLS -- Relates to the appropriation to the Public Schools Educational Support Program for fiscal year 2025.
Reported Signed by Governor on March 27, 2024 Session Law Chapter 205 Effective: 07/01/2024
IDS1317PassLICENSE PLATES -- Amends existing law to allow for the establishment of specialty license plates for the benefit of the Idaho State Board of Education and to establish a Don't Tread on Me license plate to generate funds for an existing gun safety edu...
Session Law Chapter 187 Effective: 07/01/2024
IDH0498PassLIABILITY FOR PUBLISHERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF MATERIAL HARMFUL TO MINORS ON THE INTERNET -- Adds to existing law to establish provisions to protect minors from harmful material on the internet.
Reported Signed by Governor on March 20, 2024 Session Law Chapter 113 Effective: 07/01/2024
IDS1329PassPARENTAL RIGHTS -- Adds to existing law to provide for parental rights in medical decision-making.
Session Law Chapter 148 Effective: 07/01/2024
IMMIGRATION -- States findings of the Legislature and calls on Congress to impeach the President and to prioritize laws tightening border security and immigration.
U.C. to be returned to State Affairs Committee
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