Legislative Update Week of 2-25-19

2019-03-04T01:20:19+00:00March 4th, 2019|

Update/Memo

Last week saw further movement on a number of bills that we are tracking for Tennessee REALTORS®.

A bill that requires the commissioner of environment and conservation to issue a permit for the installation of a subsurface sewage disposal system to any person unable to connect to the public sewer system from a moratorium and requires the permit holder to discontinue service to the subsurface sewage disposal system and connect to the public sewer system within 90 days of the moratorium being lifted (SB178/HB165) passed the Senate Energy, Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee with an amendment which removes the requirement that permit holder connect to public sewer systems after 90 days and requires disclosure of installed subsurface sewage disposal systems under these permits to purchasers. It is set for a hearing in the House Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee for March 5.

A bill that adds committing or intending to commit a felony, theft, or assault in a construction that is not open to the public into the definition of burglary (SB83/HB125) was referred to the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee, but failed in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

A bill that makes the urban brownfield redevelopment project statute applicable to “mid-size and small counties” rather than “large and mid-size counties” (SB355/HB327) was amended in the Senate to delete all operate language and replace it with operate language that authorizes local governments, airport authorities, and utility districts to regulate the use of tobacco and vapor products in buildings and on property leased by the entity. It was deferred by the Senate State & Local Government Committee until March 5, and is still awaiting a hearing in the House Property & Planning Subcommittee.

A bill that limits recovery of a real property owner who prevails in an action challenging the validity of a lien to only liens filed against certain residential units (SB1172/HB757) was passed through the House Business Committee with an amendment that rewrites the bill and eliminates what a real property owner who prevails in an action challenging the validity of a lien, including in a slander of title proceeding recovers. It is yet to receive a hearing date in the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee and has been scheduled for a floor vote on March 7.

A bill that adds a private process server to the list of individuals authorized to personally serve a copy of a warrant or summons on behalf of a landlord in an action for forcible entry and detainer to regain possession of such landlord’s real property (SB401/HB33) is set to go before the House Finance, ways, and Means Committee on March 6. It is yet to be scheduled to be head in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

A bill which expands definition of agricultural land for purposes of greenbelt property tax program to include two noncontiguous tracts of land within same county totaling at least 15 acres and split only by public or private road (SB886/HB809) was amended to allow for two non-contiguous tracks of land within the same county, totaling at least 15 acres, including woodlands and wasteland separated only by a road, body of water, or public or private easement, to form as one farming unit to qualify as agriculture land. It has been referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee and is set for a hearing in the House Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee on March 6.

A bill which allows the reinstatement of a professional or occupational license if there is submission of an application acceptable to the licensing entity, payment of the full renewal fee for an active license, and payment of any reinstatement penalty that may be required by the licensing entity (SB999/HB1218) failed in the House Business Subcommittee this week, and is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee on March 5.

A bill that removes incrementally over a three-year period the requirement that 52 percent of the five percent commission retained by county registers for collecting and reporting recordation tax must be remitted to state treasurer and credited to state general fund (SB249/HB229) was referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee and is set for House Local Committee on March 6.

Weekly Bill Tracker:  (View/Download/Print PDF)

Calendar Report
Week of March 4, 2019

Mon 3/4/19 2:00pm – House Hearing Rm I, House Government Operations Committee

HEADER: The committee will have a hearing with Dept of Human Services on Disability Claims, and another hearing with the Dept of Revenue on Response Time with Constituents.   MEMBERS: CHAIR M. Daniel (R); VICE CHAIR I. Rudder (R); R. Williams (R); M. Stewart (D); C. Sexton (R); J. Reedy (R); J. Ragan (R); W. Lamberth (R); J. Lafferty (R); D. Howell (R); G. Hardaway (D); C. Halford (R); B. Dunn (R); K. Camper (D); K. Calfee (R)

2. HB1467 Daniel M. GOVERNMENT REGULATION: UAPA – effects administrative rules and regulations have on small businesses. Requires an agency to submit an estimate to the members of the government operations committees of the senate and the house of representatives prior to filing a rule or regulation with the secretary of state. Orders the estimate to include implementation costs incurred by all small businesses over three years, number of small businesses affected by the regulation, reasoning upon which the estimate is based and all information used in determining the estimate. Prohibits the agency from promulgating a regulation that will cost equal to or greater than $3,000,000, unless there is authorizing legislation or a germane modification to reduce costs below the $3,000,000 threshold. Does not apply to institutions of higher education, emergency rules, or regulations required by federal mandate. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 16, 2019) Other Fiscal Impact Due to the uncertain complexity of the additional responsibilities and the extent to which certain agencies will be impacted, there may be additional state expenditures incurred in order to comply. Future interpretation or expansion of what is requested of agencies may result in the need to contract for services.
SB1329 – B. Watson – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee.

Mon 3/4/19 5:00pm – Senate Chamber, Senate Floor

3. SB178 Gardenhire T. ENVIRONMENT & NATURE: Persons unable to connect to the public sewer system due to moratorium. Requires the commissioner of environment and conservation to issue a permit for the installation of a subsurface sewage disposal system to any person unable to connect to the public sewer system from a moratorium. Requires the permit holder to discontinue service to the subsurface sewage disposal system and connect to the public sewer system within 90 days of the moratorium being lifted. Amendment Summary: Senate Energy, Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee amendment 1 (004863) removes requirement that permit holder connect to public sewer systems after 90 days. Requires disclosure of installed subsurface sewage disposal systems under these permits to purchasers. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 11, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
HB165 – P. Hazlewood – 02/28/19 – Set for House Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee 03/05/19.

Tue 3/5/19 12:00pm – House Hearing Rm II, House Agriculture & Natural Resources Subcommittee

MEMBERS: CHAIR J. Reedy (R); J. Chism (D); J. Clemmons (D); C. Halford (R); A. Holt (R); B. Hulsey (R); C. Todd (R)

3. HB165 Hazlewood P. ENVIRONMENT & NATURE: Persons unable to connect to the public sewer system due to moratorium. Requires the commissioner of environment and conservation to issue a permit for the installation of a subsurface sewage disposal system to any person unable to connect to the public sewer system from a moratorium. Requires the permit holder to discontinue service to the subsurface sewage disposal system and connect to the public sewer system within 90 days of the moratorium being lifted. Amendment Summary: Senate Energy, Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee amendment 1 (004863) removes requirement that permit holder connect to public sewer systems after 90 days. Requires disclosure of installed subsurface sewage disposal systems under these permits to purchasers. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 11, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB178 – T. Gardenhire – 03/01/19 – Set for Senate Floor 03/04/19.

Tue 3/5/19 12:00pm – House Hearing Rm I, House Insurance Committee

MEMBERS: CHAIR R. Travis (R); VICE CHAIR M. Hall (R); J. Zachary (R); D. Thompson  (D); B. Terry (R); R. Smith (R); M. Sparks (R); C. Sexton (R); T. Rudd (R); D. Powers (R); L. Miller (D); J. Lafferty (R); D. Jernigan (D); J. Hodges (D); T. Hill (R); M. Hill (R); J. Garrett (R); R. Gant (R); S. Cepicky (R)

1. HB1126 Tillis R. INSURANCE GENERAL: Unfair trade practices in the business of insurance. Specifies the law surrounding rebates does not prohibit the payment of a fee to a trade or professional association exempt from income tax. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 20, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB1227 – F. Niceley – 02/28/19 – Set for Senate Commerce & Labor Committee 03/05/19.

Tue 3/5/19 1:00pm – Senate Hearing Rm I, Senate Commerce & Labor Committee

MEMBERS: CHAIR P. Bailey (R); VICE CHAIR A. Swann (R); 2ND VICE CHAIR J. Lundberg (R); R. Akbari (D); D. Gresham (R); J. Johnson (R); F. Niceley (R); S. Southerland (R); B. Watson (R)

9. SB466 Roberts K. LABOR LAW: Defining an employee and an employee-employer relationship. Requires the consideration of the 20-factor test IRS Revenue Ruling 87-41 to determine whether a worker is an independent contractor and whether an employer-employee relationship exists in the arrangement. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 21, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
HB539 – D. Howell – 02/11/19 – Referred to House Employee Affairs Subcommittee.
17. SB937 Yarbro J. PROFESSIONS & LICENSURE: Issuance of temporary occupational licenses to spouses of members of the armed forces. Directs the department of health and the department of commerce and insurance to promulgate rules for the issuance of temporary occupational licenses to spouses of members of the armed forces of the United States who have been transferred by the military to Tennessee. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 22, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
HB1219 – J. Potts – 02/26/19 – Taken off notice in House Business Subcommittee.
19. SB999 Yarbro J. PROFESSIONS & LICENSURE: Reinstatement of professional and occupational licenses under certain circumstances. Allows the reinstatement of a professional or occupational license if there is submission of an application acceptable to the licensing entity, payment of the full renewal fee for an active license, and payment of any reinstatement penalty that may be required by the licensing entity. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 22, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
HB1218 – J. Potts – 02/26/19 – Failed in House Business Subcommittee due to lack of second.
21. SB1037 Gardenhire T. PUBLIC FINANCE: Limit or expenses incurred by the department of economic and community development to administer the broadband accessibility grant program. Reduces the limit at which the expenses incurred by the department of economic and community development to administer the broadband accessibility grant program must not exceed from the total amount appropriated to the program in any fiscal year from five to four percent. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 27, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
HB580 – C. Todd – 02/07/19 – Caption bill held on House clerk’s desk.
23. SB1227 Niceley F. INSURANCE GENERAL: Unfair trade practices in the business of insurance. Specifies the law surrounding rebates does not prohibit the payment of a fee to a trade or professional association exempt from income tax. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 20, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
HB1126 – R. Tillis – 02/28/19 – Set for House Insurance Committee 03/05/19.

Tue 3/5/19 1:30pm – House Hearing Rm III, House Commerce Committee

HEADER: The committee will hear budget hearings from the Commissioner of Commerce and Insurance, as well as the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development.   MEMBERS: CHAIR T. Hill (R); VICE CHAIR C. Doggett (R); D. Wright (R); R. Staples (D); D. Powers (R); J. Powell (D); J. Moon (R); P. Marsh (R); C. Johnson (R); C. Hurt (R); J. Holsclaw, Jr. (R); P. Hazlewood (R); K. Haston (R); Y. Hakeem (D); J. Chism (D); K. Camper (D); K. Calfee (R); C. Boyd (R)

2. HB353 Daniel M. EDUCATION: School credits relative to occupational training. Establishes a person who receives certified comprehensive career and technical training in high school and post high school are eligible to receive equivalent credit towards the occupational license related to training. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 24, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB571 – J. Bowling – 02/07/19 – Referred to Senate Commerce & Labor Committee.
3. HB1064 Vaughan K. PROFESSIONS & LICENSURE: Contractor continuing education. Requires contractors licensed on or after January 1, 2009, to complete a minimum of eight hours of continuing education biennially by a board-approved provider and proof of compliance must be filed. Specifies that current membership in a professional trade association approved by the board qualifies as four hours. Amendment Summary: House Business Subcommittee amendment 1 (004512) changes continuing education licensing requirements to apply only to residential construction contractors. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 23, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB1336 – S. Southerland – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate Commerce & Labor Committee.

Tue 3/5/19 3:00pm – House Hearing Rm III, House Business Subcommittee

MEMBERS: CHAIR C. Johnson (R); J. Chism (D); C. Doggett (R); T. Hill (R); C. Hurt (R); D. Wright (R)

1. HB304 Johnson C. PROFESSIONS & LICENSURE: Exempts armed forces members and their spouses from licensure requirements. Exempts armed forces members stationed within this state and their spouses from licensure requirements to practice professions and occupations regulated by the department of commerce and insurance and the department of health, subject to meeting certain requirements to practice. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 28, 2019) Decrease State Revenue Exceeds $1,000/Health Regulatory Boards Exceeds $1,000/Commerce Regulatory Boards
SB384 – J. Lundberg – 02/06/19 – Referred to Senate Commerce & Labor Committee.

Tue 3/5/19 3:00pm – House Hearing Rm IV, House Employee Affairs Subcommittee

MEMBERS: CHAIR J. Holsclaw, Jr. (R); C. Boyd (R); R. Bricken (R); J. Coley (R); B. Freeman (D); D. Thompson  (D)

2. HB56 Potts J. LABOR LAW: Compensation history of applicants for employment. Prohibits employers from screening applicants based on their compensation history by requiring the applicant s compensation history to satisfy minimum or maximum criteria or seeking the compensation history of the applicant orally, in writing, or through an employee or agent. Allows employer to consider the compensation of a current employee during a move of job with the same employer. Specifies that a violation is a Class B misdemeanor punishable by a fine only of a minimum of $100 up to a maximum of $500.
SB1006 – B. Gilmore – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate Commerce & Labor Committee.

Wed 3/6/19 8:30am – Senate Hearing Rm I, Senate Finance Revenue Subcommittee

MEMBERS: CHAIR J. Hensley (R); VICE CHAIR T. Gardenhire (R); B. Gilmore (D); F. Haile (R); K. Yager (R)

2. SB491 Bowling J. TAXES BUSINESS: Phases out professional privilege tax. Reduces the professional privilege tax each year beginning with the tax year that begins on and after June 1, 2019. Eliminates the professional privilege tax completely for the tax year ending on or after May 31, 2024. Fiscal Note: (Dated January 15, 2019) Decrease State Revenue Net Impact $18,700,500/FY18-19 $37,401,000/FY19-20 $56,101,500/FY20-21 $74,802,000/FY21-22 $93,502,501/FY22-23 and Subsequent Years Decrease State Expenditures $194,900/FY18-19 $389,800/FY19-20 $584,600/FY20-21 $779,500/FY21-22 $974,400/FY22-23 and Subsequent Years Increase Local Revenue $92,800/FY18-19 $185,700/FY19-20 $278,500/FY20-21 $371,300/FY21-22 $464,200/FY22-23 and Subsequent Years
HB39 – J. VanHuss – 01/22/19 – Referred to House Finance, Ways & Means Subcommittee.
3. SB492 Bowling J. TAXES BUSINESS: Eliminates professional privilege tax. Eliminates the professional privilege tax for the tax year ending on May 31, 2020, and for any subsequent tax years. Fiscal Note: (Dated January 14, 2019) Decrease State Revenue Net Impact $93,502,500/FY18-19 and Subsequent Years Decrease State Expenditures $974,400/FY18-19 and Subsequent Years Increase Local Revenue $464,200/FY18-19 and Subsequent Years
HB40 – J. VanHuss – 01/22/19 – Referred to House Finance, Ways & Means Subcommittee.
10. SB1044 Yarbro J. TAXES PROPERTY: Recordation tax on transfers to related entities. Exempts the transfer of real estate from real estate transfer tax when the transferor is a member, stock holder, or partner, the transferee is a limited liability company, corporation, or partnership, and the real estate so conveyed serves as a capital contribution to the business entity. Broadly captioned. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 26, 2019) Decrease State Revenue – $4,013,300 Decrease Local Revenue – $98,700
HB1397 – S. Kumar – 02/13/19 – Referred to House Finance, Ways & Means Subcommittee.

Wed 3/6/19 9:00am – House Hearing Rm IV, House Elections & Campaign Finance Subcommittee

MEMBERS: CHAIR T. Rudd (R); M. Carter (R); J. Crawford (R); Y. Hakeem (D); R. Tillis (R)

8. HB1221 Potts J. CAMPAIGNS & LOBBYING: Voter registration form provided by landlord and residential home sellers. Requires a residential landlord or a residential home sellet to provide a lessee or buyer with the location and contact information for the office of the county election commission and a voter registration form at the time of the execution of the lease or sale. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 27, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB1005 – B. Gilmore – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.

Wed 3/6/19 11:00am – House Hearing Rm III, House Finance, Ways & Means Subcommittee

MEMBERS: CHAIR A. Holt (R); J. Deberry Jr. (D); P. Hazlewood (R); G. Hicks (R); M. Hill (R); S. Lynn (R); B. Ogles (R); C. Sexton (R); J. Shaw (D)

11. HB33 Boyd C. JUDICIARY: Service of process. Adds a private process server to the list of individuals authorized to personally serve a copy of a warrant or summons on behalf of a landlord in an action for forcible entry and detainer to regain possession of such landlord’s real property. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 15, 2019) Decrease Local Revenue Exceeds $4,000
SB401 – J. Stevens – 02/06/19 – Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee.
12. HB295 Carr D. PROFESSIONS & LICENSURE: Certification for electrical inspects contracted by local or state government. Requires electrical inspectors employed by a local or state government to be certified by the state fire marshal and for this certification to be completed every three years. Declares that certain electrical inspectors contracted under the commissioner of commerce and insurance to be certified on and after January 1, 2020. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 17, 2019) Increase State Revenue $2,800/FY22-23 and Every Three Years Thereafter/State Fire Marshal $100/FY23-24 and Every Three Years Thereafter/State Fire Marshal $100/FY24-25 and Every Three Years Thereafter/State Fire Marshal
SB1190 – D. White – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.
13. HB143 Smith R. TAXES PROPERTY: Property tax assessments. Allows county clerks to keep oaths prescribed for assessors and deputies in electronic or digital format. Allows assessors to provide informal reviews of assessments under certain circumstances, raises cost of taxpayer appeal fees to under $10, except for certain appellants, and allows the appeals commission to delegate decision-making authority to a single member when an evidentiary record must remain open for under 30 days after the hearing. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 16, 2019) Decrease State Revenue Exceeds $4,800
SB351 – R. Briggs – 02/25/19 – Senate passed.
18. HB1053 Hall M. TAXES BUSINESS: Exemptions from professional privilege tax. Exempts individuals from the professional privilege tax if they are exempt from the business tax on gross receipts from providing services for which they are licensed.
SB1290 – M. Pody – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate Finance, Ways & Means Committee.

Wed 3/6/19 11:00am – House Hearing Rm I, House Property & Planning Subcommittee

MEMBERS: CHAIR D. Carr (R); J. Crawford (R); J. Faison (R); B. Freeman (D); E. Helton (R); G. Johnson (D); B. Ramsey (R)

1. HB1465 Windle J. TAXES PROPERTY: Veterans Property Tax Relief Act of 2019. Establishes the Veterans Property Tax Relief Act of 2019. Requires that market value cap for real property eligible for disabled veteran property tax relief be adjusted every two years to reflect percentage change in consumer price index.
SB1485 – P. Bailey – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.
2. HB404 Hurt C. TAXES PROPERTY: Assessing authority for telecommunications tower properties. Specifies that the comptroller of the treasury is the assessing authority for telecommunications tower properties that are owned by a public utility company. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 27, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB407 – J. Stevens – 02/06/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.
3. HB362 Cochran M. LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Recording of annexation resolutions and deannexation ordinances. Requires municipalities to record annexation resolutions and deannexation ordinances with the register of deeds in affected county or counties. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 12, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB359 – F. Haile – 02/25/19 – Senate passed.
6. HB582 Potts J. TAXES PROPERTY: Taxation of residential property based on tree density. Requires that tree density to be considered as a factor in determining residential property value and the respective taxation in Davidson and Shelby Counties.
SB766 – J. Yarbro – 02/07/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.

Wed 3/6/19 2:00pm – House Hearing Rm III, House Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee

HEADER: The committee will hear a presentation from the Tennessee Forestry Association by Candace Dinwiddie.   MEMBERS: CHAIR C. Halford (R); VICE CHAIR C. Todd (R); M. Stewart (D); J. Reedy (R); D. Moody (R); P. Marsh (R); K. Keisling (R); B. Hulsey (R); A. Holt (R); J. Clemmons (D); J. Chism (D)

2. HB809 Kumar S. TAXES PROPERTY: Expands definition of agricultural land for purposes of greenbelt property tax program. Expands definition of agricultural land for purposes of greenbelt property tax program to include two noncontiguous tracts of land within same county totaling at least 15 acres and split only by public or private road. Broadly captioned. Amendment Summary: House Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommittee amendment 1 (004587) allows for two non-contiguous tracks of land within the same county, totaling at least 15 acres, including woodlands and wasteland separated only by a road, body of water, or public or private easement, to form as one farming unit to qualify as agriculture land.  Fiscal Note: (Dated February 14, 2019) Other Fiscal Impact Due to multiple unknown variables, a precise mandatory recurring decrease in local government revenue beginning in FY20-21 cannot reasonably be determined.
SB886 – F. Niceley – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.

Wed 3/6/19 2:00pm – House Hearing Rm I, House Local Committee

MEMBERS: CHAIR J. Crawford (R); VICE CHAIR D. Wright (R); M. Carter (R); R. Travis (R); R. Tillis (R); T. Rudd (R); B. Ramsey (R); J. Moon (R); L. Lamar (D); G. Johnson (D); E. Helton (R); Y. Hakeem (D); B. Freeman (D); J. Faison (R); D. Carr (R); K. Calfee (R)

5. HB74 Jernigan D. PUBLIC FINANCE: Ability for appeal of transit-oriented redevelopment plans. Creates the ability for a property owner within the area covered by a transit-oriented redevelopment plan to appeal a decision of an authority regarding the project to a legislative appeal board. This appeal board must meet at least once each quarter. Voting on an amendment to the project must be done in 60 days. Reduces amount of expenses that can be set aside from incremental tax revenues from five to three percent. Amendment Summary: House Property & Planning Subcommittee amendment 1 (004622) removes language of the legislative appeal board meeting once per quarter, language of time requirements when the appeal board is voting on amendments, and language of specification of incremental tax revenues set aside for administrative expenses if there is a tax increment financing of $1,000,000 or more.  Fiscal Note: (Dated February 22, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB1101 – S. Dickerson – 02/11/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.
6. HB100 Leatherwood T. TAXES PROPERTY: Filing of year’s property maps with register of deeds. Changes date when assessors must file that year’s property maps with the register of deeds from October 1 to April 15. Fiscal Note: (Dated January 31, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB278 – R. Kurita – 02/21/19 – Senate passed.
7. HB229 Bricken R. TAXES PROPERTY: Commission retained by county registers for collecting and reporting recordation tax. Removes incrementally over a three-year period the requirement that 52 percent of the five percent commission retained by county registers for collecting and reporting recordation tax must be remitted to state treasurer and credited to state general fund. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 22, 2019) Decrease State Revenue $776,100/FY19-20 $2,988,000/FY20-21 $5,989,500/FY21-22 $7,786,400/FY22-23 and Subsequent Years Increase Local Revenue $776,100/FY19-20 $2,988,000/FY20-21 $5,989,500/FY21-22 $7,786,400/FY22-23 and Subsequent Years
SB249 – E. Jackson – 02/01/19 – Referred to Senate State & Local Government Committee.
8. HB403 Hall M. TAXES PROPERTY: Removes certain state provisions regarding property tax. Eliminates certify valuation to local officials, authority to place liens, and issue distress warrants for state property tax. Fiscal Note: (Dated February 4, 2019) NOT SIGNIFICANT
SB241 – E. Jackson – 02/21/19 – Senate passed.

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