by Asha Devineni

This legislative session is starting to near its end. This week consisted of a lot of floor action. From what has been heard, the House, Senate and the Governor’s office are not conflicting significantly.

The following bills are of note:

HB2090: pre-arrest diversion; precomplaint education program. The standards used by the Joint Legislative Income Tax Review Committee to evaluate tax credits may include whether adequate protections are in place to ensure that the fiscal impact of the credit in future years does not increase substantially beyond the current projections. This bill passed out of the Senate 23-5 and is ready for House action on Senate amendments.

HB2126: government property; abatement; slum; blight. This bill passed out of the Senate 28-0 and is ready for House action on Senate amendments.

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