Dormant Bills for the 2014 Legislative Session


Senate
Senate Bill 1191 by Sen. Coates. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
Senate Bill 1192 by Sen. Coates. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
Senate Bill 1605 by Sen. Wyrick. Allowing for people to recover animals from the property of another if, prior to entry, they notify the county sheriff who shall record the name, driver license number and location given by the person. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Bill goes dormant in the Senate Agriculture and Rural Development Committee.
Senate Bill 1771 by Sen. Barrington. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
Senate Bill 1772 by Sen. Barrington. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
Senate Bill 1292 by Sen. Simpson. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014
Senate Bill 1798 by Sen. Marlatt. Shell bill (OK Environmental Quality Act). Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
Senate Bill 1644 by Sen. Schulz and Rep. Armes. Directs the Wildlife Department to keep information related to species or habitat conservation plans confidential and not subject to disclosure under the Oklahoma Open Records Act. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Title struck and passed by the Senate Agriculture and Rural Development Committee: Bill goes dormant awaiting action by the full Senate.
Senate Bill 2019 by Sen. Shortey and Rep. Bennett. Providing that annual licenses are valid for one year from date issuance rather than expiring on Dec. 31. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Title struck and passed by the Senate Tourism and Wildlife Committee. Bill language replaced with a non-wildlife topic while awaiting action by the full Senate.

House
House Bill 2519 by Rep. Vaughan. Removing quail from the list of species that can be hunted on a five-day nonresident hunting license. Bill would be effective immediately upon passage. Bill goes dormant in the House Agriculture and Wildlife Committee.
House Bill 2521 by Rep. Vaughan. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Bill goes dormant in the House Agriculture and Wildlife Committee.
House Bill 2552 by Rep. Dustin Roberts. Allowing persons who are temporarily or permanently disabled to obtain a nonabulatory permit to hunt from a motor vehicle. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Bill goes dormant in the House Agriculture and Wildlife Committee.
House Bill 2737 by Rep. Curtis McDaniel. Adding the Lower Mountain Fork River, the Lower Little River and the Glover River as scenic rivers. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Bill goes dormant in the House Tourism and International Relations Committee.
House Bill 2978 by Rep. Schwartz. Requiring whitetail deer to have at least six points on one side of the rack to be legal game. Setting the limit of antlered whitetail deer during open deer gun season at two. Specifying that antler-point restrictions do not apply to hunters under 16 years of age. Bill has an effective date of Nov. 1, 2014. Bill goes dormant in the House Agriculture and Wildlife Committee.
House Bill 2982 by Rep. Biggs. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
House Bill 2847 by Rep. McCall. Shell bill. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014.
House Bill 2857 by Rep. Sherrer. Allowing feral hogs to be hunted at night without a permit with permission from the landowner. Providing night time hog hunting to use lights carried on one’s person and not designed to be attached to motor vehicles. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Bill goes dormant in the House Agriculture and Wildlife Committee.
House Bill 3136 by Rep. Jackson. Bill relating to ODWC purchasing procedures. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Bill goes dormant in the House Government and Modernization Committee.
House Bill 1500 by Rep. Smalley and Sen. Brooks. Allows all resident veterans who have been honorably discharged to buy a lifetime combination hunting and fishing license for $200. Passed by the House Veterans and Military Affairs Committee. Bill goes dormant awaiting action by the full House. (carry over from 2013 session).
House Bill 2841 by Rep. McCall and Sen. Simpson. Establishing a three-day conservation passport for $15. Bill would be effective Nov. 1, 2014. Passed by the House Agriculture and Wildlife Committee. Passed by the house; bill goes dormant in the Senate Tourism and Wildlife Committee.
House Bill 3394 by Reps. Biggs and Turner and Sens. Brooks and Allen. Prohibits any CLEET-certified law enforcement officer to request, receive or accept cash payment in the field for any fine, cost, assessment or a fee related to a state law violation. Passed the House. Title struck and passed by the Senate Public Safety Committee. Bill now goes to the full Senate for action.

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