North Dakota AFL-CIO 2019 Legislature Watch

Follow along for week-by-week updates on legislative activity that impacts unions and workers in North Dakota.

Here are a few of the hudreds of bills that we will be tracking this legislative session.

BillDescription
HB 1040Relating to the provision of an income tax credit for purchases of manufacturing machinery and equipment to automate manufacturing processes; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1063Relating to duration limits for opioid therapy, benzodiazepine, and muscle relaxants; and to provide for application.
HB 1171Relating to the development and implementation of a skilled workforce student grant program; to provide a continuing appropriation; to provide for a transfer; to provide an expiration date; and to declare an emergency.
HB 1193Relating to a living wage mandate prohibition for political subdivisions; and to provide for application.
HB 1217Relating to competition between the government and private industry and to require a report to the legislative management.
HB 1222Relating to the elimination of individual and corporate income tax and the imposition of a flat individual and corporate income tax at a rate of one percent; to repeal sections 40-57.1-04, 40-57.1-04.4, 40-63-04, 40-63-06, 40-63-07, 40-63-09, and 40-63-10 and chapters 52-02.1, 57-38, 57-38.1, 57-38.3, 57-38.4, 57-38.5, and 57-38.6 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the elimination of individual and corporate income tax; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1225A BILL for an Act to provide for a legislative management study of future energy innovation; and to provide an appropriation.
HB 1347Relating to probationary teacher contracts.
HB 1463A BILL for an Act to provide for collective bargaining for law enforcement officers and paid full-time firefighters.
HB 1509Relating to a paid family medical leave program; to provide an appropriation; and to provide for a transfer.
HB 1521Relating to reporting campaign contributions, restrictions on public officials and lobbyists, investigations of ethics violations, and implementing requirements of article XIV of the Constitution of North Dakota; to amend and reenact section 16.1-08.1-01, subsection 4 of section 16.1-08.1-02.1, sections 16.1-08.1-02.3, 16.1-08.1-02.4, 16.1-08.1-03.1, 16.1-08.1-04.1, 28-32-01, 28-32-02, 28-32-03, 28-32-06, 28-32-07, 28-32-08, 28-32-08.1, 28-32-08.2, 28-32-09, 28-32-10, 28-32-11, 28-32-12, 28-32-14, 28-32-15, 28-32-16, 28-32-17, 28-32-18, and 28-32-18.1, subsections 2 and 4 of section 28-32-19, and section 28-32-27 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to rulemaking procedures, disqualification of hearing officers, and requirements for the North Dakota ethics commission; to provide for a penalty; to provide an appropriation; to provide an effective date; to provide an expiration date; and to declare an emergency.
SB 2176A BILL for an Act to provide for a road train pilot program; to provide for a legislative management study of a road train pilot program; to provide an appropriation; to provide an expiration date; and to declare an emergency.
SB 2341Relating to the apprenticeship training program; and to amend and reenact sections 54-60-17 and 54-60-17.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to apprenticeships and uses of the internship fund.
SB 2357A BILL for an Act to provide for Bank of North Dakota loans for federal workers affected by the federal shutdown; and to declare an emergency.
HCR 3007Relating to an alternative process for enacting initiated measures.
HCR 3010Relating to initiated measures for constitutional amendments.
HCR 3028Relating to transparency of funding sources, lobbyists, conflicts of interest, and the establishment of an ethics commission.
SCR 4001Relating to the process for approving constitutional amendments.
SCR 4004A concurrent resolution directing the Legislative Management to consider studying the impact of violent, disruptive, and inappropriate behavior within the educational environment perpetrated by students against other students, teachers, and other school personnel, and the need to implement a uniform reporting system.