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Summary:
This bill requires a court to order recognizance for any defendant charged with an offense other than violent crime or the commission or attempted commission of a Class A felony unless the court determines...
Subject:
Courts
Year:
2014
Source:
New York Legislature
Summary:
This bill allows a parent to petition for sole custody of a child who was conceived as a result of sexual assault. The court can award sole custody to a parent if clear and convincing evidence exists...
Subject:
Marriage and Families
Year:
2014
Source:
Vermont Legislature
Summary:
This bill allows individuals who are not U.S. citizens to obtain REAL ID noncompliant driver’s licenses or identification cards in Wisconsin. Under this bill, an applicant for a driver’s license or...
Subject:
Immigrants and Immigration
Year:
2014
Source:
Wisconsin Legislature
Summary:
This bill allows individuals without legal immigration status to receive in-state tuition when the individual graduated from a Wisconsin High school or received a declaration of equivalency of high school...
Subject:
Immigrants and Immigration
Year:
2014
Source:
Wisconsin Legislature
Summary:
This bill requires contracts performing services for the state valued over $100,000 to pay employees the hourly living wage, as calculated by the Department of Workforce Development (DWD). This bill directs...
Subject:
Government Contracts and Procurement
Year:
2014
Source:
Wisconsin Legislature
Summary:
This bill allows two individuals of the same sex to file both a state and federal joint tax return if they are otherwise eligible.
Subject:
Marriage and Families
Year:
2014
Source:
Wisconsin Legislature
Summary:
This bill limits acceptable provisions in deferred presentment transactions or payday loans and prevents transactions from being offered to certain individuals. A deferred presentment transaction cannot be...
Subject:
Banking
Year:
2014
Source:
Alabama Legislature
Summary:
This bill provides that an employee who works in California for 7 or more days in a calendar year is entitled to paid sick days to be accrued at a rate of no less than one hour for every 30 hours worked. An...
Subject:
Wages and Compensation
Year:
2014
Source:
California Legislature
Summary:
This bill creates restrictions on provisions in service contracts entered into by a state agency and prohibits state agencies from entering into contracts with certain provisions. A state agency cannot enter...
Subject:
Government Contracts and Procurement
Year:
2014
Source:
California Legislature
Summary:
This bill creates requirements for any service contract that a state government authority enters into in California. The contract must contain performance and cost parameters and the contractor must submit...
Subject:
Government Contracts and Procurement
Year:
2014
Source:
California Legislature